Strawberry Ice Cream Recipe

strawberry ice cream

I know I say this with each new entry of Ice Cream flavors but this Strawberry Ice Cream Recipe is

by far my favorite Ice cream that I have ever made.

Plus it is dairy and sugar free and doesn’t leave me feeling unsatisfied in fact I feel great after eating it! Ice Cream is  one of my favorite foods and I love all of the flavors but when I can master a basic flavor without sugar or milk I get very excited. So, I hope you like this Ice Cream Recipe as much as I do and please let me know what you think of it by commenting below.

So let’s get to the good stuff, here is the recipe!

2 Cups of Frozen Strawberries

1 Cup of Honey

2 Tablespoons Vanilla Extract

14 ounce can of Coconut Milk

Mix all of the ingredients in a blender until it is a milkshake like consistency, fight off the urge to drink it!

ice cream maker

Add mixture to your ice cream maker for about 15 minutes. Serve and Enjoy! This stores great in a freezer set at 3 degrees in an airtight container.

strawberry ice cream plate

Since this is dairy free and sugar free it is also a SCD friendly recipe!


  1. Linda+Bradshaw says:

    I would love to try this. It sounds so good. I bet it is amazing.

  2. ooooh this looks so good!!

  3. I wanted to ask a few questions about this recipe. I made it and it taste bad and smelled pungent. Are the ingredients posted correct? Do you use 2 Tablespoons of vanilla and a whole cup of Honey? Also, I am not familiar with coconut milk. I have never used it. What is it supposed to look and taste like? Thank you for your reply to help me with this recipe. 🙂

    • Hi Donna! Thanks for stopping by and trying the recipe. I am sorry to hear it didn’t come out the way you had hoped. When I make this ice cream for my family I follow this recipe exactly and they love it. I make it for myself a lot and usually use about half of the honey because I don’t need it to be so sweet plus the coconut milk I buy tastes sweet already so you can definitly try it with less and add more if neccesary. I usually put my ingredients into the blender and taste a teaspoon before putting it into the ice cream maker. This is a great way to see if it needs a little more sweetness but it should never have a bad odor. The coconut milk I use comes in a can and is a white creamy liquid thicker than milk that smells good whenever I use it. Did you check the date on your coconut milk? Which brand did you try, that may be the culprit. I use a brand called NUOC COT DUa often and have never hada bad batch. When purchasing I check the expiration dates and they are usuall about 2 years out. I purchase mine at a local store called Hyvee but I’m sure you can find it at other stores. It is located in the Asian foods section at my local store. I hoped this helped and I prmoise you this recipe is as creamy and delicious as it looks, I hope you have better luck next time. Thanks again for stopping by and I hope to hear back from you about how it turned out.


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