This post is part of a series where I estimate a foods effect on ketosis, give it a keto friendly rating, and determine how it can fit into a ketogenic diet. Here I cover the six kinds of So Delicious brand no sugar added coconut milk “non-dairy frozen desserts” also known as coconut milk ice cream.
Keto Friendly Rating:
- Lowest net carb store bought ice cream I’ve found
- Tastes good
- Six desserts to choose from
- Made with coconut milk
- No soy or dairy
- Made with high-quality sweeteners Erythritol, chicory root extract, monk fruit extract, and sometimes stevia
- Low protein
- Can be difficult to locate
- Can be expensive
- Easy to overeat
- Still has carbohydrates
How So Delicious No Sugar Added Ice Cream Fits in a Ketogenic Diet:
Probably not the best everyday treat because of the extra carbs, price, and how easy they are to overeat. Similar to Quest Bars, the best time to have some is as a reward after difficult muscle glycogen depleting activities like lifting weights so the extra carbs go to refilling glycogen instead of elevating blood sugar.Eating Academy: Ketones and Carbohydrates: Can they co-exist? – Peter Attia, M.D.
I personally don’t buy store bought ice cream anymore because it’s too easy to overeat and often puts me over the edge into low ketosis (0.5 – 1 mmol/L). I currently recommend getting your sweet fix with Chocoperfection because it’s delicious and 10/10 ketogenic friendly.
My Favorite Flavors and Net Carbs:
Here is their store locator, the pints are under frozen desserts and the bars are under frozen novelties. The sugar alcohols are not currently listed in the nutrition facts on their website so I checked them all in store.I also emailed and called them to let them know because I’m such cool guy
1. Mint chip – 12g net carbs per pint:
2. Mini vanilla bars – 3g net carbs per bar:
3. Chocolate – 20g net carbs per pint:
4. Butter pecan – 16g net carbs per pint:
5. Mini fudge bars – 4g net carbs per bar:
Vanilla bean – 20g net carbs per pint:
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Notes and References [ + ]
|1.||↑||Erythritol, chicory root extract, monk fruit extract, and sometimes stevia|
|2.||↑||Eating Academy: Ketones and Carbohydrates: Can they co-exist? – Peter Attia, M.D.|
|3.||↑||I also emailed and called them to let them know because I’m such cool guy|