Low Carb Ice Cream Keto & Paleo Friendly
This delicious low carb ice cream no-churn paleo and keto vanilla ice cream are ridiculously creamy and fragrant. It's perfect for the upcoming summer & parties. Plus, it won’t freeze rock solid, like your usual homemade low carb ice cream.
We are excited to bring you some of our favorite recipes that work for a keto diet! With a focus on a low carb and high-fat diet, we have lots of keto-friendly recipes to help you create meal plans and stick to your goals (whatever they may be)!
Keto Ice Cream
Ice cream recipes are easy to make so please try this one. If you plan on making a large batch and letting it hang in your freezer, it’s generally a good idea to incorporate a couple of tablespoons of booze into your ice cream.
Remember that high alcoholic beverages do not freeze, so they will help your ice cream stay creamy smooth rather than rock-solid.
If you haven’t already heard, allulose is my new FAVE keto sweetener! When using allulose, I don’t experience the tummy troubles that I often have with erythritol and xylitol. Please note, this recipe requires an ice cream maker.
Ingredients For Keto-Friendly Ice Cream
- 1 cup allulose (or 3/4 cup erythritol)
- 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum
- 1 vanilla bean (halved and scraped, reserving seeds)
- 2 large eggs (use pasteurized shell eggs or
- Egg Beaters if you have safety concerns about consuming raw eggs)
- 3 cups heavy whipping cream
- 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- a few pinches sea salt
Method to Make Keto Ice Cream
- In a small bowl, mix together sweetener, xanthan gum, and vanilla bean seeds until fully combined. Set aside.
- In a bowl (or directly in your ice cream basin), beat eggs (or Egg Beaters) using a whisk or electric hand mixer on low speed. Gradually add the sweetener mixture until combined.
- Add heavy cream, almond milk, vanilla extract, and salt. Mix until ingredients are evenly incorporated.
- Pour mixture into your electric ice cream maker. Process until thick & frozen.
About Keto-Friendly Allulose
If you haven’t already heard, allulose is my new FAVE keto sweetener! When using allulose, I don’t experience the tummy troubles that I often have with erythritol and xylitol.
Allulose is not sugar alcohol but is actually a naturally occurring, zero-glycemic,
the sugar-like substance that is found in only a few foods including figs, jackfruit, and raisins. Allulose has 70% the sweetness of sugar so you need to adjust accordingly when replacing allulose for sugar (or erythritol) in recipes.
If you’re going to be making homemade ice cream regularly, I highly recommend buying an ice cream maker.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (If you skip the booze).
Yield: 12 serving, Serving Size: 1/2 cup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 225,
Total Carbohydrates: 14g,
Sugar Alcohols: 12g,
Net Carbohydrates: 2g,
Total Fat: 23g,