Yum, yum yum

Another super simple ice cream was made at the weekend.

We made more of the lemon ice-cream that I gave the recipe for last week.   But a chocolate ice-cream was also requested by Flo and the friends that came over at the weekend.


300mls double cream

170g white marshmallows

100gs dark chocolate

150mls full fat milk


Put the milk, the marshmallows and the chocolate (broken in to small pieces) in to a saucepan and, on a low heat, let them all melt in to each other, stirring now and again to help things along.    Once all melted remove from the heat and leave to cool.

While the chocolate/marshmallow/milk mix is cooling whip your double cream in to soft peaks.

Add the cooled chocolate/marshmallow mixture to the whipped cream and whip again, briefly, just to amalgamate thoroughly.

Put in to a container, cover and freeze for a few hours.

This is another recipe where you don’t have to worry about removing it from the freezer after a couple of hours and breaking down ice crystals  etc.   So another no fuss recipe, once mixed, freeze and you are done.

It is very delicious – and especially nice served with lots of chocolate sprinkles!

The lemon ice-cream from last week also works well with meringue pieces and blueberries – if you felt like it.

I hope you all had a good weekend.

Until tomorrow…




4 thoughts on “Yum, yum yum

  1. That sounds delicious and easy to make as well. I’ve never made ice-cream but if you don’t have to keep taking it out of the freezer and messing around with it I could be persuaded to give it a go. Trouble is I’d have to eat it all myself as nobody else is overly keen. xx


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