Just because you cannot or choose not to have dairy, it does not mean you cannot enjoy a frozen dessert with a dairy free ice cream or sorbet.
Refreshing and fruity, this is the perfect sorbet for a summers day. If you can't find fresh raspberries frozen will do!
This recipe is great for hot summer afternoons or a cold dessert. For one cup of mashed bananas, you will need about 3 small bananas.
Great on a summer's day to cool off.
I live in a peach growing area so I make this a lot. There's nothing quite so refreshing as peach sorbet!
This is a wonderful dairy free ice cream that is rich in chocolate that is an ideal accompaniment to your favourite dessert.
I am going to warn you straight off the bat before I proceed any further - this ice-cream is hard to quit eating! So if you are prepared for a few extra calories on the lips and hips, and get excited by bananas, look no further than this delectable vegan banana ice-cream.
This vegan coconut ice cream was inspired by my many trips to Thailand and is absolutely divine! One really important thing about making coconut ice cream – the base must be really well chilled before churning in the ice cream maker or the ice cream will be too soft and slushy. Try and chill it for a minimum of three or fours hours. Overnight is actually preferable for the best results. This recipe is a fantastic allergy-friendly alternative to conventional ice creams.
This rich, creamy, chocolate ice cream with hints of coconut and coffee is dairy-free, yet still tastes great.
I was looking for a way to use up some zucchini and I came up with the idea of turning it into a sorbet with lemon. It is beautiful and tasty! My son had no idea he was eating his least favourite vegetable!
This paleo friendly blueberry and lavender ice cream is incredibly vibrant and tastes delicious. A wonderful healthy alternative to regular ice cream, especially during the summer months when you can gather your own lavender and blueberries.