Are you in love with ice-cream but afraid that it might affect your weight. Well here’s a solution, you can follow the keto diet and have ice cream as well. Before you google Keto diet, you can read it right here. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, low carbohydrate, adequate protein diet that which forces the body to burn fats.
Below are five scoops worth trying the next time a craving strikes. All are luscious, creamy, rich in fat, and lower in net carbs.
Halo Top may be the best choice for an ice cream that won’t derail your diet. A half-cup serving of Birthday Cake, for example, has 70 calories, 5 grams protein, 3 grams fiber, and 6 grams of net carbs. You could eat a cup or more of Halo Top’s popular pints and stay in ketosis.
Edy’s Slow Churned No Sugar Added
Edy’s slimmed down its fan favorites—including Fudge Tracks, Butter, Pecan, Vanilla Bean, Triple Chocolate, and Neapolitan—by replacing sugar with sorbitol and sucralose (Splenda). A half-cup serving of Vanilla Beanthis link opens in a new tab contains 100 calories and 8 grams of net carbs.
Enlightened are made to be low in carbs. They use sugar alcohol, like erythritol, and monk fruit extract to replace sugar. The result is a frosty treat that has 60-100 calories per half-cup serving.
So Delicious makes dairy-free ice cream from full-fat coconut milk. The No Sugar Added varieties have negligible amounts of sugar and are sweetened with a combo of the sugar alcohol erythritol and monk fruit extract.
Rebel is a new ice cream brand designed for keto diet devotees. Rebel pints are made with cream and other high-fat ingredients and sweetened with erythritol and monk fruit. A pint of rebel is rich and creamy but has negligible amounts of sugar.