Vegan raspberry ripple ice cream

  • 1h
  • 6
  • 153 kcal
  • Easy
  • Vegan
  • Paleo , Gluten free , Dairy free

Per 178 g contains

153 kcal 641 kj
6.3 g
4.6 g
18 g
0.1 g

of an adult's recommended intake.
Typical energy values per 100g: 360kj/86kcal

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Authored by Peer reviewed by Rose Constantine Smith
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This recipe is great for many diets as it is gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan!

When you find yourself reaching for the ice cream, instead be sure to be well stocked up on this simple and nutritious raspberry ripple version. The same recipe can also be used to make non-frozen yoghurt.


For the ice cream
  • Bananas, large
  • Desiccated coconut
    50g 1.7oz
  • Agave nectar
    50g 1.7oz
  • Vanilla extract
    4g 0.14oz
  • Almond milk
    500ml 17.5fl oz
For the ripple sauce
  • Raspberries
    150g 5oz
  • Agave nectar
    14g 0.5oz
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Cooking Method

  1. Add all the ice cream ingredients to a blender and blitz for 10 minutes.
  2. Once smooth, pour the ice cream mixture into a freezable storage container and seal with a lid.
  3. Freeze for 1 hour to allow it to set.
  4. Meanwhile, for the sauce, using a blender, blitz the raspberries and agave to a smooth consistency.
  5. Then remove the ice cream from the freezer (it should be starting to thicken) and give it a stir.
  6. Pour in the raspberry sauce in a circular motion and give the ice cream a brief stir to create a ripple effect.
  7. Place back in the freezer for a minimum of 4 hours. Preferably leave overnight to allow the ice cream to freeze.
  8. When you are ready to serve the ice cream, remove 15 minutes before you wish to serve, and scoop out with a warmed ice cream scoop.
  9. Store for up to 2 months in the freezer.

Nutritional Information

Typical Valuesper 100gper 178g serving
86 kcal
360 kj
153 kcal
641 kj
of which saturates
3.5 g
2.6 g
6.3 g
4.6 g
of which sugars
11.2 g
10.1 g
19.9 g
18 g
Fibre2.3 g
4.1 g
Protein1 g
1.8 g
Salt0.1 g
0.1 g

Fresh raspberries

We all know that raspberries are delicious, but they are also full of antioxidants and a good source of vitamin C.

Desiccated coconut

Desiccated coconut is a good source of fibre, a nutrient which the majority of the UK population are deficient in. A 28g serving provides 4.6 grams of fibre which is over 15% of an adult's daily recommended intake of 30g. 

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