4-Ingredient Chunky Cherry Ice Cream with Chocolate & Peanut Butter


Smooth and creamy ice cream stuffed with fresh cherries, dark chocolate, and peanut butter.

I'm definitely down for this. You too, right? 


So here's what happens when you score A LOT of fresh cherries… you start dreaming up cherry everything. My first idea was to get a head start on my holiday cooking game and test cherry pie recipes, but let's be real - I'm too lazy for that right now. 

My second idea was to make cherry crisps, which still aren't completely out of the question (keep an eye out for that recipe).


But it's still summer, yo!

We've got like two solid weeks left before fall takes over, and I decided I was going to take advantage of that and use my cherries to make ICE CREAM! Brilliant.


As with all of my favorite ice cream blends, I've used frozen bananas as the base of this recipe.

(BTW - If you haven't tried making ice cream by simply blending frozen bananas you are seriously missing out. It's so tasty and uh, hello, extra healthy).

After blending some extra ripe, frozen bananas, we're going to toss in peanut butter, dark chocolate, and fresh cherries (lots of them). Next step? EAT. 


Yep. 4 ingredients and 3 steps to a delicious and healthy chunky ice cream recipe.

It's so good, y'all. Enjoy!

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4-Ingredient Chunky Cherry Ice Cream with Chocolate & Peanut Butter
  • 2 bananas, frozen
  • 2 tablespoons nut butter (peanut or almond)
  • 2 tablespoons dark chocolate chunks (or chips)
  • handful fresh cherries, pitted and quartered
1. Add frozen bananas to your food processor or high-powered blender. Add just enough water for it to blend, about 1/2 a tablespoon. Blend until smooth and creamy. This may take a few minutes so be patient!2. Add in nut butter and half of the cherries, pulse 2-3 times. Stir in dark chocolate chunks and the rest of the cherries. Do NOT blend the mixture once you've added the chocolate and extra cherries if you want a chunky texture. 3. Transfer the ice cream mixture into a bowl or mug. Garnish with a cherry. Enjoy immediately.
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 2
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