Jamie Oliver's children reveal how to make easy Fro-Yo

Following in their father’s footsteps! Jamie Oliver’s children Buddy, 9, and Petal, 11, reveal how to make homemade Fro-Yo ice cream in one minute using just three ingredients

  • Jamie Oliver has proved his culinary talent certainly runs in the family
  • Shared video of children demonstrating how to make a family-friendly ice cream
  • Buddy, 9, Petal, 11, revealed how to make fro-yo with 3 ingredients in 1 minute
  •  Blended frozen chunks of 2 bananas with 3 tablespoons of yoghurt and lime

Jamie Oliver has proved his culinary talent certainly runs in the family, sharing a video of his children demonstrating how to make a family-friendly ice cream recipe.

The British chef, 44, from London, shares Poppy Honey Rosie, 18, Daisy Boo Pamela, age 17, Petal Blossom Rainbow, age 11, Buddy Bear Maurice, 9, and River Rocket, 3, with wife Jools.

And in his latest video to Instagram, Jamie enlisted the help of Buddy and Petal to reveal his one-minute frozen yoghurt recipe, using just two ingredients in one minute.

Jamie Oliver has proved his culinary talent certainly runs in the family, sharing a video of his children demonstrating how to make a family-friendly ice cream recipe

In his latest video to Instagram, Jamie enlisted the help of Buddy and Petal to reveal his one-minute frozen yoghurt recipe, using just two ingredients in one minute.

Sharing the video, which racked up over 1.6 million views and was praised by hundreds including Fearne Cotton and Matt Baker, Jamie wrote: ‘Buddy and Petal have a new recipe for you all!

‘Banana FRO-YO! So many of you have been asking for more recipes from Buddy so give this one a go with the kids and dont forget to share your pictures and videos using& tag me in! 

‘Get cracking with it this morning so you can enjoy this delicious delight this afternoon in the sunshine. All you need is bananas, lime and yoghurt! Then serve up as you like!’.

The video sees Buddy taking centre stage with Petal as his helper, as they begin by carefully slicing up bananas, and advising to have a parent present

The recipe includes two ripe bananas, three tablespoons of natural yoghurt and a lime. ‘Today, we’re going to show you how to make delicious homemade ice cream in one minute’, the children sweetly chime

After cutting up the peeled bananas, Buddy then slices a ripe lime in half, explaining that children should be supervised and used the ‘bridge method’ – holding the outside edges with the forefinger and thumb while cutting down the centre

The video sees Buddy taking centre stage with Petal as his helper, as they begin by carefully slicing up bananas, and advising to have a parent present.

The recipe includes two ripe bananas, three tablespoons of natural yoghurt and a lime. 

‘Today, we’re going to show you how to make delicious homemade ice cream in one minute’, the children sweetly chime. 

After cutting up the peeled bananas, Buddy then slices a ripe lime in half, explaining that children should be supervised and used the ‘bridge method’ – holding the outside edges with the forefinger and thumb while cutting down the centre.

The children then cover the banana chunks in lime juice, and put them in a ziplock bag to freeze for half a day

The children then add three large tablespoons of yoghurt, before turning on the blender again

They then fill a cone (specifiying that it can also be a bowl) with spoonfulls of the mixture, with Petal adding: ‘Remember to do this quickly before it melts’

The children then cover the banana chunks in lime juice, and put them in a ziplock bag to freeze for half a day.

Jamie Oliver’s fro-yo recipe 

Ingredients

  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 1 lime
  • 3 large tablespoons of yoghurt

Method

  • Slice and freeze the bananas
  • Blend the frozen bananas
  • Add yoghurt and blend again
  • Add mixture to cone with chocoalte 

‘These are the frozen bananas’, Buddy continues, ‘and we’re now going to pop the in the food processor until they are smooth’.

The children then add three large tablespoons of yoghurt, before turning on the blender again.   

They then fill a cone (specifiying that it can also be a bowl) with spoonfulls of the mixture, with Petal adding: ‘Remember to do this quickly before it melts’.

Finally, the children add the finishing touch  – grating chocolate carefully over the cone before enjoying the fruits of their labour along with little River. 

Along with his lockdown cooking slot, Jamie has actively been sharing easy recipes for families to try duing isolation.

Jamie shares Poppy Honey Rosie, 18, Daisy Boo Pamela, age 17, Petal Blossom Rainbow, age 11, Buddy Bear Maurice, 9, and River Rocket, 3, with wife Jools.

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