This isn’t one of those typical recipe posts with carefully listed down ingredients and precise quantities mentioned against them. This is just a regular post with an ‘altered’ ice cream recipe for your toddler or pre-schooler!
Toddlers or pre-schoolers, because older kids will easily be able to find the catch and bug you to buy them ice creams from shops! Younger kids, like mine, won’t!
My son, who is 2.5 years old now, doesn’t know much about the ‘variety’ of ice creams now. So this is what I actually give to him ‘everyday’ without any worries – in the name of ice cream:
Step 1: Take a ripe banana.
Step 2. Peel and cut it into large pieces.
Step 3. Add a cup of cold or room temperature milk to the banana. Add two teaspoons of sugar.
Step 4: Blend these in a blender till the mixture attains a smooth consistency.
Step 5: Pour the mixture into an ice cream mold and freeeeeeeeze it!
Step 6: Open the freezer door, pop out an ice cream from the mold and see your pre-schooler enjoy it!
Step 7: Sit back and relax as your child willingly finishes up his fruits and milk quota for the day!
Isn’t it simple, quick and instant? You can call it frozen milkshake, a banana popsicle or anything you like. But for your small one, call it only:
I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream!