Easy 2 ingredient raw chocolate banana ice cream with no need for an ice cream maker, ready in minutes and perfect for a quick, healthy treat!

top down view of a bowl with raw vegan chocolate banana ice cream with sliced strawberry and a spoon.

Raw banana ice cream with decadent chocolate is creamy, super easy to make and tasty as can be!

Why had I not known of this before? What a great dessert or mono meal for that matter. I had this for dinner the other night and did not feel one bit guilty. It’s super delicious, vegan, and all around good for you!

This raw chocolate banana ice cream is:

  • Fat free
  • No refined sugars
  • Dairy free
  • Only 2 ingredients
  • Ready in 5 minutes or less
  • No ice cream maker required

There is so much to love here!

I suggest you gather your ingredients and whip up some of this nice cream for yourself. You will thank me later. 🙂

Be creative, and have fun experimenting with toppings and additions that work for you!

ingredients for raw chocolate banana ice cream.


Bananas – freeze the ripest bananas you can, they will be sweet enough so you don’t need to any sweetener.

Cocoa powder – use your favorite, whether its raw cacao, regular cocoa, or dutch chocolate. This batch was processed with dutch cocoa, which makes it ultra dark and chocolatey, but typically I use raw cacao powder.

Splash of non-dairy milk or water – can be any type of plant based milk, preferably unsweetened, this will help get the frozen mixture moving.

side by side, top down view of the process of making raw chocolate banana ice cream in a food processor.


  1. Simply place 2 – 3 frozen bananas in your food processor or high speed blender, along with 1 tablespoon cacao powder, blend until creamy, stopping to scrape down the sides every so often. Make take 3 – 5 minutes.
  2. Serve right away with sliced fruit, cacao nibs, nuts or seeds. Enjoy often!


If you try this chocolate banana ice cream recipe, please let me know! Leave a comment and rate it below. I love to hear what you think, or any changes you make.

top down view of a bowl with raw vegan chocolate banana ice cream with sliced strawberry and a spoon.



top down view of a bowl with raw vegan chocolate banana ice cream with sliced strawberry and a spoon.

Amazing chocolate banana ice cream to the rescue! No dairy, no churn, no guilt – just YUM!

  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Total Time: 5 min
  • Yield: Serve 1 – 2
  • Category: Dessert, Raw
  • Cuisine: Vegan


  • 3 frozen bananas
  • splash of almond milk or water
  • 1 heaping tablespoon raw cacao/cocoa powder

Optional toppings

  • fruit or chopped nuts 


Break frozen bananas into small pieces. Place bananas, splash of liquid and cocoa/cacao into blender or food processor, blend until desired consistency scraping down the sides every now and then, will take anywhere from 3 to 6 minutes. Add a tad more liquids as needed.

Scoop into individual bowl/s, top with fruit, nuts, cocoa nibs or coconut flakes. Enjoy right away.

Serves one generously, with enough to share if you like. 🙂


A splash or two of milk or water will help the mixture move a little better when blending. For completely raw, use homemade plant milk, or a splash of water is fine too!

To Freeze: Keep this ice cream in the freezer by storing in an airtight freezer safe container. Freeze for at least six hours or overnight for a hardened ice cream, let thaw 10 min or so before scooping. Double this recipe and freeze for convenience.

Keep those bananas! Instead of throwing out bananas I always freeze them for making smoothies later and this will be a new reason to pull out a frozen banana or two. Doesn’t get much simpler that this.

30 Raw Food Recipes That Require Zero Baking or Cooking

by Courtney Hamilton


Dig into this tasty list of raw recipes ranging from savory dishes to dreamy desserts.

Raw recipes mean less time, effort, and dishes. No-bake tarts and cheesecakes let you quickly blend together ingredients, pour them into a pan, then leave them to set in the fridge or freezer for hours while you go about your day. They really couldn’t be simpler.

From raw meals like collard wraps and raw Pad Thai, to treats like raw cranberry cheesecake and no-bake coconut cookies, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for on this list.

Raw Cabbage and Pineapple Salad


This simple salad couldn’t be easier to throw together: throw in some pineapple, red cabbage, hazelnuts and olive oil, and you have a refreshing, healthy meal.

Recipe: Paleo Plan | Raw Cabbage and Pineapple Salad

Raw Pad Thai with Spicy Almond Sauce


This raw Pad Thai makes a meal out of a host of vegetables, including fresh zucchini noodles, shredded carrots and chopped broccoli.

Recipe: Turnip the Oven | Raw Pad Thai with Spicy Almond Sauce

Raw Cranberry Cheesecake


Feeling festive? This vibrant cranberry cheesecake is dairy-free, no-bake, and Paleo-friendly.

Recipe: PaleoHacks | Raw Cranberry Cheesecake

Homemade Electrolyte Drink


Skip the sugar-laden sports drinks and whip up this homemade electrolyte-replenishing drink, complete with coconut water, citrus juice, sea salt, raw honey, and sparkling water.

Recipe: Paleo Plan | Homemade Electrolyte Drink

Easy Raw Caramel Apples


Need a kid-friendly, healthy raw Paleo recipe? These caramel apples are actually made with a no-cook date caramel, which is much better for you than a sugar-based one. Skip the optional melted chocolate drizzle to keep these truly raw.

Recipe: Wife Mama Foodie | Easy Raw Caramel Apples

Raw Chocomole


Have you ever had the combination of chocolate and avocado before? Avocados are the perfect subtle, creamy and rich base for sweet chocolate flavors, making this a healthy and delicious dip.

Recipe: PaleoHacks | Raw Chocomole

Wholesome Pumpkin Cheesecake


This vegan, Paleo and raw cheesecake uses kabocha squash as its “pumpkin-y” base. You’ll need a high-speed blender to get the raw squash to the right consistency.

Recipe: Balanced Babe | Wholesome Pumpkin Cheesecake

Strawberry Crème Dessert


Sometimes you have a craving for a sweet, cool, and creamy treat. When that craving strikes, make this no-cook, chilled coconut crème dessert, topped with fresh strawberries.

Recipe: Paleo Plan | Strawberry Crème Dessert

Raw Zucchini Rolls with Paleo Pesto


Use thinly-sliced zucchini to wrap up an assortment of veggies coated with homemade Paleo pesto. These raw treats would make perfect hors d’oeuvres at a party.

Recipe: PaleoHacks | Raw Zucchini Rolls with Paleo Pesto

Homemade Pink Electrolyte Drink


If the citrus-based electrolyte drink wasn’t doing it for you, try this vibrant pink version instead. Beets give the drink their natural hue.

Recipe: Yuri Elkaim | Homemade Pink Electrolyte Drink

Paleo Thousand Island Dressing


This creamy, tomato-based salad dressing tastes delicious tossed with fresh greens, but it’s also a tangy accompaniment to crudités.

Recipe: Paleo Plan | Paleo Thousand Island Dressing

Cinnamon Carob Pecan Candies


These carob pecan candies are basically Paleo, keto and raw peanut butter cups – what’s not to love?

Recipe: Oatmeal with a Fork | Cinnamon Carob Pecan Candies

Raw Chocolate Cashew Tart


There’s very little prep work and zero cooking that goes into this chocolate cashew tart, so you can whip up a healthy dessert with ease.

Recipe: PaleoHacks | Raw Chocolate Cashew Tart

5-Minute Raw Paleo Fudge Balls


These 5-minute fudge balls require only a handful of ingredients and don’t need any time to set, meaning you can whip them up when a craving strikes and eat them on the spot!

Recipe: Healy Eats Real | 5-Minute Raw Paleo Fudge Balls

Paleo Pesto Sauce


Pesto sauce is perfect for dressing up proteins, veggie noodles, and even for dipping veggies. Make this recipe at home to ensure your pesto is Paleo-friendly.

Recipe: Paleo Plan | Paleo Pesto Sauce

Collard Wraps


These Paleo, vegan, and raw collard wraps are filled with veggies and a satiating, savory pecan filling that you’ll want to eat over and over.

Recipe: Avocado Pesto | Collard Wraps

No-Bake Paleo Mint Chocolate Cheesecake


You can enjoy refreshing minty, chocolatey flavors without ever turning on the oven. There is an optional step at the end to melt chocolate chips and drizzle over your cheesecake, but you can omit this step to keep your treat 100 percent raw.

Recipe: PaleoHacks | No-Bake Paleo Mint Chocolate Cheese Cake

Raw Tiramisu


This incredibly impressive dessert is 100 percent no-cook, and all you need is a food processor and blender to create a creamy, coffee-infused raw Paleo dessert.

Recipe: Unconventional Baker | Raw Tiramisu

Almond Ginger Garlic Dressing


Enjoy an Asian-inspired salad with this homemade almond ginger garlic dressing. It’s also a great dipping sauce for Paleo spring rolls.

Recipe: Paleo Plan | Almond Ginger Garlic Dressing

Sweet and Spicy Strawberry Salsa


This sweet and spicy hybrid tastes amazing with some fresh veggies or even Paleo plantain crackers or chips.

Recipe: Better with Cake | Sweet and Spicy Strawberry Salsa

Paleo Trail Mix


A satiating snack that requires no cooking or baking? Sign us up.

Recipe: Paleo Plan | Paleo Trail Mix

Spring-Time Zucchini Noodles with Garden Greens Pesto


Craving pasta but trying to stick to a raw diet? This raw zoodle and pesto dish will satisfy your craving and keep you on track with your diet goals.

Recipe: To Her Core | Spring-Time Zucchini Noodles with Garden Greens Pesto

Paleo Raw Carrot Cake


Carrot cake that’s actually good for you? This raw version nixes all the gluten-laden flours in favor of natural, whole foods ingredients. All you’ll need is a food processor and room in your freezer.

Recipe: Skinny Fitalicious | Paleo Raw Carrot Cake

Walnut Rosemary Bread


Bet you didn’t think you’d find a homemade bread recipe on a raw Paleo recipe compilation. To keep this bread truly raw, you’ll need a dehydrator.

Recipe: Eat Feel Fresh | Walnut Rosemary Bread

Cauliflower Tabouli


Tabouli is a Mediterranean salad rife with bright, herbaceous and lemony flavor. This recipe subs in cauliflower “couscous” in place of the traditional grains.

Recipe: The Blender Girl | Cauliflower Tabouli

Raw Coconut Cookies


Do you have 25 spare minutes? Whip up these raw coconut cookies, which only require four ingredients.

Recipe: Paleo Flourish | Raw Coconut Cookies

Raw Paleo Lemon Bars


You can enjoy these summery lemon bars with only 10 minutes of effort; let your freezer do the rest.

Recipe: The Movement Menu | Raw Paleo Lemon Bars

Raw Grain-Free Granola


The perfect healthy snack to eat on the go!

Recipe: Nutrition Refined | Raw Grain-Free Granola

Raw Taco Salad


Walnut taco “meat” is perfect for a raw salad, as you still can enjoy a satiating element without cooking up any protein.

Recipe: Eating Vibrantly | Raw Taco Salad

Raw Gingerbread Cookie Bites


These raw gingerbread cookie bites are a festive addition to a holiday cookie spread, but they taste amazing year-round.

Recipe: Love Food Nourish | Raw Gingerbread Cookie Bites

Do you believe in the benefits of food combining?

15 Food Combining Guidelines

  1. Avoid eating carbohydrates, starches, sugar or sweet fruits with acid fruits.  Too many times we mix: (strawberries and bananas) (cereal with strawberries) (pineapple upside down cake).
  2. Avoid eating concentrated proteins with concentrated carbohydrates.  (meat and potatoes) 
  3. Do not consume two concentrated proteins at the same meal. (meat and cheese*) (nuts and cheese) (shrimp and steak) (avocado and nuts) 
  4. Do not consume fats with proteins. (cheese* and meat again) 
  5. Use fats sparingly.  Beware of many items in the store that say “no fat” in their sales pitch.  They wouldn’t contain fat anyway. (animal fats, dairy products, palm oil, cottonseed oil and coconut) 
  6. Do not eat acid fruits with proteins.  Some lemon juice is fine on proteins.  Avocados combine well with acid fruit, sub-acid fruit and greens. (pineapple and ham) (tomatoes, meat, noodles – goulash, spaghetti) 
  7. Do not combine sweet fruits with proteins, starches or acid fruits, a common dessert mistake. (bananas on cereals) (strawberries and bananas) (dried fruit dehydrates the stomach). 
  8. Eat only one concentrated starch at a meal (potatoes, corn, pumpkin, etc.). 
  9. Acid fruits may be used with sub-acid fruits.  Don’t combine fruits opposite ends; combine at mid-ground. 
  10. Sub-acid fruits may be used with sweet fruit. 
  11. Combine fruit only with lettuce and celery.  Lettuce and celery may even enhance fruit digestion. 
  12. Salads combine very well with proteins, oil and starches.  Greens should make up a majority of our diet.  They leave the stomach quickly unless weighed down by oily dressings.
  13. Sprouts are great.  The best way to eat grains: referring back to #12, salads go well with starches or grains, so sprouts are great with salad. 
  14. Do not consume melons with any other foods.  They move through the stomach in 20 minutes.  If melons don’t agree with you, try them alone. 
  15. Liquids should not be used at any meal.  Dilutes your digestive juices / Prevents us from chewing / Prevents us from secreting saliva. 

 *Keep in mind Creative Health Institutes program does not include meat, dairy, or any other food products linked to animals.

Wishing everyone the best day ever. Dr. Bobby

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Do The Things We Eat Have An Affect On The World’s Climate?


The world’s food system is responsible for about one-quarter of the planet-warming greenhouse gases  generated by humanity each year.

This number includes raising and harvesting all the plants, animals and the animal associated byproducts we eat — beef, chicken, cheese, eggs fish, milk, lintels , wheat, corn and more — as well as processing, packaging and shipping food to markets all over the world. If you eat food, you’re part of this system.

Animal agriculture is the second largest contributor to human-made greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions after fossil fuels and is a leading cause of deforestation, water and air pollution and biodiversity loss.

Meat and dairy, particularly cows, have an huge impact, with the worlds livestock accounting for around 14.5 percent of the world’s greenhouse gases each year. That’s roughly the same amount as the emissions from all the cars, trucks, airplanes and ships combined in the world today.

In general, beef and lamb have the biggest negative climate footprint per gram of protein, while plant-based foods tend to have the smallest impact. Pork and chicken are somewhere in the middle. Take a look at this major study published last year in the journal Science calculated the average greenhouse gas emissions associated with different foods.

Maybe, you can make your next meal a plant-based meal and begin contributing more to saving our planet. Blessings, Dr. Bobby


Here is a start:

Spiced Chickpea Salad With Tahini and Pita ChipsVeganIndian-Spiced Tomato and Egg CasseroleVegetarianLinguine With Clams, Roasted Tomatoes and Caramelized GarlicSeafoodSpicy Corn and Coconut SoupVeganTakeout-Style Sesame NoodlesVeganGreen Shakshuka With Avocado and LimeVegetarian