Easy no-churn vegan Biscoff ice cream made with only 3 ingredients. This non-dairy ice cream is so creamy and seriously easy to make. It's also completely nut-free!
This post is sponsored by Nature's Charm. As always, all opinions are my own!
3 key ingredients for this recipe
This is an incredibly easy ice cream to make and you only need:
- Dairy free whipping cream. I used Nature's Charm coconut whipping cream which is always reliable and whips up quickly and easily.
- Dairy free condensed milk such as coconut, soy or oat. I wanted to minimise the amount of coconut in this recipe so I used Nature's Charm oat condensed milk.
- Smooth biscoff spread which makes the ice cream ridiculously delicious.
The condensed milk is already sweetened so you don't need to add extra sugar.
I've tried using supermarket-branded cans of full-fat coconut milk and coconut cream to make ice cream but they don't always whip up well. Alternatively, you can use soy or oat-based whipping creams, like what I did for my mint choc chip ice cream.
If you're feeling fancy, you can add some vanilla extract and/or salt to the ice cream (both ingredients actually give the ice cream a softer mouthfeel). And to add texture (and fun), I love adding Biscoff cookies or vegan chocolate chips to the ice cream base!
Normally, ice cream makers incorporate air into an ice cream mixture while freezing it. However, using whipping cream allows us to incorporate air into homemade vegan ice cream! You can totally make a delicious and melty frozen dessert without buying an ice cream machine!
This recipe contains a little more whipping cream than vegan ice cream recipes with similar ingredients such as Addicted to Dates' salted caramel coconut ice cream. As Biscoff is quite dense, we need to balance it out with more liquid in the form of whipping cream!
If you'd like to make a vegan vanilla ice cream, simply omit the Biscoff and reduce the whipping cream to 1 ½ cans (600g).
How to make no churn vegan ice cream
First, we need to mix the Biscoff spread and condensed milk in a bowl. This helps break down the Biscoff spread which can be quite thick!
The two ingredients can be mixed using a spoon but it's much easier to do it with an electric whisk!
Next, add the whipping cream to a large bowl and whip using an electric beater. Of course, you can use your hand but it'll take A LOT of time! Ideally, the cream should form stiff peaks.
Then add your Biscoff mixture and just whisk the mixture together. The mixture may deflate a little which is fine. But you should end up with a fluffy delicious biscoff concoction.
If you'd like to add any biscoff cookies or chocolate chips, I'd recommend folding them into the ice cream mixture at this stage.
Freezing the ice cream
Pour/scoop half of the Biscoff ice cream mixture in a freezer-safe container. Dollop some biscoff spread (and biscoff cookies if you have any) on top and gently mix through. Add the rest of the ice cream and repeat!
Alternatively, just pour all the biscoff ice cream into your container and freeze immediately.
Serving the ice cream
Unlike many homemade non-dairy ice creams, you can serve this immediately from the freezer! Just like regular ice cream, this melts quite quickly when it's at room temperature :).
Serve the ice cream in a cone, in a bowl or with your favorite dessert. Or place it between a few biscoff cookies to make mini ice cream sandwiches! However, I think the recipe is quite rich and should be devoured by itself :).
More vegan ice cream recipes
Vegan Biscoff No-churn Ice Cream
- Combine 1 cup (200g) Biscoff spread and all of the sweetened condensed milk in a bowl until combined. If you're using vanilla and salt, mix them in as well. Set aside.
- Add the coconut whipping cream to a bowl and whip until firm peaks form. Add the biscoff mixture to the bowl and whip until combined.
- Pour half of the biscoff ice cream mixture into a freezer-safe tin or container. Spoon some of the remaining biscoff spread on top and gently mix through. Repeat with the remaining ice cream mixture and spread.
- Cover the ice cream and freeze for 4 hours or until firm. Serve and enjoy!
- The ice cream can be stored in the freezer for up to 2 weeks but it usually doesn't last that long!
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