Banana, Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt

Banana and strawberry frozen yoghurtBanana, Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt

Quick and simple dessert or snack. This one is great for the kids. No worrying about time. This treat is ready in less than 5 minutes.

Whenever the strawberries are in danger of spoiling or the bananas in the fruit bowl have seen better days, I quickly transfer them to the freezer for calling upon for a recipe such as this. With the fruit already frozen, all I need to do is add a little yoghurt to the mix, blend and serve.

I think there is enough sweetness to tempt young taste buds from the fruit alone but you can always add a little honey to taste.


2 Frozen Bananas

1 Cup Chopped Frozen Strawberries

½ cup Greek yoghurt


Peel and chop your frozen bananas (if you didn’t do this before you froze them)

Add them to the blender along with the frozen strawberries.

Add the greek yoghurt.

Process until you have the consistency of frozen yoghurt.

Serve immediately. Topped with fresh strawberries, nuts or granola.

Banana, Date Cookies


Banana date cookiesBanana, Date Cookies

If you are looking for a satisfying snack which happens to be dairy, egg and gluten free, this is the cookie for you.


1 banana

1 cup dates

1 cup sunflower seeds

1/3 cup tahini

5 tbs dried cranberries

4 tbs coconut flour

1/2 cup water



Preheat the oven to 180C

Line a baking sheet with baking paper.

Process the sunflower seeds to chop them into smaller pieces but not completely to powder.

Pour into a mixing bowl and add coconut flour and mix though.

Combine the banana, dates, tahini and water in the food processer and blend.

Mix the wet ingredients with the dry in the mixing bowl.

Fold through the cranberries.

Take spoonfuls of the mix and roll into a ball and place on the baking sheet.

Flatten slightly as they will not spread out in the cooking process.

Transfer to the oven for for 12-15min.

Allow to cool and then enjoy.

They can be stored in a container for a few days.