I think one of my favorite ice cream toppings of all time is good ole mollasses. I love that stuff. As in, I could eat strait out of the spoon!
Now I know some people are not as fond of molasses as I am, and that's ok -- leaves more for me!
The other night, I was craving a big bowl of vanilla bean ice cream with molasses drizzled all over it. Alas, we really don't eat ice cream anymore, let alone have it in the fridge. And I didn't think it would taste good over Raspberry Sorbet, so I thought this little creation up. So if you're like me and enjoy the dark, rich goodness, then you'll really like this "recipe". It's not overpoweringly molasses-y, but the flavor is one step above a "hint". You, of course, could adjust to your own liking.
Don't like the idea of molasses but think you may like PB and chocolate instead, check this recipe out!
Molasses Banana Soft Serve
- 3 large frozen bananas (I found that leaving them on the counter for 10-15 minutes worked really well and was easier for my food processor's motor)
- 2 t sugar
- 1 T molasses
-- At the very end, once the bananas have been "whipped" and are nice and fluffy, pour in the sugar and molasses and let the "ice cream" turn a beautiful caramel color. Now you're done and ready to serve!