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Bailey’s Banana Pops: the Easiest DIY Ice Cream Recipe

Bailey's and Banana Ice Cream Recipe - Using Zoku Ice Cream Maker

You won’t see me auditioning for Master Chef anytime soon (I’d barely get through the kids version). That said, I do like a dabble in the kitchen. After last weeks failed attempt to make ice creams at home, the gang from Zoku hooked me up with their ice cream maker. The result? I finally produced my Bailey’s and Banana Paddle Pops! Here’s the very easy ice cream recipe.

The beauty of this entire scenario is that you only need three ingredients:

  • Two shots of Bailey’s (less if you want to stay nice, more if you’re looking to get rowdy)
  • Half a banana (again, more if this fruit is your thing, but it’s pretty overpowering)
  • Two scoops of Ice Cream (you can use milk instead – about a cup)

Bailey's and Banana Ice Cream Recipe - Using Zoku Once the mixture is blended into a liquid, using the Zoku is probably so simple I could get my cats to do it for me (I reckon they’d be all for it, too). See below for the easy how-to:

Zoku Ice Cream Maker - Bailey's and Banana Ice Cream Recipe

1 | Grab the Zoku from the freezer (it needs a full 24 hours to freeze completely)
2 | Pop the plastic sticks provided into the ice cream slots/moulds
3 | Pour the mixture up to the fill line indicator (I won’t judge you if you drink the leftovers)
4 | Leave it for between seven and nine minutes, then twist the ice cream out

Chris from The Life Creative - Zoku Ice Cream Recipe

The beauty of this maker is that you can tweak the recipe and make just about any flavour combination you like. I would adore some sort of watermelon/peach/vokda ice block scenario. I think that’ll be next on my list.

You can buy Zoku at Peter’s of Kensington, Victoria’s Basement and other local stores, or hit the website and find out more!

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Outside of writing the TLC Interiors blog, Chris is an interior stylist and author. You can also catch him on your TV screens as a designer on Channel 10's Changing Rooms. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

Comments (4)

  • Gav

    Yum! What a great little invention.

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    • tlcreative

      It makes the process so easy. Good to use just before a dinner party I reckon!

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  • I want to get rowdy! Three shots of Baileys for me!

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    • tlcreative

      haha go for it 🙂 I devoured two of them after making the batch and I will openly admit that it was a relaxing afternoon after that!

      reply

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