This fast, easy, and a little bit silly sugar free snow ice cream recipe is great for pleasing both adults and kids on a snow day.
My family and I live in the mountains, so we’re VERY familiar with snow and lots of it. So when we’re stuck indoors on a blistery, freezing cold day where there is fresh snow whispering down from the cloudy sky and drifting silently to the ground, we take advantage of the occasion and make ice cream snow!
This ice cream snow is just like the traditional that you might have already made or enjoyed. But, this version is sugar free and low carb, making it perfect for Trim Healthy Mama, keto, and low carb lifestyles.
Flavoring the Ice Cream Snow
This ice cream snow can be taken up a notch by flavoring it! I recommend using homemade, THM brand, Olive Nation brand, or Frontier Co-op brand flavorings, which will give you a world of options! Some favorites of ours are vanilla, peppermint, raspberry, and hazelnut!
If you like seeing little flecks of vanilla in your ice cream, try adding the guts of a vanilla bean.
Don’t forget toppings (if you want them of course)! Some ideas include unsweetened coconut, chocolate syrup, another flavor syrup (ChocZero is considered personal choice and they have a lot of yummy flavors), sprinkles like these or these, colored sweetener, or crushed Dr. John’s candies (also personal choice).
Sugar Free Snow Ice Cream
- 1 cup unsweetened almond or cashew milk
- ¼ cup
Whey Pristine Protein Powder, any flavor, optional
- 2 tablespoons
Gentle Sweet (or equivalent sweetener), powdered (how to powder sweetener)
- 1 teaspoon
pure vanilla extract or other flavoring(see post for some ideas)
- 1 pinch mineral salt
- 10 cups fresh, clean snow
- Whisk together the milk, protein powder, sweetener, vanilla, and salt thoroughly together until the sweetener has dissolved.
- Quickly add all of the snow and mix it in.
- Serve and enjoy!