Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Frozen Dessert | MOBE

Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Frozen Dessert

This non-dairy frozen dessert is so rich and creamy that you will truly think it’s ice cream (spoiler alert: it’s not). Packed with fiber, plant protein, iron, and potassium, this recipe is a healthier version of our favorite summer treat. This easy recipe comes together in minutes. Plus, it has only 4 ingredients.

Prep time: 5 minutes (plus 2 hours freezing time for bananas)
Cook time: n/a
Total time: 5 minutes
Serves: 4
Serving size: approximately ½ cup


  • 4 medium ripe bananas, sliced, frozen
  • 4 tablespoons powdered peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa or cacao powder

For serving:

  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened coconut flakes


Combine frozen bananas, powdered peanut butter, and cocoa powder in a high-speed blender. Blend until smooth. To make blending easier, add two tablespoons of non-dairy milk such as oat, soy, or almond.

Spoon into dessert dishes and top with coconut flakes. Serve. Alternatively, place into an airtight container and freeze until solid. When ready to serve, let thaw for a few minutes, then scoop and top with coconut flakes.

MOBE kitchen tip:

  • Freeze the banana slices for at least 2 hours before making this frozen dessert.
  • Powdered peanut butter has 90% less fat than traditional peanut butter, and the ingredients include roasted peanuts and a minimal amount of sugar and salt. The result is a lower-calorie and lower-fat peanut butter replacement. Powdered peanut butter can be used in smoothies, sauces (try our Vegetable Pad Thai), baking, and more.

Nutrition facts per serving

Calories: 140 / Total Fat: 1.5g (2% DV) / Saturated Fat: 0g (0% DV) / Trans Fat: 0g / Cholesterol: 0mg (0% DV) / Sodium: 50mg (2% DV) / Total Carbohydrate: 31g (11% DV) / Dietary Fiber: 5g (18% DV) / Total Sugars: 15g / Added Sugar: 0g (0% DV) / Protein: 4g / Vitamin D: 0mcg (0% DV) / Calcium: 16mg (2% DV) / Iron: 1mg (6% DV) / Potassium: 462mg (10% DV)

Allergen statement: contains peanuts and tree nuts (coconut).

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