Banana chocolate ice cream

Super simple and extremely tasty!

I love making sugar free ice cream, especially on hot summer days. This sugar free banana chocolate ice cream takes about 2 minutes to make in a blender or mixer. This is really the easiest home made ice cream there is and it is completely free from added sugars, containing only the natural sweetness of the banana and the power and taste of cocoa.

No sugar ice cream with bananas

Bananas are naturally creamy and sweet. The only preparation this recipe needs is cutting your bananas in small pieces and freezing them a few hours before. Normally they will need at least 4 hours in the freezer before being ready to blend!

Once your fruit is frozen, blending them will be quite easy. I recommend making larger quantities because that makes it easier to blend. Try to use at least 4 or 5 bananas, because it will fill up your jug and make it easier to tamper it down as you blend it.

A vegan ice cream alternative

Many ice creams contain milk, yoghurt or cream to create this typical smooth and thick ice cream taste. Because banana is naturally creamy, you won’t need to add any dairy to this recipe. This means you can easily make a super creamy vegan ice cream. Of course this banana chocolate cream is gluten free as well, which seems logical but actually isn’t – many industrial ice creams unfortunately contain gluten.

If your blender is not very strong, or you are not patient enough to wait a little until the banana gets a bit softer (like me…), or you just want even more creaminess, try mixing in some soy milk or yoghurt, or even better, coconut milk or yoghurt. This will help it blend quicker and make it even tastier. If you like this recipe, you should also definitely try this two ingredient mango raspberry ice cream.

Banana chocolate ice cream on a plate

Banana chocolate ice cream

Banana chocolate ice cream with only two ingredients.
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 3 personen


  • 2 bananas ripe and cut in pieces or sliced
  • 1/2 tbsp cocoa
  • 1/2 tbsp cinnamon
  • soy milk optional


  • Cut the bananas in pieces or slice them and put them on a plate. Put the plate in a freezer for at least three hours until the banana is frozen and hard.
  • Put the pieces of banana in a mixer and mix them for one to two minutes. Add cocoa and cinnamon to taste and if you need some soy milk to make the mixing process a little easier.

Author: Jonathan

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