Spiked Bananas Foster Nice Cream

“Nice cream,” the ice cream alternative that swaps in bananas for the usual cream or custard, was originally invented as a healthy-ish substitute to the frozen dessert, but it’s grown into a tasty treat in its own right—one that happens to be super simple to make. This version was inspired by the classic rum-soaked New Orleans dessert, Bananas Foster. It’s everything you love about the flaming showstopper transformed into one epic dessert.

Spiked Bananas Foster Nice Cream



  • 8 oz dark rum
  • 2 oz banana liqueur
  • 4 bananas
  • 1 Cup Sugar
  • .25 Cup Butter
  • .5 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 handful chopped nuts
  • 2-4 oz milk (optional)


Step one

Cut bananas lengthwise, then cut each slice in half.

Step two

Combine butter, sugar and cinnamon in a skillet. Cook over low heat, stirring until the sugar dissolves.

Step three

Stir in banana liqueur, then place banana slices in the pan and cook until they start to brown.

Step four

Add 2 ounces of dark rum and carefully tip pan to ignite.

Step five

Wait until flames subside, then remove bananas from pan.

Step six

Set two banana slices aside, then add remaining bananas to a blender and blend.

Step seven

Add up to 6 ounces dark rum and blend again. Make sure the consistency doesn’t get too loose. Add 2-4 ounces of milk if using. Blend again.

Step eight

Pour the mix into freezer-safe tub and fold in a handful of nuts.

Step nine

Chill for at least an hour, or until set.

Step ten

Scoop into a bowl, garnish with reserved bananas and more nuts.

Contributed by Supercall