Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream: New Atkins Recipe

Recipe and recipe photography by Atkins.
Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream: New Atkins Recipe

Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream: New Atkins Recipe. Hello friends. So how are you today? I hope you are having a lovely Saturday?

Are you looking for a low carb ice cream recipe?

Fancy making some Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream from the new Atkins menu?


Summer has arrived and so has the warm weather, meaning light bites and cooling treats are firmly on the menu with New Atkins.

Rustle up a simple lunch, light dinner or even enjoy a scoop of ice cream with these simple, low carb and low sugar recipes from the New Atkins Nutritional Approach.

The recipes are quick and easy to make, so you can enjoy some summer classics on the go or outside in the garden with minimal prep time.

Today I am sharing Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream from the new Atkins recipe’s.

How To Make Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream:

Ingredients (serves 8):

3 raw egg yolks

675ml double cream

2 teaspoons artificial sweetener, such as Stevia

½ a teaspoon salt

½ a teaspoon vanilla extract

1 egg

For The Topping:

½ an Atkins Crispy Milk Chocolate bar, grated

How To Make:

1.) In a medium saucepan, heat cream until bubbles form just around the edge of the pan.

2.) Meanwhile, whisk together yolks, eggs, sweetener and the salt.

3.) Very slowly whisk the hot cream into the eggs and pour the mixture back into the pan.

4.) Place over a medium-low heat and cook, stirring constantly, just until the mixture thickens enough to coat the back of a spoon, which should take 1 to 2 minutes.

5.) Stir in the vanilla then immediately remove from the heat and pour into a clean container. Freeze until hardened and serve with grated Atkins Milk Chocolate bar as a topping if desired.

Last but not least, enjoy.

Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream: New Atkins Recipe

Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream: New Atkins Recipe. Recipe and recipe photography by Atkins.

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So what do you think of this Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream recipe? Do you also fancy trying it?

A perfect recipe to serve up on a hot day in the garden.

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Low-carb Vanilla Ice Cream: New Atkins Recipe
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  1. Grant R
    12 July 2016 / 19:18

    I don't know why but I didn't think you could make ice cream without an ice cream maker! Bookmarking this to make a treat. Thanks!

  2. beautyqueenuk
    11 July 2016 / 07:45

    I have never made my own ice cream and I openly admit it is never something I choose to buy unless it comes from the ice cream man, but I am intrigued by how amazing this looks x

  3. Kara Guppy
    11 July 2016 / 06:54

    I would love to make my own ice cream

  4. From Pennies to Pounds
    10 July 2016 / 15:48

    Looks sooo delicious! I haven't made ice-cream before either, but this recipe seems relatively easy, will definitely give it a go!

  5. Cathy Glynn
    10 July 2016 / 10:12

    I have never tried making ice cream but this looks delicious and relatively easy x

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