This avocado-vegan ice cream is a deliciously sweet way to eat your super fruit. It is so creamy and the perfect and healthiest treatment if you want an ice cream, but you do not want extra guilt feelings. I wanted to make this vegan avocado ice cream since I went to Atlanta to visit Fresh Summit.
There I met many people in the Agri-food industry and tasted the best of the best food made with the best fresh products. The avocados from Mexico spread samples of avocado ice cream and since then I have wanted to make mine. I had the chocolate and avocado truffles I had already copied there, so this was the next one on my list.
In fact, I did it just before I started Whole30 in April, so I only had a little time before I could not eat it anymore. Did I regret my time at this great moment? But this avocado vegan ice cream is so good that it is always worth it.
Do you remember when I made a milk-free creamer and said it tasted like melted ice? This concept became the basis of this ice cream and differs from other non-dairy ice creams. I use a condensed coconut milk to sweeten the ice instead of honey or maple syrup. It is not a Paleo version, but I think it helps better with the texture.
Moreover, it is sweet and has a great coconut flavor that I am irresistibly addicted to. If you've never been so sweet with your avocados, you should do this as soon as possible. They have a natural fruity taste, which combines very well with sweet flavors, like other fruit.
Avocados are excellent with chocolate (as in my truffles), brownies, puddings and even pastries. I think an avocado, chocolate ice cream should be the next one or maybe even a chocolate and avocado card. If you are avocado fanatics, you are crazy about this ice cream.
If you are not a fan of avocado, I'll bet you like it too. If you're looking for even more vegan ice cream ideas, my friend Demeter from Beaming Baker has discussed this! She has so many great ice creams, but I love this vegan ice cream with coconut chocolate.
His version is even Paleo! WHATTHEFFORKFOODBLOG OR DAY @WHATTHEFORKFOODBLOG - I love what you do! This avocado vegan ice cream is a healthier and more satisfying way to combat the summer heat. So creamy and delicious!
1. Mix all ingredients in a blender and mix well.
2. Pour the mixture into a 2-liter refrigerator and freeze according to the instructions of your ice cream maker.
3. Immediately enjoy or freeze until it solidifies. I have used So Delicious Culinary Coconut milk, which is 11 grams, but formulated to replace a 13.5 ounce or 14 ounce canned coconut milk.
4. Use this Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker and ♥ it.
Our love affair with delicious vegan pop without gluten and ethical origin started when Chloe had trouble eating one of her favorite food groups: Dairy. They hurt his stomach and he struggled to digest the food that it contained.
At that time, soy became a popular substitute for dairy and we decided to try it. The results were the same. He got big discomforts when he ate soybeans and we returned to the place where we started.
Chloe had been a vegetarian for years and decided to remove all animal products, including dairy, from her diet to keep her diet in balance with her love for animals and respect for the environment. She discovered that her transition to a vegan diet without soy immediately resolved her digestive problems.
Eventually she found the solution she needed. I already loved fresh, organic fruit and vegetables and whole foods, so it was easy to include Chloe's plant-based diet in our family meals. What was not so easy was the time for dessert. It was a fight for natural vegan desserts, free of soy.