Banana & Custard Ice Cream Lollies with Cinnamon

Those are quite rich, creamy ice cream lollies made with bananas, custard and some freshly ground cinnamon for extra deliciousness. Enjoy…

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  • 400 g tin of ready custard
  • 3 ripe bananas
  • golden caster sugar (to taste, depending on the ripeness of bananas) – optional 
  • ½ tsp ground cinnamon

how to make ice lollies from bananas



  1. Combine all the ingredients and blend until smooth.
  2. Share to the moulds, put the sticks in and freeze.

Makes 8 ice lollies.


If you are looking for more ice lolly ideas, check out Grace’s Frozen Pineapple Ice Pops, Kavey’s Eton Mess Ice Lollies, Elizabeth’s Fruity Lemonade Ice Lollies, Kavey’s Genius Pickleback Ice Lollies or our Bramble Sorbet Icicles.

For some more frozen dessert ideas take a look at this Whisky and Vanilla Ice Cream from Pebble Soup, Banana & Date Ice Cream Cake or Extremely Easy Two Ingredient Mango & Chocolate Sorbet I made while ago.

More Summer recipes.

I’m submitting this recipe to Kavey’s Bloggers Scream For Ice Cream – this month theme is Crowd-Pleasing Coolers.

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Your thoughts…

  1. This is so TOTALLY a recipe after my own heart!!! 👍👍👍

  2. Glad to hear that Kavey! :)

  3. Love the sound of these, adding the cinnamon is a great idea. I’ve not made any ice cream or lollies yet this summer – will give these a go!

  4. Love the sound of these – the cinnamon addition is a great idea. I’ve not made any ice lollies yet this summer – may have to now!!

  5. These sound delicious and what a great way of eating ice-cream in the summer. I must get myself some lolly moulds.

  6. These look delicious. What a great way to eat ice cream in the summer. I need to get myself some lolly moulds.

  7. These look so tasty – I’m tempted to make some for my little ones – or maybe just for me – I think it would be good both for baby-led weaning and not too bad on the propoints either.

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