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    Heavy Whipping cream + sugar free jello mix = awesome

    So far I've had the strawberry, cherry, and raspberry versions at 0 carbs total. So freaking good. Raspberry is my favorite.

    I take 16 oz of heavy whipping cream and one package of the jello flavor I want and whip it until it has a mousse like consistency. Set it in the fridget to chill for a bit and it's great. I haven't played around with more or less yet, but this seems to come out at a pretty good ratio. I was thinking about doing 2 packs of flavor next time and seeing what happens.

    I did it with the sugar free chocolate pudding as well, but it has 8 carbs per box, which is still not too bad carb wise, even if you decide to eat the whole thing, which you might, because it's delicious.

    The only thing is, the pudding one gets really thick really fast. I was actually unable to whip it with a hand beater after a certain point.
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    Man Brah appreciate this recipe it really helped that sweet tooth I had been having. Mixed up some lime with heavy cream put it in the freezer came out like some wanna be ice cream that was AWESOME. Appreciate it. Rep'd cause this was killer.
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    Good idea about the freezer, gonna try that.
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    Good recipe.
    I guess it will be a part of good keto diet.
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    pics and macros? doesn't 16 oz of heavy cream have like 90 g fat?
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    More than that. it has 5g of fat per tablespoon and I believe that there's 16 tablespoons in a cup so that would be 32 tablespoons or 160g of fat in the whole thing.
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    What method are you using to whip it? My ex-wife took the mixer (though she never cooks...) so I used a fork and the only thing I accomplished was to splash it all over the danged kitchen and myself...

    It was still very liquid-like, so I threw it in the freezer in hopes to make ice cream
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    I was using a hand whisk. It takes a good while. Look up how to make whipped cream with a hand whisk and it's the same process. Just don't add any sugar !
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    I first used a whisk that took a good 3-4 minutes, the next time I remember I had bought an awesome handblender for $40 bucks on amazon and it mixed it in about 30 seconds total.
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    you eat that in 1 sitting? 1400 cals of fat. you keto-ers are fkin crazy
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    I don't think anyone could eat that in one setting. I know I can't. I just put about 1/8th of the whole thing on my plate and eat it.
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    Originally Posted by cbeastwood View Post
    I don't think anyone could eat that in one setting. I know I can't. I just put about 1/8th of the whole thing on my plate and eat it.
    I'm sure a pothead could lol.
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    Originally Posted by cbeastwood View Post
    I don't think anyone could eat that in one setting. I know I can't. I just put about 1/8th of the whole thing on my plate and eat it.
    I could, easily (I ate 8lb of chicken breasts, beans & rice in one sitting a couple months back) , but I made myself split it into 2 servings...
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    I ate in one sitting. I had to meet my macros for the day. :S
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    Originally Posted by nico806 View Post
    I ate in one sitting. I had to meet my macros for the day. :S
    Nice. I found some orange sugar free jello that I'm going to try tonight, should be pretty good.
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    Tried it out yesterday. Worked great. Was a little too sweet though.

    I want to try this with Crystal Light.
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    Thank you so much....I've been craving something sweet. I'm on day 3 of this damn keto thing and I'm ready to punch people in the face lol. But seriously you just saved me from raging. Heck I was trying to justify eating 1 gummy bear and telling myself it's OK. But with this I can for sure not feel guilty.
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    Red face jello heavy cream dessert

    I only used 1/4 cup of heavy cream and it tasted wonderful. I may try less next time. I would be very scared to eat that amount of fat!
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    This is brilliant, thanks.
    What about adding some whey protein? Would the jello still set OK?
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    Originally Posted by TheManFromTaco View Post
    This is brilliant, thanks.
    What about adding some whey protein? Would the jello still set OK?
    If you have a good protien you can skip the jello and just mix it with straight Heavy whipping cream and it makes a pudding like substance, I do that with the Quest Chocolate Milkshake, sometimes i add almond butter or peanut butter also.

    Great tip for the Jello though didnt think to try it that way straight but i will now!
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    Originally Posted by cbeastwood View Post
    So far I've had the strawberry, cherry, and raspberry versions at 0 carbs total. So freaking good. Raspberry is my favorite.

    I take 16 oz of heavy whipping cream and one package of the jello flavor I want and whip it until it has a mousse like consistency. Set it in the fridget to chill for a bit and it's great. I haven't played around with more or less yet, but this seems to come out at a pretty good ratio. I was thinking about doing 2 packs of flavor next time and seeing what happens.

    I did it with the sugar free chocolate pudding as well, but it has 8 carbs per box, which is still not too bad carb wise, even if you decide to eat the whole thing, which you might, because it's delicious.

    The only thing is, the pudding one gets really thick really fast. I was actually unable to whip it with a hand beater after a certain point.
    did this with Lime. Amazing! Thanks OP!
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    i been doing that for quite some time, but heavy whipping cream (homemade) is super calorie dense.

    bbrb all the jello = 20 cals

    a bunch of whip cream = 1000 cal
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    Just wanted to say that I was skeptical when I read this but man o man, is this amazing. My favorite so far is the strawberry sugar free jello mixed with the HWC. Top it with some almond slivers for crunch and you are in heaven.
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