Of all of the products I’ve tried in terms of sweet from LCFood Corp, I was really excited to share this one, because as far as sweets go, this is definitely our favorite as a family. Just look at this lusciousness. It’s OK. I’ll wait.
What’s even better than it’s ginormous deliciousness? It’s simplicity. While many mixes require an ice cream machine, for this mix, all you’ll need is a big mixing bowl, a spoon, and a little bit of time.
Bowl me Over Vanilla Ice Cream
1 3/4 C ice water
9 ounce package of LC-Ice Cream
1-1/2 tsp vanilla
1 -3/4 Cups heavy white cream
Add ins (optional)
In a mixer, blend all ingredients. Pour into bowl. Freeze. Every 2-4 hours, stir ice cream mixture, repeating the process for 8 hours. In the last two hours, go ahead and add whatever flavors you’d like to add. I used mixed berries.
Keep cold and covered in freezer. To serve, allow mixture to rest on the counter to soften slightly.
Nutritional information: 3 net carbs per 1/2 cup servings.
Bam! You can use this to make you own low carb Blizzards with sugar free candies, your own milkshakes, you name it! And all without the fuss of dealing with an ice cream maker or a food processor.
So go ahead. Mix it up. Stir it up. No matter how you fix it up, your family will never look at diet ice cream the same way again.
LC-Vanilla Ice Cream mix
Price: $7.99 for 9 oz package
Usefulness: Ice cream sans an ice cream maker, for shakes, ice cream, Blizzards. Finally an ice cream with no maltitol!
Negative: Only that this isn’t sold in a 5 gallon tub
Disclosure: This product was provided free of charge for review by a site sponsor, but has not affected my opinion of the stuff.