My Vanilla Latte Coffee Ice Cream is a low carb, sugar-free, rich & creamy ice cream with flavors of coffee & vanilla. A perfect dessert when you crave coffee on a hot summer day.
Vanilla Latte Coffee Ice Cream – Low Carb, Keto, Sugar-Free, THM S
If you like coffee ice cream as much as my seven-year-old this recipe is for you. I think she would’ve eaten the entire batch last night if I let her. I made the mistake of letting her sip my iced coffee as a toddler and she’s been hooked ever since. She loves anything coffee flavored.
Now that she is 9 (I’m revising this post a couple years after sharing the first time) on special occasions she’s allowed to have a cup of decaf coffee. And she still picks coffee ice cream almost every time we go to an ice cream shop.
One of my favorite Starbucks splurges is a Vanilla Frappuccino made with half and half and sugar-free vanilla syrup. I wanted to take those flavors and make them into an ice cream. I already have a copycat Starbucks drink recipe but that wasn’t good enough. Sometimes I want to eat my coffee.
When ice cream is coffee flavored it is perfect for breakfast, right?
Vanilla Latte Ice Cream is low carb, sugar-free, rich & creamy ice cream with flavors of coffee & vanilla. A perfect dessert when you crave coffee. THM S.
- Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour into an ice cream machine. Freeze according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
If you are concerned about using raw egg yolks you can purchase pasteurized eggs or you can temper the ice cream base.
The glycerin helps the ice cream to stay scoopable in the freezer. If you don’t mind letting the ice cream sit out at room temperature for about half an hour before scooping you can omit the glycerin.
Notes on Sweeteners:
To sub in Swerve use 1.5 to 2 times the amount of sweetener called for.