Chocnut Ice Cream

Chocnut is a crushed peanut and chocolate bars similar to the texture of a fine polvoron and this is what this Chocnut Ice Cream is made of.

Day 2 of anniversary week and for our mash up creation today I will bring you an ice cream mashed up with a proudly Filipino product, the Chocnut!

Chocnut for those who haven’t tried them is a crushed peanut and chocolate bars similar to the texture of a fine polvoron, its nutty, its chocolaty, a bit gritty but it will definitely tease most taste buds of any Filipino. If you had tried Reese’s then this is the rustic version.

I am not sure if Chocnut have been used as an ice cream flavour but in case not here it is using my trusted ice cream recipe I now bring you the Chocnut Ice Cream.

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Chocnut Ice Cream

  • Yield: 6-8 1x


Chocnut is a crushed peanut and chocolate bars similar to the texture of a fine polvoron and this is what this Chocnut Ice Cream is made of.


  • 2 1/2 cups cream
  • 1 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 1/4 cups sugar
  • 18 pcs Chocnut
  • 1/4 cup finely ground roasted peanuts (you can use food processor to make these)
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 4 eggs yolks, lightly beaten


  1. In a sauce pan combine cream, milk, 10 pcs of chocnut, ground peanuts, cocoa powder and sugar. Heat slowly while continuously mixing until it reaches nearly boiling point (do not boil) and sugar is completely dissolved
  2. Place egg yolks in a mixing bowl then slowly pour around a cup of the heated cream mixture while whisking.
  3. Pour egg mixture to the sauce pan then continue to heat while continuously mixing. Dip a tablespoon and see if liquid sticks to the back side, if it does then you can now turn the heat off.
  4. Place remaining 8 Chocnut pieces in the freezer and let it freeze for at least four hours.
  5. Place in a heat proof container and let it cool down, once cooled down place in the fridge for at least four hours.
  6. Prepare your ice cream maker, pour the cream mixture then churn according to ice cream manufacturer’s instruction. Mine took 30-35 minutes.
  7. Roughly chop frozen chocnut pieces then gently fold it into the ice cream mixture.  You can now eat the ice cream at this stage, but if you prefer a firm ice cream freeze for at least 6 hours.


You can buy Chocnut in Amazon, here are some links


13 Responses

  1. It looks really good. As a great ice-creams fan I must confess that yours is the most appetizing ice-cream recipe I’ve seen for a long time. Thank you! 🙂

  2. cquek says:

    gorgeous photos and i love to have a scoop right now.

  3. Mary Frances says:

    I love the sound of a ‘rustic version’ of a Reeses cup. I’ve never heard of a Chocnut bar, but now I want to try it.

  4. We haven’t tried chocnut, but this ice cream looks so tasty! Cheers!

  5. koifishee says:

    When can we have this in the local market? x)

  6. Juliana says:

    I have never had chocnut…but it sure sounds delicious, especially in the form of ice cream…sounds like peanut butter and chocolate.
    Have a great week Raymund 😀

  7. Shobelyn says:

    My, I am very excited about this. Choc nut is my most favorite chocolate…

  8. ettasgourmet says:

    Cool, its different! I’d like to try it!

  9. I’ve never tasted Chocnut but sounds delicious and I’d love to taste this ice cream!

  10. mjskit says:

    Like Nami, I’ve never had a Chocnut, but you’ve sold me on them. Ice cream with crunchy bits folded inside is irresistible.

  11. Love the photos! I was wondering what could be done with Chocnut (not that it stays in the cupboard long enough to make something haha)

  12. Amanda says:

    This looks so good. I’ve been researching no churn ice cream to see if I too can do it. Your recipe seems to suggest that this is possible! Thank you!

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