No Churn Paleo Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream (Keto, Low Carb, 4 Ingredient)

A simple no churn keto ice cream recipe made with just four ingredients! This dairy-free chocolate ice cream is the ultimate paleo vegan frozen dessert or snack, ready in minutes. Low carb, keto, sugar free, gluten-free. 

You guys have been asking for a low carb ice-cream recipe without an ice-cream maker, so I’ve got one right here! Say hello to the new addition joining my low carb vanilla ice cream, easy 3 ingredient chocolate ice cream and my favorite no churn strawberry blender ice cream.

4-Ingredient Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Easy Keto Ice Cream Recipe

With the warmer weather literally around the corner, having a healthy ice cream recipe on hand is mandatory. While it is easier to choose a store-bought option, making your own is just as simple. 

Not only can you control what goes in it, you can ensure it is dietary friendly too. This easy keto chocolate ice cream recipe fits the bill. Not only does it require just 4 ingredients, it doesn’t need any fancy gadgets to make it.

This is the ultimate healthy paleo vegan no churn ice cream recipe, which just happens to also be low carb and 100% sugar free! 

4-Ingredient Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

What does it mean no churn?

When you see an ice-cream recipe including the term ‘no churn’, it means that you don’t need to use an ice cream maker to produce smooth, creamy and delicious ice cream.

All my frozen dessert and healthy ice cream recipes you’ll find in my archives are all 100% no churn. I either use a food processor or my favorite method, the high-speed blender

How do you make ice-cream in a blender?

Easy!

To make ice-cream in a blender, you’ll need to ensure it has ice crushing capabilities. For my recipes, I add the chilled coconut milk, add the other ingredients and blend until thick and creamy. 

Depending on the texture, I’d either freeze it and stir in 15-minute intervals, or I’d add extra ingredients to enjoy it soft-serve style. 

How do you make dairy free ice cream?

To keep my ice cream recipes 100% dairy free and paleo-friendly, I always use coconut milk from a can. I chill the cans of coconut milk overnight (the KEY to the perfect consistency) and let the cream separate from the milk. 

Unless otherwise stated, I use the entire can of coconut milk. 

4-Ingredient Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Can you substitute coconut milk? 

I don’t recommend substituting coconut milk if you want a scoopable ice-cream. The consistency and thickness are necessary to produce that desired texture. If you plan to have your ice-cream immediately or enjoy a thickshake-like dessert, you can use almond or another milk. Be wary that you’d need to cut back on the liquid amount. 

Is there any paleo ice-cream?

Technically, there are some dairy-free ice creams on the market which can be considered paleo friendly. However, there are some ingredients which strict followers of the paleo diet would not be comfortable consuming.

I have you covered though- Every single ice cream recipe on this blog is 100% paleo and keto friendly! 

Is vegan ice cream better for you? 

I don’t believe any ice-cream is better for you based on dietary preferences. Yes, there may be no dairy in vegan ice-cream, but you’d be surprised at what other ingredients are used.

Fortunately for YOU, not only do I share easy vegan no-churn ice cream recipes here, they are guilt-free and made with wholesome, clean ingredients. 

4-Ingredient Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

Never buy store-bought unhealthy ice cream again. This healthy paleo vegan chocolate ice cream is your answer. Simply made with four ingredients and no churn, it is the ultimate easy low carb keto ice cream recipe to keep your tastebuds dancing! 

 
4-Ingredient Keto Chocolate Ice Cream

No Churn Paleo Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream (Keto, Low Carb, 4 Ingredient)

A simple no churn keto ice cream recipe made with just four ingredients! This dairy-free chocolate ice cream is the ultimate paleo vegan frozen dessert or snack, ready in minutes. Low carb, keto, sugar free, gluten-free. 
4.41 from 10 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American, australian, English
Keyword: chocolate, dairy free, ice cream, keto, no churn
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 12 Servings
Calories: 130kcal
Author: Arman

Ingredients

For the original recipe

For the date-sweetened recipe

Instructions

  • Place an 8 x 8-inch loaf pan in the freezer to chill.
  • In a high-speed blender or food processor, add your chilled coconut milk. Blend for 30 seconds before adding all your other ingredients. Blend until thick and creamy, but do not over-blend.
  • Pour the ice cream mixture into the frozen loaf pan and spread evenly. To ensure the mixture doesn't become icy, mix it every 30 minutes, for the first 1-2 hours.  
  • Once ready to enjoy, allow to thaw at room temperature for 15 minutes. Using a slightly wet ice cream scoop, scoop desired amount into a bowl and enjoy! 

Notes

No Churn Paleo Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream (Keto, Low Carb, 4 Ingredient) should be consumed within 2-3 days.
If ice cream is too frozen, thaw until creamier. If it is still stiff, re-blend for 30 seconds. 

Nutrition

Serving: 1serving | Calories: 130kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Protein: 7g | Fat: 11g | Vitamin A: 2% | Vitamin C: 3% | Calcium: 3% | Iron: 2%

 

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19 thoughts on “No Churn Paleo Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream (Keto, Low Carb, 4 Ingredient)

  1. Hi Arman, love this recipe! What happens if you use light coconut milk instead of full fat coconut milk? Canned light coconut milk is all I have, but all recipes for coconut milk ice cream I have seen call for coconut milk!

    1. Light coconut milk will freeze to a rock. You need the fat in regular full fat coconut milk to achieve the best results with this recipe. He mentioned you could use other types of milk if you’re going to use this for a smoothie or eat it right away.

      1. Thank you Arman! I will try it for sure! I’m pregnant and avoiding refined sugar. Your recipes are life savers! So glad I found your page! ?

  2. The nutritional facts are based on one serving. How much is a serving? Thanks for the recipe. The coconut milk is already in the freezer!!

  3. I understand putting the coconut milk in the fridge overnight but would like to know if I am to just scoop the solids from the can or put the entire contents in. TIA

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