During Shavuot, it is customary to eat dairy-rich foods, like ice cream, so get celebrating with this sweet summer treat. If you’ve celebrated before, you’ve likely had your fair share of cheese-filled blintzes, savory bourekas or cheesecake. Mix it up with something different this year. Of course, you don’t need to wait for a holiday to make this ice cream cake, but if you want an excuse, Shabbat comes every week.
This simple, no-churn ice cream cake is an easy way to impress your guests of all ages. With five bananas and a splash of vanilla extract, it’s full of flavor. Gluten-free? Substitute gluten-free graham crackers in the crust. Dairy free? Skip the ice-cream recipe and use your favorite dairy free ice cream instead!