Last week I was kindly sent Maria Emmerich’s new cookbook. I made her incredible sugar free mint ice cream recipe and had to share it. I could have picked any number of recipes from her book because honestly, this is the type of book I would dream of writing one day.
The information, the recipes, the photography and the meal plans are exactly what everyone needs when embarking on a low carb lifestyle change.
UPDATE – scroll below to watch my new quick cooking video. It shows you exactly how to make this bad boy!
Sugar Free Mint Ice Cream
The ice cream is egg free and is covered with the most incredible sugar free and dairy free magic shell (finally, a recipe for magic shell that actually works – I know, I’ve made this three times already). Oh and did I mention this is such a sneaky way to get your kids to eat avocados?
There are 2 whole avocados hidden in here, and no one in my household even noticed. Avocados are so nutritious and packed with vitamins, nutrients and fibre.Sugar free mint ice cream with a sugar free magic shell - that actually works!!Click To Tweet
I truly think Maria writes the best Keto Cookbooks out there (and I have A LOT). She writes in such a way that she can make the most difficult concept, easy to understand. Then there are her amazing recipes and photography. A very talented woman indeed. Click here to buy now.
Sugar Free Mint Ice Cream With Sugar Free Magic Shell
Kids and adults will adore sugar free mint ice cream with sugar free magic shell. The magic shell recipe comes in handy for so many recipes, print it off and keep it safe!
Sugar Free Mint Ice Cream - egg free
Sugar Free Magic Shell - dairy free
Sugar Free Mint Ice Cream
Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
Pour into an ice cream maker and churn until frozen and light but creamy. Serve immediately or freeze until required. Store for up to 1 month in the freezer.
Sugar Free Magic Shell
Place all the ingredients in a bowl and stir until there are no lumps.
Store in the fridge for up to 2 weeks or freezer for 1 month. You will have to warm it up to become a liquid again before using.
Flavour variations - replace the vanilla with peppermint or almond extract
- If you don't have an ice cream maker, pour the sugar free mint ice cream into a shallow dish and pop in the freezer. Stir each half hour to break up any ice crystals.
- You can also pour the ice cream mixture into popsicle molds instead.
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