Sugar Free “Ice Cream” recipe

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I took this Sugar Free snack to the park in a fridge bag, all 5 kids (and their Mum’s) came back for more Ice-cream. The recipe is such a hit, and too easy. It is made from yoghurt but tastes like soft serve Ice-cream.

This Ice-cream recipe you will want to book mark and enjoy all summer long, it doesn’t need to be frozen, just fridge cold has the best soft creamy texture of a soft serve. Only one ingredient, it is so easy but you can change it up by adding some berries or nuts on top once served. The Ice cream wafers I used are very low sugar available at the super market, I’ve not yet seen low sugar Ice-cream cones, but these worked well served like a cracker with a blog of the Ice-cream on top.

My photo doesn’t do it justice but that is all I had left over after the park, I wasn’t going to post this recipe but my friends at the park really want to make it! I’m glad you are enjoying it too.

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Sugar Free “Ice Cream” recipe

By November 3, 2013

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This is without a doubt the easiest Ice-cream recipe, with an added bonus that it does not melt when served. It is made from yoghurt but tastes like soft serve Ice cream. Sugar free, easy, yummy, it's a winner.

Prep Time : 5 minutes. Cook Time : a few days minutes Yield : 500-700 ml Allergens : , , , , ,

Rating 5 stars - based on 2 review(s)

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Place some damp Cheesecloth or muslin over a jug doubled over twice (4 layers) or use a light tea towel
  • Make a deep bowl shape into the cloth where the yoghurt will sit to strain
  • Secure cloth with a rubber band to the jug with all sides of jug covered by cloth
  • Empty your entire pot of yogurt (1 litre) into the cheesecloth
  • You will see liquid (whey) start to run through the cloth
  • Leave out of fridge for an hour or so
  • Cover jug with a saucer and place in fridge for about 2 days (can be 12-72 hours)
  • You will see about half the yoghurt turn to liquid at the bottom of the jug and the creamy Ice-cream part left behind in the cheesecloth
  • When the yoghurt is a firm ball inside your cheesecloth, enjoy the creamy Ice cream in a bowl or on a wafer like a soft serve
  • The sour yoghurt taste is removed in the straining process, just the creamy sweet part remains
  • No need to freeze, the fridge cold temperature is just like a soft serve, the bonus is it will not melt! I took it to the park in a fridge bag and served it on the wafer to the kids, they loved it
  • This "Ice-cream" would be great on top of a dessert too
  • Enjoy xoxSha
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One Response to Sugar Free “Ice Cream” recipe

  1. Neri Brewer

    Just wondering if you could take a photo of the set up, I am having trouble visualising it. Cheers Neri

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