How to Make Keto Ice Cream in 5 Minutes!
Did you know that the ChipMonk Bakery is located in Houston Texas? That means our summers are HOT! And what better way to cool off than with some delicious, creamy ice cream? Of course, traditional ice cream has way too much sugar for us. And store bought keto ice cream is often disappointing and crazy expensive! That’s why this week we are experimenting with a delicious and ultra-simple keto ice cream recipe from Joy Filled Eats. With only 3 ingredients and 5 minutes, it doesn’t get much easier than this:
How to Make Keto Ice Cream:
Keto Ice Cream Ingredients:
1 cup frozen fruit
1/2 cup COLD heavy cream (or coconut cream)
1/8 tsp AlluMonk sweetener (or your preferred low carb sweetener)
Keto Ice Cream Recipe:
- Add the frozen fruit to a small food processor. Process for a few seconds until the fruits are broken into pieces.
- Add the heavy cream and sweetener and process for a 20-30 more seconds until the ice cream is nice and smooth. If the food processor gets stuck, just take a spoon and move the ice cream around and process again.
- Serve immediately.
| Calories: 242 | Carbohydrates: 9.76g | Protein: 2.19g | Fat: 22.37g | Saturated Fat: 13.92g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.83g | Monounsaturated Fat: 6.46g | Cholesterol: 83mg | Sodium: 23mg | Fiber: 4.3g | Sugar: 2.92g
*nutritional information is for raspberry ice cream. Values will vary based on what fruit you choose
What flavors can I make?
You can make any frozen fruit-based flavors! Think blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, and blackberry. The possibilities are endless.For higher carb options, you could use frozen mango, cherry, banana, pineapple and so on.As long as you have some frozen fruit, you’ll be able to make this easy keto ice cream.
Do I need to use a Food Processor?
Yes. You need to be able to crush the frozen fruit and blend it with the cream so doing this by hand is impossible. I don’t recommend using a blender because there won’t be enough liquid to blend and the frozen fruit will get stuck in the blades.
What about the cone?
If you want to keep this recipe fully keto, we recommend serving in a bowl, but if you’re craving a cone, our friends over at Enlightened Sugar Free Cones make a delicious option with only 3 net carbs. And if you’re feeling extra-adventurous, check out this recipe to make your very own DIY keto-friendly waffle cones: https://keenforketo.com/keto-waffle-cones/