|200 g||unsalted cashew nuts — soaked in water|
|4||bananas — sliced|
|2 tbsp||coconut oil|
|2 tbsp||muscovado sugar|
|4 tbsp||coconut oil|
|400 ml||coconut cream|
|1/2 tsp||ground cinnamon|
|1/2 tsp||vanilla extract|
|50 g||walnuts — chopped|
|50 g||dried banana chips|
Preheat the oven to 200ºC.
Make the cashew milk by placing the cashews in a bowl, add cold water and cover the nuts by a couple of centimetres, soak them overnight.
Drain the cashews and place in a blender with the 450ml water and blend until smooth, check the consistency and if necessary strain the cashew milk through a strainer.
Place the bananas, 2 tbsp coconut oil, brown/muscovado sugar and pinch of salt in a bowl and toss to coat, spread the bananas on a baking sheet and bake until caramelized for about 15 to 25 minutes and set aside to cool slightly.
Place the sugar and 4 tbsp water into a small saucepan and over medium heat stir until the sugar has dissolved, add the 4 tbsp coconut oil and teaspoon of salt and stir until combined.
Pour the sugar mixture into in a blender, add the coconut cream, 1 cup cashew milk, bananas (and all caramelised bits in the baking sheet), cinnamon and vanilla and blend until smooth.
Cover and refrigerate the ice cream base until chilled for about 3 hours.
Churn in an ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions, at the end of churning, add toasted walnuts (if used) and churn until incorporated.
Transfer the ice cream to a suitable container and freeze.
Eat within 7 days with some dried banana chips if desired.
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