Friday, November 15, 2013

Chocolate Peanut Butter Shakeology Ice Cream

I have to let you in on a little secret. It's not well known but it is true. It has to do with the freezer. Usually includes chocolate of some sort. If peanut butter is involved, that's even better.

Ok - here it goes. Confession time. Ready for it?

You will never guess what my secret is...

I am obessed with LOVE Ice Cream.

PHEW - I'm so glad I got that out in the open! I'm sure you had no idea that I have a sweet tooth. 

Ok - I'll stop trying to pretend that you had no idea that I love sweets. I'm not the type of person to hide that I'm normal. I have cravings. I want junk. 

When I started on this health journey, I realized I would have to find ways to replace my old junk with healthier versions. 

-Insert Shakeology Here-

Seriously - this stuff has been a lifesaver for me. I've come up with all kinds of fun recipes that trick my brain into thinking I'm eating junk food yet I'm really eating the equivalent of 5 salads! Hello healthy junk food!

So - the point of my rambling. I wanted to share my favorite Shakeology Recipe. It's quick and easy and hits the spot on a Friday night when I just want to veg out on the couch and enjoy some comfort food!


  • 1.5 cups of dark chocolate almond milk
  • 1 scoop/packet chocolate Shakeology
  • 1 square dark chocolate (at least 70%)
  • 1 Tbsp all natural PB (The only ingredient should be peanuts or you could sub almond butter too if you so desire!)
  • Ice 

  1. Place all the ingredients in a blender.
  2. Use enough ice to get your desired thickness (I use a little less than I would use for my shakeology shake with my ice cream - around 6 or 8 cubes)
  3. Pulse blend to get everything chopped up and then liquify.
  4. Pour ice cream into a freezer safe container and let it freeze for about a half hour.
  5. Sit down and enjoy the yumminess of guilt free ice cream!
If you want to try this recipe but need some Shakeology, leave a comment here or find me on Facebook at We can get you hooked up with a 5 day trial or a full 30 day supply!

Let me know how your ice cream turned out and if you changed it up at all!


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