Toasted Coconut Crumble Protein Ice Cream

This is the most delicious pint of homemade protein coconut ice cream you’ll ever have.

If you have a Ninja Creami, you’ll want this one in your rotation.

I have mastered the creaminess with my protein ice cream concoctions, and you will thank me when you try them.

I eat these protein ice creams for lunch, and I’m not made about it either!

Toasted Coconut Crumble Protein Ice Cream

The creamiest coconut protein ice cream on the block
Prep Time5 minutes
Course: Breakfast, lunch, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: calorie command, calorie counting, calories, healthi, healthier choices, healthier food, healthier lunch, healthy lunch, Ice cream, kid freindly, protein, protein ice cream, weight watchers, ww, ww recipe, ww snack
Servings: 1


  • 1 Ninja Creami Ice Cream Maker



  • 1 11.5 oz Fairlife vanilla protein shake or protein shake of your choice
  • 1 TBSP Simply Delish vanilla instant pudding mix or pudding mix of your choice
  • 1 Pinch Kosher salt
  • 1 Splash Coconut extract


  • 2 Belvita toasted coconut breakfast cookies


  • Place everything from the ice cream base ingredients into the Ninja Creami pint and mix until combine
  • Place into the freezer for at least 12 hours but recommend overnight
  • Once the mixture is frozen place into the base container for the machine and attach the top with blade
  • Set the machine to "Ice Cream" setting.
  • Re-mix 5-6 times or until your consistency is to your liking. 6 remixes are perfect for creaminess. In between one of the remixes splash 1-2 TBSP almond milk to help along *OPTIONAL*
  • Place the mix-ins into the center of the ice cream and hit "Mix-in" button


serving is one pint
290 Calories
32g Protein
8 WW personal points
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  1. I have a kitchen aid with ice cream attachment and also a vitamix blender. Will either of these work with your recipe?

    1. I would try the kitchen aid one, if you were to use the Vitamix I would freeze mixture in ice cube trays first then blend but the Ninja Creami is so compact and small

  2. Yummy! Canโ€™t wait to try these! I love ice cream for lunch and anytime in between! Did I mention breakfast?! Yes Please!!

  3. I have a Cuisinart ice cream maker, do you think that will work with your recipes? They look amazing!!

    1. You can certainly try using the ice cream base. Iโ€™m unsure if itโ€™ll come out with the same texture but itโ€™s DEFINITELY worth a shot! Please let me know how it comes out ๐Ÿฅฐ

  4. I saw your posts on Instagram and bought a Creami! I love the coconut crumble. I had a box of regular coconut cream pudding that I used (I wish they would make a SF/FF one) and it was Ssooo good. Also made the vanilla and mixed in chocolate chips. Yum!! I have pistachio in the freezer.
    Thanks for getting me hooked!

  5. Chef Allie bravo! This is very good! I had to make the vanilla since I didn’t have coconut extract but I cannot wait to make more flavors. I may even invest in the Ninja icream but for now I froze the base into cubes and used my vitamix. Yum!

  6. You are a GENIUS! Love these recipes so much! So glad I found you, such a great way to get a good amount of protein in a different way, yay!!

  7. I recently started following you and as a result I purchased a Creami on Prime Day. The toasted coconut was the first flavor I did and OH MY GOSH. Iโ€™m shook. So very good. Canโ€™t wait to try other flavors.

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