Two Vegan Häagen-Dazs Style Ice Creams

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Two Vegan Häagen-Dazs Style Ice Creams

Jill Dalton
Are you ready to taste the most indulgent plant-based ice cream recipes you've ever tried? Our Häagen-Dazs style ice cream recipes are creamy, rich, and packed with amazing flavor – and the best part is, they are completely plant-based! I'll show you how to make chocolate and strawberry ice cream and both cane used as a base to add on your own favorite toppings.
4.85 from 26 votes
Prep Time 1 day
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 1 day 5 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 4
Calories 179 kcal


Chocolate Ice Cream

Strawberry Ice Cream


Chocolate Ice Cream

  • Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until completely smooth.
  • Pour mixture into the Creami cup and place in the freezer for 24 hours.
  • Remove Creami container from the freezer and place into the Creami Blending mechanism. Place into machine and run on the Lite Ice Cream setting.
  • Run on Remix after the first blend is finished.
  • If it is still a crumbly texture, run on Remix one more time.
  • If you are not going to eat all of what is in the container, simply remove your portion, smooth the top of the remaining ice cream in the Creami Cup and place it back in the freezer.
  • When you want to eat the rest, repeat the same process as above.

Strawberry Ice Cream

  • Make the Strawberry Ice Cream in the Creami Machine exactly the same way as the Chocolate Ice Cream


Calories: 179kcalCarbohydrates: 30gProtein: 6gFat: 5gSaturated Fat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 2gMonounsaturated Fat: 2gSodium: 61mgPotassium: 516mgFiber: 4gSugar: 20gVitamin A: 489IUVitamin C: 32mgCalcium: 185mgIron: 2mg

37 thoughts on “Two Vegan Häagen-Dazs Style Ice Creams”

  1. I am enjoying banana peach nice cream as I type. So delicious. I can’t wait to try your chocolate and strawberry as the spring and summer progress here in NC. Thank you Jill.

  2. Greetings Jill, could I make this delicious ice cream in my Vitamix? I love the posts that you send to me via email. Thank You!

    1. jeffrey.dalton

      You can blend it but without the Creami machine it will just freeze solid and be more like a frozen popsicle. The machine grinds down the frozen block into this crazy creamy texture.

  3. Florian Hooper

    Hi Jill. I just watched your icecream video and would like to buy the Creami. There are 2 models, 299 MC or 301 MC. Which one would you recommend? Also did you buy the extra containers with the 4 coloured tops and do they work on the Ninja.

    1. jeffrey.dalton

      I think the difference is just in features, I would guess either is fine. There is a link for the machine and contains in the recipe Equipment section.

  4. Kaitlin Weber

    Hello! Do you have a substitution idea for the nuts? We have a nut allergy so substitution suggestions are always necessary for us. Love your recipes!

  5. Hi Jill, I am wondering if I can make the ice cream in my Vitamix instead of the Creami Machine. The ice cream looks luscious. Can’t wait to try it.
    Thank You,

    1. jeffrey.dalton

      You can blend it but without the Creami machine it will just freeze solid and be more like a frozen popsicle. The machine grinds down the frozen block into this crazy creamy texture.

  6. Let me suffice to say that both of these recipes are HOME RUNS! We doubled up the recipes. We did the chocolate one first. So good! We didn’t have strawberries, so we used thawed dark cherries in it’s place and that was great! Then, did the strawberry one and it was also excellent. Ordered your new cookbook and can’t wait to get it!

  7. I tried both the strawberry and the chocolate. Both were great, but the chocolate was amazing! It had the “mouth feel” of a rich, chocolate ice cream. I am going to go prepare two more chocolate containers for the next two nights! Thanks, Jill!

  8. Oh my! I think that you’ve convinced me to invest in a Ninja Creami. I’ve always been rather frustrated with making “nice cream” in my VitaMix.
    Do you plan on creating more recipes with the Ninja Creami? I’d love to have a couple of recipes using white beans as a base or partial base for a vanilla ice cream.
    Also, I just contacted the publisher to order your second cookbook.
    Thanks for all your hard work.

  9. These two ice creams were amazing – I’ve tried a few others and they just don’t compare to these – the chocolate in particular is ‘delish’ – now I just need a good creamy vanilla bean recipe without banana – calling Jill!!

    1. I would imagine it would keep for about a month. I haven’t tried keeping it for that long ( it never makes it more than a couple days in our freezer because we gobble it up =) ). It does crystalize a bit in the freezer but once you spin it in the machine it turns out creamy again.

  10. Belinda Anderson and Stuart Anderson

    I have the cuisinart ice cream maker, I suspect I can just do the mixing fairly similar to the creamy?

  11. Made this yesterday – so good! I have a Cuisinart – just churned it about 15 minutes – perfect! Except I should have 3x the recipe – I need more!

  12. Can I sub Medjool instead or is it worth getting the Deglet dates? I like mine on the sweeter side but never used Deglet. 

  13. These were my first using the Ninja Creami Ice Cream Maker.
    I liked them both but I found that the bananas I used were TOO ripe so they were a bit too strong with that flavor so I will redo them with the white sweet potato suggestion.
    Would avocado work? Just wonder what the banana does so I can see what other substitutions I could try.

  14. I made the chocolate last night and creamed it this evening. It was so good, I wanted to eat the whole pint! Thanks so much for this recipe. I’ll be making it again and again!

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