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Keto Root Beer Ice Cream

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Why not go a step further than a root beer float? Make some awesomely creamy and delicious keto root beer ice cream instead!

Easy Keto Root Beer Ice Cream
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Remember being young and enjoying a nice cold A&W root beer from time to time? I sure did as a kid. There was also that insufferable time I tried to make my own root beer on my back porch. I conjured up a jar and the ingredients and set it in the sun for a few hours to “brew.”

The top was popped and I took a sip. I swear I followed the directions. But no, it was nasty. Not just kinda nasty, totally nasty. Needless to say, I never tried that experiment again. It was one of those “one and done things” that you too, should probably never do as well.

Unless you’re an expert, that is. That was a simpler time then, I reckon.

It might not sound like something that’d be good, but you’d be surprised how good keto root beer ice cream can be. It’s like taking a traditional root beer float and turning it into something you eat with a spoon. I rarely see the ice cream flavor listed anywhere for sale, but I know it exists.

If nothing else, it exists on Google searches for the recipe.

It really takes no time at all to throw this together. Make sure to grab some root beer extract. Of course, it’s what makes this recipe “tick.”

The beauty of our ice cream recipes is (most) all involve simple ingredients, a quick blend, and throw it into the ice cream maker. It really can’t get much simpler than that.

If you love root beer and ice cream, this recipe is for you. It’s easy and the end result is yummy. Give it a try.


Keto Root Beer Ice Cream

Keto Root Beer Ice Cream

Yield: 8 servings
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Why not go a step further than a root beer float? Make some awesomely creamy and delicious keto root beer ice cream instead!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Using a high-speed blender, blend all ingredients together for several seconds
  2. Pour blended mixture into your ice cream maker
  3. 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 205 Total Fat 22g Carbohydrates 3g Protein 0g
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2 Comments

  1. MaryAnn Parrish

    I’ve made this twice. I REALLY love it. It’s wonderful when it’s fresh from my counter-top ice cream freezer. It’s very hard once it’s been my refrigerator/freezer. Any way to keep leftovers a dipping/eating consistency?

    • Logan Childress

      MaryAnn,

      We are so glad you liked the recipe! As for the ice cream consistency, we have the same problem too. It is my understanding that the ice cream from the ice cream maker is in a “barely” frozen state. When you freeze it, it, of course, becomes fully frozen and hard. The only way we have found to help with this is to let the ice cream sit out for about five minutes before trying to scoop or serve. I think the higher dollar ice cream makers solve this problem by the way they work, but I am not for sure. Hope this helps!

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