A simple low carb peanut butter ice cream topping that’s a nice change from hot fudge. Serve it warm as a topping for your favorite sugar free ice cream.
My favorite ice cream flavor has always been peanut butter. There’s just something about it. However, I don’t always have the time to pull out the ice cream maker and whip up a batch of home made peanut butter ice cream.
This peanut butter ice cream topping is a quick and easy way to get the flavor into regular store bought low carb ice cream. I don’t even bother heating up the leftovers.
I just mix a little bit of this luscious sauce into sugar free vanilla ice cream to satisfy my craving. Sometimes, it’s just what I need for an after work snack.
Carbsmart is one of the low carb ice creams that I buy. The other one is a non-dairy frozen dessert made by So Delicious. It’s made from coconut milk and is a little harder to find.
You’ll love this peanut butter ice cream topping served warm over either sugar free vanilla or chocolate ice cream. I like to swirl it in so that the yummy peanut butter flavor is in every bite.
Are you a peanut butter lover? If so, you must try this yummy sauce!
Low Carb Peanut Butter Ice Cream Topping Recipe
Peanut Butter Ice Cream Topping
- Mix together the sweetener and water in a small saucepan over high heat and bring to a boil; boil for one minute.
- Remove from heat and stir in the peanut butter until melted well blended. Add additional water if needed to get the right consistency.
- Pour the warm sauce over ice cream to serve.
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