5 ingredient homemade creamy mint chocolate chip avocado ice cream recipe

Hello luvs!

Yes… you heard us correctly.

5 ingredient homemade mint chocolate chip avocado ice cream recipe that is raw, dairy and nut free!

creamy dairy free raw avocado mint ice cream

Get ready for some rich, creamy homemade ice cream that is full of ingredients you recognize. And did we mention it’s only takes 5 ingredients to make this ice cream!

homemade avocado ice cream

This ice cream recipe is an updated version of our quick mint avocado chocolate chip soft serve that we made years ago. Even though we love our original recipe, we wanted to make more of ice cream instead of soft serve.

We are so thrilled and happy with the way this new recipe came out and think you will love it also.

We mean… really…what is not to love? Mint. Chocolate chips. Avocados. Coconut butter.

Yes please! Load it up.

Since it is still hot outside we are still feeling like cold and refreshing desserts. And this velvety mint chip ice cream hit the spot.

And this friends… is perfect for those hot humid days that you just want something cold.

raw mint chocolate chip avocado ice cream

We love using avocados or cashews for our basis for raw, no ice cream maker needed, easy to make ice cream recipes.

To be honest… those are the only homemade ice cream recipes we have ever made. Guess we need to expand our ice cream making recipes to play with other ingredients.

dairy free mint chocolate chip ice cream

Mint chocolate chip ice cream was an all time childhood favorite of ours.

Our two favorite flavors together. As you already know mint and chocolate is our go-to flavor for just about anything.

From raw layered cakes to mint protein bars to chia puddings to mint chocolate donuts to chocolate chip mint protein muffins.

vegan mint avocado chocolate chip ice cream

Ready to see how we made it.

Though it is a little time consuming in that you have to stir every 30 minutes for about 2-3 hours.

Promise it’s worth it!!!!!

That stirring every 30 minutes makes a HUGE difference in making homemade ice creams with no ice cream makers. Trust us. We made this without stirring frequently and it turned out too icy not creamy.

Learn from us. Take the effort to stir. Use your gymboss timer to remind you to stir every 30 minutes. That’s what we did.

5 ingredient homemade creamy mint chocolate chip avocado ice cream recipe

serves 3-4

5 ingredient homemade creamy mint chocolate chip avocado ice cream recipe

Raw, vegan, dairy-free, nut-free healthy homemade mint chocolate chip ice cream.


  • 2 hass medium-large avocados (about 11oz pitted, 2 cups cut into chunks)
  • 1 medium banana
  • 1/4 cup coconut butter (could use coconut oil)
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup (or honey or coconut nectar)
  • 1 tablespoon peppermint extract
  • handful of fresh mint leaves (optional)
  • 3-5 tablespoons chocolate chips (really how much you like)


  1. Pit and scoop out avocados. Peel banana.
  2. Place all ingredients except chocolate chips into Vita-mix or high powered blender.
  3. Blend until smooth. Make sure it is well blended.
  4. Place in large deep bowl.
  5. Add in your chocolate chips. Stir them in.
  6. Set bowl into freezer.
  7. Stir every 30 minutes until desired texture is achieved. Ours took about 2 1/2 hours with stirring every 30 minutes.

Are you ready for some creamy raw mint chocolate chip avocado ice cream?

Twins question: Do you like making homemade ice cream? Do you stir or use ice cream maker?

What do you like to make or drink on a hot day?

till next time,



purely twins


  1. says

    SO trying this out!! I can not wait, it seriously contains just about ALL of my favorite foods!
    Oh my goodness, can’t get much better than some healthy mint chocolate avocado ice cream:)

  2. Millie says

    Good advice on stirring every 30 minutes…I have always wondered how I could get my homemade ice creams creamy…they are always rock hard! I’ll try that trick next time.

  3. says

    I have an ice cream maker, and like to make dairy-free ice creams. I usually use coconut milk as my base.

    Does the avocado ice cream freeze up really hard? I tend to have that problem with my ice cream. I try to use thickeners like cornstarch and agar with a splash of liqueur
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  4. Krystle says

    Yum that looks so tasty. What are you pantry staple must haves? Also,any advice for meal prep for college students?

  5. says

    Mint chocolate chip was most definitely my favorite flavor of ice cream as a kid. Definitely looking forward to trying this soon! And it sounds so creamyyy.
    My go-to drink on a hot day lately has been a very berry refresher or a lime refresher (with 1/2 unsweet green tea) from Starbucks. Makes these hot days a little more bearable…
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  6. Allison says

    Do you melt the coconut oil or butter or keep it in its room temperature form when blending it with the other ingredients?

  7. Sydney says

    Making this right now, so excited! Do you use the peppermint extract that has alcohol in it? That’s the only kind I have been able to find.. if not then do you know how much I would use of the alcohol kind to equal 1 tablespoon?

  8. says

    Mint-chocolate chip is my favorite ice cream of all times! I would have never thought to add avocado, bananas, and coconut butter to that! Sounds divine!

  9. Lauren says

    Great ideas! I didn’t have any bananas, so I decided to try a green apple instead, and swapped out the mint leaves and extract for cinnamon and vanilla essence. Voila, easy vegan green apple pie ice cream! So good! Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  10. Swapna Reddy says

    I am excited to try this recipe. . Can u please tell me that can make this icecream in icecream maker. .
    Please help me coz i brought new icecream maker.. i want to try in my new machine..


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