Homemade Peanut Butter Cup & Banana Ice Cream #showusyourmess #PMedia #ad

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Living in the south, it's a staple to stay cool all summer long. And for me, I hate the heat. Mostly because I start sweating before I even open the front door. So before the hot winds start blowing, I start thinking of ways to stay cool. And one of them is making ice cream.

Mary loves ice cream, like any other kid, so inventing new ones with her favorite items just makes it a little better. And two of her favorite things are bananas and peanut butter cups. So why not add them together for a delicious sweet treat?

Of course before making ice cream, I needed reinforcements. And by that I mean Wet-Nap. I always buy these in the napkin aisle of Walmart but my particular store is renovating so they had them in the beauty aisle too. A lot of the reasons I love Wet-Nap is that is has aloe in it which is great for your skin, plus they're strong and soft too. So you know they'll hold up to cleaning messes.

Plus right now there's a coupon to save $0.55 off any Wet-Nap product, while supplies last. And since Walmart has everyday low prices, the Wet-Nap only came to $1.42! You can't beat that to stay clean!

So really in our house, we can't have homemade ice cream without Wet-Nap because we make a mess! I actually keep them in the kitchen just in case someone needs to be wiped off and they're in the car too for car trips.

Here's our recipe for Homemade Peanut Butter Cup & Banana Ice Cream. But before you make it, make sure to have Wet-Nap ready for the mess!

2 cups heavy whipping cream
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1 cup milk
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 large eggs
2 bananas, chopped
1 cup peanut butter cups, chopped

In a mixing bowl, whisk together the cream, sugar, milk and vanilla until smooth. Whisk eggs in a smaller bowl and then add to the mixing bowl. Mix again until smooth. Pour mixture into an ice cream maker and freeze using your product's information pamphlet. About 10 minutes before the ice cream is ready, add in the chopped banana and also the chopped peanut butter cups.

So there you have it. Happy kid, delicious ice cream and a clean face. What more can a mother ask for? All thanks to Wet-Nap!