Vegan A La Mode: More than 100 Frozen Treats for Every Day of the Year


Baklava, Blueberry Muffin, Buttery Popcorn, French Toast, Tiramisu, White Chocolate … what do all of these foods have in common? They are all flavors in the amazing new ice cream recipe book, Vegan A La Mode by Hannah Kaminsky.

Vegan A La Mode Ice Cream RecipesReally, I don’t even need to review this un-cookbook. I could simply post up all of the recipe titles and 99% of you would probably buy it immediately! I only wish I’d had the chance to review Vegan A La Mode earlier in the summer, but as this ice cream book proves, ice cream is definitely a year ‘round dessert.

What’s Inside Vegan A La Mode

If you aren’t familiar with Hannah, and her blog Bittersweet, then I should forewarn that nothing she creates is ordinary. Vegan A La Mode isn’t simply filled with original vegan recipes, it’s got ice cream flavors that you won’t see in any other cookbook, vegan or not! And, the variety doesn’t stop there. Beyond the flavors, Hannah uses a range of different ice cream bases to create creamy textures, including nuts, rice, and coconut milk. Many of the recipes in this book are even made with simple, easy to find, non-dairy milk, so they are optionally soy-free and low fat, too!

Of course, Hannah takes gorgeous photos of every recipe, too. Here is a little teaser of what’s inside …

Paradise Plum Vegan Ice Cream

Paradise Plum Ice Cream

Vanilla Vegan Frozen Yogurt

Naked Frozen Yogurt

Gianduja Chocolate Vegan Ice Cream

Gianduja Ice Cream (Italian Chocolate-Hazelnut)

Bitter Orange Vegan Ice Cream

Bitter Orange Sorbet

Vegan Brownie Ice Cream Cookies

Brownie Cookies

The chapters in Vegan A La Mode include:

  • Ingredients Glossary
  • Kitchen Tools and Toys
  • Essential Techniques
  • Troubleshooting
  • Bakery and Candy Shoppe Inspirations
  • Chocolate and Vanilla (trust me, these ice cream recipes go WAY beyond plain old chocolate and vanilla)
  • Coffee, Tea, or Me: Libations
  • In a Nutshell: Nuts and Seeds
  • Nature’s Candy: Fruits, Vegetables, and Herbs
  • Toppings, Accompaniments, and Components

Vegan A La Mode is formatted exactly as Hannah’s last book, Vegan Desserts. So if you have that one, you can expect exactly the same attractive look and quality.

Giveaway Time

This giveway is closed! Congratulations to Kristine; she received a gift copy of Vegan A La Mode. Even if you didn’t win, you can still order a copy of your own on Amazon!

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About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. Caitlin Cox (Smith) on

    These all look so good! My fave ice cream flavour (@ the moment) is Red Velvet… but Baklava in Ice Cream would be Devine! I’d love to try out this book! 😀

  2. any and all flavors – i could eat ice cream for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as snacks!!

  3. Hmm…probably So Delicious’s Dulce de Leche. It used to always have that tunnel of caramelly goodness in the center. Not so much, anymore. But I keep trying to find it! 🙂

  4. I grew up in an ice cream making family so I love them all. But I guess if I had to name a favorite it would be my mom’s strawberry — she used a strawberry flavored custard and fresh strawberries.

    • Talia, there is actually a Mouse Tracks vegan ice cream recipe in this book! That’s not a typo either it’s mouse, rather than moose, but same delicious concept.