Low GI ice cream recipe?

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  1. Tinsel81

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    Does anyone have a tasty low GI, low cal ice cream recipe? I've primed my ice cream maker but not sure what to put in it! I have heard you can make a tasty ice cream using cottage cheese and skimmed milk, has anyone tried this?
     
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    irish molly Maintaing LT loss on GL

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    I dont have one but ice cream is a medium Gi food. So, if you have it with berries it will lower the overall Gi of the dessert. Also you can apply the 80/20 rule and have it as a treat.
     
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    Thanks, that sounds tasty: perfect to go with some strawberries after tea I'll get some evaporated milk and try it later.
     
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    what about using low fat yoghurt and berries? I love frozen yoghurt!! (Hmmm, I may have to pop out and get some now.....)
     
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