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Serve up a dish of this chocolate avocado ice cream as a dessert this week. A tasty way to cool down on a hot summer day. Avocado ice cream is really easy to make, and best of all, this is a no churn ice cream.
No special equipment or tools needed to make a Whole30 ice cream that will satisfy your tastebuds.
Why Make This Avocado Ice Cream
- Minutes to whip up
- Simple Pantry Ingredients
- Healthy Ice Cream
- Offers nutrients in each decadent bite
- vegan friendly
- Whole30 approved ice cream
- Stores well in the freezer
- Sneak vegetables into your child’s diet
Ingredients For Avocado Ice Cream
- Can of Coconut Milk
- Almond milk or coconut milk
- Unsweetened cocoa powder
- Vanilla Extract
- Powder erythritol
How to Make Avocado Ice Cream
Start by taking your blender or a food processor and you will blend up all the ingredients until they are nice and pureed.
Then pour into a freezer container that is covered and store in the freezer.
Then you will freeze until your ice cream is fully set up.
How to Prevent Ice Crystals on No-Churn Ice
To prevent crystals forming in the avocado ice cream is stir every 20-30 minutes. This will need to be done till you can’t easily stir the ice cream.
This is going to help your no churn ice cream from getting so much ice that develops on top of the ice cream. You can skip this step, but it does help a lot.
You can also place plastic wrap on top of the lid, this will also help with the ice crystals on top. This works for any no-churn ice cream you make. It is a pretty handy tip to know and use.
How to Store Homemade Ice Cream
Now you don’t need anything special to freeze your ice cream. But I have found these ice cream containers with lids are great for preventing the ice crystals and freezer burn on your ice cream.
Otherwise, you can use a glass pan, metal etc. Just make sure you are covering it tightly before placing in the fridge.
Tips For Picking Ripe Avocados
It is no secret picking an underripe avocado is no fun. Here are some helpful tips for you to use when picking avocados at the store.
Look for bright colored avocados that don’t have any bruising. When you gently squeeze you want the avocado to be firm but offers a little give. Pay attention to any areas that are super soft, as those could be bad spots.
How can you ripen avocados faster?
10 minutes is all it takes to ripen avocadoes quickly. Wrap the avocados in aluminum foil, and place in a 200 degree oven for 10 minutes. Allow the avocadoes to cool a bit, then move on to making the ice cream.
Or for a slower method, you can do the paper bag option. Place your under-ripe avocadoes in a brown paper bag with a banana for a day to three days. The banana will release gas that helps your avocadoes ripen. I recommend checking the avocadoes each day to see how they are doing.
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Expert Tips and Variations
- Make sure your avocadoes are nice and ripe for this recipe.
- A food processor or blender are a must so you get the right creamy consistency without lumps. If your avocado is lumpy it will affect the texture and flavor.
- Drizzle with sugar free chocolate syrup, top with some walnuts, etc.
- Consider stirring in some chocolate chips in the ice cream for added flavor.
- Top with toasted coconut for a fun twist.
How Long Will This Ice Cream Store For
You can store your ice cream for 1-3 months. You will find it is best eaten within the first month of being made. You can run the risk of it creating freezer burn or ice crystals pretty fast if not stored properly.
Chocolate Avocado Ice Cream
- Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor. Blend until completely pureed.
- Transfer to a covered freezer container. Place in freezer.
- To avoid an icy texture, stir the ice cream every 20 minutes until the ice cream is too hard to stir easily. Place a small piece of plastic wrap on the top of the ice cream, cover, and store in the freezer.
- If ice cream becomes icy, thaw for 10 minutes prior to serving.