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Low-Sugar Blackberry Ice Cream [Vegan]

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I served my ice cream as a soft serve, but I also froze it in an airtight container and it turned to the same consistency as the ice cream you knew/know and love/d as a non-vegan. I won’t lie; this ice cream is not as creamy as the dairy kind, or the soya or nut-based ice cream you can buy from health food stores, but the banana makes this more than just a sorbet. Not to mention, it cuts the calories by half. At least.

So enjoy your ‘ice cream’ guiltlessly! You have my permission.

Low-Sugar Blackberry Ice Cream [Vegan]

Ingredients

  • 2 cups frozen blackberries
  • 2 frozen bananas, in chunks
  • a few splashes of almond milk

Preparation

  1. In a blender or food processor, blend the frozen fruit with a little bit of almond milk, adding the milk little by little. Don’t add too much or you’ll just end up with a frozen smoothie; you want to add just a few splashes when necessary. Depending on the speed of your blender or food processor, this will take about five minutes. You may need to stir the ice cream mixture with a spoon between pulsing to make sure everything gets blended (unless you want chunks).
  2. Serve immediately as soft serve, or place in a container in the freezer for at least one hour before scooping it out.

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After turning vegan, I discovered a particular talent for baking delicious cruelty-free cakes and cookies. It was then that my friends named me ‘The Vegan Cookie Fairy’ and my blog was born. I find happiness in preparing and eating food that is good for my body and soul — but cats and yoga help, too.


 

 

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18 comments on “Low-Sugar Blackberry Ice Cream [Vegan]”

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Karen Teves-Frazier
3 Years Ago

Appears as though this could be diabetic friendlier than other ice creams, will have to share.


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Kathy Villa
3 Years Ago

I havr a blackberry tree in my front yard. I made this very smoothie for breakfast this morning!


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Nathan Wilson
3 Years Ago

Banana, blueberry, date, made with coconut milk


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Gloria Dyreng Leeds Sumner
3 Years Ago

how do you get it and where is it sold


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Shannon Benson
3 Years Ago

Marty Kennedy Andrew Maciver


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Helene Reilly
3 Years Ago

Yummy


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Helen Shard Pickford
3 Years Ago

I wish I lived in a country were coconuts grow !! Coconut milk and oil is so expensive here and would take up my weekly allowance !!


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Raw Asta
3 Years Ago

Banana,strawberry, honey and cocosmilk :P https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=488843384578597&set=a.317428938386710.1073741830.243607679102170&type=1&theater


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Mary Jo Marks Aardsma
3 Years Ago

I make something like this but add spinach and a bit of orange juice to make a smoothie...coconut milk works too.


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Liz Tanner
3 Years Ago

YUM!


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