Caribbean Spiced Raw Ice Dream

Caribbean Spiced Ice Dream

What makes this Caribbean-Spiced?  Freshly ground nutmeg from Grenada!Freshly ground nutmeg

For my last birthday I was treated with an ice cream maker and I’m absolutely in love with it.  It’s just 20 minutes from when I flip the switch on until I have smooth & dreamy ice cream.  Don’t have an ice cream maker?  No problem!  You can store your liquid mixture into a freezer-safe container for 1 hour!  Now you have absolutely no excuses to not make your own!

*Photographed with my Mellow Yellow Lemon Cake.Mellow Yellow Lemon Cake


  • 2 Cups raw cashews, soaked overnight
  • 1 Cup water + more as needed
  • 1 Cup raw agave nectar
  • 2 teaspoons freshly ground nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • dash of salt


  1. In your blender, add your cashews and water and blend until smooth & creamy (if your mixture is too thick, add 1 Tablespoon of water & blend and repeat until desired consistency is reached).Blended CashewsI moved my mixture into a large mixing bowl.  Mix in your agave nectar, nutmeg, dash of salt, and vanilla extract.  Blend until fully incorporated.blended cashews Ice cream mixture
  2. If you have an ice cream maker, add it to your mixer & prepare your ice cream per instructions.  Creating the ice creamIf you don’t, pour it into a freezer-safe container and freeze for 1 hour.
  3. Enjoy eating whole!

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  1. gokimgo says:

    Looks delicious! Have you tried ice cream using almonds? We may have to get an ice cream maker. I can’t believe that I hadn’t thought about using any milk other than cow’s milk for ice cream!

    • eatingwhole says:

      Thank you! That sounds like a great idea (however, I’m allergic to almonds!). The cashews in this recipe make this a creamy, rich-tasting gelato. Absolutely superb! I’m on a little cashew binge (testing different cheeses, milks, creams) & falling in love with them all over again!

    • eatingwhole says:

      It’s super easy without one! Just make sure you check on your mixture in one after placing it in the freezer (it should still be a little soft at this time). It used to be my method before the ice cream maker days ;).

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