7-ingredient, healthy Paleo Chocolate Banana Cookie Dough Ice Cream is super creamy and delicious, plus so easy to make. It’s packed with protein and superfoods, chock-full of grain free cookie dough and extra chocolaty with a hint of banana and cinnamon.
This post is sponsored by Rootz Nutrition, all opinions, recipe and photography are my own.
Chocolaty, protein-rich, cookie dough studded ice cream!
What’s not to love?!
This heavenly Paleo Chocolate Banana Cookie Dough Ice Cream is out-of-this-world, crazy good!
What if I told you this luscious chocolate banana cookie dough ice cream is perfect for a post-workout extra special treat?
This ice cream is packed with protein, superfoods and electrolytes which makes it a fun post-workout meal, a great mid-day snack or an afternoon treat.
Now, I’ll be quite honest. My workouts mostly consist of running around after my youngest and getting a “workout” vacuuming and steam-mopping the entire house. I am all about healthy eating and natural health, but exercise is an area that I need to work on.
My husband on the other hand, he hasn’t missed a workout for one day in several years. I have never not seen him train.
He trains hard! I’m talking pouring sweat, intense, MMA-jiu jitsu-boxing, how-in-the-world-are-you-doing-that kind of workouts.
That being said, I don’t want him reaching for some synthetic, junky, protein post-workout supplement.
Thankfully, he hasn’t used any of those kinds of protein supplements in ages. When he learned about the synthetic and chemical ingredients that are in most of the mainstream protein pre and post-workout supplements, he stopped using them immediately.
When you’re working out, you need wholesome, REAL ingredients that fuel your body and taste good too.
No one wants to drink or eat something that tastes awful after exercising.
I am thrilled to have learned about Rootz Paleo Protein Superfood, a delicious tasting, healthy protein supplement.
My husband loves the chocolate banana nut flavor of this protein powder. It’s one of the best tasting protein powder supplements that he’s ever tried. It has a tiny hint of cinnamon that comes through the chocolate flavor, which he really loves.
Most importantly, he LOVES how Rootz Paleo Protein-Superfood makes him feel. It gives him a great burst of energy, from clean, wholesome ingredients.
Rootz Paleo Protein-Superfood is filled with clean, real, wholesome foods.
Check out the full list of ingredients:
- Protein Blend:
Egg White Protein, Sacha Inchi Protein, Hemp Protein
- Electrolyte Blend:
- Superfood Blend:
Chia Seeds, Flax Seeds, Maca Root, Bee Pollen, Acai, Goji Berries, Blueberries, Royal Jelly
- Green Detox Blend:
Spirulina, Chlorella, Kale, Spinach, Broccoli
- Other Ingredients:
Natural Chocolate Extract, Natural Vanilla Extract, Stevia Leaf, Cinnamon, Natural Sea Salt
Usually my husband just mixes the Rootz Paleo Protein-Superfood into a quick shake and he’s good to go. But I like to mix things up from time to time.
I wanted to surprise him with an extra special treat, especially since it’s starting to warm up here in Northern California.
Ice cream!!! The perfect treat for hot weather! And … the perfect treat after a workout. Of course I had to make the ice cream a little more fancy and add some optional grain free cookie dough in there. Because, why not?
You can leave it out if you want, but I highly recommend it.
Fuel your body after a workout with this extra special Paleo Chocolate Banana Cookie Dough Ice Cream.
You’ll be so happy you did!
Paleo Chocolate Banana Cookie Dough Ice Cream
Freeze bananas at least 4 hours prior to making ice cream for best consistency. Cookie Dough adapted from Otto's Natural Chocolate Chip Cookies. This nutritional information was auto-generated based on serving size, number of servings, and typical information for the ingredients listed. To obtain the most accurate representation of the nutritional information in a given recipe, please calculate the nutritional information with the actual ingredients and amounts used, using your preferred nutrition calculator. Under no circumstances shall the this website and the author be responsible for any loss or damage resulting for your reliance on the given nutritional information. You are solely responsible for ensuring that any nutritional information provided is accurate, complete, and useful.
Untitled GroFor the 7-ingredient Ice Cream:up
For the Optional Cookie Dough:
Nutrition Information:Yield: 8
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 457Total Fat: 29gSaturated Fat: 21gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 26mgSodium: 259mgCarbohydrates: 44gFiber: 2gSugar: 27gProtein: 12g
Freeze bananas at least 4 hours prior to making ice cream for best consistency.
Cookie Dough adapted from Otto's Natural Chocolate Chip Cookies.
This nutritional information was auto-generated based on serving size, number of servings, and typical information for the ingredients listed. To obtain the most accurate representation of the nutritional information in a given recipe, please calculate the nutritional information with the actual ingredients and amounts used, using your preferred nutrition calculator. Under no circumstances shall the this website and the author be responsible for any loss or damage resulting for your reliance on the given nutritional information. You are solely responsible for ensuring that any nutritional information provided is accurate, complete, and useful.
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