Everything I've ever wanted to do.
1) Pick a couple of ripe bananas. They should be sweet and soft but not too mushy.
2) Peel the bananas and cut them into coins
3) Freeze the banana pieces for at least an hour or two.
4) Put the pieces into a food processor or blender.
5) Blend on high. Initially they will look crumbly and piecemeal. The mixture will probably get stuck a lot. Keep scraping down the bowl. Suddenly, as you keep blending, you will see a change.
6) The bananas turn creamy!
7) (Optional) Now is the time to add a scoop of peanut butter, honey, or anything else you care to mix in.
8) The ice cream will be the texture of soft-serve, but if you freeze again in an airtight container, it will get harder and more like regular ice cream.
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I immediately jumped on this DIY because this is exactly what I have done at home! I used to have a ‘proper’ tv unit. I couldn’t afford anything very expensive and ended up with a very dodgy unit that rocked if you touched it. For something I was putting one of the most expensive things I owned on to be so shoddy…not very smart. I had an old dresser that I didn’t know what to do with so with a clever Dad and some tools we were able to convert it to a unit. And when you think about it, it makes sense. Big drawers for DVDs, CDs and - if you still use them - videos! With a hole drilled in the back of the unit big enough for your cord to poke through you can fit in your units. And the biggest plus - the old units were built super sturdy so you know it’s not going to rock over and take your tv and everything else with it!