Great Tasting Choc Ice Cream!

11506_guinness_milk_chocolate_ice_cream_3_620Delicious chocolate Ice Cream Recipe ingredients

The easiest method to get yourself a smooth, evenly textured soft ice cream is always to stir the mix very carefully and then deep freeze rapidly.

The biggest thing you need to prevent is ice crystals developing within the blend this can be accomplished if you get air in to the blend.

This can be done if you take the mix from the deep freeze just after Twenty minutes and then to give it an extra stir.

List of ingredients (will serve 3-4)

  • 200ml of milk
  • 1 egg
  • 40g of fine sugar
  • 120g of Lindt 99% quality chocolate
  • 70ml of water
  • 140ml of cream
  • 7ml of vanilla essence


Whisk the egg and sugar and then add the warm milk while whisking.

Add the blend into a bowl and then heat while not boiling for around 5 minutes

Strain the mixture after that leave to chill

Split the delicious chocolate in bits and put in an additional bowl add some water, melt it gradually over the minimal heat.

Add some melted delicious chocolate into the previous mixture and then stir up.

Essential the next step is to cool down this combination.

When cooled down add some half whipped cream as well as the vanilla flavor and lightly stir for One minute.

Put this inside your fridge freezer pull out just after 20 mins and then stir (churn) for a few minutes after that bring back to fridge freezer


  • Cool almost all the food ingredients and also equipment prior to using them all
  • Always be correct in the volume of sugar, to much may prevent the mix from freezing and also to little may cause the mix to freeze hard and also rocky
  • Don’t place hot mixes directly into finished container let it chill
  • Be careful not to fill up the container due to the fact freezing will expand the volume of the actual contents
  • Place the fridge freezer on very coldest settings

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