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Vegan Sugar-Free Berry Banana Ice Cream Recipe

Trying to Cut Back on Sugar? For Ice Cream Cravings, Make This 4-Ingredient Nice Cream

There's an ice cream shop down the street that offers dairy-free creemees (lucky, I know!), and I recently took my kids there for a summer treat. They both got raspberry and although I try not to eat sugar because it bothers my stomach and makes me break out, when your seven-year-old holds up their cone with a huge smile and offers to share, you take a lick! It immediately kicked in my ice cream cravings, so when we got home, I pulled out my Vitamix and whipped up this plant-based, sugar-free berry banana ice cream.

You only need four ingredients: frozen banana, frozen strawberries, and frozen raspberries, and a little unsweetened vanilla soy milk and this tasted so much like my kids' creemees, but I actually liked it more because it wasn't sickeningly sweet. Even my kids loved it and wanted their own bowls!

I topped mine with fresh fruit, but you could also add frozen fruit, nuts, shredded coconut, granola, or chocolate chips. It satisfied my sugar cravings, I felt energized and not at all bloated, even after a huge bowl, and love that a serving offers over seven grams of fiber and five grams of protein.

This superquick ice cream tastes best right after it's made, but you can also freeze extras for later — just leave it out to thaw for 30 minutes to get that soft consistency.

4-Ingredient Nice Cream

Jenny Sugar, from POPSUGAR Fitness

Vegan Sugar-Free Berry Banana Ice Cream Recipe


  1. 3/4 to 1 cup unsweetened vanilla plant-based milk (I used Silk Unsweetened Vanilla Protein Almond and Cashew Milk)
    2 frozen bananas
    1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries
    1/4 cup frozen raspberries


  1. In a high-speed blender or food processor, add three-quarters cup of the unsweetened vanilla milk, then the frozen fruit.
  2. Blend for several minutes until creamy. Add the other quarter cup if milk if you ant it creamier.
  3. Serve with your favorite toppings and enjoy!

Here's the nutritional info for one serving:


Calories per serving
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