How to Make Plant-Based Red Beet Ice Cream

 Vegan Red Beet Ice Cream Recipe


We all have memories of enjoying a delicious ice cream cone on a warm, sunshine-filled day. But for our dairy-free friends, it can be tough to find creamy, flavourful ice cream substitutes that taste like the real deal. And it can be even harder to find different flavours outside of your basic chocolate and vanilla. The best part? Vegan ice cream is simple to make at home with only a few ingredients, so you can experiment and enjoy multiple flavour combinations.


Be Fresh Beet Root Powder


The secret ingredient: red beet powder

This recipe for Red Beet Vegan Ice Cream is completely dairy-free, made smooth and creamy with coconut milk. If you’re raising an eyebrow at this combination of beets and ice cream, trust us—the flavours mix perfectly. We put our Red Beet Powder from Be Fresh to work, and it came out tasting like a dream. The ice cream is naturally sweet, and you can even add chocolate chips to give it more of a red velvet feel.

Try the recipe below to make your own dairy-free ice cream with beet root powder!

Vegan Red Beet Ice Cream Recipe

Red Beet Vegan Ice Cream

Author: Rachelle Morgan
A delicious, easy plant-based ice cream made with beet powder and coconut milk.
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  • Reconstitute coconut milk powder into cream by mixing with hot water.
  • Blend bananas and coconut cream in a food processor until smooth. Add in beet powder and vanilla extract. Include maple syrup for additional sweetness.
  • Pour mixture into a freezer-safe container and freeze for 3-6 hours. Serve and enjoy!
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Rachelle is the Communications & Social Strategist for SPUD, an avid writer, and true crime podcast host. When she's not designing the Instagram feed, you can find her cooking up a storm in the kitchen or enjoying a glass of rosé on a Vancouver patio.

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