Coconut Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

Coconut Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

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Coconut Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

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Coconut Cookies and Cream Ice Cream
Photos and recipe by: Kayla Breeden, Kayla’s Kitch and Fix


With the warmer weather, it’s inevitable that we’ll all be craving an ever classic and super nostalgic ice cream cone to cool down with and satisfy your sweet tooth, but what if I told you that you can easily make your own at home while using better for you ingredients? Well, you can, and it’s actually super easy!

Who doesn’t love cookies and cream ice cream? It’s such a highly loved flavor and now you can make it at home to enjoy for yourself or with a group! It’s as easy as it is fun and is made with ingredients you can recognize, so you can feel good about digging in! Plus, LesserEvil’s Fudge Brownie Mini Cookies make the perfect cookie crumbles that make this recipe taste like the flavor we all grew up loving!

What You’ll Need
While this recipe doesn’t require many ingredients and hardly any effort, it does require a bit of time to freeze. If you plan to make this, you’ll want to start two days ahead of time by popping your loaf tin in the freezer to chill as well as allowing for a day (8-12 hours) to freeze thoroughly.

In terms of ingredients, here is what you’ll need:
· Coconut milk or cream (coconut cream helps thicken the ice cream a bit, but both will work)
· Monk fruit sweetener (for lower sugar) or regular sugar
· Maple syrup
· Vanilla extract
· Cashew butter
· Salt
· LesserEvil Fudge Brownie Cookies

Ready to make it yourself?
Watch our step-by-step video above to see how easy this recipe really is! It is sure to wow your friends and family and makes for a fun activity to do with kids as well. Just be sure they have some other LesserEvil snacks to enjoy while they wait for the ice cream to freeze!

Coconut Cookies and Cream Ice Cream


  • 2 cans coconut milk or coconut cream, chilled
  • ¼ cup monk fruit sweetener or sugar
  • ¼ cup maple syrup
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • ½ cup cashew butter
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 box LesserEvil Fudge Brownie Cookies, split into two portions

Toppings (Optional):

  • Additional cookies, crumbled


  1. Freeze a loaf overnight.
  2. Blend all of your ingredients aside from the LesserEvil Fudge Brownie Cookies until smooth.
  3. Add in half of the box of cookies and blend again until the cookie pieces are spread around evenly.
  4. Pour the blender contents into the chilled loaf tin, then break up the remaining cookies over the top.
  5. Use a spoon to stir in the cookie pieces and cover the tin in foil.
  6. Allow the ice cream to freeze overnight to completely harden.
  7. When you’re ready to enjoy it, let it sit out of the freezer until soft enough to scoop.

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