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Simply Inspired Banana Ice Cream

By Stephanie E - Jenny Craig

Cool down with a sweet and creamy frozen treat: banana ice cream! We'll show you how to make chocolate banana ice cream, strawberry banana ice cream and a refreshing green tea banana ice cream. These recipes are dairy-free and have no added sugar, making them the perfect dessert or snack for a hot summer day. 

If you're following the Jenny Craig Program, we've noted the fruit amounts for each recipe to help you stay on track! Each banana ice cream recipe makes enough to serve two, so split it with a friend or store half in the freezer for later.


Chocolate Banana Ice Cream


  • 1 ripe large banana, sliced, frozen – 2 fruit
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder 

Makes 2 servings: 2 fruit

Per serving: 1 fruit

Strawberry Banana Ice Cream


  • ½ ripe large banana, sliced, frozen – 1 fruit
  • ½ cup strawberries – ½ fruit


Makes 2 servings: 1 ½ fruit

Per serving: ¾ fruit

Green Tea Banana Ice Cream


  • 1 ripe large banana, sliced, frozen – 2 fruit
  • 1 ½ teaspoons green tea powder  


Makes 2 servings: 2 fruit

Per serving: 1 fruit


  1. Add frozen bananas to food processor with flavoring of choice (strawberry, green tea, or chocolate) and blend. 
  2. Occasionally turn off blender and scrape down the sides. Continue to blend until smooth, approx. 3-5 minutes. 
  3. Scoop into bowl and enjoy immediately as soft serve! For firmer ice cream, place in airtight freezer-safe container and freeze for at least 1 hour. 

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