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You need to do this. NOW.

Purchase bananas

Allow to ripen & spot

Slice into chunks and freeze

Throw frozen banana chunks into blender & whip

Add a little bit of unsweetened cocoa or melted unsweetened baker’s chocolate, walnuts to your liking, and unsweetened coconut shreds.

And you have just created the closest thing to ice cream that a person with multiple food restrictions can consume, not to mention a MOST tasty and relatively healthy dessert (or meal… whatevs)!

Also, made my first meal in this cheap little toaster oven. 10 minute broiled tilapia fillets (with lemon juice, paprika & black pepper), why nom!

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