Clean Eating Nutella Ice Cream

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Oh yes I did!  With this Nutella Ice Cream, made with homemade nutella, you can eat clean AND enjoy the occasional Nutella ice cream treat.  Unlike the original, this Clean Eating Nutella Ice Cream contains no soy and no refined sugars!  It’s also vegan, gluten free and paleo.  It has a very rich taste, much like real ice cream.  If you don’t have an ice cream maker, I highly suggest getting one.  You will make your money back within a few batches and you can customize your own creations!

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Most organic store bought ice cream costs an arm and a leg.  Sadly, a good percentage of them still contain carrageenan, which may be linked to cancer.  I personally don’t feel comfortable eating it and that is why I got the ice cream maker.  This recipe is really easy and only took 30 minutes!  I used my Homemade Nutella Recipe to make this.  I just had to add extra milk to thin it out more.  I think about 1/4 cup extra milk.  I just eyeballed it.  You want the Nutella to be the consistency of hot fudge so it can blend with the milk in the ice cream maker.  If you really want to try this and you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can add it to my 5 Minute Banana Ice Cream!

Clean Eating Nutella Ice Cream

Clean Eating Nutella Ice Cream

Rating: 51

Yield: 4 servings

Clean Eating Nutella Ice Cream

Homemade "Nutella" keeps this recipe clean and vegan.

Ingredients

Instructions

  • I mixed all the ingredients in the ice cream bowl itself and attached it to the machine immediately. I used a Cuisinart.
  • It should take about 15-20 minutes.

Make sure your ice cream bowl has been frozen for at least 18 hours. I try to always store mine in the freezer so I can make ice cream on a moments notice.The ice cream will be like a soft serve consistency, so if you like a harder ice cream, put it in the freezer for about an hour or so. That’s it! Enjoy!

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40 thoughts on “Clean Eating Nutella Ice Cream

  1. I cannot find coconut milk at all locally, so will have to resort to ordering off Amazon. (small town living has it’s limitations) What brand do you buy?

        1. Hi Jody, I make my coconut milk from organic shredded(flaked) coconut in my blender. If you Google it, there are plenty of recipes. Hope this helps….

    1. Oh My Goodness is this so easy and delicious… I made it today.. Total time even with making the nutella was 30 mins… I used almonds this time instead of hazelnuts.. yum!

  2. I am not a huge fan of coconut milk (too much upsets my tummy). What about nut milk? I loved your recipe for fresh almond milk, so delicious. I would love to see more nut milk recipes for ice cream, etc.

    1. I have tried to make ice cream from nut milk. It never turns out right. It always gets an ice-like texture. I think the nut milks are just too thin. At least the homemade versions are. You may be able to make this with a store bought almond milk because they are thicker. It’s up to you if you don’t mind the additives. Believe me, I would LOVE to make this successfully with a nut milk. I like them better myself. :)

      1. Make cashew milk and then make your ice cream with coconut oil. Unbelievably rich, creamy, and not icy at all. It’s awesome.

      2. I believe if you add a little xanthan gum (like a large pinch of it), you can use the thinner milks without suffering the ice issue. It makes gluten-free and other homemade ice creams creamier. :)

  3. This is going to be my next ice cream withy coconut milk! The nutella I made doesn’t seem to be as good as I expected but I am certain that it will taste great in this ice cream!

    1. I am sorry the Nutella didn’t taste as good as you were expecting. Was it not sweet enough? I tried to keep the sugar count low, but you can add more sweetener if it is not sweet enough for you.

  4. This is mixing in the ice-cream maker now. I did have a tiny sample and it is scrumptious! I just need it to hurry up and finish!

    1. Can you eat dairy? You can try it with whole milk. Also try subbing the nuts with sunflower seeds? I am happy to help anyone with allergies. Just as me about certain recipes you would like to try and I will do my best to find subs. :)

    1. No, not really. Mostly the nutella flavor comes through. If you are sensitive to coconut, you might be able to taste it, but I can’t.

  5. Hi, I’ve been trying for the longest imd to find hazelnuts to make the home made nutella… (I want to make it sweetened with Stevia or monk fruit) but I cannot find hazelnuts anywhere!! I’ve tried health food store, whole foods, regular grocery stores… Costco!
    Is this an item that is only available at a certain point during the year?
    Also, have you tried with either of those two sweeteners? How did it work out? (funny, people say that Stevia has a bitter after taste (I’ve never tasted one) and that monk fruit doesn’t (but, I taste an after taste with the monk!) Wondering your thoughts on the subject.
    Thanks and have a wonderful day!
    whall

    1. I find them at my local Sprouts. You can also order them on Amazon. :) I personally don’t like the taste of stevia and I have never had monkfruit.

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