No Churn Vegan Strawberry Ice Cream with Granola Chunks

Jun 22, 2020| By JOI team

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Jun 22, 2020| By JOI team

No Churn Vegan Strawberry Ice Cream with Granola Chunks

Almond-Base | Cashew-Base | Dairy-Free | Dessert | Gluten-free | Granola | Ice cream | Recipe | Vegan | Vegetarian | 

This recipe is inspired by our friend and food blogger Liv Vegan Strong. We tried her No Churn Vegan Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream and instantly fell in love. So, we put our own little spin on it and swapped cookies with a whole grain granola bar! 

No Churn Vegan Strawberry and Granola Ice Cream Recipe Made With JOI

 

Is this Recipe Customizable? 

Originally, we partnered with our friends at BeBOLD Bars to create this recipe.  We used strawberries for the base, and granola bars broken into chunks as the crunchy mix in for texture.

But you can take this recipe in any direction you like!  Here are some ideas for customization:

  • Swap the strawberries for any ripe, in season fruit, such as peaches (skinned), nectarines (skinned), blackberries, blueberries or mango.
  • Skip the fruit base and just make vanilla!
  • Not a fan of granola bar chunks in your ice cream?  Try cookies, nuts or chocolate chips instead!

What Equipment is Required for this Recipe?

This No-Churn Vegan Strawberry Ice Cream with Granola Chunks requires a blender, a freezer-safe container, and patience.  Because it's "no churn", no special ice cream maker is required.

No Churn Vegan Strawberry and Granola Ice Cream Recipe Made With JOI
Is This An Easy Recipe?

Absolutely, this is an easy recipe! 

It’s as simple as

  • blending the base ingredients together,
  • making a simple strawberry jam (or skip this step and use store-bought!), and
  • breaking up some granola bars or your favorite topping to fold into the ice cream for texture 

Once we mix and swirl the ingredients together, just add a dash of patience as we wait for the base to freeze to a perfect consistency and texture.  And trust us, waiting is definitely the hardest part.


Looking for more summer treats? Check out our Vegan Blackberry Nice Cream or our wildly popular Key Lime Popsicles

No Churn Vegan Strawberry and Granola Ice Cream Recipe Made with JOI
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  • How about suggesting a sugar substitute for those of us on a low carb diet, or trying to eat a lot less sugar.

    Lana

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