konjac flour, as well as guar gum, vegetable glycerin, carrageenan gum, and locust-bean gum.
What type of ice cream would this make?
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Konjac and Guar Gum will contribute to an elastic and stretchy texture. Glycerin flakes, locust bean gum and carrageenan will act as a stabilizer for the ice-cream, preventing large ice crystal formation.
When using your ingredients and "ice cream" in a search Duck Duck Go finds "Dondurma Is the Chewy, Stretchy Ice Cream You Need to Know About", which does have all of the ingredients you list.
No type of "Ice cream" by definition.
Some sort of "Frozen non-dairy dessert", perhaps, but not if those are the only ingredients, IMHO.