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Vegan Blackberry Cheesecake Gelato Recipe

Are you looking for a delicious and healthy vegan dessert to tantalize your taste buds this summer? Well, look no further than the Vegan Blackberry Cheesecake Gelato Recipe. Not only is it a delicious treat, but it also comes with various health benefits that make it an ideal dessert for any occasion.

This recipe is perfect for anyone looking for a tasty vegan option for dessert. Non-dairy cream cheese and milk make the recipe 100% dairy-free, making it a perfect option for individuals who are lactose intolerant or simply looking for vegan dessert options.

The blackberries included in this recipe provide an excellent source of fiber, Vitamin C, and Vitamin K. Moreover, studies have shown that blackberries have antioxidant properties that help boost brain function and lower the risk of cancers and heart diseases.

If you are looking to enhance the Vegan Blackberry Cheesecake Gelato Recipe, there are several innovations you could try. Adding toasted, chopped nuts such as almonds, pecans, or even pistachios to the final product can provide a delicious crunch and an even more fulfilling dessert experience. Alternatively, you could drizzle some caramel or chocolate sauce on top of the gelato to make it more decadent and rich.

The Vegan Blackberry Cheesecake Gelato Recipe is a refreshing dessert that is perfect for any occasion, particularly for enjoying on a hot summer day. The best part is, you can prepare it ahead of time and store it for up to two months in the freezer - so you can keep cool all summer long! So, try this recipe today and revel in the delicious taste and health benefits of this vegan dessert.



2 cups blackberries 1 cup non dairy cream cheese 1 cup non dairy milk ¾ cup sugar 1½ teaspoons vanilla extract


• Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Transfer to the bowl of an ice cream maker and process according to manufacturer’s directions. Once frozen, store in a flexible airtight container for up to 2 months.

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