Making Ice Cream with Your Juicer


Today we’re having a look at how to make ice cream using a juicer. Although it might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a juicer, it is in fact possible to make ice cream using a juicer. To be clear, you need to own a masticating juicer, which crushes produce. A centrifugal juicer won’t make ice cream when using this recipe – it’ll just make a mess.

Although your ice cream creation will be a bit different than traditional store-bought ice cream, it’ll also be a lot healthier. And we think that’s a decent trade off. So check out the recipe below and see what you think. You might just find out that you’ve got a new and healthy warm weather craving!

Juicer Ice Cream ingredients

1 Cup frozen Bananas

1 Cup frozen strawberries, blueberries, etc.

Juicer Ice Cream Recipe

Take out your masticating juicer and turn it on, allowing the auger to get up to full speed.

Position a bowl beneath the juicer’s spout.

Take some banana and berry pieces and feed them into the juicer feeding tube. Go slow, so that you don’t overheat the juicer’s motor.

The banana and berries will be slowly extruded and pushed out of the juicer’s spout in little ribbons.

Once all of the frozen fruit has been juiced, add a bit of yogurt, honey or maple syrup to your ice cream creation and enjoy!