Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Keto chocolate ice cream. Seriously? Need we say more!? We surely hope not since chocolate is obviously the best thing on earth!

Easy Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Chocolate ice cream… Do I really need to say more? It’s one the three most popular ice cream flavors. In fact, you can tons of find flavor variations all over the world.

In fact, chocolate is the most widely craved food in the world. The good news is, becoming “addicted” to it isn’t actually a real thing. Regardless, we can’t help but want something chocolate all the time.

I think we can all agree, anything chocolate automatically tops our “yes please” list. Keto chocolate ice cream is a super easy way to get your chocolate fix without a ton of preparation and work. Grab your ice cream maker and let’s get to work!

Easy Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Because we are using cocoa powder, it is very important that you “dissolve” that powder in warm water before beginning. If you try to just add it to the mixture without doing this first, you run the risk of the powder clumping or not being equally dissolved. Either problem will lead to a very unhappy eater when the ice cream maker finishes.

Unhappy eaters are certainly NOT what we aim for here at Better Than Bread Keto!

Easy Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

The nice thing about making your own ice cream is the texture. My wife mentions often how the texture and consistency of homemade ice cream is so much better than anything you can buy in an ice cream parlor or grocery store. I think I have to agree because it is incredibly light and airy, instead of more hard packed.

You definitely can’t go wrong with ice cream. Add to that the awesomeness of chocolate and you REALLY can’t go wrong.

Make it. Eat it. Love it. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.

Easy Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Yield: 8 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Keto chocolate ice cream. Seriously? Need we say more!? We surely hope not since chocolate is obviously the best thing on earth!



  1. Dissolve unsweetened cocoa powder in warm water (around 2 tbsp)
  2. Using an high-speed blender blend all ingredients together for a few seconds
  3. Pour blended mixture into your ice cream maker
  4. Let the ice cream maker work its magic and dig in!

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Nutrition Information
Yield 8 Serving Size 1/3 cup
Amount Per ServingCalories 210 Total Fat 22.5g Carbohydrates 4g Protein 0g
Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy, sourced from an online food databse. All carbohydrate counts are calculated as net carbs instead of total. Net carb count excludes both fiber and sugar alcohols, because these do not affect blood sugar in most people. We try to be accurate, but feel free to make your own calculations.



  1. This is the best keto homemade ice cream that I’ve tried. It was delicious, smooth and creamy. Winner!! Thanks so much!

  2. How long do you keep it in the ice cream maker?

    • Logan Childress


      Until your maker stops. Even the cheap versions will stop when the ice cream thickens enough.

  3. Is it safe not cooking the egg yolks?

    • Logan Childress


      If you use pasteurized eggs, the risk is very minimal. In truth, it is very minimal either way. We are working to update our recipes that call for raw egg yolks, but if you feel uneasy about them, you can always leave them out without issue.

  4. I used an immersion blender because I don’t have an ice cream maker, worked great!

  5. I found the nutrition information right after I sent a comment, of course lol. Thank you for the delicious recipe.

  6. Yummy recipe! Even my 14-year-old son loved it! We used Lakanto powdered sweetener. I’m wondering about the serving size? I entered the ingredients to figure out the nutritional information myself, and I know it says eight servings, but not the serving size. I didn’t think to measure it before serving. You mentioned that you updated the recipe with the nutritional information, but I can’t find it anywhere on that page. Thank you

    • Logan Childress


      So glad you liked the recipe! The powdered Lakanto is definitely a great choice! I apologize about the nutrition. I keep having issues with my recipe plugin, which shows the different parts of the recipe. I “cleared the pages brain” so to speak and it should look different than it did before. The nutritional info should now show up. Sorry again!

  7. Have you tried another natural sweetner besides erythritol, like stevia or monk fruit?

    • Logan Childress


      We have tried monk fruit in an ice cream, but only the granulated form. It works but is kinda gritty. We haven’t tried powdering it, however, since the erythritol gives us the sweetness we like.

  8. Can you post the nutritional information and serving size? Thank you so much…this looks amazing!!

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