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Double Chocolate Vegan Nice Cream

This simple vegan nice cream is so rich and delicious, you’d hardly guess that it’s healthy. It’s vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, and with a simple substitution, can easily be made low-FODMAP too!

Hey, friends. Sorry I’ve been neglecting the blog a bit this week. I’ll try to be back to a more regular posting schedule next week. I’ve had a lot on my mind to share with y’all, but I’ve been prioritizing spending time with friends and family.

This recipe is so simple I’m not even sure I can put it up on the blog and call it a “recipe”–“recipe” implies some kind of hard work and/or creative genius went into making it. In reality, I just threw a couple of things that I happened to have together for a snack. But…DSCN1647It turned out too good not to share. A rich, delicious, cool summer treat–but a tad on the “healthier” side with fiber, fruit, protein, and healthy fats.

This is the first recipe I’ve posted to the blog that’s not strictly low-FODMAP, as it contains some delicious chocolate soy nut butter I found (on sale) at the grocery store near my house. But it can easily be made so by replacing the chocolate soy nut butter for a chocolate nut butter made with low- or moderate-FODMAP nuts, such as almonds, hazelnuts, sunflower seeds or peanuts.


Double Chocolate Vegan Nice Cream
Serves 1
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Prep Time
3 min
Prep Time
3 min
  1. 1 ripe banana, sliced and frozen
  2. 1 tbsp. chocolate soy nut butter
  3. 1 tbsp. vegan mini chocolate chips
  1. Place banana slices and soy nut butter into a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Stir in the mini chocolate chips.
  3. Nom.
  1. Use chocolate almond butter, chocolate hazelnut butter or chocolate peanut butter in place of the soy nut butter.
  2. FODMAPers can use regular (non-vegan) chocolate chips, as semi-sweet chocolate contains a negligible amount of lactose.
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  1. What even is a recipe? Unless that one time I saw someone label a post about mixing peanut flour with water ‘recipe’ I don’t think a dish needs to be super involved. Soy nut butter sounds intriguing. What does its taste compare to?

    1. Joyce says:

      Ha! Good point. I haven’t tried regular soy nut butter, but the chocolate kind I got is a bit quite salty–it’s somewhat similar to sunflower seed butter.

  2. Ellie says:

    Yum! So simple, yet delicious. I make my chocolate nice cream with cocoa powder, then swirl in the chocolate peanut butter. It’s extra special with the deep cocoa flavor 🙂

    1. Joyce says:

      Nice! That sounds awesome.

  3. I love the simplicity of this! Frozen bananas are a staple in my house. Good call on the soy nut butter!

    1. Joyce says:

      Mine too! Partly because I can’t eat them fast enough before they get too ripe 😉

    1. Joyce says:

      Definitely devourable 😉

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