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Ninja Creami Raspberry Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

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Refreshing raspberry ice cream is dotted with chocolate chips, making it a bright and decadent treat.

You’ll love making this Ninja Creami raspberry chocolate chip ice cream. It’s the perfect flavor pairing!

scoops of Ninja Creami raspberry chocolate chip ice cream in a glass dish, garnished with fresh raspberries and Magic Shell topping.

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If you ask me, raspberries and chocolate were meant to be together.

The sweet and tart flavor of the berries pairs perfectly with rich chocolate chunks, making a delicious dessert that’s just so satisfying.

It’s one of those treats that feels a little special, yet it’s made with regular everyday ingredients.

So I set out to create a Ninja Creami raspberry chocolate chip ice cream that both simple and delicious.

The resulting lovely pink dessert would make a great treat for Valentine’s Day, Christmas, or any time of the year!

Ninja Creami pint container filled with raspberry ice cream and chocolate chips

Ninja Creami Raspberry Chocolate Ice Cream

To keep things simple, I opted for using frozen raspberries.

They’re easy for me to find year-round, and I can keep them on hand until I need them.

But if you’d rather use fresh raspberries, that’s fine, too!

I used both Magic Shell and chocolate chips to bring the signature decadence to the dessert, but the Magic Shell isn’t completely necessary.

You can skip the Magic Shell if you don’t have any on hand. I especially like it drizzled over the top, though!

raspberry chocolate magic shell ice cream made in the ninja creami, served in a glass dish. The remainign pint is in the background.

How to Make Raspberry Chocolate Chip Ice Cream in the Ninja Creami

It’s easier than you think to create this classic treat!

Ingredients You’ll Need:

  • Frozen raspberries
  • Instant vanilla pudding mix
  • Milk
  • Heavy cream
  • Granulated sugar (optional)
  • Magic Shell (optional)
  • Chocolate chips
overhead view of a pint of raspberry chocolate chip ice cream made in the ninja creami. An ice cream scoop is in the pint.

How to Make it:

(Full printable recipe card is available below)

Thaw the berries. To start, allow the frozen berries to thaw out.

You can let them thaw at room temperature, or microwave them briefly. .

two photos; one shows frozen raspberries in a bowl, the other shows the raspberries after being thawed out.

Combine ingredients. In a small mixing bowl or large liquid measuring cup, combine the berries, milk, and instant pudding mix.

Use an immersion blender to blend the ingredients together.

two photos; one shows raspberries, milk, and pudding mix in a glass measuring cup. The other shows the ingredients blended together.

Add the cream. Stir in the heavy cream until fully incorporated. Give the mixture a taste to check the sweetness.

If needed, add 1-2 tablespoons of sugar or other sweetener of choice. This will really just depend on how sweet your raspberries are and what your preference is.

Pour the mixture into a Ninja Creami pint container and secure the lid.

two photos; one shows heavy cream added to the raspberry  mixture; the other shows the mixture combined and poured into a ninja creami pint container.

Freeze. Transfer the pint container to a level surface in your freezer. Allow to freeze for at least 24 hours.

Spin. Remove the pint from the freezer and take off the lid. Place the pint into the Ninja Creami’s outer bowl and secure the lid.

Place bowl apparatus into the machine, locking it into place.

Press the Ice Cream button and allow the cycle to complete.

two photos; one shows frozen raspberry ice cream base in the outer bowl of the ninja creami; the other shows the pint inserted into the machine and a finger pointing to the ice cream button.

Re-spin if needed. Check the ice cream’s consistency. If the texture looks crumbly, insert it back into the machine and press the Re-spin button.

If it’s still crumbly after that, add a tablespoon of milk and Re-spin once more.

two photos; one shows crumbly raspberry ice cream after the initial spin in the ninja creami; the other shows the ice cream after re-spinning.

Mix-in the chocolate. To add a mix-in with the Ninja Creami, create a well in the ice cream that’s about an inch wide and extends to the bottom of the pint.

If you’re using Magic Shell, pour a tablespoon of it down into the bottom of the well.

Then add the chocolate chips on top of that.

two photos; one shows magic shell poured into the well of the raspberry ice cream, the other shows chocolate chips added to the well.

Place the pint back into the machine and press the Mix-in button.

Remove from the machine and serve, garnishing with more Magic Shell if you’d like!

close-up side view of a glass dessert cup filled with scoops of ninja creami raspberry chocolate chip ice cream, which is garnished with raspberries and magic shell topping.

Notes and Adaptations:

  • The Magic Shell is optional for this recipe. It breaks down into pretty small pieces within the ice cream itself, but it does add a bit of sweetness. You can always just add extra chocolate chips when mixing-in if you prefer.
  • I used instant vanilla pudding mix, but you could also use white chocolate pudding mix or cheesecake pudding mix instead. If you don’t want to use pudding mix, you could blend in a tablespoon of cream cheese, but you’ll likely need to add more sweetener as well.
  • Feel free to use white chocolate, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, or whatever type of chocolate chip you prefer.
  • Whether or not you need to add sugar will depend primarily on the sweetness of your raspberries and your personal preference. Keep in mind that the mixture will be slightly less sweet after it’s frozen.

Recommended Equipment:

Yield: 1 pint

Ninja Creami Raspberry Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Ninja Creami raspberry chocolate chip ice cream served in a glass dish, topped with chocolate shell topping and garnished with raspberries.

This delicious raspberry chocolate chip ice cream is an easy Ninja Creami recipe that feels super indulgent.

Prep Time 7 minutes
Additional Time 1 day
Total Time 1 day 7 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup frozen raspberries, thawed
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 2 tablespoons instant vanilla pudding mix
  • 3/4 cup heavy cream
  • Optional: 1-2 tablespoons sugar or other sweetener
  • Optional: 1 tablespoon Magic Shell chocolate fudge topping
  • 2-3 tablespoons chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. In a small mixing bowl or large liquid measuring cup, combine thawed raspberries, milk, and pudding mix. Use an immersion blender to blend together until smooth.
  2. Add heavy cream to the mixture, stirring with a spoon to combine.
  3. Taste the mixture and add sugar, if needed, stirring well to incorporate.
  4. Pour the mixture into a Ninja Creami pint container and close the lid. Transfer to a level surface in your freezer for at least 24 hours.
  5. Remove from freezer and take off the lid. Place pint into the outer bowl of the Ninja Creami and secure the outer bowl lid. Transfer bowl apparatus to the Ninja Creami machine, locking it into place.
  6. Press the Ice Cream button and allow the cycle to complete.
  7. Remove pint from machine and check the ice cream's texture. If it appears crumbly, insert it back into the machine and press the Re-spin button. If it's still crumbly after that, add a tablespoon of milk and Re-spin once more.
  8. Create a well in the center of the ice cream that's about an inch wide and extends all the way to the bottom of the pint. Pour Magic Shell (if using) into the bottom of the well. Add chocolate chips to the well.
  9. Return the pint to the machine and press the Mix-in button. Allow the cycle to complete to mix-in the chocolate pieces.
  10. Remove pint from machine, scoop, and serve! Feel free to garnish with additional Magic Shell topping if desired.

Notes

  • The Magic Shell is optional for this recipe. It breaks down into pretty small pieces within the ice cream itself, but it does add a bit of sweetness. You can always just add extra chocolate chips when mixing-in if you prefer.
  • I used instant vanilla pudding mix, but you could also use white chocolate pudding mix or cheesecake pudding mix instead. If you don't want to use pudding mix, you can blend in a tablespoon of cream cheese, but you'll likely need to add more sweetener as well.
  • Feel free to use white chocolate, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, or whatever type of chocolate chip you prefer.
  • Whether or not you need to add sugar will depend primarily on the sweetness of your raspberries and your personal preference. Keep in mind that the mixture will be slightly less sweet after it's frozen.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

4

Serving Size:

1/2 cup

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 304Total Fat: 21gSaturated Fat: 13gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 54mgSodium: 79mgCarbohydrates: 28gFiber: 4gSugar: 21gProtein: 4g

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a glass ice cream dish filled with Ninja Creami raspberry chocolate chip ice cream that was made from frozen raspberries. The scoops are topped with Magic Shell chocolate topping and garnished with two fresh raspberries.
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