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Pumpkin Ice Cream Recipe

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I am participating in a fantabulous series this month called, “31 Days of Homemade Halloween.” I’ve partnered with five super-de-duper blogging buddies, now turned friends. We are sharing one treat for you everyday this month to celebrate Halloween-ish and fall-ish fun.

My latest treat in this fun series…?

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This ice cream recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, and refined sugar free. Besides that, it’s pretty nourishing, to boot. It takes just a couple of minutes to mix together and then you let your ice cream maker do the rest…it really couldn’t be more easy.

Pumpkin Ice Cream


  • 1 can organic, full fat coconut milk (like THIS)
  • 1/2 C pureed pumpkin (fresh or canned, like THIS)
  • 1/4 C coconut sugar (like THIS)
  • 1 t cinnamon (like THIS)
  • 1/8 t ginger (like THIS)
  • Small sprinkle of nutmeg (I shave off and use fresh like THIS, but THIS will work, too)
  • 1/4 t sea salt (like THIS)

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Make It:

  • Seriously…so easy, friends!
  • Mix everything together in a bowl, but add the nutmeg last. Nutmeg is a pretty potent spice, so add just a pinch to start, do a taste test, and add more, if needed.
    • …personally, I like a little extra nutmeg in this recipe. You get a nice ZING from the nutmeg and I think it really ‘makes’ the ice cream…but, that is up to you.
  • Pour mix into your ice cream maker and follow your manufacturer’s directions.
  • Eat and store the rest in the freezer. It gets pretty hard in the freezer, so remember to sit it out about 20-30 minutes before the next time you want some.
  • This makes a small batch (because I have THIS small ice cream maker, which works just fine for me), so increase the amount if you have a big ice cream maker.

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And there you have it…a nourishing, tasty treat to get you ready for fall and Halloween. You’re welcome. 🙂

Be sure to follow our shared Pinterest Board, where we are pinning every Halloween post from our series.

Until next time…

Jess, aka Scratch Mommy

This post was shared at- Real Food Fridays.

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    Great recipe such healthy ingredients. My husband loves pumpkin ice cream and I will definitely try this for him. Thanks so much for sharing this delicious recipe. My husband will be thanking you to . Visiting from Real Food Friday2

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    Last year I made homemade eggnog ice cream for my sons birthday gathering, love the idea of pumpkin ice cream. Pinning to my dessert board, thanks for sharing on Real Food Fridays, come back tonight and share some more.

    Featuring your recipe on tonight’s link up.

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