• Creamy Coffee Ice Cream Treat

    Creamy Coffee Ice Cream Treat

    If you love the flavor of coffee, or just like ice coffee and coffee ice cream, you just might enjoy this treat. It’s simple to make and can be consumed immediately, or frozen for later.

    My younger son likes coffee. I think it’s because it’s so accessible, with two Starbucks in walking distance from school. It’s also a great place to hang out, and the drinks are sweet and tasty… and expensive for students in middle school.

    So, he started making his own frozen coffee drinks, decaf. I have to admit, I like them too, even though I’m not a coffee drinker. And this recipe can be used as a frozen coffee drink or as coffee ice cream.

    We use coconut milk, but any kind of whole milk or cream will work – cow, goat, or almond milk for a lighter, less creamy version.

     
     
    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD, Vegetarian  |  7 Comments
     
     

    7 Responses to Creamy Coffee Ice Cream Treat

    1. Kate says:

      Just put a batch of this in the chest freezer to get solid. Can’t wait to try it!

    2. Angie Estrada says:

      This was very easy and delicious. thank you for all your help.

    3. Shauna says:

      I can’t wait to tray this! Thanks for the recipe! 🙂

    4. evianz.258@gmail.com says:

      its amazing,how about shauna:)

    5. Dana says:

      Hi,
      If I am SCD and can’t use freeze-dried coffee, is there a way to do this (less ice perhaps) with a shot or two of cold espresso?
      Thank you!
      Dana

    6. Mary says:

      How big is the serving size? Also I love this ice cream delicious!

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