4 ingredient Vegan orange creamsicle ice cream

This is my first time making orange creamsicle ice cream and this 4 ingredient Vegan orange creamsicle ice cream version is just to die for. Gluten free, vegan and easy to make. You don’t even need an ice cream maker.

4 ingredient vegan orange creamsicle ice cream | Eat Good 4 Life

If you have been following me for a while, you may have noticed that I use Silk products quite often for many of my recipes. I have actually partnered with Silk and have become an ambassador to bring you original and creative recipes especially for those with dietary restrictions. Here is my first recipe of the bunch so I hope you like it, especially because you were the ones that voted for this flavor!

While I make plenty of varieties of ice cream and frozen popsicles I think this 4 ingredient Vegan orange creamsicle ice cream has become one of our favorite flavors, especially for my kids.

It is hard to find vegan ice cream varieties that my friends and their kids will eat so making my own it is always the best alternative.

I love making healthier varieties of frozen treats. Now that the weather is perfect for it my kids request frozen popsicles and ice cream almost everyday. I am glad I am able to come up with varieties that they enjoy and that are good for them. We all know how conventional ice cream and frozen popsicle varieties can be full of unwanted ingredients.

For this 4 ingredient Vegan orange creamsicle ice cream I used a mixture of coconut cream and Silk light original soy milk. It was the perfect combination. Silk Soy Milk is Non-GMO, has 8 grams of Plant-Powered Protein per serving, and has 50% more calcium than dairy milk.

Most of the time I like alternating between soy milk and almond milk. I have also used their Silk cashew milk variety which is very creamy. I suggest you give it a try. The taste is out of this world.

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Before I forget, I would like to thank all of my readers and followers that voted for their favorite ice cream flavor. I promise that coconut lime and chai ice cream will be next. I will also be making it gluten free and vegan, so stay tuned!

If you want to start making your own ice cream varieties this recipe is a great start. It is not only vegan but easy to make, there is no ice cream maker required and it is made with real ingredients. This recipe is also great to make with your kids. 4 ingredients for this ice cream…that is all!!

Enjoy!

4 ingredient vegan orange creamsicle ice cream | Eat Good 4 Life

4 ingredient vegan orange creamsicle ice cream | Eat Good 4 Life

4 ingredient vegan orange creamsicle ice cream | Eat Good 4 Life

4 ingredient vegan orange creamsicle ice cream | Eat Good 4 Life

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4 ingredient Vegan orange creamsicle ice cream

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

Directions:

Add all the ingredients to your food processor and pulse until the ingredients come together and you obtain an ice cream consistency. You may have to brake the orange pieces into smaller chunks.

Serve immediately.

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15 comments

  1. My boys will love these. They look tasty and I love that they are good for you.

  2. I love that you didn’t add any refined sugar to these popsicles. They’ll make great treats this summer.

  3. These look gorgeous! My kids love to make popsicles as well. We’ll definitely be trying these ones!

  4. I am lactose intolerant and I am drooling over these dairy free bars! So adorable and only 4 ingredients!

  5. I love making my own homemade ice pops. My husband is lactose intolerant and this yogurt would be perfect to use.

  6. These look amazing! Thanks for sharing with us!

  7. Love, love, love those popsicles so much! Looks GORGEOUS and so delicious! Perfect for spring ;-)

  8. These popsicles look divine! I love the blueberries – definitely one of my favourite fruits! :D

  9. Unfortunately, these popsicles are not vegan since the Silk yogurt alternative is not vegan. See silk.com/faqs.

  10. I was curious if you had any recipes for items like this that don’t contain soy

  11. My grandsons are severly allergic to wheat, egg, nuts, and milk. We go through a lot of silk products. These look great but why the maple syrup?

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