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Making Marijuana-Infused Banana “Ice Cream” is Easy


You know what sounds good? Leaving work early to make Frozen Banana Ice Cream with Cannabis-Infused Coconut Oil!

High! Keira Fae here with a solution to the summer heat that’s healthy, delicious, refreshing, and super easy to make. So grab your keys, tell your cubicle neighbor that you forgot something important in your car, and get yourself home asap.

It’s Bananas! B-A-N-A-N-A-S!

Seriously, this recipe is Bananas! B-A-N-A-N-A-S!

Literally, this recipe is mostly bananas. You’ll see as we prep:


  • 6-7 bananas
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 2 tsp cannabis-infused coconut oil 
  • Optional: Toppings (chocolate chips, caramel, fruit, etc)


  • Measuring cup
  • Measuring spoons
  • Medium size bowl
  • Standard mixer
  • Cutting board


  • Makes two servings of 100mg each (200mg total).

Step 1: Freezing Bananas

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Before starting, we need to freeze our bananas. Place your bundle of bananas in the freezer for one to two hours. Once the bananas are nice and frosty, take them out of the freezer and set aside.

Step 2: Whip it

In a medium size bowl, combine heavy whipping cream and vanilla and mix until you reach the consistency of whipping cream. Set aside.

Now, back to our frozen bananas.

Step 3: Go Bananas!


Peel then cut the frozen bananas into small, bite-size pieces.


Mix the bite-size bananas until they make a sorbet-like texture.


Slowly add the coconut oil and whipping cream mixture into the banana sorbet. Mix on low.


Once your banana cream is thoroughly mixed, place the bowl back in the freezer for 10 minutes.



Finally, the banana ice cream is ready to be scooped! Scoop into bowls and top with the treats of your choice.


You can’t ever go wrong with toppings, so have fun with it!




About Author

Keira is a Canna-Chef and co-owner of Ambrosia Edibles and Ambrosia Topicals. During her stay in Japan, she started an all-natural DIY cosmetics blog that gained popularity domestically and internationally. She left for Oregon in 2014 to start a career as a professional baker. Within less than a year, her products could be seen in multiple stores across Southern California. Today, she spends her time creating new products for Ambrosia and putting together fun and easy recipes for

1 Comment

  1. Lawrence Goodwin on

    Thanks for sharing your time and knowledge, Keira Fae! It pleases my heart every time to see you doing so. (p.s. Will someone at marijuana dot com PLEASE fix the glaring error in the “About Author” section? The amazing and beautiful Keira Fae is a courageous cannabis CHEF, not a “chief.” Thank you.)

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