Dairy-Free Peach Pineapple Ice Cream

This is one of the most delicious ice creams I’ve ever tasted.  It’s so good no one will know it is healthy or vegan.  Yet it couldn’t be easier to make.  Not only does it offer plentiful amounts of pain- and inflammation-relieving enzymes, but a blast of beta carotene for strong eyes and healthy skin too. It takes about 5 minutes, plus freezing time (about 20 minutes in an ice cream maker to a few hours in a freezer). You can also turn them into ice cream bars or popsicles using moulds if you prefer. Serve ice cream on its own or with fresh peaches, strawberries, or your favorite fruit. No matter how you serve it, it’s delicious.


2 cups fresh pineapple, outer skin and core removed and cut into cubes
2 peaches, skins left on

Mix ingredients together in a blender until smooth.

Pour into empty ice cube trays and place in the freezer for 2 to 3 hours, depending on the size of the ice cubes. Freezing time may be longer if you are making popsicles, depending on the size of the moulds.

Serve as is or whip in a food processor just prior to serving.

From The Life Force Diet.  Copyright Michelle Schoffro Cook, PhD, ROHP.

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Jeanne Rogers4 months ago

Thank you for sharing.

Sherry Kohn
Sherry Kohn4 months ago

Many thanks to you!

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Mike T.2 years ago

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Rosemary H.
Rosemary H.3 years ago

I expected a recipe for ice cream, not for frozen fruit juice/pulp! I'd sooner serve peaches and pineapple in a dish with yoghurt (yeah, lovely tasty dairy) on top. Much tastier, and saves the unnecessary use of the blender.

I don't take to frozen food, and have found out why not. Some of our taste buds are inactive below certain temperatures.

Jarmila Bernathova

looks good ty

mitchell dawes
mitchell dawes3 years ago

@HeidiA Sorbet. Whatever. Happy now?