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The perfect nice-cream scoop

I've got tons of posts about how to make nice-cream (or in other, dairy-free 'ice-cream' made out of bananas) but this post in particular gives you the perfect method of how to create a perfectly shaped ice-cream scoop out of the simple ingredients: bananas, peanut butter, almond milk, and chocolate chips. Honestly, nothing beats this combination, and if it were up to me, it would be the only thing I would have every single morning. And all the posts on this website would just feature banana peanut butter chocolate chip ice-cream. Who needs variety anyway?

Anyway, back to the reason that you are here.... The recipe that will forever change your life, especially if you have a background of abusing ice-cream tubs! Yes, I'm looking at you...

PB chocolate chip nicecream

To create this tasty-looking nice-cream scoop, all you need is (for 5-6 scoops):

- 5 bananas, peeled and chopped and placed in an airtight container in the freezer overnight

- 2 heaping tbsp of organic, raw, palm-oil-free peanut butter

- 1/2 a cup of almond milk, gradually poured into blender (not all at once)

- 3-4 tbsp of dark chocolate chips


1- Be sure that you freeze your bananas overnight! If not, return back to this page once this step is done :)!

2- Once chopped bananas are frozen, take them out of the freezer, place them in a blender along with peanut butter, and a little bit of almond milk (pour gradually as noted above). The blender should be able to blend the frozen bananas to a thick consistency (like a super thick smoothie).

3- Once blended, add your dark chocolate chips and fold in with a spoon.

4- Pour this delicious mixture in an air tight container and hold yourself back from eating it on the spot. Believe me it's *really* hard!

5- Place in the freezer for at least 2 hours or overnight. You might need to defrost it for about 10 minutes before using an ice-cream scooper to scoop out a scoop. Did I say scoop too much? I just love that word.

Be sure to tag me on Instagram if you try this at home! You can always keep a container of this treasure in the freezer and experiment with new flavors too!

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