Worried about not eating non sugar free desserts (Paleo desserts and keto desserts) and low carb ice cream (sugar free ice cream) on a keto diet?
When trying to tackle the ketogenic diet—especially early on—focus on the positives. Focus on all the things you can eat—not what you’re going to say “no” to right now. For example, don’t think, “Well, I cannot do the ketogenic diet because I love bread. Instead—think – yes, but I can have some healthy low carb muffins I discovered on Dr. Berg’s site.”
Instead of thinking—“But I’ll never get to eat ice cream” find healthy alternatives without sugar that taste great. And if I do say so myself, my new Kebby’s Ice Cream is hands-down-the best tasting keto ice cream treat you will find anywhere. I spent years developing to get the recipe just right – and simply amazing. It’s truly delicious in either vanilla or chocolate. More flavors are in development, too.
In fact, for most people, an occasional treat is actually one KEY to their weight loss success. Instead of staying in full-on deprivation-mode, which spikes stress hormones and actually stalls weight loss—why not suppress fat storing stress hormones and boost fat burning by boosting satiety!
An occasional sweet treat, folks, can actually keep you in ketogenesis and keep you from going crazy from sugar cravings—especially when you’re first detoxing from sugar and losing your mind.
When you need something sweet— eat it—but look for healthy low carb alternatives that will help you stay well within your daily allotment of 20 to 50 grams of carbohydrate.
It’s so hard to find a good tasting ice cream that is sugar free. Most ice creams, even low sugar varieties, contain 14 to 25 grams of sugar. That’s way too much sugar. And sugar is not only the enemy of weight loss, but the enemy of physical and mental health in every way possible.
So I really did my homework to create a frozen dessert with less than one gram of sugar and fewer than 8 carbs per serving—which is well within even the lowest keto carb intake limit of 20 grams—meaning you can still eat all kinds of nutrient dense vegetables and still have a delicious frozen dessert.
With Kebby’s Ice Cream (think Karen and Eric Berg – Kebby’s), I wanted to create a kind of ultimate frozen treat—something so luscious, creamy, and high in healthy fats that it will create big feelings of satiety but without sugar or dangerous sweeteners like aspartame, sucralose, or saccharine, like many diet sodas and sweeteners still contain today.
Kebby’s is lactose-free and made with healthy coconut oil, and a whole pint has less than one gram of sugar. So there’s not even 1 gram of sugar in the whole container. So if I didn’t ‘use any bad-for-you sweeteners what makes it taste sweet and delicious?
Well, it took me months to find the perfect combination that yielded the perfect sweetness, without any weird aftertaste like any other sugar free ice cream has. I experimented with several healthier sugar free sweeteners, from stevia to erythritol and finally discovered a combination of monk fruit extract and xyitol that yielded the perfect natural-tasting sweetness.
It’s a very healthy treat, full of whey protein isolate and meets 19% of your RDA for calcium 9% for iron, and 2% for potassium.
If you want to know how good it tastes, here are some customer’s reviews:
- “If you were like, ‘This is a $100 pint of ice cream,’ I would believe it.”
- “The texture is perfect. It’s the texture of a very fine ice cream. You can always tell if it’s high or low quality by the texture. The taste – simply yummy. I had to really discipline myself to not eat the entire container!!!!!!!!! Thank you for making something without sugar.”
- “This stuff is so good you want to keep eating it until its gone lol. Would love to see it mass produced and put on store shelves.”
- “I absolutely LOVE the desert. It was at my doorstep frozen solid. The texture is very creamy, I assume from the coconut oil. Great flavor.”
For sugar free desserts (Paleo desserts and keto desserts) and sugar free ice cream (low carb ice cream), Kebby’s ice cream takes the cake!