Le Coin De Mel's No-Churn Dairy Free Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe

no churn chocolate ice cream by Le Coin de Mel

Check out one of my most favourite bloggers Mel of Le Coin De Mel’s no-churn, dairy free chocolate ice cream recipe. It’s quick, easy and healthy too. Yay!
Over to Mel!

Thanks Vicki for having me on Honest Mum today. I’m Mel and I blog at Le Coin de Mel  about food, adventures with my family, living with allergies and crafts.Is it just me who craves sweet, refreshing ice cream all year long?

The recipe I am sharing today is the quickest, easiest and healthiest way to make chocolate ice cream. It is moreish, tastes and feels very naughty but it is in fact free from refined sugar and contains no nasties at all.

It doesn’t even have chocolate or dairy in it, just unsweetened cacao powder.

My little ones love ice cream as a treat no matter the weather, but shop-bought ice cream costs an absolute fortune, and it tends to be full of sugar, additives and a whole range of ingredients I can’t even pronounce.

I had a revelation a couple of years ago when I was told you could just freeze ’way past their best’-looking bananas and blend them from frozen to make yummy ice cream.

Since then, I have been peeling, slicing and freezing overripe bananas in small freezer bags that have gone too ripe for my liking in small freezer bags. We use them for smoothies, ice cream or milkshakes.

With no further ado, here is the recipes for the quickest, healthiest chocolate ice cream you will ever find!

no churn dairy free ice cream by Le Coin De Mel

Ingredients:
(makes 4 scoops)

  • 2 1/2 sliced bananas (250g), frozen
  • 3 tablespoons raw cocoa powder
  • 1 tablespoon honey (maple syrup if vegan)

Method: Simply blend all ingredients together until thoroughly combined.

You can either eat the ice cream straight away as soft-serve ice cream or shape into scoops in small freezer-safe bowls and eat later.

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11 Responses

  1. Emma Peach

    Such a simple recipe! It looks delicious…I love bananas and chocolate together. I’ll definitely be giving this a try!

    Emma xxx
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  2. Notmyyearoff

    Wow I had no idea you could use bananas. Such a healthy alternative and it looks delicious!
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  3. Caro | The Twinkle Diaries

    Literally jumping up and down about this!!!!!!! We always end up with SO many overripe bananas — and I only like the ones that are still a little green! I LOVE the idea of freezing them — particular when you can make something as lovely as this!!! YUM! 🙂 Caro xx #FreeFromFridays
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  4. Lisa

    YUM! I do the banana one all the time, but (foolishly!) never thought to add some nice raw cacao powder to it. I will now! xx
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  5. Mel

    Hey beautiful, thanks for having me today. I’m so glad you like this recipe. It’s a staple in our home. It looks naughty but it’s actually pretty good for you when it comes to treats. xxx
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