The temperature is heating up but that doesn't mean you need to. Stay cool as we head into the heat of the summer with these 10 frozen recipes.
Chocolate Ice Cream
If this recipe doesn't bring back childhood memories, we aren't sure what will! This recipe has a simple chocolate base with added chocolate chips and nuts to make it more like a traditional brownie batter. We changed up this recipe a little by adding cut up bits of the Ooey Gooey Keto Brownie into it! Make the brownies the day before to give them enough time to cool then add cut up chunks into this chocolate ice cream.
Coffee Ice Cream
While this probably can't be considered your morning cup of coffee, it does make the perfect afternoon coffee. Consider this your "iced coffee"! For any coffee enthusiasts out there, we highly recommend this recipe. No matter what brand of coffee you use, make sure you chose an espresso or dark roast otherwise your coffee ice cream will be weak.
This is personally one of our favorite summer treats because it is so easy to make. Take one can of coconut milk and add it into a bowl with 1-2 scoop(s) of the chocolate Perfect Keto MCT powder. Mix them together. Add some Lakanto chocolate chips for an extra special treat. Pour the mixture into your popsicle molds and then freeze overnight. We love this option for kids and choco-holics alike! If the Fudgesicles are hard to get out of the mold, run them under some hot water, they will pop right out!
Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Raise your hand if mint chocolate chip was your top choice growing up! It's hard to find a mint chocolate chip that truly lives up to our memories but this one comes pretty close. The recipe calls for 50 grams of avocado but don't be scared about adding avocado to your ice cream, we promise you can't taste it!
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Who doesn't love ice cream sandwiches, especially when the ice cream is sandwiched in between cookie dough! Eating Evolved shared this recipe and we immediately fell in love. The cookie dough sandwich is easy to make and you can sandwich your favorite ice cream flavor in between. We recommend making these a day or two ahead of time and taking them out right before you are ready to eat them.
Blueberry Ice Cream
Lighten things up with this fruity blueberry ice cream. Blueberry picking season is right around the corner and what better way to enjoy them than in this blueberry ice cream recipe! The recipe calls for 3 cups of blueberries but if you like having fruity bits in your ice cream, set an extra cup aside and fold those in after blending all the other ingredients together.
Strawberry Coconut Ice Cream
The coconut in this recipe adds that extra taste of summer that we've been craving! If you can't get to the beach, just grab a bowl of strawberry coconut ice cream to be transported to a tropical island. For an extra coconut flavor, add in 1/2 cup of unsweetened coconut flakes.
These popsicles are a great way to stay hydrated and keep your electrolytes up. We love these pops because it is a great break from drinking gallons of water and feels like a treat. Just mix a cup of water with a scoop of Ultima powder (we love the blue raspberry) and pour into a popsicle mold (or ice cube tray). Wait a few hours, and then enjoy!
Ice Cream Bites
This might not not seem like a beginners recipe, but with only 4 ingredients it is easier than you think! For a last minute party or date night, mix up a batch of these adorable ice cream bites. The recipe uses a vanilla ice cream as the center but you can easily add cacao powder to make it chocolate!