Top 407: the best vegan ice cream spots in Orlando

Looking for some new non-dairy dessert spots? Here's a list of Orlando vegan ice cream spots to get your sugar fix.

by Ariana Rodriguez
May 26, 2022

The methods and ideas to create vegan food are pretty creative. Just making the perfect nut milk is quite challenging. What’s even more impressive is when it tastes so good to the point where you question why you ever chose dairy ice cream in the past. The vegan ice cream locations below will help you understand the hype if you don’t understand it yet.

Greenery Creamery (Orlando)

Besides the delicious creamy vegan ice cream options, this ice cream shop is an oasis. Plants and unique flower arrangements are placed throughout the store and at the entrance, hence the name of the vegan ice cream shop: Greenery Creamery. Right when you walk toward the ice cream selection, you will be mesmerized by all the vegan options. They offer unique flavors like Speculoos (cinnamon cookie butter and a touch of whiskey) and Black Ash Coconut. When do you see those flavors at an ice cream shop? 

The Greenery Creamery
Getting there
420 E Church St Unit 112, Orlando, FL 32801, USA
Hours
Mon-Thu 12–9pm
Fri-Sat 12–10pm
Sun 12–9pm
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Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream (Winter Park)

Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream is located in a fun plaza with much to do. All the unique stores have their own vibe. When you enter Kelly’s, the poppy pink colors will give you the summer vibes you have been searching for. With summer approaching, this is the perfect place to go. Besides the adorable design of the ice cream shop, the flavors there will transcend you into a realm of happiness. The non-dairy flavors are limited but unique and all made from scratch. They offer Passionfruit Sorbet, Mango Sorbet, and Amaretto Cherry. I tried the Passionfruit Sorbet, and I can tell it was homemade just by smelling it. I was convinced when the flavors and textures hit my taste buds. It was creamy and tropical the way I just imagined it. 

Kelly's Homemade Ice Cream
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Getting there
3114 Corrine Dr, Orlando, FL 32803, USA
Hours
Mon-Thu 12–9pm
Fri 12–10pm
Sat 11am–10pm
Sun 11am–9pm
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Rolled Ice Cream (Orlando)

Rolled Ice Cream is seen on countless Instagram feeds for a reason. Ice cream always looks mouth-watering, but there’s a different aesthetic when it is carefully rolled up. This specific rolled ice cream joint is different from the others since they offer vegan options. Now the vegans can finally hope on this new ice cream trend. A non-vegan said the vegan strawberry flavor was out of this world. If a non-vegan said that, I wonder what a vegan would say.

Rolled Ice Cream
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Getting there
688 N Alafaya Trail #104, Orlando, FL 32828, USA
Hours
Mon-Thu 3–10pm
Fri-Sat 1–11pm
Sun 1–10pm
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DaJen Eats Cafe & Creamery (Orlando)

Remember to come hungry for this place since this vegan restaurant has it all. They offer Soursop Sherbet and other creative ice cream flavors. Based on the reviews, they are always experimenting with new flavors. All the reviews mention how creamy their ice cream was and how they are considering transitioning to being a full-time vegan! Besides ice cream, they offer vegan Caribbean food and sandwiches. Their ice cream has a tropical and Caribbean vibe to it as well. It is definitely a place to try, and it may even turn into your go-to!

Dajen Eats
Getting there
4845 N Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32810, USA
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Ariana Rodriguez graduated from FIU during the pandemic and went straight into teaching English. After two years of teaching, she decided to focus a lot more on her passions of writing and music. She writes about merely anything, and her music reflects that since she is also an alternative artist. You can find her writing a Science Fiction screenplay or a story about a local haunted house. Expect the unexpected.

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