Swedish-style Ice Cream Science
We searched high and low for
the best better-for-you ingredients.
- SteviaSteviol glycosides, found in stevia plants, have been used in South America for hundreds of years. These can also be produced by fermenting cane sugar.
- MonkfruitMonk fruit is a small, green gourd that resembles a melon. First used by Buddhist monks in the 13th century.
- ErythritolErythritol is found in pears, plums, and fermented foods. It can also be made from corn.
- Sweet FiberSoluble corn fiber helps provide our creamy texture and sweetness.
- Birch SugarAlso known as Xylitol, Birch Sugar is found in fruits and vegetables and is produced in small amounts by our bodies every day. It can also be made from rice.
- AlluloseAllulose is a rare sweetener found in figs and raisins, of which only a tiny amount is metabolized by the body. It can also be made from corn.
Steviol glycosides, found in stevia plants, have been used in South America for hundreds of years. These can also be produced by fermenting cane sugar.
Our Ice Cream Innovations
Swedish-style Light Ice Cream. Protected by 14 patents.
- CreamyPlant-derived MouthfeelThe creaminess we love in ice cream normally comes from calorie-dense dairy fats, but the plant-based ingredient we use keeps a creamy feel without the heaviness.
- YummyElimination of “Off Notes”Proprietary innovation to remove off notes of non dairy fats to deliver a classic and true cream flavor.
- MeltyMelting Point ModelingWe design the melting properties of our ice cream to deliver unprecedented creaminess and mouthfeel.
Allulose, not glucose
N!CK’S is one of the first light ice creams made with Allulose, a rare sugar the FDA recently removed from consideration as Added Sugars in nutrition labeling. Allulose is sweet while contributing almost no calories to your diet. See nutrition facts on the package for calories and total sugars.
Recognizing the health benefits of a keto diet, Nick crafts our light ice creams to help make a ketogenic diet easier and tastier for all.
N!CK’S Swedish-style light ice cream has between 4g to 7g of net carbs per serving. We describe our low net carbs as: Total carbohydrates – fiber – sugar alcohols – allulose.