When it comes to buying ice cream with a kid who has food allergies, it's hard. Eggs and tree nuts are amongst almost every ice cream brand you come across. We have found one brand that is allergy friendly and we do purchase it, however it's just plain jane vanilla. Nothing wrong with plain vanilla, but let's face it, kids want something different from time to time. I ran across an ice cream recipe once that was so easy to make, you start with a few basic ingredients and then add to it to make the flavor profile your looking for.
What do you need?
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1 can sweetened condensed milk
2 teaspoon vanilla flavor
2 ripe bananas, one sliced and the other quartered
1 cup chopped vanilla wafers (Back to Nature brand is very allergy friendly)
What do you do?
1. Beat the heavy whipping cream until it’s stiff.
2. Fold in the sweetened condensed milk.
3. Put into your ice cream maker.
4. Right before it’s finished, throw in the quartered bananas.
5. When it’s finished, put into your freezer safe container.
6. Sprinkle the bananas over the top and then stir in.
7. Sprinkle all but about ¼ cup of the vanilla wafers on top and stir in.
8. Sprinkle with the remaining vanilla wafer crumbs.
9. Cover and freeze for at least 2 hours.
this recipe was adapted from south your mouth