• Krista Smith, FNTP

Best Sugar Free Vanilla Ice Cream EVER!

Updated: May 3


Several years ago I was gifted a ice cream bowl for my KitchenAid and a Ben & Jerry's ice cream cookbook. Boy did we eat a TON of great ice creams! Of course at that time I ate whatever so they were absolutely not for anyone looking to lose weight.


Fast forward to about 5 years ago and I've been creating "healthier" ice cream recipes ever since, mainly using coconut milk or cream.


I just love the richness of Ben & Jerry's recipes, so I modified their French Vanilla recipe to make it sugar free, low carb and keto friendly. Just check out how fluffy it is!





The velvety texture of this ice cream doesn't disappoint! I especially love that it comes together quickly with just 5 ingredients!


I am seriously considering making some keto ice cream cookie sandwiches in the future to level up my sweets game. :)


Making this recipe? Be sure to #your180health and tag me @your180health on Instagram!


Ready to give it a try? Click here or any of the images above for a printable version!


Best Sugar Free Vanilla Ice Cream EVER!

By Krista Smith, FNTP

Inspired by Ben & Jerry’s French Vanilla recipe

from Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Ice Cream & Dessert Cookbook

This rich and creamy vanilla ice cream is the real deal with just 5 ingredients! It’s keto, low carb and diabetic friendly-just don’t eat too much in a serving, as it’s high in calories and fat.

Ingredients

2 large eggs

¾ C Swerve confectioner’s sweetener

2 C Heavy whipping cream

1 C unsweetened original almond milk

2 tsp vanilla extract

Directions

Using a stand mixer or whisk, whip eggs until they begin to foam, about 1 ½ minutes.

Add confectioner’s sugar and mix until well combined.

Pour in cream and almond milk. Add vanilla extract and continue to mix for about 1 minute more.

Freeze in ice cream maker according to manufacturer’s directions.


Makes 1 qt per recipe.

Nutritional Facts from MyFitnessPal when divided into 6 servings:

(Carbohydrates from Swerve are included but are said “not to count” as they are sugar alcohols and do not raise blood sugar)


Calories: 301

Fat: 29g

Carbohydrates: 18g

Protein: 8g


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Krista Smith
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