Eating ice cream can be a challenge for some of us so here’s another option using 3 to 4 ingredients. Keto ice cream shy’s away from using light cream, recommending the use of heavy cream. Sugar and sweeteners are used, but Xylitol, erythritol or monk fruit sweeteners make a great choice. Xanthan gum gives your ice cream texture so you can scoop your ice cream. Of course using vanilla extract or any extract you like better. You can also add a few drops of vodka to help with the creaminess and ability to scoop the ice cream. As you mix up your ice cream, you can mix well and freeze or use an ice cream maker. This sounds like a good recipe and below is a recipe you might like.
Some Keto lovers like to use sugar-free sweetened condensed milk. The strange things about sugar is it depresses the freezing point in traditional ice cream, making it easier to scoop right out of the freezer. So no sugar usually means hard ice cream, period. Using eggs help create a creamy texture, and most homemade keto ice cream recipes don’t contain eggs. Egg-free ice cream is widely called Philadelphia style, using sugar and other ingredients to stay soft. To see how to make your own homemade keto ice cream see full recipes.