These Ninja Creami recipes are creamier, dreamier, and more delicious than ever.
Trust me: homemade ice cream has never been so easy to make.
Sure, you could try some no-churn ice cream recipes to save on time. But between the smoothie bowls, milkshakes, and gelato, the Ninja Creami does it best.
Okay, I know I sound excited. But it’s so hard to resist these heavenly frozen treats!
Take a lick and see for yourself. I just know you’ll keep coming back to these tasty Ninja Creami recipes.
Decadence and creativity come together in this remarkably unique ice cream flavor.
The four-ingredient base consists of goat cheese, heavy cream, milk, and honey.
From there, you can add in all sorts of fun ingredients like rosemary or almonds.
This may not be your typical scoop, but it’s an elegant creation your friends won’t be able to resist.
Another striking flavor is this lemon cookie ice cream. The lemon extract adds a bright zip and cream cheese makes it super luscious.
For a little cookie crunch, Golden Oreos are an impeccable choice.
Just be sure to crush them; otherwise, you’ll have big frozen chunks of cookies just waiting to crack a tooth!
Or better yet, why not make some zesty ice cream sandwiches? Use this ice cream recipe and some simple lemon cake mix cookies.
I could eat a whole pint of this strawberry ice cream in a single sitting. The creamy vanilla bean base and strawberries are about as refreshing as it gets.
Like all the ice cream recipes, you’ll have to let ingredients rest in the freezer for a day before hitting the ice cream button on the Ninja Creami.
But it’s well worth the wait.
Despite my love of trying new flavors, sometimes I only want chocolate ice cream. So when the craving strikes, I turn to this foolproof recipe.
Heavy cream, milk, and cream cheese create the perfect texture. As for flavoring, all you need is some cocoa powder and vanilla extract.
And if you like your ice cream with some texture, this fudge recipe will add a wonderful chewiness to the mix.
There are a ton of delectable high-protein dessert recipes to choose from, but this one is best when you want something cold and sweet on a hot day.
All it takes is a bottle of your favorite protein shake and the Ninja Creami. It’s seriously that easy.
Of course, some add-ins are always nice. For crunch and extra protein, nuts are a favorite choice of mine. But then, you can’t go wrong with a sprinkling of mini chocolate chips either.
Another tasty way to cool down and beat the heat is with this indulgent mango sorbet. It’s incredibly refreshing and deliciously fruity.
Plus, all you use is a can of mangoes, so it’s an excellent healthy dessert option.
This orange creamsicle ice cream will have you dreaming of long summer days by the beach.
It’s an electrifying mix of orange, vanilla, and a triple dose of dairy.
Creamy and tangy, it’s just like the classic popsicle!
After a long day of adulting, this ice cream is the perfect pick-me-up. It’s sweet, a little bit fruity, and has a pleasant touch of cinnamon.
The secret to this flavor is using instant oatmeal and an irresistible cinnamon roll seasoning.
Aside from the flavor, what sets this apart is the base. You’ll use cream powder and yogurt for a gelato-like finish.
Let me introduce you to my latest gelato obsession: blueberry cheesecake.
Because in case you didn’t know, I take cheesecake pretty seriously. That means I’m picky when it comes to cheesecake desserts.
Luckily, this whimsical dessert is bursting with blueberries, tangy cream cheese, and yummy crushed Graham Crackers.
This would make a terrific summer dessert to beat the heat, be it a simple weekend BBQ or Fourth of July party.
Get ready to indulge because raspberry white truffle is an extravagant treat.
Between the fresh raspberries and raspberry preserves, this ice cream is oozing with fruity goodness.
The whole is made even more decadent by adding in ready-made white chocolate truffles.
Next to mango, this is my other favorite sorbet flavor. After all, what screams summer more than tropical pineapple desserts?
The pineapple is a little tangy and perfectly sweet. Of course, you can mellow that tartness out with a dollop of whipped coconut cream to serve.
Remember to use the sorbet function for this and not ice cream.
Luscious caramel mocha with Oreo? Yes, please!
This rich chocolatey delight is the ultimate treat for those who like decadent ice cream flavors.
There’s a pumpkin recipe for all desserts, including Ninja Creami ice cream.
Thanks to the coconut milk and pumpkin puree, this recipe is dairy-free and packed with pumpkin spice goodness.
Did I mention it’s also got a little splash of rum? How could anyone resist?
If you’re a fan of warm and spicy Mexican hot chocolate, you’ll love this Ninja Creami recipe.
All it takes is a dash of cinnamon, a sprinkle of chili powder, and a few spoonfuls of cocoa.
I love this ice cream in the winter and find it’s a big hit around the holidays.
Have you ever had a frozen banana dipped in chocolate? This is sort of like that.
It’s full of ripe bananas and yummy chocolate chips. It also calls for almond milk to keep it light and wonderfully dairy-free.
Maple gelato is such a simple flavor, and yet, so elegant.
It’s got a kiss of maple syrup while a heavy dose of brown sugar sweetens the deal.
Plus, you can easily make a non-dairy version with vegan cream cheese and coconut cream.
Just be sure to add those to the machine first to get the right consistency.
Call up your friends because this recipe will make you want to party!
It’s like a frozen watermelon daiquiri, except a little less boozy. That makes it ideal for a poolside refreshment when you’ve got the day off.
The key to developing the ideal ice cream texture with the Ninja Creami is cream cheese.
When incorporating it, be sure it’s room temperature so it mixes well.
Since this recipe is so simple, vanilla bean paste is best for a super-rich flavor.
Of course, extract works too if that’s all you have.
What I love about this easy and clean recipe is that you can add all kinds of yummy extras, from cookie dough and pretzels to nuts and caramel.
I like chopped-up fudge brownies swirled throughout, but the sky’s the limit really.
Looking for a fun dessert to top off a Sunday brunch with friends? Sangria sorbet is a wonderful choice.
This recipe takes sangria flavored hard seltzer and turns it into a lush frozen dessert.
It’s fruity, a little boozy, and perfect for an adult treat.
Ice cream and sorbet isn’t the only thing you can make with a Ninja Creami. You can make smoothie bowls too!
Here’s one of my favorites for you to try, with dragon fruit and pineapple juice coming together for a vibrant and tropical treat.
Of course, every good smoothie bowl needs toppings. I like fresh berries, dried coconut shavings, and nuts on mine.
Whether you’re doing Christmas in the Bahamas or bundling up in the snowy mountains, everyone will be on board with this frozen eggnog.
And can I tell you a secret? You only need one ingredient. But don’t worry, I won’t tell your guests.
No matter the time of year, this mulled apple cider ice cream is sure to please.
It’s got a heavenly spice blend that includes nutmeg, allspice, and clove. There’s also a little zip from some orange zest.
It even comes with a cinnamon apple topping. Yum!
Another terrific way to celebrate the holidays is with peppermint gelato. It’s a minty fresh concoction that features peppermint extract and crushed candy canes.
Kids will love this gelato, especially with the crunchy topping.
Here’s one last frozen goody that’s for adults only – no matter how colorful it looks.
It combines rainbow sherbet with lime-flavored hard seltzer for a fun, refreshing treat.
Unlike sorbet or ice cream, making shakes with the Ninja Creami takes less than 10 minutes.
So you can be the life of the party and whip up batch cocktails with your new favorite machine.
The kid in me will forever have a soft spot for this ice cream.
You’ll combine mini marshmallows with the standard Ninja Creami base of heavy cream, milk, and cream cheese.
Then toss in some Graham Cracker crumbles and chocolate chunks.
Campfire or not, the whole family can enjoy this tasty treat.
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