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Keto Ice Cream – Just 4 Ingredients!

A dairy free and low carb keto ice cream recipe everyone can enjoy, even if you’re not on a keto diet!

Low Carb Ice Cream

Smooth and creamy keto ice cream, without all the sugar.

Serve it on top of brownies or with these Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Bars.

The hands-down most popular request I’ve been getting from readers this past month has been for more keto recipes.

But you definitely don’t need to be on a ketogenic diet—or any diet—to enjoy this easy and sugar free ice cream.

With just 4 ingredients and the same delicious creaminess of regular dairy ice cream, what’s not to love?

Ice cream is one of my favorite foods (at this point, I should honestly just call it a food group), and I don’t want anyone to feel like they have to miss out on eating it.  Although I’m not on the keto diet, I really love this ice cream too!

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How To Make Keto Ice Cream

As mentioned, you only need 4 ingredients to make the recipe… or 5 if you want to turn it into chocolate keto ice cream!

You simply stir everything together, and then either churn it in an ice cream maker OR freeze the mixture in ice cube trays (which can be purchased for as little as 2 dollars at most grocery stores or home stores such as Bed Bath Beyond).

Then blend the frozen ice cubes in a Vitamix or thaw enough to blend in a food processor or regular blender. I like to scoop it out with an ice cream scoop for that authentic ice cream shape.

The recipe is based on my Coconut Ice Cream Recipe, so if you’re not following the keto diet, you can absolutely feel free to use your favorite sweetener (sugar, maple syrup, etc.), and it still works.

To make the ice cream keto, use xylitol, a low-glycemic and natural sugar alternative with 40% fewer calories that is absorbed more slowly than sugar and doesn’t have the same effect on insulin or blood sugar levels. (Just like chocolate, raisins, and avocados, it should not be fed to dogs.)

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  • Egg Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Soy Free
  • Gluten Free

Above – watch the video how to make keto ice cream!

Easy Keto Ice Cream Recipe With 4 Ingredients

*If you’d prefer a low fat recipe, I recommend this Banana Ice Cream Recipe.

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Keto Ice Cream Recipe

A dairy free low carb keto ice cream recipe everyone can enjoy, even if you're not on a keto diet.
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Total Time 10 minutes
Yield 4 – 5 servings


  • 2 cups canned coconut milk
  • 1/3 cup xylitol erythritol, or sweetener of choice
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract or vanilla bean paste
  • optional ingredients for desired flavor


  • Be sure to use full-fat canned coconut milk, not lite or coconutmilk beverage. If desired, you can use the seeds from a vanilla bean instead of the extract. To make the keto ice cream: Stir together the milk, sweetener, salt, and vanilla extract. If you have an ice cream machine, simply churn according to manufacturer’s directions. Or to make it without an ice cream machine, freeze the mixture in ice cube trays, then blend the frozen cubes in a high-speed blender such as a Vitamix OR thaw them enough to then blend in a food processor or regular blender. Eat as-is, or freeze an hour or so for a firmer texture. Due to not having any preservatives or stabilizers, the keto ice cream is best the day it’s made, but you can technically freeze leftovers up to a month and thaw before serving.
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Published on June 11, 2018

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  1. Natasha @ Thoughts of Tradition says

    I love this recipe because of its simplicity. I’m no longer keto but I still would love to try this. I really hope you’re planning to post more ice cream recipes in the future, it’s one of my favorite foods as well!
    You probably get this question a lot on your high-fat recipes, but would it be possible to substitute coconut cream for the full-fat milk, or would it turn out differently?
    Thank you and have a wonderful Monday.

  2. OH LA LAKTES says

    That recipe arrives at just the right time. It’s about 31 degrees here and just yesterday I said that I would do anything for a bowl of ice cream. But as we’re sticking to a keto lifestyle I thought that indulging in a bowl of ice cream would not be an option. So YAY to this recipe!


  3. Debbie G says

    I can not wait to try this. Ice cream is my biggest downfall.
    Now, if I could only find a substitute for eggs I would be set. I am allergic to them and that makes keto difficult, but I keep trying. Thanks

  4. Laura says

    I AM So sad you have decided to promote keto diet. This is not a way of life I see as sustainable or long term healthy. It is coincidentally keto and if I had not studied the science more in depth than most I would buy in. I see less health long term being in Ketoacidosis. It is a fad, and not for me long term.

    • Natalie says

      Hi Laura, just reading your comment and I feel the need to reply to let you know that ketogenic diets and ketoacidosis are completely different states in the body. If you have indeed read as much as you claim, I’m sure you’re aware that ketosis or a state of burning fat for fuel, is not even similar to a state of ketoacidosis seen mostly in type 1 diabetics.

      A state of ketoacidosis is dangerous for more reasons than having ketones present in your body. When a diabetic is in a state of ketoacidosis or DKA, they have high blood sugar (uncontrollable with exogenous insulin) AND ketones in the blood. Not only does this mean that their high blood glucose can affect nerves and organs, but it also causes an increase in the amount of acid in the blood- further complicating their body’s homeostasis (or natural state of being). Most healthy individuals who are in ketosis due to a LCHF diet do not have high blood sugar at the same time as they are consuming increased amounts of fat.

      I think it’s important to let you know that it’s great that you shared your opinion but I do think that perhaps you may need a bit more education on ketosis vs. ketoacidosis. Cheers!

      • Jane says

        Well said and thank you! People read “keto” and assume it’s ketoacidosis. I suppose being a 35 year diabetic I knew the difference. Ketogenic eating is a wonderful way of eating for people trying to lose as well as diabetics!

        • Kathryn says

          YES!!! I am type2 and very very healthy maintaining a keto lifestyle. Losing weight. Lowered BS by nearly 70 points. No IBS anymore.

      • kristi says

        Thank you. I had a diabetic dietician steer me wrong on this for 2 years. (Kept gaining on their diet plan, my endocrinologist kept upping my insulin so I read everything I could and Ive come to my own conclusion. Ive cut in half my insulin and so far..lost 12 pounds in one month.i feel better in 2 years since my cancer treatment killed my pancreas. Stage4 4 lung cancer survivor. Breast cancer survivor. Diabetic contender. My head is clear for the first time in a very long time.
        Im using nuts, full fats..meats, soups veggies. I also have gastrophresis no raw veggies..but cooked I soups are a must. Had stir fry cabbage onion shrimp with butter tonight.
        Ive bern on ompresole proton prohibiter..which I went off because 1. Caused me to have sibo ane 2. Caused me to have pneumonia seversl times a year. The sibo, intestinal distress was hideous, I got told by my last primary I would pretty much have to live with this, my homeopathic Doctor said no, the antibiotics from pneumonia treatment plus my multiple contrasts test (ive lost count) messed everything up. Eating clean is amazing..goes against everything ive bern taught snd convinced it wouldn’t work…till I tried it. So any doubters, educate yourselves.

        • Kristi says

          I made this ice cream..added ice in my bleder and it was yummy. I do have a I’ve cream freezer will do that soon. I also have dark chocolate cocoa worked wonderfully. Thank you for adding me!

        • Josephine B says

          Kristi, thank you for you input and I’m sorry to hear of your medical history, but it’s people like you putting it out there that others can see and read that they don’t have to be left in the out-bounds of enjoying a part of life – EATING – Glad to hear that you’re doing better now with all of your changes. I have a very dear friend that’s going through a similar problem and I’ve mentioned to her about the Keto “menu” (as I call it) as hubby and I have been on it for just over 12 months now and love it. We’ll certainly enjoy these ice cream recipes that Katie is preparing for us.

        • Lisa says

          This is a bit late, but glad to hear you got knowledge and educated yourself as to the truths and myths the “professionals” use. It can be an amazing journey if we just know a bit about things ourselves. I have had many many misdiagnoses by supposed “professionals”. Congrats on your new health!!

      • Wanda says

        So true Natalie.
        Sometimes people jump to conclusions and really have no idea what a keto diet is.
        I’m living the keto lifestyle and feel great, no more prediabetes and joint pain etc. etc.
        Plus I’ve lost heaps of weight, even without trying, just living the keto way of life.

      • Mark McDonald says

        This is incorrect. Please reference people who have been in ketosis for over 40 years. Please reference hundreds of peer reviewed research articles published in reputable national journals (see: national institute of health online database). It is certainly not for everyone, but it is not dangerous for the general population. Anything labeled “keto” can be magically incorporated into the SAD diet instead of you would prefer. You could make this ice cream and top it off with lots chocolate syrup or eat it after a nice big pizza and Coca Cola for example. It’s really in the choice of the person eating the food at the end of the day.

        • Jamie says

          I would much rather see people GET OFF all their processed foods and eat wholesome real food. Using fat for fuel gives me greater mental clarity, energy and helps me control my weight. I do limit my dairy as much as possible and no toxic processed meats. I know people in their 70s and 80s who have embraced the Keto way of eating, they are much healthier than those still on the high sugar/carb program.

      • DHart says

        Totally agree! I’m a mom of a T1D son and I’m doing the Keto thing for a while. Two very different things : ketosis vs ketoacidosis!!

      • Darlene Baillie says

        Thank you…..I was trying to say the same thing. My granddaughter is type 1 and I know what ketoacidosis is. I have been in ketosis since Nov 25 2019 and my colitis of 15 yrs is gone…my fibromyalgia is pretty much non existent and the fatty enzymes in my liver are gone. I have lost 67 lbs and went from a size 24 to a 12. I am the healthiest I have ever been. My husband is off all meds as am I and we are 60 and 56. Yay keto and I educated myself but my dr was also behind it.

    • Ken says

      Laura, you yourself not being an expert nor having done any scientifically backed researched yourself are not qualified to tell people that things are unhealthy or a “fad.” Many have been on kept for years with great success. Like everything, it must be approached intelligently.

    • Jon says

      Hello, “Laura”;
      Actually, I don’t know what sources you’re referencing but you obviously have confused the KETOGENIC diet with the medical condition “diabetic ketoacidosis”, which is a complication of type 1 diabetes.
      It is a common mistake.
      Unless you are a type 1 diabetic, ketoacidosis almost never happens.
      The keto diet is actually a VERY healthy way to live, with greatly reduced chances of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, &x cancer, because all of those are byproducts of or complications from excess carbohydrate consumption.
      Do your self a favor; REALLY research the keto diet. You might find out it’s the best possible choice for you.
      Hopefully helpful.
      Have a GREAT day, Neighbor!

    • Michelle says

      My family has been on Keto for over a year now. I’ve lost 110lbs and my husband has lost 70. Trust me, it’s sustainable. My bloodwork and overall heath is fantastic.

    • Lindsey says

      You clearly have not studied the science of keto at all if you think the goal is to get into ketoacidosis. Stick with what you know. I’m sure your opinion was greatly needed and apprecuated.

    • A.G. says

      This is just so wrong Laura. You obviously didn’t do any actual research. There’s far too much to list here, but here’s hoping you’ve decided to actually learn about what you’ve criticized since posting this before telling people it’s an unhealthy “fad”. I’ve been eating keto for 3 years. Lost over 100lbs, and ALL of my Hashimoto’s symptoms have disappeared. According to my blood tests I’ve been in total remission for over two and half years, and I’ve felt healthier and happier in the last three years than I have the entire rest of my life. There are millions who have been on this diet for years, so it’s obviously sustainable, and I can’t tell you how tired I am of people who haven’t even bothered to learn about the diet telling me I’m just engaging in a “fad”. Plastic lace chokers were a “fad”. Pet rocks were a “fad”. A years long lifestyle that results in ultimate health and total remission of an autoimmune disease is NOT a “fad”.

      • Darlene says

        AG thank you so much for talking about your Hashimoto’s. I was diagnosed with it last year when I finally begged my doctor to do a more thorough test of my thyroid. It has been a nightmare with all the symptoms I have been going through plus the doctors have me on pain medication that I want to stop and I am at my wits end trying to get someone to help me.
        I am grateful that now I have an opportunity to try the Keto diet to get the Hashimoto’s in remission. Maybe in the mean time I can find help to stop taking the pain medication. Thank you again. Darlene

    • Teri says

      Ketosis is NOT Ketoacidosis. Benign nutritional ketosis is a controlled, insulin regulated process which results in a mild release of fatty acids and ketone body production in response to either a fast from food, or a reduction in carbohydrate intake. Ketoacidosis is driven by a lack of insulin in the body.

    • Cam says


      You should get your facts straight before passing comment.
      A Ketogenic Diet does NOT put the body into a state of Ketoacidosis. The body goes into a state of Ketosis where it burns Keytones created by carbohydrate restriction and increased healthy fat intake for energy rather than excess glucose that the standard American diet produces through a gross over-consumption of carbohydrates.
      As a Type 2 Diabetic who was diagnosed after I went into Diabetic Keto acidosis and rushed to the ICU (before I ever even knew what Keto was) and someone who has completely controlled blood sugar levels and lost almost 100lbs following a Keto lifestyle, I have first hand experience of the difference between the two.
      Please do your research before you demonize anyone’s lifestyle choices. Otherwise you just come across as uneducated and narrow-minded.

    • Amanda says

      I am an ER nurse and a Type 1 diabetic, I am EXTREMELY familiar with DKA (diabetic Keto Acidosis) as it is one of the primary causes for death in type 1 diabetics. DKA and the ketosis you are in with the keto diet are NOT THE SAME! Keto is an amazing diet, especially for those who are diabetic. Managing blood sugar is the single most important thing to decreasing complications and living a longer life.

    • Lewis says

      It seems as though you may misunderstand what the keto diet is about. Following this diet for more than a year, I have lost more than 100 pounds, corrected my dependency on statins for high blood pressure and eliminated the need for daily doses of medication for acid reflux. I have far more energy, better mental clarity, and my blood chemistry has self-corrected from borderline diabetic to normal in every respect. The keto diet doesn’t induce keto acidosis, which is a dangerous medical condition typically occuring in uncontrolled Type 1 diabetes; instead, it supports ketosis, which is a safe state in which the body switches to using fat for fuel instead of glucose (from carbohydrates). Done correctly, the keto diet is perfectly sustainable even for vegans..

    • Elise James says

      Hi, Laura and Friends,
      The keto diet means very different things to different people. Many people with multiple sclerosis, myself included, use a version that has a LOT of leafy green veggies and other nutrition dense berries and vegetables. For example, The Wahls Protocol ( and Ketotarian ( which is my favorite due to its many vegetarian and vegan recipes. These diets do not include dairy products, legumes, or sugar and the Ketotarian ones only include seafood but no meat. Sign up for the email list for either and you’ll get free recipes! Happy eating!

    • Michelle says

      Due to having so many food sensitivities and allergies, along with inflammation issues and autoimmune disorders, this is a way of life for me and many other people. Maybe there were some things you left out in your studies because this is the only way I can eat and therefore, it is sustainable. I’ve been Keto for almost 2 years and I feel better at 40 than I did in my 20’s.

    • Darlene Baillie says

      You do not go into ketoacidosis. My granddaughter is a type 1 diabetic and she goes into ketoacidosis when her sugar levels are too high and she produces ketones. Not good, you are right. BUT I have been in KETOSIS for 10 months now and have healed my body from colitis, fibromyalgia and fatty liver disease. Ketosis is when you have LOWblood sugar and produce ketones. This is when your body burns fat for fuel instead of carbs.

  5. Bowdy says

    Thanks for the recipe Katie. It is definitely a task sifting through all the info on keto diet. Lots of stuff on how to start the diet. I’m thinking results come from sticking to it and “finishing” the diet, aka changing lifestyle. I’ve found with other things that having a mentor is crucial. It creates accountability and reminds you that you really are on the right track!

  6. Leila Kennedy says

    As a diabetic and lactose intolerant, this is the only way I can eat ice cream. I add unsweetened cocoa and extra aspartame to make a wonderful chocolate ice cream, then I add chopped up bananas or 1/2 tsp of peppermint extract – yum! Or instead of chocolate, I add lemon and peppermint extracts, together. Great! For the serious chocoholics, melt some dark chocolate in the microwave and add that to the unsweetened cocoa – incredible!

    • Marykays1 says

      Leila, your post is quite old and maybe you have learned this by now…… But aspartame is quite toxic. Please use non-GMO erythritol instead. Zero carbs without the side effects …. Found in such products as as Lakanto or Swerve.

  7. Cassie Autumn Tran says

    Coconut is a ketogenic’s best friend. It’s definitely a favorite of mine when it comes to ice cream! I really want to try making my own soymilk ice cream–that would be delicious!

  8. Pragya says

    Thanks for this easy recipe! I am no longer in keto but will surely try this recipe. Is this ice cream possible if I use almond milk instead?

  9. Ashley Dense says

    This looks so good! I currently have light coconut milk, which I purchased by mistake. I know with keto I need to eat full fat but it has less than one carb per 1/3 cup. Also, how big of a can do I need?

    One last question: The nutrition facts state that one serving is over 7 carbs. Unfortunately that’s too many carbs for me on Keto as far as dessert. Is it over 7 carbs because it isn’t accounting for net carbs with the use of erythritol? Thanks!

    • Jason Sanford says

      Yup, carbs were counted without accounting for net carbs. Can size is 13.5oz or so (standard), definitely need the full fat one for the ice cream to taste creamy

  10. Robyn says

    I’m sorry if I missed it what is used to make the chocolate version please?
    Thank you I love your recipes!!!

  11. Val says

    What happens if I use coconut milk beverage instead of canned ? 🙁

    I want to make it now but it’s all I have

  12. Alyssa says

    I’m excited to try this recipe because I miss ice cream so much! This comment is for anyone that is here looking for Keto recipes. Xylitol is NOT a great sugar sub for Keto. It negatively impacts ketones and it spikes your blood glucose levels. If you don’t watch Keto Connect on youtube I really recommend checking them out. Here is a video they made comparing the different sweeteners: You can fast forward to 8:45 for Xylitol results, they labeled it as a no-go sweetener.

  13. Eklutna says

    Two comments: first of all, I’ve only discovered your site recently because (a) I. no longer eat refined sugar, and (b) after a year of no ice cream, I bought an ice cream maker and am making maple syrup sweetened ice cream, with varied success, which brings me to my comments/questions: first, this recipe calls for xylitol or erythritol, and as a person with three dogs, may I just mention that dogs can be killed by consuming xylitol. For this reason, I don’t use it, because they adore ice cream, and I can’t resist giving them a little occasionally…and I might forget. This is important!! Second: I keep reading coconut milk ice cream recipes (and others as well) that jump up and down and insist that these recipes makes this amazing, creamy ice cream, and….it doesn’t. I have made ice cream with coconut milk (full-fat) And coconut cream and it is usually icy, if delicious. Not creamy. Same for my one or two forays into making dairy ice cream to see how that would work. All of it is full of ice crystals and while it may be delicious, creamy it is not, although ice cream made with cashews and plant milk does pretty well. My theory is that commercial ice cream is filled with chemicals and stabilizers and the like, and is therefore what we call creamy. All the ice cream I have made with my Cuisinart ice cream maker freezes hard as a rock, and again–while it may be delicious, it is NOT creamy. Is it possible that I’m doing something wrong? I can’t see that I’m doing anything differently from the various vegan and/or dairy recipes I’ve seen. I’ve used both maple sugar and maple syrup for sweetening, as well as occasionally coconut sugar. My most successful ice cream has been made with plant milk and maple syrup. Getting everything as cold as possible before freezing helps, of course, but it is NEVER creamy. Thoughts?

  14. Amanda says

    I have made this recipe several times now and my family loves it! Hubby is doing a weightloss program and this is really a treat for him. Freeze in popsicle molds and Kids love it too. I make them chocolate and they taste like fudgesicles. But the last two times its really grainy with the coconut fats in the milk after blending and freezing. The first few times it was perfect.Im pretty sure i used the same kind of coconut milk. Any idea what might be happening?? Thank you

    • Emily Mascord says

      Nooooooo! I used 1/3 cup stevia as she said “or other sweeteners” and it turned out too sweet/weird bitter tasting as stevia has. Stevia is much sweeter than sugar. Whereas xylitol, erythritol is 1:1 sugar.
      Although still 0 calories, I’m not sure if I should chuck the 2 batches out 🙁 Serves me rigjt for trusting another internet recipe outright.

  15. Kelley says

    Would it be possible to use almond milk instead of coconut? I did read most of the comments and didn’t see anything about that, but may have missed so apologize if I did.


  16. Amber M. says

    New to Keto here, but it’s working well & id like to avoid derailing. Where can I find the nutrition info on this? The way I prepped it (&added 100%cocoa powder), MyFitness Pal is registering 1/6 of the recipe as over 26 carbs. Obviously I’m doing something wrong. Is granular swerve a bad choice of sweetener after all?

  17. Necklie Geoge says

    The Atkins Diet is an amazing weight loss diet plan that helps you lose weight without counting calories. You can lose as much as 10 to 30 pounds in the first month on atkins diet meal plan of meat, fish, eggs, cheese, good carbs and good fats!

  18. Nickie says

    Katie, you’ve done it again! 😀
    Years ago, for 6 weeks, I had to go gluten & dairy free to reduce brain inflammation. I was distraught over the condition, but also over the drastic dietary changes I needed to make. I stumbled upon your website & it was so awesome! Not only was every recipe dairy free, you also always tried to make allowances for people trying to avoid gluten or sugar. Your cashew ice cream & black bean brownies helped get me through! Lol
    Now, my husband and I are trying the Keto lifestyle, which has allowed us to lose a combined weight of about 75lbs, and my husband is no longer diabetic! Things are going well, so my mother-in-law has decided to try it, but she doesn’t do well with dairy, so she’s had some difficulty finding recipes. Tonight I decided to check your website, & sure enough, you have a whole section with Keto-friendly recipes!
    I refer gluten/dairy-free/vegetarian/vegan friends to your website constantly. Now I can refer my Keto friends here too. 🙂
    Thanks for trying to help so many, and cater to a variety of dietary restrictions!!

  19. Chloe says

    Can you use almond milk instead of coconut? I prefer almond milk to coconut(although It is nice to find a recipe with coconut milk as my brother is allergic to almonds.)

  20. Chloe says

    Can I use almond milk instead of coconut? I much prefer almond milk to coconut milk ( although it is nice to find a recipe that uses coconut milk as my brother is allergic to almonds )

  21. Lindsey says

    Ummm…I love this! So good. I was wondering what brand of coconut milk you used. There is no fiber in my coconut milk and I am guessing that it is not coming from the vanilla and sweetener. ? Thank you so much. Delicious!

    • Jason Sanford says

      Good question! I just plugged this recipe into the Verywell Fit calorie calculator online (formerly Calorie Count) because your question made me curious as well, and it shows coconut milk as being the source of the fiber. So maybe they are basing it off fresh coconut milk? Coconut, itself, has a lot of fiber, so if you blend it to make your own homemade coconut milk, I guess that would probably be what they’re getting it from. Jason

  22. Eliza says

    DO you use the fat at the top of the can, or poke a hole and just use the milk? I just put a can in the blender with the milk and top, hard fat/oil layer on top and it’s not blending. Should I heat it slightly? Guessing I should not strain it off as I want the fat content for the ice cream. Just read through all the comments and don’t see anything about this. Please advise. I have a can of Trader Joes 100% coconut milk. Thanks!

    • Carly says

      Eliza- I have struggled with Trader Joe’s coconut milk before. It’s grainy and separates… use simple truth or something other than the Trader Joe’s brand!!

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