Kirbie's Cravings

No Churn Avocado Ice Cream

Creamy, sweet, homemade avocado flavored ice cream that can be made without an ice cream maker. It’s just 3 ingredients and eggless!

photo of a bowl of No Churn Avocado Ice Cream

I am so excited about this ice cream recipe. I tasted avocado ice cream a few years ago and fell in love with the flavor.

While avocado is not usually associated with sweets, it actually tastes delicious when sweetened for smoothies, ice cream and popsicles like my Avocado Coconut Ice Pops.
photo of an ice cream scoop with avocado ice cream
This recipe sticks to the basic no-churn base I’ve been using. You always have to be careful about adding other ingredients because it can cause the ice cream base to get icy. But the nice thing about avocado is that it’s rich and creamy, so it doesn’t make the ice cream icy at all.
process photo collage showing steps to make no churn avocado ice cream
Because avocado isn’t sweet on its own, it makes the ice cream a little less sweet, which is perfect for those who prefer less sweet desserts. For me, it means I can eat a bigger bowl before I feel sugared out.
overhead photo of No Churn Avocado Ice Cream
After I make the ice cream, I store it in these pint containers* to save space in my freezer. They also are great for gifting.

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No Churn Avocado Ice Cream

Servings: 2 pints
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
3 ingredients are all you need for this creamy, sweet avocado ice cream.
5 from 1 vote


  • 1 (14-oz) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 large/extra large ripe avocado peeled and seed removed
  • 2 cups cold heavy cream


  • In a blender, add avocado and condensed milk. Mix on high speed until smooth and no avocado chunks remain. Pour avocado mixture into a large bowl.
  • In a mixing bowl of a stand mixer, add cold heavy cream. Whip on high speed with wire whisk attachment until cream become stiff peaks.
  • Add in 1/3 of the whipped cream to the avocado bowl. Gently fold in the whipped cream until no white streaks remain, but careful not to mix too hard as you want to maintain the air that was whipped in. Repeat with another 1/3 of whipped cream and again with the final 1/3. Pour mixture into a 9 x 5 inch loaf baking pan. Freeze overnight until solid.

The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.

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19 comments on “No Churn Avocado Ice Cream”

  1. Hi!

    Can I use coconut cream instead of sweetened condensed milk? Like a keto version


    • The coconut cream would work as a substitute for the heavy cream but not the condensed milk. I’m working on trying to make a keto-friendly no-churn ice cream.

  2. Is it okay to freeze in the pint containers or better in the baking sheet?

  3. I know you’ve mentioned one 7.5 ounce avocado(whole) but just to get an idea, how much of the flesh/pulp of the avocado is required? Because some avocados have bigger seeds and thicker skins while some have smaller seeds and thinner skins. Knowing how much of the usable part of the avocado would be very helpful.

    • I understand your concerns but in this case, having slightly different amount of avocado won’t make much of a difference because the avocado amount is not essential to the ice cream base forming. It will just make your ice cream have a stronger or slightly weaker avocado flavor.

  4. If you add creme de menthe to the avocado ice cream, how much would you recommend?

    • I haven’t cooked much with creme de menthe but with my general extracts experience, I would think 1 tsp should be suffice

  5. Can you add cocoa powder for a chocolate ice cream?

    • The basic formula for the no churn ice cream is the sweetened condensed milk and the heavy cream, so you can definitely play around with other flavors. I’m sure you can make a good chocolate one with cocoa powder. I would probably stir the cocoa powder in the cream before whipping it, so that it should blend in once whipped.

  6. Does anyone have a substitute for the condensed milk I would prefer not to use it.

  7. Oh got it!! duhhh 🙂 I’ll definitely try today.  Sounds so yummy and easy.  Thanks!

  8. I don’t see whipped cream listed on the ingredients. How much whipped cream do we need for this recipe?

    • Whipped cream is not a separate ingredient. In step 2, you whip the heavy cream to stiff peaks. Step 3 refers to the whipped cream you created in step 2.

  9. Just made this last night and tried it tonight. It was a subtle nice flavor. Our 7-year-old was chomping away trying to guess the flavor. When we told her it was avocado, she pretended not to like it and then proceeded to eat the rest of her bowl with a smile haha. I’m loving these no-churn ice cream recipes of yours! Thanks

  10. Kirbie, I am so glad you posted this! My husband LOVES avocado and will love this special treat waiting for him when he comes home from his business trip. We love your recipes and your website in general. Thanks!