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vegan raspberry ice cream (no-churn)

Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream


  • Author: Audrey @ Unconventional Baker
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 6 small servings
  • Category: Ice Cream
  • Method: No-Churn
  • Cuisine: Dessert

Description

This vegan raspberry ripple ice cream is super creamy and bursting with raspberry flavor. No-churn and dairy-free.


Ingredients

Vanilla Bean Ice Cream Base:

Raspberry Ripple:


Instructions

1. Blend all ice cream ingredients until completely smooth in a power blender.

2. Transfer to a 5″ x 5″ glass dish (or a freezer-safe container of a similar size).

3. Fold the raspberry jam into the container, a few spoonfuls at a time, and swirl into ripples (try not to over-blend so that you get to keep more of the ripples intact).

4. Freeze for 5-6 hours or overnight. Lightly thaw out to a scoopable consistency and enjoy!

Notes

*To pre-soak cashews: place in a glass bowl, cover with water, and leave to soak for 4 hours (or overnight in the fridge). Then strain and discard the water. For a quick pre-soak, cover with boiled water and soak for 15 mins, then strain and discard water. (Note: this technique doesn’t preserve the nutrition of the recipe as well as the traditional soaking technique above). Note: the purpose of soaking the nuts is to re-hydrate them and plump them up for blending into a smooth, cheesecake-like consistency. Proper soaking techniques also maximize nutrition and digestibility. If you’re interested in learning more about nut soaking and other dessert prep tips and tricks, I delve into these subjects in detail in my book Unconventional Treats.

****The coconut cream used in this recipe is only the firm white stuff gathered at the top of chilled cans of full-fat coconut milk. You’ll need to chill the can(s) in an upright position overnight for the cream to separate from the water and surface up to the top. I used the Thai Kitchen full fat coconut milk cans for this recipe and I find that the large 400ml cans yield about ¾ cups cream each once chilled and separated, and the tiny cans (160ml) yield about ⅓ cup cream each (I prefer working with the smaller cans as they seem to separate better). Reserve the remaining water for other uses, only use the firm white cream for the ice cream here. Note that it’s very important for the full fat coconut milk cans to be chilled first so it separates.

***For the jam in this recipe I used a small jar of Crofter’s organic (fruit-sweetened) raspberry jam. I usually buy it in person and it’s much cheaper than it is online. I used this brand specifically here as I like how thick the jam is. However, feel free to use an alternate raspberry jam of your choice (ideally a thicker variety). If looking for a fruit-sweetened version, St. Dalfour is another good brand.

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