Homemade Mint Oreo Ice Cream

Recently got my hands on a ice cream maker so I am working on making some delicious macro friendly options!

 

Definitely a work in progress getting the right textures and flavors and still keeping macros low. For my first try, I decided to go with a mint flavor, and everyone likes add-ins so I threw some oreos in there as well.

 

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First off you want to get your ice cream maker base nice and frozen.

Next, in a bowl add in 1.5oz Heavy Cream, 2oz FF Half n Half, 2 cups or 16oz Almond Milk unsweetened, 8 splenda packets, 1 tsp vanilla, 8-10 drops of green food coloring, and .5oz of plain vodka.

Whisk that all together until combined. Once combined, pour into ice cream maker and switch on. Should take anywhere from 7-30 min depending on your ice cream maker and how cold it is. Mine took less than 15 min.

Let the machine churn, keeping an eye on it. Once it is starting to form take 2 oreo cookies(I used reduced fat) and crush them into your mix allowing the oreos to get well combined into your ice cream.

Once it has taken a ice cream consistency stop your ice cream maker and pour it into a freezer safe bowl that can be covered. Place in freezer for at least an hr. After and hr, pop out and give it a stir. If it has taken on the consistency of ice cream completely you are good to go. If it is still a bit runny, pop back in the freezer for another hr. Repeat process until desired consistency.

 

I haven’t tried this without an ice cream maker, but you could try the bag formula as well. Make mixture, pour into a plastic bag. Place that plastic bag inside another plastic bag filling it with ice and salt. Proceed to shake the bags for 15-30 minutes until ice cream has formed. Scrap it out of the bag and either eat, or throw in the freezer.

 

Macros for ice cream with oreos: 23 fat / 42 carbs / 4.6 protein for 600g total weight. Your average mint ice cream from the store is usually 9f/20c/2p for roughly 70g depending on brand. So yes the fat seems slightly high, but for the volume it pays off.

 

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