Blog Posts - Vegan Ice Cream



Summer is NOT over— it's okay to eat soup and ice cream

Some bloggers have started posting autumn-friendly soup recipes accompanied by the sentiment they can't wait for summer to be over and have fall arrive. Don't get me wrong, I'm very fond of soup, and autumn, but please, let summer last a little longe...
by Andrea's easy vegan cooking on Sep 3, 2016

Simple and Scrumptious Mango and Avocado Vegan Ice Cream

Every so often a few culinary planets align and something magical happens on even the most mundane and boring days. One such moment happened last week. I had a perfectly ripe avocado. Only one.  And a perfectly ripe mango. Now I can always...

When Nature Gives You Pineapple Guava, Make Sorbet. Without An Ice Cream Machine!

             In LA I was always a plant scavenger, a climber of fences, and scaler of walls. I loved going after the stuff people overlooked, the stuff people ignored, the stuff nobody wante...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Oct 7, 2014

Persimmon Ice Cream. No Dairy, No Sugar, No Time. Fast Fast Fast!

       I've started to realize lately that there is a lot of unfinished business going on with me. For the last two plus years I've been involved to one extent or another with elder care, end of life care, along with our...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Feb 10, 2014

Crossfit is not for me

So hubby decides to buy me a 30 class Groupon w/o asking me. Not yoga, pilates or Zumba (3 classes I enjoy) but crossfit. Umm what? According to Wikipedia, "CrossFit advocates a mix of aerobic exercise, gymnastics (body weight exercises), and Ol...

Resale sundae

The glasses sitting upside down in the cupboard. I love resale shops, estate sales, garage sales, Goodwill, Craigslist etc. When I look around my house and my closet, large amounts of what I see came from these sources — not junk, mind you, but g...
by Andrea's easy vegan cooking on Aug 6, 2013

Mango Sorbet with Lemon Thyme

  Summer…     What is a summer without having to relish a few popsicles, especially with the kids? Come summer vacation and it  kind of becomes a routine in our home to make one set after another, with help of little T now. &...
by eCurry on Jul 6, 2013

July 4th Specials. Recipes For a Cookout

   As I sit here planning my July 4th menu, trying to figure out what will make my life a little bit easier, and the holiday a lot more enjoyable, I started flipping through my recipes looking for the ones have been crowd pleasers and also...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Jul 3, 2013

Homemade Chocolate Cookie Dough Ice Cream – Vegan and Gluten Free

Recipe available at My Man’s Belly...
by Ice Creamed - Ice Cream Heaven on May 19, 2013

Fast Vegan Ice Cream. Summer Is Coming!

    Summer is coming. Growing up in San Francisco's Sunset District, those words had a bit of a different image for me than for most people.You see, Summer in The City is not hot fun, hot times or any other song lyrics. Summer In The C...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on May 9, 2013

Blackberry Coconut Sorbet

 Blackberry Coconut Sorbet.  Three ingredients.  No dairy.  Little sugar.  Pure bliss.  And?  (Come closer...)  No ice cream maker needed.  I know.  It's pretty awesome. Coconut milk is my favorite non-dairy milk.   It's such a g...
by Cafe Johnsonia on Apr 30, 2013

Raw Vegan Strawberry Ice Cream

Recipe available at Renegade Health...
by Ice Creamed - Ice Cream Heaven on Apr 19, 2013

Healthy Recipe – Banana Ice Cream

  Prep time: 5 minutes Freeze time: 1 to 2 hours Processor time: less than 5 minutes It really does work!  YOU CAN make ice cream from frozen bananas!  Plus your add-ins are only limited by your taste buds and imagination. Processing frozen ba...
by WellJourn on Sep 14, 2012

Peach, Lime and Coconut Pops for Collaborative Curry

  No summer is complete without the fruity frozen pops. Today we have a refreshing twist to the classic Peaches and Cream.     Besides making the fun summer treats for the kids, they make memories; memories of summer vacations, of af...
by eCurry on Sep 5, 2012

The Mango The Avocado and The Pom Part 2. Three Quick Fixes.

   I've always wanted an avocado tree. For years I lived in LA where almost every yard has an avocado tree. Ours was no different, except the only thing that hung out on the branches of our avocado tree was a bunch of delinquent squirrels,...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Jun 30, 2012

Pipino Vegetarian Restaurant by Pino- Go Vegan!

If there's one thing that I missed during my US trip, it would be the healthy selections of food we tried before I left Manila. Few weeks back before my departure, I've got to try Sugarleaf, Quantum Cafe and lastly Pipino Vegetarian Food by Pino...
by Itsberyllicious on Jun 21, 2012

Peach-Rose Water Sorbet

Peaches are not in season in Utah, but I am patiently waiting for them to grow and ripen. We had such a beautiful, warm Spring that I'm pretty sure we'll have early peaches this year.  I pulled out my last bag of frozen sliced peaches...
by Cafe Johnsonia on May 19, 2012

Indian Spiced Pear Honey Sorbet

I had a busy weekend. Do you ever have those weekends where you're glad to see Monday come? Nah, me either. I'm never glad to see Monday come. :) My birthday is tomorrow. I will turn 31. This year I am feeling much better about getting...
by Cafe Johnsonia on Mar 19, 2012

Strawberry Sorbet

My children love ice cream. In this hot weather, they’re having it at least once a day, usually twice, and sometimes even before breakfast. (Shhh! Don’t tell grandma!) So I was thrilled to discover a great recipe for healthy ice cream by...
by The Hungry Australian on Jan 29, 2012


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