Make maple spiced pumpkin ice cream your fall treat!
You’ve had pumpkin pie, pumpkin rolls, and pumpkin spiced lattes. However, if you’ve never tried maple spiced pumpkin ice cream, then you are really missing out! As pumpkin makes its way into every fall treat imaginable, we think ice cream is one of the most overlooked options! If you are a true ice cream lover that enjoys a delicious cone all year long, then you have to try this seasonal option. It’s just too good to pass up!
We know what you’re thinking–isn’t it hard to make homemade ice cream? Absolutely not! All you need is a few ingredients and about 30 minutes in your kitchen (plus a few hours in the freezer) to whip up this delicious treat all on your own. However, keep in mind that this recipe is for an ice cream maker. Don’t waste your time standing in line at the ice cream parlor, make this yummy fall treat all by yourself!
Nutmeg, cinnamon, and pumpkin come together to create the perfect explosion of all your favorite Autumn flavors. Plus, we can keep it keto-friendly by relying on monk fruit sweetener and liquid stevia to bring all the sweetness you could possibly want. It’s much sweeter than regular sugar, and your body can process it easier. If you prefer sugar-free treats, then this maple spiced pumpkin ice cream should definitely be on your must-try list.
Ice cream doesn’t just have to be a summertime dessert. Why you limit the goodness to only one time a year? Enjoy it anytime by incorporating some of the most delicious flavors of the season. It’s fast, simple, and definitely one of the best keto desserts you’ll ever try. Whip it up today to see for yourself why so many people are falling in love with this fantastic recipe.
And by the way, if you’re wondering, we used Keto Diet App’s recipe for sugar-less sugar cones! They’re so crispy!
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