In the kitchen, I mean.
I love it. And I have found so many things to do with it! You can blend nuts, dates, Oreos, coconut flakes, and more!
The other thing to use your food processor for is old bananas. Forget banana bread! And the fact that it is less than 40 degrees outside. Or that we just had a blizzard. You can eat ice cream any time of the year. Right now you might have to use your imagination, maybe work up a sweat dancing around the kitchen while the bananas are blending. Its okay to leap for joy because this is the easiest and fastest way to get ice cream. Now, warning, this has been called ice cream, but to be honest, it doesn't taste exactly like ice cream. That said, it is still super creamy and sweet and with some add ins, equally as decadent as ice cream.
I froze 2 1/2 bananas (but I ate about half of one, so this is two bananas.) Toss it in and turn it on! It will look crumbly, but keep going. Once it is gets to the 4th step, add a little milk to get the smooth result. (Technically, you could use only bananas, thus the "one ingredient" title, but it is way better with the milk. You only need a couple teaspoons.) Keep blending and soon it will turn into this! Refreshing "ice cream" without having to go to the store.
One Ingredient Ice Cream
Slice the banana(s).
Freeze for at least an hour.
Blend . . .
This is almost all of what the recipe yields. I have been doing this for about a year and was going to save this for summer, but one of my friends told me she didn't know this trick and I couldn't deprive her now, could I?
Dig in and enjoy! In our case, maybe you should go find a heater or fireplace!