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3 Double-Scoop-Worthy Ice Cream Recipes

3 Double-Scoop-Worthy Ice Cream Recipes

Homemade ice cream is a bit of a project, but being able to customize each pint according to your tastes and dietary preferences is incredibly satisfying. We developed three simple recipes—one with a classic custard base, one made from coconut milk, and one dairy-free chocolate sorbet that tastes a lot like frozen brownie batter. And if you don’t have an ice cream maker, these recipes all happen to make excellent ice pops, too.

The Accessories

  1. Ice Cream Maker
    Smeg Ice Cream Maker Accessory goop, $125

    When you’re ready to graduate from coffee-can ice
    cream, this is a game changer.

  2. Caravan Bistro Glasses, Set of 6
    Caravan Bistro Glasses, Set of 6 goop, $68

    Mini sundaes never looked so cute.

  3. Beast Health Beast Blender and Hydration System
    Beast Health Beast Blender + Hydration System goop, $185

    For next-day milkshakes, of course.

  4. Onyx Paddle Ice Pop Mold
    Onyx Paddle Ice Pop Mold goop, $40

    A low-tech option that still satisfies

  • Chocolate Sorbetto

    Chocolate Sorbetto

    This dairy-free chocolate sorbetto is still super rich and satisfying. Perfect for the chocolate lover who wants something light, but doesn’t want to lose out on flavor. Plus, let’s be real—it’s basically a fudge pop for grown-ups.


  • Coconut Milk Coffee Ice Cream

    Coconut Milk Coffee Ice Cream

    Making non-dairy ice cream is tricky. The issue usually has to do with the icy texture you get when you omit real dairy. We found that using full-fat coconut milk, coconut oil, and a little bit of alcohol keeps the base really creamy. Instant espresso is a super easy mix in, but this base would be just as good with everything from fresh fruit to mint.


  • Matcha Ice Cream

    Matcha Ice Cream

    If you like matcha, you’ll love this ice cream. Made with a classic custard base and sweetened with coconut sugar, this creamy, antioxidant-packed treat is our new favorite afternoon pick-me-up.