Tasty and Refreshing Raspberry, Peach, and Avocado Ice Cream

Photo + ice cream recipe © Courtesy of Greenhouse 

We all scream (in delight, of course) for this fresh and summery plant-based ice cream. A delightful mix of peach and raspberry adds some peachy-keen sweetness, tartness, and a lovely sunset hue, perfect for a day spent lounging in the sun. This ice cream is dairy-free, so the creaminess comes from avocados and Greenhouse’s housemade Almondmilk, rich in fibre, vitamin E, and full of protein and healthy fats to keep you going. Fruity, creamy, and delicious, this plant-based ice cream is sure to be your new summer favourite.


  • 2 avocados
  • 2 cups raspberries
  • 2 to 3 peaches, sliced
  • 1 to 2 tbsp maple syrup
  • ¼ cup Almondmilk
  • Your favourite ice cream cones for serving


  1. Add all of your ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth and airy.
  2. Pour the mixture into a parchment paper-lined, freezer-
    safe container.
  3. Top your creation with any additional ingredients such as fruit coulis or shredded fresh herbs, like mint or basil. You can stir these through the mixture for a more even distribution if you choose.
  4. Cover, then place in your freezer to set.
  5. Before serving, allow your ice cream to sit at room temperature for about 15 minutes, so it’s scoopable (and, more importantly, lickable).
ice cream recipe
Photo © Courtesy of Greenhouse

About Greenhouse

Greenhouse is a Canadian organic beverage company that’s making it easier to get your daily dose of healthy greens. With a wide range of cold-pressed juices, plant milks, lemonades, kombuchas, and more, all packaged in sustainable glass bottles, Greenhouse ensures healthy products of the highest quality.

Drinking a big bottle of fruits and vegetables is an easy and efficient way to soak up nutritious, plant-based energy. Much of the produce used in Greenhouse juices are purchased directly from local, organic farms. They also prioritize “seconds,” which are the misshapen fruits and vegetables that often end up in landfills. Greenhouse sends the fibrous byproducts of their fruit and vegetable juices back to local farms, where it is used as compost to help new crops grow.

Studies have also shown that chemicals used in plastic bottles (even the safest ones) can break down and filter into whatever liquid is being carried—especially when the bottle is exposed to heat or sunlight. That’s why Greenhouse chooses to bottle their delicious drinks in sustainable glass bottles over

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