Keto ice cream recipe – make it at home

One of my bigger transgressions when it comes to food is ice cream, I just can’t, or won’t live without it. Considering that I’m willing to bet there are a couple of people who feel the same as me, and are on keto. So you’re in luck as here is a tried and tested keto ice cream recipe for the summer! And winter, and every season to be honest, it’s just that good.

Keto ice cream recipe

It’s very simple and easy to make. You DO need an ice cream maker, but nothing fancy, the cheapest one will do.

I have a simple one, which has a freezing container that can be detached, and put in the freezer, so you can store it.

You need the following

  • 6 eggs (free range in possible, it isn’t a deal breaker tho)
  • Vanilla flavoring
  • 10 drops of lemon juice for taste
  • 100g butter
  • 100g coconut oil
  • 50g MCT oil (very important for its consistency)
  • 80g erythritol
  • upto  100 ml of water or ice ( I suggest you use less, then add more if necessary)
  • (recommended) 30g to 60g cocoa powder
  • A blender
  • An ice cream maker
keto ice cream recipe
The ingredients for the keto ice cream recipe

The process

  1. Put all the ingredients aside from the water/ice in the blender and blend it. It may take a while, but you should blend until you end up with a creamy mass.
  2. Add water/ice and blend until it’s completely absorbed. If you want your keto ice cream to be creamy, it should have a yogurt like consistency.
  3. Pour the keto ice cream mass into the ice cream maker, turn it on and let it do its magic. The longer it mixes the creamer it will be, it will have a gelato like consistency.*
  4. Enjoy your delicious keto ice cream, you deserve it!

*NOTE: If you don’t have a fancy expensive ice cream maker, don’t forget to put the freezing container in the freezer a day before. I made that mistake the first time.

The end result

keto ice cream recipe
The finished product in all its glory

I recommend trying this keto ice cream recipe, and if you happen to like it, feel free to comment and share it with your friends.

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Author: Ivan Vlahinić

I am not a scientist. But i don’t have to be a scientist to be able to deftly use the scientific method in your daily life. In fact, you can be one helluva ‘thinker’ (in the scientific sense) and not be a scientist. For instance, nutritionists and personal trainers like me, who use and embrace science and the scientific method are better trainers because of it. Why? Because rather than just being a parrot and telling my clients what to do, because that’s what I have been told when I was younger I understand the “why” of my advice. And if I dont? Then I fully admit that i don’t, and that’s fine. The more you learn in the field of fitness and nutrition, the more you realize there is a lot of stuff that you dont know. But this is something that is true of all fields of work or life. The scientific method is the single most powerful way of thinking, that’s why I embrace it. Anecdotes are nice, but data and facts trumps anecdotes.

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