Peanut butter banana icecreamPeanut butter banana icecream 1I was in my local shop the other day and my little Sofia was, as usual, browsing the ice cream section and then it happened!! I spotted the peanut butter cornetto OMG!!!!!!!!! Have you seen it? I have to admit it looks amazing. Immediately I thought I must make my own one, so as soon as I got home I started creating. First of all however I posted a photo of the cornetto on my Facebook page  and asked you whether you were interested and of course you were!

image imageThis clean peanut butter banana ice lollies are so simple that you will wonder why you hadn’t tried them before. I am sure you have heard of banana ice cream, but what if  you elevate it and add peanut butter, cover it with chocolate and then dip it in crushed almonds? This, my friends, is something extra special and extra indulgent. One lolly will kill all your cravings with no guilty feelings after……guaranteed! These ice lollies are hard ones, so if you want to make them a bit smoother add 1/2 cup of your favourite white yogurt and a bit of brown rice syrup or any other sweetener.

imageSomebody asked me what pops do I use. I have tried quite a few from the very cheap ones to some more expensive ones, but I always come back to Zoku Classic Pop Mold.They look great, are easy to use and wash, and they have never failed me. The lollies pop out easily and hold their shape perfectly. One more thing before we get to the recipe, please make sure you have very ripe brown speckled bananas to ensure a gorgeous sweet flavour. If they are not ripe enough add brown rice syrup or any other sweetener. As for the raw chocolate my favourite is Conscious Organic Raw Chocolate Ombar Superfood Dark Chocolate or Raw Health Organic Dark ChocolateClean peanut butter banana ice cream 3Clean peanut butter banana ice cream 4

Clean peanut butter banana ice cream


  • 3 bananas
  • 3 tbsp peanut butter (make sure you use one with no added sugar or oil)
  • 1/4 cup Provamel coconut and rice milk + extra splash for melting the raw chocolate
  • Raw chocolate
  • Crushed almonds


  1. Using your blender, blend the bananas and peanut butter together. You will now have a thick texture so add milk and combine again.
  2. Pour mixture into the ice lolly moulds and allow them to freeze for 4 hours or overnight.
  3. Once frozen melt chocolate with milk in a bowl, over boiling water
  4. Now you will have to work fast. Spread the melted chocolate over the ice lollies and put the crushed almonds around before the chocolate sets.
  5. Pop back in the freezer for 5 mins to fully set. Before serving let it thaw for a bit, these lollies are hard ones. Enjoy!

How simple is that? Please let me know if you make them and what do you think. Or you could post me a photo on my Facebook page. What ice cream do you like?

Much love,

6 Comments on Clean peanut butter banana ice lollies

  1. Melissa Hampson-Smith
    May 11, 2016 at 9:19 am (2 years ago)

    Just found your site from Pinterest, great. Hope to try these and the bounty cake. Just getting back into clean eating myself, really happy to have found your site.

    • Hedi Hearts
      May 17, 2016 at 10:07 am (2 years ago)

      So glad you found me Melissa. Let me know how the bounty cake turned out! Hedi xx

  2. Millie
    July 11, 2016 at 11:20 am (2 years ago)

    Hi Hedi,
    I’m afraid I’m confused/stupid.
    Are you saying a quarter of a cup rice milk AND a quarter of a cup coconut milk? Or is it a quarter of a cup in total of both milks? Maybe you can buy a mix of the milks? And which milk or how much milk to add to the banana mix and to the chocolate mix? Thanks

    • Hedi Hearts
      July 11, 2016 at 9:18 pm (2 years ago)

      Hello lovely, it is one milk, a mixture or rice and coconut made by Provamel. So in total you need 1/4 cup of your favourite milk and extra splash for melting the raw chocolate. Hedi xxx

  3. Millie
    July 11, 2016 at 11:27 am (2 years ago)

    Apologies – *HEDI

    (sorry for your name typo in the comment/question I just sent)

  4. Millie
    July 11, 2016 at 11:29 am (2 years ago)

    **oh dear, maybe there was no typo after all!


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