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Avocado-mango ice cream with coconut and brazil nuts

Pure vegetable-based ice-cream is easily digestible. Ideal as a summer snack or as an after-dinner dessert.

Vegan | Sugar free | Lactose free | Gluten-free

4 servings. Preparation time 20 min (plus a minimum of 8 hours to freeze).


  • 1 1/2 avocados cut into cubes
  • 3 1/2 cups mango, in cubes
  • 1 ripe banana, in slices

  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • Juice of 1 lime

  • Pulp of 1 vanilla pod
  • Chopped Brazil nuts

  • Coconut flakes


  1. Put the fruit in the freezer overnight (or at least eight hours). Just before you want to make the ice cream, take the fruit out of the freezer and leave it to stand for 5 -10 minutes. Then puree, together with the coconut milk, the lime juice and the vanilla into a smooth ice-cream mixture in a food processor or powerful blender. 

  2. If the mixture is too thick or lumpy, add some extra coconut milk or a dash of almond milk and puree again. Pour into four dishes, sprinkle with chopped Brazil nuts and coconut flakes and serve immediately. 


Instead of coconut milk, you can also use almond milk or another vegetable-based milk.