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Old 02-12-2013, 02:28 PM   #1
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Ice Cream

Hello everyone, long time lurker, first time poster! I've searched and read a lot from this site over the years...I read about the ice cream recipes as well, and I was linked from this website to eggface (I think it's called) and that's been helpful as well.

So I have a question regarding ice cream. I have a 2QT size cusinart ice cream maker and too many ingredients and I need help narrowing it down to what to use! I'd like to keep it low cal, preferably moderate fat & low carb, but I'll go higher in the fat and/or higher in protein if it helps. I definitely want a creamy & delicious ice cream or frozen yogurt so I'm willing to compromise! So here's what I have:

-Hood Calorie Countdown (Skim, Chocolate & 2% Milk)
-Fat Free Greek Yogurt
-Various Protein Powders
-FF/SF Jello Pudding Mixes
-PB2/Chocolate PB2
-Egg Beaters/Egg Whites
-SF Syrups (Walden Farms, Da Vinci, etc)
-Guar Gum/Xantham Gum/Oat Fiber
-Splenda
-Various Toppings (Sensato Granola, Fruit, SF Chocolate Chips, Toffee & Peanut Brittle (Judy's), Cinnamon, Rainbow Sprinkes, Nuts, Cool Whip Free, SF Whipped Cream (Redi-Whip), etc)

Any recommendations for a good quantity and maybe some ideas for some good ratios? For example, let's say I wanted to fill up a pint (I have empty pint containers, exactly like B&Js pints)?
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Old 02-12-2013, 03:28 PM   #2
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I plan to try this recipe soon. Maybe it will help.


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Old 02-12-2013, 03:58 PM   #3
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Sharon I never seen that thread. What a great thread. Even though I'm non dairy there are other people I know who would love that recipe.
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Sharon I never seen that thread. What a great thread. Even though I'm non dairy there are other people I know who would love that recipe.
Haha I'm "supposed" to be non-dairy, but my feeling is no gluten, no carbs is all the religion I can handle! I'm sorta moderate on the dairy, I guess.
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Old 02-12-2013, 04:57 PM   #5
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I wish I could . It certainally would make life easier.

I've learned so much about me and food.
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