Paleo Strawberry Ice Cream (Vegan, AIP, Whole30)

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Last Updated on December 16, 2023

Looking for the perfect Paleo Ice Cream recipe? This Dairy-free Strawberry Ice Cream is a sweet dream and is vegan to boot!

strawberry ice cream paleo vegan

Summer is here and I have only so many days to eat as much ice cream as possible.  Please tell me I’m not the only one who binges on the sweet, creamy stuff every time the temperature hits 70 degrees (that’s hot as Africa in Portland).

It had to be kismet that I got a copy of Kelly, of the Spunky Coconut‘s, new book Dairy-Free Ice Cream.  Inside are 75 delicious recipes for sweet treats and just a few gems that caught my eye are the Fried Banana Ice Cream, Salted Caramel Ice Cream, Rocky Road Ice Cream, Brownie Batter Ice Cream, Chocolate Whoopie Pie Cakes, and Honey Marshmallow Fluff.

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, this book needs to be in your cookbook library now.  Thank the Universe you can’t gain weight from just looking at delicious sweets because I would have had to break out my stretchy pants after drooling all over this book for a solid day. One thing I noticed about this recipe is that it falls into a Whole30 Dessert recipe. Ok, now, you’re probably thinking “What desserts can I have on Whole30?” Now, Whole30 guidelines are pretty strict about not eating dessert. I personally would prefer to eat a real food dessert than break down and eat a box of krispy kremes. Ok, enough about that!

Now that I’ve told you how lovely this cookbook is, you can try out the divine Strawberry Ice Cream Recipe for this book.

What you’ll need for this Recipe:

How to Make  Paleo Strawberry Ice Cream Recipe

Put the strawberries and coconut milk in a blender and puree until smooth.

Add the dates, almond, cashew, or hemp milk, lemon juice, vanilla extract.

Puree until smooth.

Freeze for about an hour or refrigerate until cold.

Pour into the ice cream machine and churn per the manufacturer’s instructions.

Eat right away or freeze until hard for pretty scoops.

If you like this Paleo Strawberry Ice Cream recipe, you’ll love:

Strawberry Mousse (Vegan, AIP)

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Strawberry Ice Cream

Strawberry Ice Cream

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

Recipe from the book Dairy-free Ice Cream. The Paleo Ice Cream is filled with fresh strawberries and uses dates as the sweetener


  1. Put the strawberries and coconut milk in a blender and puree until smooth.
  2. Add the dates, almond, cashew, or hemp milk, lemon juice, vanilla extract.
  3. Puree until smooth.
  4. Freeze for about an hour or refrigerate until cold.
  5. Pour into the ice cream machine and churn per the manufacturer's instructions.
  6. Eat right away or freeze until hard for pretty scoops.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 105Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 6mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 2gSugar: 17gProtein: 2g

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Paleo Strawberry Ice Cream

156 thoughts on “Paleo Strawberry Ice Cream (Vegan, AIP, Whole30)”

  1. We love strawberry icecream….actually any type of icecream lol but strawberry is one of our family favorites. I’ve tried making it in the icecream maker before but that was before Paleo with sugar and so on….I’d love to try this with the almond milk and dates.

  2. Oh I love strawberry ice cream! And more and more, I’m loving all of the healthy, dairy free ice cream recipes I’m finding on the net. I love the spunky coconut and would love to add this book to my ‘healthy cookbook’ collection πŸ™‚

  3. I’m curious how different these recipes are from her previous books. They do look yummy! Strawberries are pretty killer here right now, so you picked a good one to focus on. πŸ™‚

  4. Love this! I hope the dates make it a bit creamier than coconut milk alone! It always has an icy consistency when frozen…

  5. What ice cream maker would you suggest? Considering ice cream is one of my favorite foods (I’ll eat it when it’s below freezing outside!) I NEED this book!

  6. My daughter is lactose intolerant this would be an awesome giveaway to win. And the strawberry recipe is delicious!

  7. I have not made any desserts since starting AIP because I have been too scared! I am so excited for this cookbook so that I can get over my fear and start experimenting πŸ™‚

  8. I would love to have a copy of your book! I’ve been dairy free for 4 years, and paleo for 1 month, and it’s changed my life!

  9. I recently made a spicy strawberry chutney that would be perfect as a sauce over this ice cream. Thanks for the recipe and the give-away.

  10. Oh my goodness! This is so timely. I have been dairy free for a year and a half and I’m really craving ice cream! So excited to try the recipe and I’d love to have the whole cookbook. Awesome!

  11. I am hooked on “healthy” vegan coconut ice cream and converting all of my family and friends with just one taste! I would LOVE to own this cook book and experiment with new amazing creations!

  12. We are ice cream freaks…especially my 14 year old. He wants it every night…so I like to keep healthy versions in the freezer. Thank you!!!

  13. I love exploring creative new ways to make “ice cream” without the dairy. It’s 109 here in the desert today, and summer has barely started! I’d sure love a copy of that book. πŸ™‚

  14. Ooooh! This looks very yummy. I just got a ton of strawberries out of my mom’s garden. Now I know what to do with them all. Any ideas, though, on what I can use instead of the dates? Because of a yeast allergy i can’t have any dried fruits.

  15. My friend is lactose intolerant and I promised to make her a dairy-free ice cream cake for her birthday. This would make it so much easier! πŸ˜€

  16. I have slowly been taking dairy out of my diet, but homemade ice cream did not sound promising. This sounds great!

  17. Thank you for sharing this recipe! I love ice cream and what could be better than fresh strawberry ice cream during the hot summer months? I also appreciate that it’s fruit-sweetened!

  18. This looks so yummy! I absolutely love ice-cream! I might even try making it with blueberries, since I have them on hand! Thanks for the recipe!

  19. Sounds interesting. I am new to paleo in a sense. I am gluten intolerant and that lends itself nicely to paleo. I love to bake but it is a bother for GF stuff, soo much of it to put together so I mostly do veggies and protien. TY for recipe.

  20. My family loves ice cream! (Who doesn’t, really.) I got an ice cream maker for a wedding gift 6 years ago and never used it once. I think my husband might have sold it at a garage sale…. I’m seriously considering getting a new one just to make this ice cream πŸ™‚

  21. would love to win this since i have cut out diary for the first time EVA! I’m struggling a bit especially when it comes to ice cream. i desperately miss the creamy richness of ice cream.

  22. Yummy!! That strawberry ice cream looks so good! I just bought an ice cream maker and would love to win Kelly’s recipe book.

  23. Lovely giveaway, I have been looking for a healthier alternative for making desserts for my family. I can’t wait to try this icecream recipe. Thank you!

  24. Thanks to Kelly B. of the Spunky Coconut for directing me to your wonderful blog! Looking forward to checking it out more, and also hopefully WINNING the DF ICECREAM book. πŸ™‚ Hope

  25. Yummy… this looks delicious. I am so looking forward to trying this recipe and all of Kelly’s ice cream recipes too!

  26. How we love your 1st ice cream book! I have made over 20 kinds! MMM! The ice cream is so tasty that I always keep 5 different kinds in my freezer, in all seasons! So nummy to have healthy tasty choices! Would love to have the new edition!

  27. Strawberries are so good and I would love to win Kelly’s book as my daughter just got me the ice cream attachment for my Kitchen Aid mixer. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  28. Just made my first dairy free ice cream last night and it was amazing! I’d love to keep the recipes flowing….and the ice cream maker churning!

  29. Since giving up dairy for health reasons six months ago, I have remained dairy free and not even tried to incorporate a dairy free substitute and have avoided any recipe that would remind me of what I was missing and get me back to the two things I love the most, ice cream and cheese. I am at a point now where I think I can start substituting for the things I miss the most and make things dairy free. These recipes sound awesome. I would like to add to my new collection of healthy cookbooks.

  30. This would be great! My son (3 years old) was recently diagnosed with Crohns and it seems dairy is one of his triggers for flare-ups so I have been experimenting with dairy free ice cream. This book would help me a lot. Also, I see in the strawberry ice cream recipe above that there is no refined sugar added and I am always looking for a way to sweeten food with as little sugar as possible. Also, I have to slip veggies into my kids diet and ice cream (believe it or not) is a way to hide greens and other veggies.

  31. I need to look into getting this book – our daughter needs to really watch how much dairy she eats and ice cream is a big trigger for her. It would be nice to make some at home for her, rather than buying the really pricey non-dairy pints at the store.

  32. Hope you are having a lovely day and thank you so much for the opportunity to win this book! With so many books I feel I need it would be nice to be able to get one for free. hahah plus, strawberry ice cream is my son’s FAVORITE!

  33. I love strawberry ice cream but it is surprisingly hard to find a vegan one in the store. The recipe looks easy and delicious, cannot wait to try it.


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