Strawberry Lemonade Ice Cream :: Dairy Free, Autoimmune Paleo

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In the spring and summer months, ice cream is a staple in our home.  Who am I kidding?  Ice cream is a staple in our home year round.  I LOVE ICE CREAM!  A lot.  

We are feeling the heat in Northern California.  Hot, sticky, stubborn heat.  This makes me want to relax all day and sip on my favorite homemade lemonade + eat lots and lots of refreshing, delectable, cooling ice cream.  Sounds lovely doesn’t it?

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Why Make Ice Cream at Home? 

1. It’s good for you!  Seriously, it is.  
Ice cream is one of my favorite nourishing snacks. Conventional store-bought ice cream is loaded with way too many ingredients + things that your body doesn’t recognize.  Homemade ice cream is nourishing + loaded with good fat … healthy fats are essential for our bodies.  

2. You can choose what ingredients to use … like coconut milk + organic maple syrup. 


3. Ice Cream is awesome. The End. 


Enough said … enjoy the ice cream! 

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Intimidated by the thought of making your own ice cream at home? Don’t be! It’s so easy and here are 5 Tips for Perfect Homemade Ice Cream.

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Strawberry Lemonade Ice Cream :: Dairy Free, Autoimmune Paleo
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Dairy-Free, Autoimmune Paleo
Serves: 8
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Add strawberries, lemon zest, lemon juice, maple syrup, vanilla + coconut milk to the blender.
  2. Blend on medium setting until smooth and combined. No strawberry chunks should remain.
  3. Prepare ice cream maker. Turn ice cream maker on and pour strawberry mixture into the ice cream maker. Mix according to your ice cream maker's instructions.
  4. Ice cream will start to have a "soft serve" texture {mine takes about 15-20 minutes}. This is my family's favorite way to eat it. If you prefer it to be a little firmer, use a wooden spoon to transfer ice cream to a large airtight container and place it in the freezer. Make sure to lick the spoon when you're done!
  5. Yield: Makes about 1 quart of ice cream.

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About Emily of Recipes to Nourish

Emily Sunwell-Vidaurri, author of Recipes to Nourish, is a holistic-minded, proud homebirth mommy of two amazing daughters.  She can frequently be found in the kitchen cooking with the man of her dreams {her husband} and spending time with her girls.  She is passionate about REAL food, holistic health, “green” living, natural birthing, baby wearing + gentle/peaceful parenting.  She drinks herbal tea infusions, craves kale chips and loves homemade ice cream made with raw honey.  In her spare time Emily blogs at Recipes to Nourish, a gluten-free blog focusing on Real Food and Holistic Health.  You can follow along and find her on FacebookPinterest Instagram
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Emily Sunwell-Vidaurri, author and founder of Recipes to Nourish, is a holistic-minded, proud homebirth mommy of two amazing daughters. She can frequently be found in the kitchen cooking from scratch with the man of her dreams {her husband}, spending time with her girls and daydreaming about being an urban homesteader. She is passionate about nourishing REAL food, home cooked meals, holistic health, "green" living, natural birthing, baby wearing + gentle/peaceful parenting. She drinks herbal tea infusions, craves kombucha and loves chocolate + homemade ice cream. Emily blogs at Recipes to Nourish, a gluten-free blog focusing on Real Food + Holistic Health. You can follow along and find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter + Periscope @Recipes2Nourish. 

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12 comments

  1. It’s appreciated the way you care about others. I will follow this website and support the company’s recommended. Bm

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    Bessie Mateo
    Posted 02/20/15

    • Hi Bessie – Thank you so much for your kind words! I am glad the info was helpful and thank you for your support! 🙂

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      Jessica Espinoza
      Posted 02/20/15

  2. I can’t have maple syru. Can I use coconut sugar in its place?

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    val
    Posted 03/26/15

  3. Thank you so much for the recipe. I just made the ice cream and it turned out great!

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    Catherine
    Posted 02/04/16

    • Ooooh yum! So glad you liked it! Thanks for taking the time to come back and let me know! 🙂

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      Jessica Espinoza
      Posted 02/05/16

  4. Coconut milk is giving me a tummy ache right now. How does almond milk do as an ice cream base?

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    Jessica
    Posted 05/03/16

    • Hi Jessica – It makes more of an ice milk texture. It has a much higher water content and not enough fat to make smooth and creamy ice cream. It also sets up WAY harder in the freezer due to the extra water. Hope that helps! 🙂

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      Jessica Espinoza
      Posted 05/04/16

  5. My father in law is diabetic. Is there a low glycemic sweetener substitute? Can I use Truvia?

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    Sarah
    Posted 05/30/16

    • Hi Sarah – It’s really going to depend on his personal needs, but I do know that some diabetics have been able to use stevia and the sugar alcohols (like xylitol, erythritol, etc.) without problems. That said, the should really check with his doctor just to make sure those are OK. Hope that helps! 🙂

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      Jessica Espinoza
      Posted 06/03/16

  6. I live in Alabama, and we have to have homemade ice cream in this sweltering summer heat! Made this today and it absolutely hit the spot! It is the best “ice cream” I’ve made so far this summer since being AIP. Even my husband (not AIP) reallllyyyy liked it! Thanks so much for this recipe!

    The second batch I made today, I put a little bit less lemon zest than the first batch, and I liked it better, but hubby liked the more lemon taste of the first batch. The second batch, I also went ahead and added the whole carton of the coconut milk (Aroy-D 8.5 oz) and it seemed to do just fine. I used the Rival ice cream maker and it was perfect at 15 minutes.

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    Lynda
    Posted 07/09/16

    • Oooooooh Lynda! So happy that this recipe hit the spot! Woot! That makes me happy! 🙂 Thank you for taking the time to swing back by and share! 🙂 P.S. My sister live in Alabama too! I should tell her to make this! 🙂

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      Jessica Espinoza
      Posted 07/10/16

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