Colossal Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream

Colossal Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream:This ice cream starts with a creamy, no-churn base and is filled with an assortment of chocolate. From fudgy chunks of brownie and chocolate chips, to a hot fudge swirl, this recipe will be sure to please all chocolate lovers!

Colossal Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream | Sempre Dolce

Hey there! Pardon my unintentionally long absence, I went on vacation and intended to post while away but never could find the time (so much for sticking to a regular posting schedule)! However, stepping away from all life responsibilities for 12 days was absolutely lovely, I must confess…

Anyway, so here I am with the (long overdue) follow-up to my last recipe. As a refresher, a little while back I attempted to recreate two of my favorite Creations from Cold Stone Creamery. One I posted last month, but now have the finale for you today. (If you want the full scoop (pun intended) on these recipes, please read my last post.) Also, a reminder that these recipes are my own twist on the original Creations from CSC and not intended to be an exact copycat, so please don’t expect a perfect replica – except for these s’mores frappuccinos, the copycat recipe department is not my specialty…

OK, details, we need details. Here’s what you need to know about this Colossal Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream; what would be known as the “Chocolate Devotion” Creation at Cold Stone.

This recipe is an absolute explosion of chocolate, i.e. my kind of recipe. What we have going on is this:

  • A creamy, no-churn chocolate base.
  • A generous amount of fudgy brownie chunks (the best part!).
  • Mini chocolate chips for a little crunch and some extra chocolate – because a little extra chocolate never hurt anyone.
  • A hot fudge swirl, for finishers.

Every element complements the other beautifully to create a magnificent symphony of chocolate. Oh my, you guys… I wish I could wave a magic wand and have some right now, it is that good.

Colossal Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream | Sempre Dolce

There are a couple of things to note, but because I’m lazy (and because I also want to give my full attention to eating dinner and watching this baseball game on in front of me – #baseballnerd), I’m going to copy and paste the notes I made from the last recipe that apply here as well.

For the brownie, I used a box mix. I did this because I thought it would give a better end result when mixed with the ice cream and also, there really didn’t seem to be a need to go through the extra step of making them homemade. But don’t let me stop you from making a batch of homemade brownies, if that’s what you prefer!

For the fudge swirl, I did go the homemade route – again going with what I thought would give me the best results – and made a batch of this delicious hot fudge (it’s like pouring chocolate ganache on top of your ice cream; so chocolaty, smooth, and silky). This I made first and allowed it to cool at room temperature for about an hour. The recipe yields about a (16 oz) mason jar’s worth – the leftovers were used for another batch of ice cream, and of course for pouring in ridiculous amounts on top of both batches of ice cream.

Colossal Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream | Sempre Dolce

And that’s all you need to know! This Colossal Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream is super simple, super delicious, and super awesome. So make a batch and indulge the chocolate senses!

Cottura Felice!

Colossal Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream
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  • 1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 C. unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 2 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 2 C. (1 pint) heavy whipping cream
  • 2 C. brownie chunks
  • 3/4 C. mini chocolate chips
  • about 3 tbsp. room temperature hot fudge sauce (see note in post)


  1. In a large bowl, stir together sweetened condensed milk, cocoa powder, and vanilla extract. Set aside.
  2. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, whisk heavy cream until stiff peaks form.
  3. Using a rubber spatula, fold whipped cream into chocolate mixture until thoroughly combined.
  4. Gently fold in brownie chunks and mini chocolate chips.
  5. Pour into a freezer-safe container (I always use a loaf pan).
  6. Pour fudge sauce on top of ice cream and briefly swirl with a knife to incorporate.
  7. Cover and chill for 4-8 hours, or until firm.
  8. Top with hot fudge sauce, extra chocolate chips, or whatever your heart desires!



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    August 14, 2017
    This ice cream is seriously dreamy!! And so pretty served in a jar :) Glad you had a wonderful vacation and welcome back!!
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      August 14, 2017
      Thanks, Sues!! These little jars are great for personal serving sizes! ;D
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    Tabitha @ Tabitha Talks Food

    August 15, 2017
    Ahhh this looks so amazing!!
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      August 15, 2017
      Thank you! :)


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