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Toasted Marshmallow Ice Cream

Question:

What does marshmallow ice cream taste like?

marshmallow ice cream

It tastes like a big, fat, gooey, sticky marshmallow.

Big, fat, gooey, sticky.

And with just 4 ingredients, it can be yours in 10 minutes flat.

smores ice cream

 

Marshmallow Ice Cream

(Adapted from Vegan a la Mode)

  • 2 cups milk of choice
  • 2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • pinch salt
  • 1 container Ricemellow Crème, or 10 oz marshmallows (Sweet&Sara and Dandies both make vegan marshmallows) (You could probably use 10 oz Smuckers marshmallow fluff, which—albeit high in artificial ingredients—is vegan.)
  • option: 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips
  • option: 1/2 cup graham crackers or Healthy Graham Crackers

CCK’s easy version: Combine all ingredients (except optional ingredients) and stir very well, being sure to break up any clumps of the marshmallow fluff. (My version uses the fluff. See Hannah’s version, below, if you’d prefer to use real marshmallows.)  If you have an ice cream maker, process according to manufacturer’s directions. See “nutrition” link below if you don’t have an ice cream maker. At the end, stir in optional ingredients, if using. Transfer to an airtight container, and chill in the freezer for an hour or so, until true ice-cream consistency is reached.

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Or you can try Hannah’s “toasted marshmallow” version (reprinted with permission from Vegan a la Mode): Heat the broiler of your oven to high and generously grease a jelly roll pan or rimmed baking sheet. Spread the marshmallow crème out in a thin, even layer or sprinkle on the marshmallows so that none overlap. Broil for 5-10 minutes, until the top is golden brown and bubbly and your kitchen smells like a sweet campfire. Keep a very close eye on the oven the whole time, because as any camper can tell you, marshmallows go from perfectly toasted and delicious to positively incinerated in no time. Cool 15-30 minutes before proceeding. Scrape the toasted marshmallow cream or plain marshmallows off the baking sheet and into your blender. Add the remaining ingredients, and puree until smooth. Transfer the base into a smaller pitcher, and chill thoroughly for at least 3 hours before churning in your ice cream machine according to the manufacturer’s directions. Transfer the soft ice cream to an airtight container, and store it in the freezer for another three hours minimum, until frozen solid, before serving.

marshmallow ice cream

Above, marshmallow ice cream topped with “Healthy” Chocolate Syrup.

In a cute Anthropologie dish that was just three dollars!

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Published on August 12, 2012

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  1. Allison says

    I would definitely want to try Toffee Crunch flavor! Toffee is so good… and so is this recipe! I’m excited to try it.

  2. Brianne says

    This looks delicious. I think we have an ice cream maker downstairs somewhere…I need to dig it out and give this a try!

    This cookbook sounds wonderful. I would LOVE to try the Pistachio Praline Ice Cream. I used to have quite the weakness for Pistachio pudding. 🙂

  3. Sabrina says

    Wow, I just looked up Vegan A La Mode and the Pb Bombshell with some of the Jam ice cream would be great to serve at an end of summer bbq! And maybe some of your marshmallow ice cream around a bonfire later! With some of your homemade graham crackers and chocolate sauce mmmm, I’m making myself hungry already!

  4. Sarah says

    You’ve convinced me.

    I’m buying the cookbook even if I don’t win the giveaway! 🙂
    But I’ll be making the Shirley Temple Sorbet first thing!

    • Sarah says

      P.S. Thanks for letting us know about this cookbook. I’m transitioning to vegan, and I think it’s just gotten a lot easier thanks to Hannah Kaminsky! 😉
      Hannah, if you’re reading this, thank you!

  5. Marissa says

    Toffee Crunch! I have a hard time finding vegan toffee and don’t have the means to make it from scratch . YUMM

  6. Lisa says

    Between this recipe and the sprinkles recipe, there is NO WAY I can survive without the cookbook now that I know it exists. I will have to get it from Amazon if I don’t win.

    Please pick me!

  7. Alison says

    I’d definitely have to try the Birthday Cake ice cream first! Your blog has resulted in me buying a food processor (I have no idea how I went this long without one, really!) and having serious thoughts about an ice cream maker. More recipes like this, and that ice cream maker will be mine in no time!

  8. Lauren K says

    Woah, this is a toughie. There are so many good recipes in there, just from taking a quick look. I think I’d have to go with Tiramisu, though. A book of just vegan ice creams? Sign me up!

  9. Alexa says

    I definitely want to try her Toasted Marshmallow version. Smores and one of the treats I miss most and I can never get ahold of vegan marshmallows when I need them.
    I recently bought a single serve ice cream machine…inspired by your blog…and would love to try all her flavors (even this winter!)
    On a side note: where are some good places to get ricemellow creme?

    🙂

  10. Emma says

    Vegan red velvet ice cream?!?
    I don’t want to wait for the giveaway winner to even be announced. Where can I buy the book???
    Besides amazon, since I don’t like buying online. Would barnes and nobles have it?

  11. Claire says

    I would LOVE to try red velvet! Freezing this ice cream as we speak! Gonna try it the old-fashion way- in the freezer. Don’t know where our ice cream maker is! Any tips to making this without an ice cream maker?

  12. Jordan says

    Marshmallow and ice cream?! My two favorite things combined into one must-try dessert! The red velvet sounds like it would be fantastic too!

  13. Rachel Yance says

    Hi Katie,
    I would love to try the Strawberry Lemon Curd ice cream, it sounds simple yet elegant. This cookbook would also be great because my grandmother can’t eat dairy but loves her ice-cream;-)

  14. Carolyn says

    Smucker’s marshmallow fluff is vegan??!?!!!?! You just blew my mind!

    I absolutely LOVE your blog by the way! 😀

  15. Nancy says

    All these ice creams sound wonderful! I like a soft ice cream on a hot afternoon. Mainly, vanilla with chocolate. Would love to win the cookbook! I need ideas of what to fix badly! Thank you!

  16. Andrea says

    I want to try THIS flavor first! I love anything marshmallow 🙂 I finally tried some vegan marshmallows yesterday at Veggie Fest (Dandies brand) and soo wish they sold them near me!

  17. Kendra says

    That ice cream looks SO delicious!! I should really try to find an inexpensive ice cream maker on Amazon so that I can easily make all your delicious ice cream recipes:) And I would love to try the Pumpkin Pie ice cream from Vegan A La Mode.

  18. Tricia says

    German chocolate sounds sooo heavenly! Definitely would love to try that! Plus that toasted marshmellow ice cream, of course! I havent had marshmellows in sooo long!

  19. Amber L. says

    I would love to try the chai flavor. But really I would like to look through it with my one year old daughter and let her choose new favors (colors) to try.

  20. Lainey says

    Definitely German Chocolate! <3 Coconut. Although, ice cream is ice cream and I would gladly eat any flavor 😉

  21. Brenda F. says

    I would love to try the toffee crunch. Sounds divine
    Thank you for all of your great recipes. I have made A LOT of them and love them all.

  22. Alyson Happymeal says

    Definitely the TURKISH COFFEE ICE CREAM! I would easily sneakily-substitute this into my coffee cup in the morning before my 2 hr commute to work – I feel safe telling people here, because as we are all just a little crazy for sweets, I will not be judged but applauded for such an ingenious idea 🙂 I love living in this head of mine….

  23. EMC says

    So many options! And they ALL look good. I’ve been eyeing this one… it’s in my Amazon cart already, but it’d be just that much better to win it! I think I’d have to go with either the Marzipan Madness one (I used to snitch little bites of marzipan from the fridge as a kid) or the Buttery Popcorn… though the Rosemary-Pecan, Cheesecake and French Toast options all also sound divine…. Yummmy. Thanks for this giveaway!

    Now if only I could find Ricemallow locally so I could do the marshmallow ice cream. I did find an ebook called “Vegan Marshmallows Gone Wild” so I think I’ll try making my own again in the near future… 🙂

  24. Deckled Edges says

    I tried a marshmallow ice cream last week and it turned out being more like frozen whipped cream than anything else. I’m excited to give this one a try!

    Toffee Crunch sounds amazing!

  25. Alan says

    MMM from the flavors you listed I would have to say Red Velvet but from the listings on Amazon the Turkish Coffee Sounds quite interesting!

  26. Jacqueline says

    This looks amazing! Especially the toasted version seeing as nothing is better then toasted marshmallows at a bonfire!

    I would definitely want to try the German Chocolate first though! Anything chocolate is basically guaranteed to be a winner, and extremely delicious!!

  27. Tamalyn says

    Oooh, a COOKBOOK? I’ve been wanting one for years, only my parents think the internet is just as good. And now that I’m going vegan for awhile, well, I want it so bad. I think I’d try the Peanut Butter Bombshell first. Maybe I’ll change it so it’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Bombshell. Then definitely cheesecake….

    Katie, I know you have the final decision, and that I don’t qualify any more than anyone else, but if you’d see fit, I’d really like it!

  28. Mindy D says

    German Chocolate sounds lovely. I’m transitioning to a plant-based diet and I would love to win this book!! Thanks for the give away.

  29. kara says

    chocolate cabernet appeals to the red wine drinker in me, but the photo on the cover of green ice cream and what looks like a cucumber garnish appeals to the part of me who loves unconventional foods and longs to challenge what is so-called “normal” eating!

  30. Jeri says

    German chocolate is my favorite flavor! I made chocolate chip waffles using your chocolate chip cookie dough recipe! They were yummy! If I had read this first, they might haves morphed into toasted coconut chocolate chip pancakes! Maybe after vacation, they will! Thanks for all the great recipes and cooking inspiration!

  31. Jaime Almond says

    Ok, so this recipe is super exciting because I happen to have a package of Sweet & Sara marshmallows that I was wondering what to do with.

    I want to try Chocolate Cabernet! Yummo!!!

  32. Kim Alcock says

    I would definitely want to try the Toffee Crunch! Yum! And I cant wait to try the Marshmallow Ice Cream…mmmmmmm

  33. Emily says

    Looks amazing Katie !! 😀 Thanks for sharing such a wonderful looking dessert !
    I would love to try red velvet ! That would be amazing ! 😀 Thanks !

  34. Kat says

    I just got an ice cream maker from my bridal shower, and I would love to win this cookbook! I want to try the Rose Petal ice cream first because my fiance loves roses and loves to add rosewater to tea. I think that exotic flavor would be right up our alley. Plus I have been struggling to find really good vegan ice cream recipes online.

  35. Calee says

    Red velvet I think, although toffee crunch is a close second. I’m lactose intolerant, so these recipes are awesome. I usually do sorbet, but sometimes you just miss the creaminess factor!

  36. Kayla says

    I’m definitely making the Red Velvet if I get the book and as soon as I can get to the store I’m making the marshmallow ice cream!

  37. Ashley says

    Hands down red velvet!! My boyfriend and I can’t help ourselves when we see a red velvet cake…it’s a problem. 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win!

  38. Erika says

    Toasted Marshmallow? That’s my favorite sweet flavor ever! I’m gonna have to try this:)

    As for Vegan a la mode? If it can really promise amazing ice creams that don’t taste vegan, I’ll try any of them! I have a weakness for Red Velvet cake though…I’d probably try that recipe first:)

  39. Aubrey says

    What I’ve cream maker and food processor do you recommend for a single gal:)? And can you do some coconut flour recipes:)

    I really want to try toffee crunch!
    Than you!

  40. Lauren says

    I’d love to try german chocolate! I recently tried german chocolate cake for the first time and fell in love with the combination of chocolate and coconut.

  41. Victoria says

    Wow really?! Vegan RED VELVET ice cream?! I’m sold. Actually, I’m more than sold. I’m like, COMMITTED in a monogamous RELATIONSHIP with ice cream so this is basically the pinnacle of awesome. :]
    I tried this ice cream today and it was so good! I did it the CCK way and then ate it for breakfast. Yes, breakfast. Did I mention I LOVE ice cream? :]
    By the way, I did a re-run of your chocolate chip cookie dough dip with a real food processor (you probably don’t remember, but I was like the only one out of 10 million who didn’t like it). I take back all I said! It definitely just needed a food processor to blend everything sufficiently. Now I make it weekly!

  42. Sam says

    I think that I want to try the toasted marshmallow first, because marshmallow anything is amazing. Either that or red velvet.

  43. Haleigh says

    I would love to try the german chocolate and the red velvet! I just love chocolate and coconut. Red velvet us what I make for our anniversary every year! Just so good! Will the red velvet one have cream cheese frosting or the original?(original has flour ,milk, sugar, butter and vanilla) its the best!!!

  44. Jessica says

    Oh my goodness… This looks so delicious! I can hardly wait to pick up some vegan marshmallows soon!
    I would definitely try the German Chocolate flavor first! Chocolate and coconut are my absolute favorite flavors together, and I have never tried it together in ice cream before!

  45. Kmoody says

    I had never even heard of that book! A better question is: “Is there a flavor I’m not psyched to try?”. This marshmallow ice cream will be made this week, no question!

  46. Nandini says

    Something chocolate!! Or maybe the toffee one.. Mango colada and rose petal sound yum too. This is too hard to decide – please pick me so I can try them all!

  47. Destiny says

    Hi Katie!! I’d die(no i’d actually keep living just to eat) for the Red Velvet ice cream!! Lol! Thanks for the giveaway!

  48. Doroteia says

    I think in your last post there was something about chocolate covered potato chip – so if there is .. it would be that.. if I am wrong.. I would try the toffee crunch! Sounds amazing! 🙂

  49. crystsl says

    I thought you hated giveaways because of immense amount of emails you get? Anyways I would love to try red velvet

  50. Elizabeth says

    I sm sticking (no pun intended) to Toasted Marshmallow as the first recipe to make. These photos are swaying my decision!

  51. Anna Banana says

    Definitely the toasted marshmallow with bits of graham cracker! I think topping it with chocolate sauce (or chocolate magic shell) would be the best on a warm August evening.

  52. Jade C says

    Wow, that sounds gorgeous, roasted marshmallow!! Unfortunately over here we don’t seem to have any vegan marshmallows ..or Ricemallow :/ . I’m in the UK..
    Mouse Tracks ice cream sounds amazing from reviews I have read!! I would HAVE to make that one first 😀 it has peanut butter AND chocolate AND caramel :O !!

  53. Gaby says

    I HAVE to try the chocolate sorbetto! I mean its chocolate so yeah :L Im not even vegan but that doesnt mean i cant enjoy delicious vegan food! 😀 After that would be toffe crunch, or maybe i could transform both into some kind of chocolate toffee swirl thing,mdrooling already. I seriously ned to gind the attachment for my ice cream maker…..

  54. Katie G says

    Hey if there’s any sort fo double chocolate fudgy type of ice cream in there I would DEFINITELY make that first! 😉

  55. Elise says

    …Is the green one on the lower right of the cover cucumber?? It looks like a cucumber garnish. Either that one or German Chocolate, ’cause I’m a sucker for anything chocolate + coconut! 🙂

  56. Caitlin the careful omnivore says

    Hi Katie!

    I am a HUGE red velvet fan. Like, ridiculously obsessed. I think my husband would be a bigger lemon fan, or lemon with anything fan, so I’d probably try something like that for him first. But it sounds like I would like any flavor in the book!

    Thanks!

  57. Sarah the official CCK drooler says

    Toffee Crunch HANDS DOWN!!!
    And this post was PERFECT after a long hot morning in church. But I suffered through. I do so love church. and marshmallow ice cream 🙂

  58. Mary Kate says

    This looks AMAZING! I would definitely go for the German chocolate. I mean, we are talking about chocolate here 🙂

  59. Pauline says

    “TOFFEE CRUNCH”

    I love your recipes, I have tried a number of them and they are so simple and so tasty.

    Love your work!

  60. Sami says

    Blueberry Muffin Ice Cream?? Oh my, I need that book! I’d also like to try the Naked Frozen Yogurt so I could top it with anything!!!

  61. Lisa says

    Your marshmallow ice cream looks delicious. I’m definitely going to try it. I’ve never seen this marshmallow fluff you speak of or perhaps I’ve never paid attention to it. I will have to keep an eye out for it!

    As for the cookbook, definitely want to try birthday cake ice cream!! I used to LOVE going to places like marble slam and getting that ice cream with a brownie and chocolate syrup. I’m going to be dreaming about it now. 🙂

  62. sharon says

    wow, what a hard decision. probably toffee crunch or blueberry-balsamic. 🙂 hmm, but turkish coffee sounds good too… :/

  63. Kit-Kat says

    I’ve never seen ricemallow creme! I loved marshmallows as a kid (and the creme even more, straight off the spoon), so I have to find this stuff and make this ice cream!

    I would love to try the toffee crunch ice cream in the new book. It would be an awesome recipe to try out! 🙂

  64. brianna says

    I’d love to try the toffee crunch. That marshmallow ice cream looks amazing, though. It’s making me want to eat smores.

  65. Shawnee says

    I think toffee crunch and peanut butter bombshell would be amazing! I’ve been wanting to buy this book but my parents only give me a set amount of grocery money and I haven’t had any extra! But I’m planning on saving for it(: Maybe the birthday cake too! They all sound great..

  66. Emily V. says

    Oooh, the toffee one. I’m not vegan (or even strictly vegetarian) but I’m working on it. It’s hard for me to find dairy ice cream that doesn’t use wheat gluten as a binder–I’m really allergic–so I end up doing without a lot. This sounds convenient and compassionate too!

  67. Rebecca says

    I saw that book in Barnes and Nobles the other day and so many things looked amazing but now I don’t remember what they were! Maybe I’d try the oatmeal raisin cookie flavor first.

  68. Kristin says

    for me I can’t wait to try Chocolate-Cabernet Ice Cream. Chocolate and wine. Two of the best things out there!

  69. Sage says

    This book looks amazing, marshmallows are my ultimate weakness! I would love to try the toffee crunch, sounds delicious.

  70. Donna Hopper says

    I want to try the Blue Moon Ice cream recipe. It’s really unique looking and I bet it is delicious! The color is beautiful and different than anything I’ve ever tried.

  71. Shannonmarie (Rawdorable) says

    I love red velvet anything. That’s definitely the flavor I’d try first. My almost 3-year-old (my daughter Hayden is actually turning 3 on the 21st) agrees. She wants to make some for her birthday. Yummy! Awesome giveaway, as usual.

  72. Jess R says

    It’s a tie between Pumpkin Pie and Turkish Coffee. Although I’m really excited to one day try her frozen yogurts.

  73. Amanda says

    ANY flavor that is (cow) milk and soy free…but I LOVE toffee….so maybe the toffee crunch one! yum! (I am making the marshmallow ice cream “pops” as I type! can’t wait to try it!

  74. Kathleen Johnson says

    Mouse Tracks gets my vote, even though the name kinda creeps me out, having lived in a house where I had mice and they got into my food and it was not pretty!

  75. Lesliee says

    Most definitely the red velvet! Although the marshmallow sounds interesting…I’m glad for the vegan marshmallow recommendations, I don’t eat pork and I only knew of the ones with fish gelatin! I would probably end up trying them all, I LOVE ice cream!

  76. Lindsay says

    Wow, the toasted marshmallow ice cream looks amazing and being a huge fan of marshmallows and marshmallow fluff, this just might become my new favorite ice cream flavor!! Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  77. andie says

    ooh, toffee crunch sounds pretty amazing! I’ve been having so much fun making ice cream this summer for me and the fam!

  78. TracyP says

    I haven’t seen all the flavors but I would love a creamy, dreamy vanilla ice cream without a lot of fat in it. Thanks for the chance to win!

  79. sasha says

    German Chocolate sounds amazing. I am in love with the coconut chocolate combo no matter what form it comes in….so I’m sure making it into ice-cream would be over the top!!!

  80. Sophie says

    Red velvet sounds pretty tasty. I think i’d definitely try that first.

    The local ice cream store in my town has a red velvet flavor and I hear it’s good, so if I ever made red velvet I’d have to do a taste comparison between the two. I bet the vegan version would win!

  81. Janet Webster says

    I’m definitely into trying the watermelon one on the cover first.
    Looks great for this long hot southern summer!!!
    Thank you!!

  82. Nicole says

    My kids would love this ice cream:) yummy!
    I would love to try the Chocolate-Cabernet Ice Cream and Peanut Butter Bombshell.

  83. tara says

    Definitely the birthday cake ice cream. I have such a weakness for it. It’s the only flavor I have ordered at Coldstone in 8+ years! However, I am trying to cut back on dairy because I seem to be getting less tolerant so this would be perfect.

  84. Dara says

    Oh MY!! ICE CREAM!!!!!! (can you hear me scream?) I LOVE ice cream so, so much. It stinks being in South Texas I cannot find vegan soft serve anywhere. Thank goodness for ice cream makers and vita-mix. Ok, I am getting to it: I would try the red velvet. Why? Because even as a kid, after hearing cake being called “red velvet” it blew my mind… all I could picture was edible velvet! I don’t get the chance to eat this dessert very often so trying it as an ice cream flavor would be the a la mode on my black berry and chocolate cobbler.. oh MY.

  85. labbie1 says

    The red velvet for sure! Thanks for all of the great recipes! I am hooked on the chocolate bars–which I make with honey. Yummers! Pick me for the book! 🙂

  86. Annie says

    Umm, for SURE the RED VELVET!!! I’m a huge cake and cake batter fan, but adding RED VELVET to the mix? Holy cow, I’m so excited!!

  87. filomena says

    in the dog days of summer I would love to try red velvet…I love red velevet cupcakes so logically i would think red velvet ice cream would be just as delicious!!!

  88. mary says

    I would love to try french vanilla. I just got an ice cream attachment that attaches to my kitchen aid and I am cranking (it is cranking) new flavors every day. Tonite I’ll be trying my first cashew based ice cream. can’t wait. I also am ready to try my hand at sorbets…

  89. Sarah says

    Wow! This recipe sounds devine! Can’t wait to try! I think I would love to try the toffee crunch first with German chocolate as a close second. For some reason I’m not a red velvet fan?! Not sure why since I love chocolate!!! I would love to try all recipes in this Book & hope I win this!! Thanks for sharing all your delicious recipes! 🙂

  90. Claudia L says

    I am a new vegan and i’m 16. I’m finding it really hard to find sweet treats that I can cook, so you’re website has been fantastic for me, but i would also love to win this cookbook as i would love a vegan cookbook to use at home. I absolutely love cucumber and I saw there was cucumber ice cream so i would definitely try that first!! 🙂

  91. Caitlin says

    Toffee Crunch!! Smooth creamy ice cream with a bite of crunchy goodness, oh my! Sounds delicious. Also this toasted marshmallow ice cream – genius!

  92. Vanilla bean vegan says

    I would want to try the vegan red velvet ice cream. That book is on my wishlist on amazon it looks amazing.will have to try that recipe soon!!

  93. Grace says

    Beautiful ice cream.
    I know a good company producting ice cream machine and powder.
    If anyone have interests, just email me.
    Have a nice day.

  94. Emily @ www.main-eats.com says

    Wow. Just wow. I want to eat that RIGHT NOW! I would definitely try red velvet first. Especially if I could come up with a cream cheese frosting-ish topping. Oh boy…

  95. Ashley says

    I would have to say the Birthday Cake or the Cookie Dough monster that were listed in the description/reviews on Amazon. Mega yummly!

  96. Alissa says

    So I was thinking that watermelon icecream on the cover of the book looked amazing. And I am going to try the toasted marshmallow ice cream. I have really been LOVING your blog!

  97. Heidi Lynn says

    All the flavors sound good, but the German Chocolate is a must have! I just bought my first ice cream maker and made your oatmeal raisin cookie ice cream and it’s awesome! Thanks! I’m not a huge marshmallow fan, but I’m going to try this ice cream anyway. Besides it has chocolate so it has to be good! Have you ever thought abut doing a cornbread ice cream? Maybe that’s too bizarre!

  98. Laura Miller says

    ANYTHING big, fat, gooey and sticky works for me!

    If I had an ice cream maker, I would probably make the watermelon or cookie dough one first. I’m kind of obsessed with cookie dough. I tried to make yours, but didn’t have much luck without an ice cream machine or blender/food processor… But with no job, the random money I do get is going towards getting myself a camera and then going to New York. I think my parents would hurt me if I got a Vitamix instead.

  99. Cindy says

    I’d like to try whatever that one is in the top left corner. It looks gooooood! I’m thinking a java chip maybe? Mmmmm….

  100. Danica @ It's Progression says

    Wow I would love to try the Red Velvet, and the Watermelon flavor on the cover looks fantastic too!

  101. Megan Cooley says

    oh my gosh. That Watermelon Ice cream on the cover looks amazing. That would definitely be my first try after getting the book! 🙂 You’re awesome Katie! I made no bake PB cookies today. YUM~!

  102. Cindy says

    Just plain ol’ French Vanilla. I have been craving really good vegan vanilla ice cream, but haven’t found one that hits my taste buds the way vanilla should. So I would definitely be experimenting with that recipe first 🙂

  103. narf7 says

    Cheers for the chance to enter the draw for the book but I couldn’t wait for it and its winging its way here to Tasmania Australia from Amazon as I tap happily away here so no need to add me to the competition list, I am already thinking about all of the delicious frozen treats that I am going to have this coming summer as we are 3 weeks away from Spring here in the Southern Hemisphere 🙂

  104. Kate says

    Wow, I’ll have to get a copy of this! I can’t decide if I want to try the Peanut Butter Bombshell or the Pistachio Praline more. Yumm!

  105. Eileen says

    You listened, you really listened! I was one of the many who voted Toasted Marshmallow. Oh, and you did us one better by sharing a CCKfied version.
    Thanks so much! I truly feel the love!

  106. Barb says

    I would make the Pistachio Praline flavour because I looooovveeeee pistachio desserts! After that I might have to submit to the chocolate though… German chocolate icecream? Ja, bitte! 😀

  107. Sarah says

    Hi Katie ! 😀 This looks so yummy !!! Mmmmm
    German chocolate sounds soooo yummy. Can’t go wrong with chocolate. Am I right?

  108. Danielle A. says

    Totally funny. I was just looking at ice cream machines yesterday. I want one so bad but haven’t gotten it yet. If I won the book that would be a perfect reason to get one 🙂 I would totally have to go with Birthday Cake Ice Cream. YUMMM!!!! My mouth is watering now. Oh the possibilities.

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  109. Jenny W. says

    This sounds amazing! Definitely will try with graham crackers and top with chocolate syrup. Just had s’mores last night.

    I really want to try the Mango Colada from Vegan a la Mode. I love mango sorbet, smoothies, anything mango!

  110. Carissa says

    This looks amazing!!! I’m imagining sandwiching it between graham crackers spread with a thin layer of peanut butter & freezing it. Yum!!!

    The German Chocolate ice cream sounds best.

  111. Jenn G. says

    This ice cream looks amazing! Marshmallows was one of the few things that I really missed when I went vegetarian. I will have to make this very soon. Hands down red velvet ice cream. Red velvet cake is my all time favorite cake and I miss it allot since going vegan.

  112. Alexa says

    Toffee Crunch sounds amazing! However I think I will definitely be trying out this toasted marshmallow recipe first!

  113. ~Megan~ says

    Definitely the German Chocolate! There’s just something about chocolate and coconut that is just, “Oh So Good!” Like you, I am chocolate covered! Cannot go one day without chocolate, it’s a necessity! If you want a happy mamma in this house, THERE NEEDS TO BE SOME CHOCOLATE! 😉

  114. Melankalia says

    My first pick would definitely have to be the Blood Orange Frozen Yogurt. It just sounds like it would taste amazing!

  115. Jessica says

    birthday cake ice cream! that has always been my favorite flavor and to be able to make it myself vegan-style would be amazing!!

  116. Trish says

    I would make the birthday cake recipe first. I just got an ice cream maker for my birthday… The next step is to add this book to my cookbook collection ASAP!

  117. kristy says

    German Chocolate Please! I mean… you are Chocolate Covered Katie.. you HAVE to start with something chocolatey!

  118. Melissa (Better Fit) says

    Yum, sounds amazing! We had a crazy ice cream place near us in University with loads of flavours and toasted marshmallow was my absolute favourite! That definitely brings back memories.

  119. Andrea says

    Definitely, definitely red velvet!! Ever since I’ve been vegan, I haven’t had much opportunity to make that special delicious red velvet flavor! The book looks ah-mazing, thanks for the recipe CCK!

  120. Shaina says

    mmm german chocolate sounds delicious! with coconut of course 😉 but mmmm.. that watermelon one looks perfect for a hot summers day!

  121. Ellie says

    I think the blueberry-balsamic I read about somewhere sounds awesome! or the Toffee crunch, I’m ALWAYS up for toffee. Speaking of though, when are you gonna play around with a whole collection of caramel-sea salt vegan recipies? I think that would be awesome!

  122. Grace Gilbert says

    I love this blog! All the recipes are SO creative!
    That’s a hard one… Toffee Crunch sounds delicious, but I
    would have to say that Red Velvet would be my number one pick!!!
    -Grace 🙂

  123. sarah @ let the good in says

    So hard to pick just one – but I will have to go with toffee crunch! Coffee toffee crunch used to be one of my top three favorite ice cream flavors but I have yet to find a truly delicious vegan version (because of the toffee).

  124. Ellen @ Scrumptious Gruel says

    I live the photography on this one. When this was loading on my iPhone all I saw at first was this column of brown-red against a stark black background and was thinking you’d posted some sort of minimalist art! Then I scrolled down and saw the ice cream which looks awesome because, well, it’s ice cream!

  125. Katie L says

    Pumpkin pie, definitely! Although it’s probably not in the recipe, I’d swirl some chocolate in there. Sweet deal.

  126. Carissa says

    Impossible to choose! I’m just so excited that there are vegan ice cream options! This marshmallow ice cream will probably be where I start…

  127. Robin says

    It would be a toss-up between Mango Colada and Bluberry Balsamic. I guess it would depend on if I had mangoes or blueberries on hand. Loving your blog!

  128. Doris Johnson says

    Toffee crunch sounds amazing! I work at Panera Bread, and we used to have this AMAZING toffee nut cookie that got replaced a few months ago with a new peanut butter cookie– still good, but I miss that toffee flavor! Toffee ice cream might just cure my craving. 🙂

  129. P says

    Oooh, which one would I like to try first?! Definitely not German Chocolate, because if I tried that first there’d be no second! NOTHING can follow German Chocolate and still taste good, and it would be hard to put the spoon down anyway. But I can definitely say, if I was planning on trying all the flavours, I’d have red velvet first, a kind of warm up of richness and ofc as a palette teaser with that hint of yummy dark chocolate, then the toffee, to get my mouth all sticky and act like a “glue” (as gross as that sounds), so that when I then proceeded to eat, eat, eat the German Chocolate, the taste would always remain in my mouth 😉

  130. Joanne @ threeunderthree says

    I am so glad you tried the toasted marshmallow flavour. It sounds delicious.

    Personally, I’m torn between the Turkish Coffee flavour or the Rose Petal. I think I’ll have to flip a coin!

  131. Niki says

    Peanut Butter Bombshell sounds yummy and Birthday Cake. I want to try all of them, truly I do, does this still count as an entry? Lol. I saw Rose Petal Ice Cream that looks interesting. In this heat, I want to eat ice cream for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and in between. 🙂

  132. TheWayfaringCarrot says

    I’d usually say red velvet, but that got ruined for me when someone told me it was just chocolate with red food coloring. 🙁 I’ve been a lover of buttered popcorn ever since I discovered buttered popcorn jelly bellies, so that’s definitely my jam!

  133. Barb says

    Just found your site while doing a search for banana soft serve. YUM!! I’m going to be subscribing! And the vegan a la mode book looks marvelous!

  134. Kate C says

    Mango colada!!! My dad would love that sort of thing – it’s his birthday next month so I think it would make a great birthday treat! 🙂

  135. danae torre says

    My daughter will be soooo happy to try the Red Velvet flavor. It’s her all time favorite icecream and she has been so sad since becoming gluten free. All of them look amazing 🙂

  136. Barb says

    Wait! I know! 😉
    I would make this toasted marshmallow ice cream… Then put a scoop of it in a rich, dark hot chocolate!

  137. Kirstin Harrow says

    My daughter is allergic to milk and eggs and this a great site for different desserts for her! Thank you! Oh and definitely the Red Velvet !

  138. Mallory says

    Mmmmmmmm Turkish Coffee!!! I don’t know how many times I’ve heard “Oh, that’s too bad” when telling someone I’m vegan … we eat SOOOO well!!! 🙂

  139. Mary Rose says

    Her Strawberry and Lemon Curd sounds delish! Although I will begin my journey with your Toasted Marshmallow adaptation, and definitely with chocolate chips and graham crackers. You are so clever!

  140. Eco Chic says

    Yum!! Every recipe you post makes my mouth water!! Both German chocolate and toffee crunch sound irresistible! But I think German chocolate would have to be my favorite!

  141. CanadianMama says

    Red Velvet! I just had red velvet soft serve at Menchies and I’d LOVE to know how to recreate it! Ps. Katie, when are you getting a book out? I would buy it in a heartbeat!!

  142. Anonymous says

    if eggwhites are vegan then i guess u r right katie , marshmellow fluff is vegan! plz stop telling people that its vegan , what if they have allgergy and just took your word for it ?

  143. Alanna says

    Oh my… I used Hannah’s version with mini marshmallows toasted in the oven and made a terrific mess trying to scrape the marshmallow “glue” off the pan and into my blender, but so worth it! Just be prepared that the toasted version will come out brown (depending on how dark your marshmallows are) and not white, lol. I took Katie’s suggestion and served with her graham crackers, and what a great flavor combo! I’m also happy to report that this recipe held up well in the freezer (didn’t get too hard to scoop and still tasted good two weeks later), even using Silk Pure Almond milk. Definitely a keeper!

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