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Black Raspberry Ice Cream

Mouth-bursting fruity flavor soothed by vanilla in a fat-burning low carb ice cream. Plus, a quick way to make keto cream pops at the same time.

(There’s even a go-fast breakfast version.)

This ice cream recipe also has perfect macros for an Atkins Fat Fast.


Black vs Red: What’s the Difference?

Black raspberries are incredibly healthy, containing three times the antioxidants as red raspberries (and blackberries).

Black raspberries are much smaller, hairier and less glossy than their red cousins. Black raspberries don’t have hard, fibrous cores – they’re hollow in the center.


Advantages for Cooking and Baking

Black raspberries have a uniquely bright and fruity flavor. They aren’t as tart as red raspberries or blackberries, and require much less sweetener in recipes.

The nutrient boost and natural sweetness makes black raspberries a smart choice for making low carb ice cream and desserts. The less sweetener used, the better.


Full Color

Black raspberries transform your everyday recipes into sophisticated desserts. These berries add deeper, more interesting tones of color to your ice cream – making garnishes pop!



Black Raspberry Ice Cream

Per Serving: 421 calories, 4 net carbs.

Servings: 8



1 c raspberries, pureed

2 tbsp lemon juice

8 drops liquid stevia (or equiv), to taste

4 c heavy whipping cream

1 tsp vanilla extract



In a 3-quart saucepan combine raspberries, stevia and lemon juice.

Mash berries slightly and cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until the mixture comes to a boil. Simmer 5 minutes.

Remove from heat and puree in a blender. Cool the mixture. Add cream and vanilla.

Place in an ice cream maker and churn according to instructions. Freeze churned ice cream for an hour before serving. This makes ice cream with a perfect consistency.

– OR –

Place mixture into a container in the freezer, churning by hand with a fork / spoon / whisk every 30 minutes. This makes ice cream with a chunky-firm, icy consistency.



Per Serving: 421 Calories; 44g Fat (92.6% calories from fat); 3g Protein; 5g Carbohydrate; 1g Dietary Fiber.


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Special Ingredients

Black Raspberry Ice Cream

De-Bittered Stevia has no unpleasant aftertaste. This blend has none of the characteristic bitterness of typical stevia sweeteners.

Zero carb and zero glycemic impact.




Low Carb Ice Cream Pops

Black Raspberry Pops to Go

Extra ice cream? Re-purpose food containers by turning them into instant pop molds. Serving-size glasses, Tupperware and jars work well.



The method is fairly obvious: fill, place the sticks (or straws), garnish (try mint leaves, citrus zest or slices, low carb dark chocolate chips, crumbled peppermint, berries) and freeze.

Warm the outside of the frozen container in your hands, then push the pop upwards, releasing it from the mold.


Mouth-bursting fruity flavor soothed by vanilla cream in a fat-burning low carb ice cream. Plus, keto go-fast cream pops.

Breakfast Pop Variation

Spoon one serving of your favorite low carb protein powder into each compartment, then top with extra high-fiber berries.

Pick up your pace! Go one step further and add a few shots of espresso to your ice cream before pouring into containers.




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Category: Desserts