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Is it ice cream weather where you are? Bahaha. Ok, it’s always ice cream weather — at least it is over here — snow or shine. But today has been exceptionally hot, which prompted me to share one of our favorites around here: this simple and wholesome, fruit-sweetened, no churn, dairy-free peanut butter chocolate chip ice cream.
Today has been an unusually hot day, which I normally love very much. I soak up all the heat and sunshine with relish whenever the rare opportunity presents itself; in fact I crave heat — even when everyone around me appears to be withering and melting away… Getting into a parked car in the sun on a hot day is one of my favorite things! But today I reached my limit.
I think you may officially be a bake-a-holic when you’ve got the oven running through a 100+ degree heatwave. I didn’t look at a thermostat to gaugue the temperature, but I’m pretty sure by the time I was done the air in the house was probably half-way to boiling point. I may or may not have half-baked my dogs and husband in the process. I just had a crazy recipe idea that I had to make and it had to happen — heat wave or not…
Thank goodness for ice cream! Luckily I had several batches in the freezer to keep me cool. So I thought to share this chocoaltey peanut-buttery nicecream recipe with you too — so we can all keep cool and continue soaking in the sun 🙂
I love this recipe mostly because, well, can’t beat chocolate and peanut butter. There’s a reason it’s a classic ♥ Almost too conventional for this blog though maybe 😀 . But the making of has nothing in common with conventional ice cream — except for the great taste and creaminess of course 😉 . This ice cream doesn’t require an ice cream maker, no cooking, no dairy, sugar, cream, etc. Not even coconut or bananas! Just a handful of simple ingredients you probably already have on hand and you’re set!
I normally use chocolate chunks, but used chocolate chips for this instead this time around. Feel free to substitute with a chopped up version of your favorite chocolate bar. Up the add-ins to your liking. Or better yet, play around with the flavors — throw in some raspberries at the very end instead of chocolate chips or just swirl in some jam to have a pb & jam ice cream. Or maybe just add some cinnamon and make it a cinnamony peanut butter ice cream… Or some caramelized peanuts… Or go far out and make it peanut butter and potato chips or maybe pickles… OK, maybe that’s going too far 😉 But you get the point.
P.S. You can easily raw-ify this by making your own peanut butter from scratch first, then adding remaining ingredients, and using a raw chocolate bar…
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