5-ingredient No-Churn Medicated Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream (made in a blender — no ice cream machine needed!)
Well, I did it. I made the best friggin ice cream on the planet. This Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream. But not just any Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream… a medicated Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream made with just five ingredients! And you make it in a blender too, so you don’t need to buy an ice cream maker to make this (although, I must say, I own an ice cream machine myself and it was definitely one worthwhile investment. I love it and feel like such a pro when I use it 😉). Best of all, it’s refined sugar free and full of healthy fats, with a punch of protein!
Way better than pot brownies, amirite?
After making my Chocolate Fudge Ice Cream for the third time this last month, I thought I’d make a variation of it. I was thinking a peanut butter swirl, or maybe even blending in some bananas. I looked through my pantry and fridge to find some inspiration, and that’s when I saw it — my cannabis-infused olive oil.
Yep. That’s goin’ in.
When it comes to making homemade marijuana edibles, I prefer a low-dose of THC. I mean, you get to eat more of it (yassss). Kinda like gummy vitamins. They’re so damn good but when you can only have two, what’s the point? I want to eat like, thirty. But without dying from some vitamin or mineral overdose.
It all depends on how you make your marijuana-infused olive oil. You control the potency. My canna oil has a potency of 1mg THC per 1ml of oil. The recipe calls for 5 tsp (or 25ml) of oil, so the entire batch of ice cream has 25mg THC.
And of course, this goes without saying, if you don’t want THC or if it’s not legal where you are, just use regular extra virgin olive oil instead! It’ll still be just as delicious 🙂
If you’ve read my CBD-Infused Butter Mints post, then you know I use CBD for stress, anxiety, and sleep. This recipe calls for just 3 tablespoons of honey, so I used my favorite CBD-infused honey in this ice cream. I have the 500mg jar, so the entire batch of ice cream also has 252mg CBD.
Healthy Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream
- ¾ cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
- 60g (⅔ cup) Chocolate Whey Protein Powder
- 3 tbs Raw Honey (I used CBD-infused honey)
- 24g (5 tsp) Cannabis-Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 6 oz 70% Cacao Chocolate
- In a blender (I used my NutriBullet), add the almond milk, protein powder, honey, and olive oil. Blend until completely smooth.
- Add the melted chocolate and blend again. Pour the mixture into a large bowl and place in the fridge for 1 hour. Transfer to the freezer for ~4 hours, or until scoopable.
- Serve with mini chocolate chips and some flaked sea salt. Maybe a joint too.
If you’ve ever wondered how to make homemade cannabis edibles that aren’t cliché like pot brownies and gummy worms, then this Medicated Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream recipe is for YOU!
It’s ultra creamy, incredibly rich, and perfectly sweet. Plus, it’s made with just five ingredients, and no ice cream machine required.
There’s really no excuse to NOT make this recipe 😉
I brought a batch of this Medicated Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream to a party and 60 seconds after taking the lid off the container, five people had their own spoons and were digging in. Everyone loved it and you will too! Enjoy 🙂
With love and good eats,
For sure it looks amazing! I have to taste it! Love how healthy it sounds, no sugar and good fat!
Chocolate and Olive Oil Are The Perfect Pair for a Heart-Healthy . Thanks.
Would a sugar free maple syrup such as lakanto (monk fruit) Work in place of honey perhaps? With maybe some stevia drops to offset the sweetness lost?
I haven’t tried that substitution but it should work just fine! I also haven’t had that syrup before, so I don’t know how its sweetness compares to honey. If you think it’s less sweet, then I’d add some additional stevia or just use more syrup 🙂
Hope you like the ice cream!!
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Jessica, I’m assuming you CAN use an ice cream maker?
I think the batch is too small to fill an ice cream machine, which could possibly cause an issue? I don’t know, I haven’t used my machine for this. Maybe double the recipe if you’re gonna try that! 🙂
Jessica, I’m excited to try this recipe. My family LOVES ice cream, but we save it for a 1x week treat. It would be so fun to wow them with a healthy version that tastes good! Did I miss the nutrition facts on this, or did you not include them?
Hi Tresa! I try to make the nutrition label for all my recipes but it takes a lot of time so sometimes I skip it in a time crunch. The “calculators” out there are rarely accurate so I always do it myself from scratch. Feel free to make one though!
This ice cream is definitely a decadent one, not low fat or sugar free like my other ice cream recipes. But it’s still healthy 😉 especially in comparison to store-bought ones!
Will this still work with a plant based protein instead of whey?
I haven’t tried it so I can’t be sure. I find vegan protein powders to thicken a lot more than whey, so you could probably use a little less (~½ cup or so). Hope you like the ice cream! 🙂
thanks for sharing this post it looks like to yummy and mouth-watering
it’s looking so good mouthwatering and tasty thanks for sharing this post
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this Medicated Chocolate Olive Oil Ice Cream looking so good i really like it it’s mouth watering
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This is a wonderful, informative post! I have often been questioned about whether hemp products I use such as hemp seed oil and hemp milk are safe and how they relate to the marijuana plant. I never knew the answer to these questions except to say that they are a different part of the plant that doesn’t contain THC. Now I truly understand the difference! Thank you
I’m so glad you found this post helpful! Hemp and marijuana are different plants, but both plants yield the benefits of CBD. For zero THC, you’re best choice would be the hemp plant 🙂 <3
Nice Post ! thanks for sharing.
Nice Article. thanks for Sharing.
The Chocolate and olive oil in this ice cream is a delightful and and healthy combination that is hard to match and the CBD in this recipe really improve the health benefits of this ice cream not only is it good for anxiety it is good for inflammation, depression and insomnia.
Nice Post ! it’s looking so tasty.
I’m confused. Does the 70% cacao chocolate have sugar or other sweetener in it? Can/should I purchase the 70% chocolate bar in the grocery store (I think Lindt, Ghardelli, etc. make them). Thanks1
I used regular 70% cacao chocolate, but if you want it sugar free, using this sugar free dark chocolate! 🙂