Coffee Fudge Chunk Ice Cream

Happy Monday, my friends! This weekend was nice and relaxing, with some fun LCK events added to the mix. On Friday, the two winners from my Chestnut Hill Square giveaway (Ali and Dana) and I took a spin class at SoulCycle, had lunch at SweetGreen, picked out earrings at Francesca’s, got a gluten-free cupcake from Sweet, and for out last stop, went over to Athleta where we got some brand new yoga mats! What an awesome day with two awesome local Boston ladies!

THEN, on Saturday I took a fitness class at The Street in Chestnut Hill followed by me serving up some goodies at Lululemon! I brought with me my Watermelon Basil Salad, Cookie Bars, and Sea Salt Almond Butter Cups and hung out in the store meeting awesome readers and local shoppers! It was a great day. Mike and I went out to dinner at our local favorite spot, Tempo later that night, and then had a productive rainy Sunday (and Jax had a little puppy play date)!


Now… For the real reason you are here: ICE CREAM. I mean, it’s so very clearly ice cream season am I right? My official two new favorite flavor combinations… fudge + coffee. No explanation needed!

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This ice cream is…


Packed with fudge bites

Perfectly sweetened


Coffee flavored

The perfect guilt-free treat

Coffee Fudge Chunk Ice Cream

Coffee Fudge Chunk Ice Cream

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Fudge chunk

  • 2 cups Enjoy Life Dark Chocolate Chips
  • 1 tbsp almond milk (or nut milk of choice)


  • Place ice cream ingredients into your high-speed blender and blend until smooth
  • Pour ice cream mixture into a tupperware and freeze for an hour or so, until cold
  • Pour mixture into your ice cream machine, and proceed following the manufacturer’s instructions
  • Once done, pour ice cream into your tupperware (I use a bread pan)
  • Heat chocolate until melted and pour in almond milk- mix to combine*
  • Drop spoonfuls of the fudge into the tupperware and swirl around with a fork or a toothpick
  • Freeze for an hour until it hardens enough to create scoops!
  • If completely frozen, thaw for 15 minutes minutes before scooping
  • Recipe Notes

  • *It'll begin to get thick and fudge-like
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