Can ice cream be healthy? This delicious protein ice cream recipe already.

The low carb ice cream not only helps with cravings …

… it also works with any fat loss diet plan and is ratz-fatz prepared.

Let it taste you!

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Why Protein Low Carb Ice?

In life, there are few incontrovertible facts, but here is one:

Everyone loves desserts.

It is a physiological law. If you have functioning taste buds, you might like certain foods – no matter if chocolate, feta cheese or ice cream.

The catch:

Most desserts are not necessarily figurative.

On the list of ingredients are all the things that call for restraint (sugar, fat, more sugar).

I think an occasional piece of cake and dessert are part of a healthy diet.

The dose makes the poison.

Above a certain amount, the sweet vice just harms more than it does. Especially if you want to break down fat and change your body.

And yet it is possible to eat every day a delicious dessert AND thereby lose fat.

What is the solution if you love desserts?

 Sugar-free diet For most people, there are only two options:

  1. You eat Desserts and do not look as you wish. (Or train more accordingly.)
  2. You do not eat desserts and try to sort out the cravings for sweets.

I would not necessarily be happy with both options.

So I’ve thought of a third one:

Protein Ice Cream – the healthy fitness dessert.

Now you’re probably wondering …

What is Low Carb Protein Ice?

 Protein Ice Recipe You should know that this protein Ice cream in taste and texture is a bit different than what you might be used to from the ice cream parlor.

But first of all, it’s lightning fast and easy to cook and – most importantly – it’s forbidden to be tasty.

And best of all:

The nutritional values ​​are absolutely fitness-compatible and it really fits into any nutritional plan.

The protein ice cream recipe is based on just three ingredients:

Protein powder, berries, water. That’s all.

I would not say that this treat grew on my own. I do not remember where I found the original protein ice cream recipe.

But I experimented a lot, the dessert varied and refined. And now it is an integral part of my daily diet.

Yes, I eat this dessert every day.

Mostly after dinner, sometimes at noon.

Why? Because it’s damn tasty. Because it’s healthy. Because I just LOVE it. And because it satisfies my cravings for sweets.

  1. When I share it with clients who have a craving topic, they find the same thing:

It makes you SATISFIED.

In fact, the Jieper Sweet is a real challenge to many naked-looking people. But luckily there is a solution.

Protein Ice Recipe: 3 Delicious Alternatives to Ice Cream

This protein ice cream recipe will help you break through the monotony, making the change even easier.

If you’ve had an appetite and want to try it, then you’ll first learn my basic recipe, then a variation, and finally a finished protein ice cream from the trade.

Protein Ice Cream Recipe # 1 – Blueberry and Vanilla Soft Ice Cream

 shutterstock_305495807 Frosted fruit transforms your protein shake into a delicious soft ice cream in an instant. This recipe is a healthy satiety – because the volume doubles when mixed.


  • 30g Vanilla Protein Powder (I mostly use Frey Protein 96 because it has a slightly thicker consistency due to the mixture and tastes great in water.) You can also use Whey Isolate but this will make your low carb ice cream thinner.)
  • 150 g frozen blueberries
  • 250 ml of water


  1. First add the water, then the frozen blueberries and finally the protein powder in a blender.
  2. Mix everything for about 10 seconds at the highest level until the frozen blueberries are crunchy.
  3. After that, run the blender at low speed for another 2 minutes (my blender is level 2-3 out of 10) until the ice has a uniformly creamy consistency.

Protein Ice Nutrition Facts: Blueberry Vanilla

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 430 g

Portions 1

Nutritional information per 100g

Calorie (kcal) 173 Kcal fat 9

% Daily Intake *

Fat 1 g 2%

Cholesterol 0 mg 0%

Sodium 2 mg 0%

Carbohydrates 28 g 9%

Fiber 8 g 32%

Sugar 10 g

Protein 29 g 58%

* Guide values ​​based on a diet of 2,000 kcal. Your daily needs may vary greatly.


Fitness Kitchen Tips: Blueberry-Vanilla Protein Ice Cream

Even with this simple protein ice-cream recipe, there are plenty of opportunities a more variety. Here are my favorite variations:

  • Protein powder: The protein ice cream tastes great with other varieties. A good alternative for vegans is Sunwarrior Protein.
  • Blueberries: Berries contain very little carbohydrate and are therefore ideal for a low carb ice cream. Instead of blueberries, you can also use strawberries, raspberries or a berry mix.
  • Water: If the fruit should not be frozen, you can replace some of the water with ice cubes. Instead of water, you can also use milk (ideally organic). Tastes better, but also provides more (milk) sugar and calories. Even with almond milk, the ice tastes great.
  • Extras: A teaspoon of cinnamon can give the low carb ice cream an extra taste kick.
  • Sattler: Add 1-2 lb. psyllium seed husks to the blender. This is good for the intestinal flora and saturates in addition.

Protein Ice Recipe # 2 – Dark Chocolate & Almond

 Low Carb Ice You do not own a blender yet? No problem. For this delicious protein ice cream recipe, you do not need any electrical appliances apart from the freezer.



  1. Put the almond purée in a bowl and add the egg white powder.
  2. Stir in the almond milk slowly and add almond flour, milk and the powder until it becomes a pudding-like consistency.
  3. If you want, you can eat the dessert right now and call it Protein Pudding.

I prefer to put it in the freezer for 30-45 minutes until it takes on an ice cream-like consistency.

Protein Ice Nutrition Facts: Dark Chocolate & Almond

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 145 g

Servings 1

Nutrition Facts per 100g

Calorific Value (kcal) 255 Fat Kcal 108

% Daily Feeder *

} Fat 12 g 18%

saturated 1 g 5%

Transfat 0 g

Cholesterol 0 mg 0%

Sodium 1 mg 0%

Carbohydrates 6 g 2%

Fiber 3 g 12%

Sugar 2 g

protein 32 g 64%

* indicative price evaluation Diet of 2,000 kcal. Your daily needs may vary greatly.

Fitness Tips: Dark Chocolate & Almond Protein Ice Cream

You can also vary this protein ice cream recipe:

  • Protein Powder: Meanwhile, there is also grass-fed protein powder. Products obtained from the milk of grazing cows. Even if the protein of grass-fed cows, unlike butter or full-fat milk, is unlikely to provide any health benefits, it is one way to support this type of livestock farming.
  • Mandelmus: If you own a blender, you can also make the almonds yourself.
  • Almond milk : Almond milk can also be made by hand. Katrin Schäfer has put together a simple guide here. Of course, the protein ice cream recipe also tastes great with milk.
  • Toppings: If you want, you can also garnish the ice appetizing. I like to supplement fresh banana slices, cocoa powder or chopped nuts. Something whipped cream is also good on it.

Low Carb Ice # 3 – Protami Ice Cream From The Supermarket

What is the situation in the supermarket? There you will find the well-known brands, which consist mainly of industrial sugar, fat and aromas.

But a few years ago, a small startup from Munich began to change the ice cream market: Protami Protein Eis.

Founders Daniel and Paul, both passionate athletes themselves, thought, “If no one else does, we’ll bring healthy ice cream for athletes to the market. With a lot of protein and natural ingredients, but without sugar and additives. ”

The results:

Nutritional values ​​

Serving Size 180 ml

Portions 1

Nutritional Value per 100g

Calorie (kcal) 190 Kcal of Fat 54

% Daily Supply *

Fat 6 g 9%

saturated 4 g 20%

Trans fat 0 g

Carbohydrates 23 g 8%

Fiber 0 g 0%

Sugar 4 g

Protein 18 g 36%

* Guide values ​​based on a diet of 2,000 kcal. Your daily needs may vary greatly.

One of the founders, Paul, I know personally and have tasted all flavors already.

My conclusion: If you like ice cream, you will probably love Protami – the recipes are all very well done.

Protami is only available in fitness shops and studios or online.

I keep my fingers crossed for the future for the two founders. Maybe the ice cream will soon be available at the supermarket around the corner …


Do you have to give up dessert if you want to lose weight? No. At least not if you serve one of the two protein ice cream recipes.

Now it’s your turn!

If you know any recipes or foods that will whet your sweet tooth and are fitness-friendly, share them in the comments.


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