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Strawberry Banana Dessert

What you need: 

2 bananas, frozen
8-10 whole frozen strawberries

What you do: 

1. If you freeze your bananas whole, peel and slice into 1" chunks. In food processor bowl, place strawberries and banana slices.
2. Pulse a few times to break the fruit down and then turn on and let run for about a minute. It takes about 30 seconds to get smooth and a few more to get creamy. Stop and scrap down the sides if needed.
The trick is to let it run until it is smooth and to use hard frozen fruits. This makes a quick, whole fruit dessert with no added sugar or milks.'

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SO HOW'D IT GO?

Being the first day of summer in Sunny San Diego and 95 degrees -- this is looking really, really good.  :P I wouldn't have thought of making a sorbet like this in the food processor. Thought I'd need an ice cream maker.

I'll have to try it and see how it comes out! Can't believe I forgot to get frozen fruit at the store today!

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This is really good but I did have to defrost the fruit a little bit.  Recently I've been making it with blueberries, nice and refreshing and a good use for frozen fruit from last summer

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This is very yummy!! I have been making this for years with various kinds of frozen fruit and usually frozen bananas. What I do is run everything though my handy-dandy Champion juicer with the blocker plate underneath instead of the screen. If you use mixed fruits, just alternate and you'll come out with some awesome, swirly, creamy heaven-in-a-bowl!!

Great idea using Vodka to keep it creamy in the freezer (not that it ever makes it that far!). I will have to try that out, I suspect that any booze will work.

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Yum very good  ;)b

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mmmmm, this is delicious!  I think I love frozen fruit now!  ;D

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Yummy!!!  I got home tonight and needed something tasty. I didn't know what I wanted until I saw the pic in the sidebar. Thanks BP!!  I'm glad I always have frozen fruit in the freezer. simple, quick, and health. Perfect for a latenight snack.

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i'm trying to figure out why this has such a low rating... my feelings are hurt because the reviews are good!!

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Best...screen name...ever.

haha thaaaaaankyouuuuuuuuu :D

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Best...screen name...ever.

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i first attempted to make this recipe using a blender & the motor exploded! so be warned! i then tried again using a food processor & the results were exquisite! so refreshing & tasty, would be a great summer dessert (it's winter here currently). i scattered mine with a few choc chips too. i am now brainstorming other potential frozen fruit combinations.  :)

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