Pumpkin Spiced Ice Cream

Oh yes.  Pumpkin Spiced Ice Cream.  You knew the pumpkin recipes would be coming!    Since it’s still kind of warm here in Texas, I thought I would start off with a cool pumpkin treat: pumpkin spiced ice cream. This pumpkin spiced ice cream is quite good, easy to make, and easy to store.

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Much to my surprise, my kids loved this.  They couldn’t stop eating it!  Even my daughter Meadow, who claims to hate pumpkin, ate this up.  If you don’t have an ice cream machine, you can make this recipe into popsicles using these molds.  For those of you wondering if this tastes like coconut, I can tell you that it doesn’t!  Since there are so many spices in here, that drowns out most of the coconut flavor you would normally get.

Pumpkin Spiced Ice Cream

Yields 4 servings

Pumpkin Spiced Ice Cream

20 minPrep Time

20 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Throw all ingredients in a blender and blend for 1-2 minutes.
  2. Pour contents into an ice cream machine and turn on.
  3. Should take about 15-20 minutes.
  4. Remove and serve.

Notes

The ice cream will have a soft serve consistency. If you like a harder ice cream, put it in the freezer for an hour to firm up. If you don’t have an ice cream machine , you can make popsicles using these molds . The recipe makes about 4 servings. Enjoy!

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95 thoughts to “Pumpkin Spiced Ice Cream”

  1. I'm going to try this too, but does anyone know how many calories are in it, and how much fat? Trying to watch my calorie intake and fat. Need to know right away. Thanks.
  2. So, I have made both the chai ice cream and the chocolate ice cream recipes from this website & both were delicious, so I was super excited to make the pumkin. I don't know what happened, but I followed the recipe to the letter, and it didn't turn out smooth. It's like the coconut milk didn't blend out; it coagulated into all these tiny little blobs. So strange. I used honey as the sweetener instead of maple syrup, which is what I used for the other ice cream recipes, so I'm wondering if that could be why. Thoughts? It tastes good, but it looks wierd and the mouth feel is just different. My daughter won't eat it. Hubby likes it, but he says he wants to add crumbled graham cracker to it so it's more like pie, ha!
    1. Oh weird! I am not sure what happened. Was the coconut milk cold or did you blend it with cold ingredients? That can cause it to clump up. I use room temp ingredients. Sorry that happened to you. :(

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