10 Favorite low carb ice cream recipes for a wonderful summer
Summer comes and we just can not do without ice cream! After all ice cream could contain a lot of very nutritious ingredients, and none of the bad stuff.
In this collection of favorite recipes, they will fall under 3 categories:
- ketogenic ratios of macronutrients, no processed ingredients and no dairy -> Keto Paleo
- ketogenic ratios with sugar alcohols (Swerve) and dairy -> Keto
- Lower carb and no processed ingredients or dairy -> Paleo / Low carb
- Lower carb with some dairy and sugar alcohol (Swerve) -> Low Carb
So let’s dig in! What is your favorite?
A classic favorite flavor made with healthy coconut milk and a surprise ingredient!
I love the crunchy chocolate bits that get frozen in to the smooth cream.
An unusual flavor for ice cream, but a fascinating one! I love Thai food and this ice cream version of Thm Ka Gai is just a must for Summer.
Serve it as an appetizer instead of dessert and it will be the sensation of a fancy dinner party!
This is a simple but tasty recipe, ready in a few minutes and quite easy to make. It’s the perfect go -to recipe for that moment when the ice cream fancy strikes you and you have none ready! Also great if you do not own an ice cream maker. (Plus you can’r go wrong with vanilla!)
I love the refreshing taste of lemon curd. Especially when creamy, cold and smooth! This is recipe contains nutritious ingredients like eggs and egg yolks. A great home made option for kids!
Chocolate covered tiramisu? Oh baby! I think this recipe will be an instant success. Not strictly ice cream, but I could not help myself!
“If you’re wishing on a Leprechaun for Low Carb Irish Cream Ice Cream then the Luck o’ the Irish is doing its job because Fluffy Chix Cook came up with a healthy low carb version of Irish Cream Ice Cream to replace the former high carb version that’s packed with sugar.” Well said Sooze!
A fantastic unusual flavor that could easily become a favorite! “Poppy seed ice cream isn’t so weird when you consider that poppy seeds are used frequently in Central Europe, from cakes and strudels to special Christmas buns and pasta. It is often used as a ground paste.” I am from Italy and I love poppy seeds (I had to have a poppy seed recipe on this blog!)
This is a wonderful paleo recipe that can easily made low carb by substituting the 3 Tbs of honey for 3 Tbs of Swerve. You can also use stevia but dosages will vary depending on which kind of stevia you prefer to use.
A delicious low carb version of some of the most popular flavors. Worth a try!
A kid-approved recipe from maria’s blog. Do not let the unusual combination deter you: it’s absolutely delicious!