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Vegan Berry Ice Cream
Going vegan, or raising vegan kids, isn’t always easy, but this vegan berry ice cream recipe will make it delicious!
This easy homemade ice cream recipe may even make you forget about any store bought kind.
And, it just hits the spot for any sugar craving!
If your kids are anything like mine, then they’ll be asking you for this, instead of asking for store bought, any day of the year…even when it’s snowing outside.
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Berry Ice Cream Q&A…
What can I do with frozen mixed berries?
There are so many things you can do with frozen mixed berries!
For example, you can use them in:
- ice cream (like the recipe below)
- as a topping for ice cream, crepes, pancakes, etc.
- eat them as is
- warm them up and eat them
- so much more!
How do you make ice cream in a food processor?
It is very easy to make ice cream in a food processor, all you have to do is add the ingredients and turn it on.
For best results, you may need to scrape the sides every so often. Also, be sure to add only a little liquid at a time, unless you want to drink your ice cream.
When using a food processor, it’s best to make ice cream with frozen fruit, for the best consistency. And sweeten with maple syrup or another natural sugar, if needed.
Can you eat frozen mixed berries?
You can certainly eat frozen mixed berries, that’s why they sell them!
And, before you ask, yes, you can eat them frozen, too! No need to warm them up. My girls love eating frozen berries in the summer time, or anytime, as a snack.
How do you make ice cream easy?
The first thing you need to do to make ice cream easily is make sure you have a food processor, or grab one from amazon now!
If you’re reading this and are vegan, or trying to go vegan, then a food processor is an item that you’re going to really want to have. There are so many more healthy recipes you can make with a food processor; from your own protein bars, just like lara bars, to vegan mac and ‘cheese’, and more! This is the one I have, it’s super affordable and I’ve had it for a good 4 years with no problems.
Now on to my kids favorite ice cream recipe…
How To Make This Vegan Berry Ice Cream Recipe
This ice cream recipe is super simple to make, super healthy, and super delicious.
It will curb your sugar cravings, like it did for me while pregnant. But, without the cholesterol, saturated fat, and high fructose corn syrup that’s in ‘regular ice cream’!
Start making it by getting out your food processor and all of the ingredients.
Then, measure out and pour all the ingredients in one by one, the order doesn’t matter.
Turn your food processor on for about 30 seconds, see if it’s smooth. It probably won’t be yet, but if you don’t have a food processor that has something that scrapes the sides for you, you may need to scrape the food down. Keep processing at about 30 intervals until your ice cream is nice an smooth with no lumps.
You most likely won’t have any leftovers, but if you do, put it in a freezer safe container in the freezer. Then, let it soften again before eating.
Vegan Berry Ice Cream
A delicious soft serve berry ice cream that you'll want to make again and again!
- 2 cups mixed berries frozen
- 1/2 cup coconut milk
- 2 tbsp pure maple syrup
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
Measure out all ingredients and add to food processor.
Process ingredients til combined and smooth. Enjoy!
Vanilla can be omitted if you don’t have it on hand.