Super easy DAIRY FREE low-carb chocolate-chip ice cream bars using my no-churn method. The thick custard cream bars are low-carb luxury.
My simple and easy recipe uses basic ingredients such as coconut cream, egg yolks and cacao nibs!
Readers keep on asking me to develop more low-carb ice-cream. Why? Who knows, but my kids sure do love me experimenting in the kitchen until I get the recipe just right!
Low-Carb Chocolate-Chip Ice Cream Bars
It’s almost impossible to find a healthy ice-cream in the store. They are packed with high fructose corn syrup, sugar, colours, flavourings, preservatives and generally a whole long list of ingredients you probably can’t pronounce. And it’s even more difficult if you want a dairy free ice-cream.
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Why the no-churn method? Because so many people tell me they don’t want to buy an ice-cream maker.
Personally I love my ice-cream maker, and using it makes for a light and fluffy ice cream, but when you are wanting a healthy ice-cream bar, then the no-churn method is perfect.
The low-carb ice cream bar will be sturdy and solid. The creamy custard is luxurious, tasty and helps keep that sneaky sweet tooth from reappearing.
When you have a sweet craving and ice-cream is all you are hankering for, this is the perfect healthy low-carb sugar-free ice cream to always have on hand.
Make the quick and easy custard, then simply pour the sugar-free ice-cream into the baking tray.
Low-Carb Chocolate-Chip Ice Cream Bars – decorating
To make the healthy ice-cream bars look beautiful, sprinkle over some cacao nibs, raspberries and even some chopped macadamias would be incredible.
In fact, why not roll the sugar free ice cream bars in nuts for an authentic ice cream bar appearance?
Once the no churn ice cream has been frozen, remove from the baking tray for a few minutes to allow the plastic film to be removed easily from all sides.
Cut the low-carb chocolate-chip ice cream into bars. They could even be dipped or drizzled in chocolate at this point.
Once the bars have been cut, and possibly decorated (optional) then pop them into an airtight container, with non stick baking parchment between each layer, which avoids the low-carb chocolate-chip ice cream bars sticking to one another.
Store in the freezer and you have a ready supply when you want to reach fro something sweet, but avoid the carbs and other nasties.
Low-Carb Chocolate-Chip Ice Cream Bars Recipe
It’s so easy to make the sumptuous creamy custard, then pour into a lined baking dish, ready to freeze.
If ice cream is the arch-enemy to your diet, then make a big batch of these low-carb chocolate-chip ice cream bars and keep a steady supply of them in the fridge.
Top Tip: If you do use an ice-cream maker, this will turn the recipe from an ice-cream bar to fluffy ice-cream that can be scooped.
More Healthy Low-Carb Ice-Cream Recipes
- Mint ice-cream with a sugar-free chocolate magic shell
- Sugar-free coconut ice-cream
- 3 ingredient instant ice-cream
- 20 top low-carb and sugar-free ice-creams
Low-Carb Chocolate-Chip Ice Cream Bars - Dairy free
No ice cream maker is required for these easy Low-Carb Chocolate-Chip Ice Cream Bars. You can use any berry you like, fresh or frozen. Why not throw some walnuts in there too?
Place the coconut cream and the egg yolks into a saucepan.
Heat gently on the stove top until the coconut cream begins to thicken. It takes about 10 minutes.
Remove from the heat and stir through the sweetener and vanilla. Remember, to always adjust vanilla and sweetener to YOUR taste.
Once cool, stir through the raspberries and cacao nibs.
Pour into a silicon dish or metal baking dish that has been lined with plastic wrap (as shown above).
Place in the freezer. Once frozen remove and cut into individual ice cream bars.
Please choose coconut cream carefully. Coconut cream and coconut milk are completely different and should not be confused with one another.
Coconut cream is generally more than 20% fats and only has 1 or 2% carbs.
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