No-Churn Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream-For-1 🍦🍃🍫 gluten free, keto & paleo

34 comments

  1. Sam says:

    Hi, this looks great. Do you know if adding some carob powder, for a chocolate-like taste, and omitting the cacao nibs could work? And if so, how much carob would you add? Thanks! 🙂

  2. CELINA Cobb says:

    Wow wow wow! Just made this masterpiece and am blown away! Peppermint choc chip is my favourite all time ice cream! Also own a gourmet catering company so flavours are key for me! I Asked my partner to taste without telling him about the coconut milk or what it was….. Immediate answer was peppermint choc chip ice cream! I do need to admit that we can’t get avocados here so I made the vanilla version and used peppermint essence and brandy for the booze side (couldn’t taste the brandy). Could not taste the coconut either, which I’m not a fan of. Used cacao nibs for the chips and added green food colouring. Love this! Thanks so much xxx

  3. Roxy says:

    I accidentally added the entire can of coconut milk to this recipe 🤦🏼‍♀️ im hopeful it will come out fine

  4. Bonnie Thompson says:

    Can I use coconut creme instead of coconut milk?( I accidentally purchased the wrong thing)

    • Paola says:

      Yup! It’ll just be a bit thicker, or you can always dissolve a little bit of the coconut cream in some water to get coconut milk! xo

  5. Thanks Paola. I just realised that the first batch of Keto mint chocolate chip was made with xylitol. I ran out so used powdered erythritol. Like you I don’t drink, but I do cake decorating and painting so have a bit of vodka for that purpose, but will get some more xylitol.( can only find silly little packets here)
    Many thanks for your help.🍨

  6. Hi Paola, I have made the chocolate, the mint chocolate chip, and the vanilla icecream…soooo yummy. I added some lavender to the vanilla and the combination was great. A subtle hint of lavender was just right.
    Just having to get the icecream to the right constituency for rolling and serving..Idid put 6tsp of vanilla in but it still froze real hard. Having a heat wave here in Uk so doesn’t take to long to soften it. I read that adding alcohol will put you out of Ketosis, so not worth it to keep the icecream softer. Any other bright ideas?
    Thanks

    • Paola says:

      Hi Ethne! Have you tried xylitol? It works like an inverted sugar (melted into the milk) and keeps the ice cream scoopable for weeks! Otherwise regarding the booze (obviously I’m no doctor and this isn’t my area of expertise), but I’ve read plenty that alcohol doesn’t kick you out of ketosis, rather it take some peeps deeper. I don’t drink though, I only use it for cooking purposes and I haven’t noticed any difference in my ketone readings. Xo!

  7. Dyan Bailey says:

    Are the nutrition counts for entire recipe or only 1 scoop of the ice cream? Recipe says for 1 person(2 scoops)
    Nutrition counts say 1 scoop. Just want to be sure before I give in. Thanks

  8. Karen M says:

    Sorry to say Paolo but I really didn’t find this edible. I do love your recipes but for me this tasted too artificial and despite of looking great with an excellent consistency I had to throw it out. I followed your recipe to the letter but the peppermint taste was overpowering despite using the lesser amount. I’ve used peppermint extract before and found the same taste so maybe it’s not the best of brands but fair to say it likely won’t make it edible. I doubled up the acavado and coconut milk and remixed it all together but it didn’t improve the taste. Sorry Paolo. Sounds like it’s just me who didn’t like it but I just couldn’t eat it. Keep up your great work, your recipes are legendary xx

  9. This week I made the mint chocolate chip ice cream….so delicious…and also the chocolate ice cream, absolute winners and so easy to make. By popular demand have just made mint ice cream again for work colleagues!
    Great to find a nice recipe without an ice cream maker.
    Please note your metric recipe for tin of coconut milk should be 400 mls, not 13.5 oz, but here in UK we use metric so appreciate you doing both😀

  10. Jeanette says:

    Is there any way to omit the avocado? I haven’t been able to find any for months now. But I really love Mint chocolate chip ice cream…

    • Paola says:

      Hi Jeanette! I would suggest you check out the no-churn vanilla ice cream instead and add the mint extract and chocolate chips there! Unless you add coloring it won’t be green, but still taste the same 🙂

  11. Laneya says:

    This was really good I was worried about the avocado, so I still only used half an avocado even though I doubled the recipe. I didn’t notice it in there at all though, so I might try adding a little more next time. I also used I think 3 drops of Young Living peppermint essential oil instead of peppermint extract, and I made it in my ice cream maker. I’ll definitely be making this again!

  12. Rita Morton says:

    I can’t even believe how good this is! This is the first recipe I’ve made from this website, and I’m always so leery of what recipes can be like from paleo websites, so I’m careful what I spend my time, energy and money on when it comes to recipes. But Oh My Gosh, this stuff is amazing. I am going to try many more recipes from gnom gnom! I quadrupled this because I had 2 avocados and I’m so GLAD I did that. I have dessert for the next six nights ! I’m just tried some and it’s not quite frozen yet but my mouth is totally watering for more! Thank you!

  13. Shannon says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I made mine with whipped heavy cream, and it was seriously SO GOOD! I couldn’t tell the difference between this recipe and traditional ice cream. I didn’t double my ingredients, but I would highly recommend doubling so you have even more on hand. This definitely hit the spot on a sunny day 🙂

  14. Ali says:

    Hi there, this sounds great, and I can’t wait to try it. Just a question tho about when to add the chocolate chips… didn’t see that in the directions and am thinking it would be stirred in by hand after using the immersion blender, and before putting into the freezer. Can you confirm? Thanks!

  15. Mindy says:

    Is it possible to use peppermint flavored stevia drops for the peppermint flavor and part of the sweetener? I do have confectioners Swerve

    • Paola says:

      Hi Mindy! I’m not sure as I’ve never tried that product. But I have tried the vanilla ones, and I’m not sure you’ll get enough minty-ness coming through?

  16. Amber says:

    Can you clarify something for me? I see you reccomend powdered sweetner, and xylitol as #1. When I click on the affiliate, xylitol, link in the recipe, it explains that that particular one is more granular…???

  17. Terri says:

    OMG! I just made this. I made 4 times the amount because I had a pint of cream that was nearing expiration. I used only 5 tablespoons of swerve (since I don’t like it too sweet) and added Lily’s Chocolate Chips. This stuff is the bomb! I just put it in the freezer but had to lick the immersion blender and the bowl. I can’t wait to try it frozen. I am so happy right now. Ice cream has been one of the things I miss, and I think Halo tastes like crap. This changes everything! THANK YOU!

  18. Sarah says:

    Made this just now in my ice cream maker(so I didn’t have to wait 2 hrs) love it and its kid and husband approved as well. Made 4x the recipe and used a half a bar of lily’s it’s very very creamy and just chocolate chip-py enough for me. The only thing I forgot to do was add the lemon juice but it’s great!

    • Paola says:

      Sarah that’s so wonderful to hear! Thanks so much for reporting back in detail, always super helpful 🙂

  19. Patty in CO says:

    Hi there….just a quick question…..are we supposed to whip the cream and.or coconut milk before blending it with the other ingredients?

    • Paola says:

      Hi Patty! I would just whip the heavy cream. I didn’t notice any difference when made with coconut xo!

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