Chocolate Xtreme Blizzard

It’s been over a week since I posted a recipe involving chocolate. Crazy, right?! I figured I should share with you something awesome, something super chocolatey and super delicious. A Chocolate Xtreme Blizzard. Mmmm.

The base of the blizzard is a thick and creamy chocolate ice cream. What’s so special about that, you ask. Well interspersed inside that smooth chocolate ice cream is little pieces of brownie bites. Soft and gooey; complimenting the ice cream like no other. I know your mouth is probably watering just thinking about this now, right? Well wait, there’s more. You’ll want to add cacao nibs as well to give your blizzard that extra crunch and burst of flavor.  Three similar yet very different components inside one glass/bowl/blender/etc. coming together to give you pure chocolate happiness.


Chocolate Xtreme Blizzard

serves 2-3

1/3 cup cacao nibs

Brownie Bites:
1 cup dates
1 tablespoon coconut oil
1 tablespoon cacao

In a blender, blend together ingredients until smooth. Form dough into little bite sized pieces. Set aside along with cacao nibs

Chocolate Ice Cream:
3 frozen bananas
2 tablespoons cacao

In a blender, blend together ingredients. Once blended, add in brownie bites and cacao nibs. Pulse or stir until mixed throughout ice cream.

Serve, enjoy!

7 responses to “Chocolate Xtreme Blizzard”

  1. OMG YES please! Can this be dinner?


    1. Absolutely!! I had it for dinner the other night actually 🙂


  2. oh my, this is the most choclatey raw treat I’ve seen – love the addition of brownie bites. Must try!


  3. hi, can I use coconut butter instead of oil?


    1. Hi Houda, I have not tried to use coconut butter instead of coconut oil so I can’t guarantee results. Replacing the coconut oil with coconut butter will give it a much richer texture. But I say give it a try! Good luck 🙂


  4. This looks amazing. By ‘dates’, do you mean dried dates or medjool dates? Thank you


    1. Hi Annette,You could probably use either! I use medjool. If you use dried then I would probably just soak them for a bit first to soften them up a bit. 🙂


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