It’s hot. And it’s only going to get hotter. Which means it’s ice cream season!
So, where can you get vegan ice cream in Las Vegas?
It turns out, there are quite a few places to get vegan ice cream (and other frozen treats) in Las Vegas.
Which vegan ice cream in Las Vegas will you try first?
Cool off with vegan ice cream from these 5 Las Vegas spots
Almond Milk Creamery
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Housed inside Cafe No Fur, Almond Milk Creamery will make your little vegan hearts flutter.
First, let’s talk about their shakes. These bad boys come in a few different flavors and you can get them in true Vegas style — in towers that are refillable.
Then, there are the ice cream cakes. Yup. Las Vegas has vegan ice cream cakes. And they can be yours at Cafe No Fur.
If you want just some vegan ice cream, they’ve got you covered, too.
You can also find their ice cream products at Chef Kenny’s Asian Vegan Restaurant and other restaurants in town.
Gelatology is a vegan-friendly ice cream shop in Southwest Las Vegas.
Here, you’ll find made-from-scratch vegan gelato and sorbet, plus some seriously extravagant desserts like their Spaghetti Gelato, an epic sundae made with gelato “noodles” and topped with scoops of gelato to make the meatballs, and then topped with raspberry sauce (marinara) and coconut (parmesan).
The ice cream shop features rotating flavors of vegan goodness like cookies and cream, hazelnut and coffee.
Check them out on Facebook.
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While Nourish Creamery’s brick-and-mortar shop is no more, the vegan-friendly ice cream shop continues to thrive, thanks to its distribution to restaurants in Las Vegas.
We dig their organic, gluten-free vegan ice cream and the different creations they whip up. Offering a rotating selection, Nourish serves up traditional flavors like vanilla but they also offer flavors like taro, hibiscus rose, lavender, matcha and even a flavor called Coconut Storm made with strawberries, coconut and Oreos.
Learn more about Nourish Creamery on their Facebook.
Paradise City Creamery
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What don’t we love about Paradise City Creamery? We first met bad ass Valerie Stunning at Life is Beautiful when she did a pop-up next to The Farm Stand.
It was Vegan Ice Cream Love at first sight.
With a rotating line-up of cheeky flavors like Trophy Wife Breakfast made with golden milk cream, peanut butter, and cinnamon toasted coconut, and Maximalist with biscotti cream, caramelized cherry brownies and fudge, these decadent combos are a real treat.
Entirely vegan and gluten-free, Paradise City also rotates out booze-y creations including their Girlfriend Experience, an orange liqueur creamsicle ice cream with marshmallow cone chunks and hot pink sprinkles.
Check out Paradise City Creamery’s website to see where this fun, sexy vegan ice cream pop-ups in Las Vegas.
The Joy Pop Co.
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The Joy Pop Co. makes small-batch, seasonally inspired popsicles, many of which are vegan.
You can catch their stand at pop-ups, or get (nearly) instant gratification and order them online to be shipped to you.
Choose from options like lavender lemonade, strawberry, and pineapple chili lime and have them delivered straight to your front door. They’ll even throw in free shipping if you stock up and order more than 10 of these gorgeous vegan creations.
Get your vegan popsicles here.
Diana Edelman is the founder of Vegans, Baby and has emerged as the face of plant-based dining in Las Vegas and the leading plant-based restaurant consultant in the city. She spent a decade in the travel blogging world before switching gears to work in elephant rescue in Thailand. Diana travels the world to meet chefs and try vegan food, as well as speak at events focusing on travel, tourism, veganism and entrepreneurship. She’s a partner with the prestigious James Beard Foundation and curates their Vegas Vegan Dinners at the James Beard House. Diana is also a partner with Life is Beautiful, curating the all-vegan Farm Stand.