Creamy Keto Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream
Can you tell we are obsessed with orange creamsicle? Just see our Low Carb Orange Creamsicle Cake for more proof.
Orange creamsicle is the best summer flavor! It is sweet and refreshing on a hot summers day. If you’ve missed your favorite summer ice cream (or just ice cream in general) then you NEED this recipe in your life!
This recipe is so easy and will only take you five minutes to make!
Right off the bat, I should say that no oranges were squeezed in the making of this recipe, meaning that there is no sugar in this recipe! That means you get all of the yummy flavor of orange creamsicle without adding all the calories and sugar that you may expect to find. Thats a win-win in my book!
Using Dr. KellyAnn’s Collagen Cooler “Orange Cream”
I would like to introduce you to our secret ingredient: Dr. Kellyann’s Collagen Cooler in Orange Cream!
If you’ve never tried this product before, you are missing out. Not only is it wonderfully flavorful, but it is also super clean and completely keto. As soon as I got this delicious packet in my hands, the first thing I thought to do with it was make ice cream (did I mention we are orange creamsicle obsessed?)!
There are some other great products available on Dr. Kellyann’s website like her Chocolate Coconut Collegen Fiber Bars (which tastes JUST like a mounds bar!!) and other delicious college shake flavors!
If you’re looking for tasty and healthy keto products to add to your diet, Dr. Kellyann’s website is a must-see.
If you would like to try any of her great products HERE, you can use our code BTK10 to receive $10 off your first purchase!
Collagen Cooler “Orange Cream” Macros and Ingrediants
Like I said above, the best thing about this collagen is that it is completely clean and keto friendly. It also helps that collagen is super good for you and is great for your tummy and digestive system in general!
Collagen also helps to improve your skin, hair, nails, and joints! Some of the ingredients in this product include: Prebiotic fiber from chicory root, coconut milk, sea salt, MCT, and dried egg white. It’s also gluten, dairy, soy, and grain free!
Feel free to check out the nutrition facts on the label to see for your self (notice that the entire packet is only ONE net carb! Doesn’t get much better than that!).
How To Make Keto Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream:
- Gather all ingredients and a blender bottle (or anything with a lid that you can shake).
- Combine all ingredients into your desired bottle/cup/jar.
- Shake vigorously for about five minutes or until mixture begins to thicken.
- Freeze for at least three hours and serve (note: we added some orange food coloring for appearance before freezing).
Creamy Ice Cream Experience
Can’t you just see how creamy this keto orange creamsicle ice cream is?! It is so thick, rich, and creamy.
Part of the reason why I thought that the Orange Cream Collagen would be perfect for ice cream is because it is designed to be super rich and creamy! If you like thick, creamy ice cream, this will be your new favorite treat!
Don’t forget that you can use our code BTK10 on Dr. Kellyann’s website to receive $10 off your first purchase HERE!
Nutrition (per serving) Makes 2 Servings
Calories: 440 | Fat: 88g | Carbs: 2g | Fiber: 1.5g | Protein: 7.5g | Net Carbs: 0.5g *Carb amount will vary depending on what heavy cream you purchase. We purchase an Organic Heavy Cream that is carb free.
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SOME OTHER RECIPES YOU MIGHT ENJOY:
|1 Cup Heavy Cream|
|1 Packet Dr. Kellyann Collagen Cooler Orange Cream (keto)|
|2 Tbsp Lakanto Monk Fruit Sweetener|
|1 tsp Vanilla Extract|
Combine all ingrediants together in a mason jar or blender bottle and shake for 5 minutes.
After shaking, place in the freezer for 3+ hours until it's the consistency your prefer. Enjoy!
Nutritional Disclaimer: We are not certified nutritionists. Nutritional data is provided as a courtesy. The information provided is calculated through a free-web based nutrition calculator and is not guaranteed to be accurate. To ensure we provide you with good information, we look at a variety of calculators.