Scoopable SF Ice Cream

Munchkin

Full of Fairy Dust
Been working on this one for a long time. The biggest problem was making it scoopable. I just didn't have the right chemicals like the commercial makers use. So, I cheated. I used other products to make it that already had all that better living through chemicals stuff. At last. I will try chocolate tomorrow and see if that is worth eating.

Vanilla SF Ice cream

1t vanilla
2 splenda
2 cups 1/2&1/2
2T SF French Vanilla creamer
1 envelope SF vanilla pudding mix

Mix thoroughly with a whisk. Then pour into your ice cream machine and freeze till done. Freeze at least a couple hours before eating. I let it sit out about 10 min before scooping.
 

Susan in Tennessee

Well-Known Member
Have you tried adding a bit of glycerin. I ordered a bottle when I was making a lot of sugar free ice cream. Didn’t take much, trying to remember, a Tablespoon maybe. I seem to remember I never could figure out if it had carbs or not. It made it stay nice and scoopable.
 

Munchkin

Full of Fairy Dust
Have you tried adding a bit of glycerin. I ordered a bottle when I was making a lot of sugar free ice cream. Didn’t take much, trying to remember, a Tablespoon maybe. I seem to remember I never could figure out if it had carbs or not. It made it stay nice and scoopable.
OMG. Brilliant! I got my food grade vegetable glycerin and it made a world of difference! Thanks!

I tasted it plain and it tastes sweet to me all by itself. I should probably look it up and see if it has carbs.
 

Susan in Tennessee

Well-Known Member
I seem to remember I finally researched and found there were a few carbs in the amount I used, but a small number, worth it to me, especially after being prorated out to the servings. I’m glad it helped your ice cream enjoyment!
 
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