Monday, July 14, 2014

No churn Rocky Road Ice cream

The summer heat has arrived in Redlands; days hover around the mid to high 30s and the nights are fractionally cooler.  So ice cream is definitely on the agenda.  This is a super easy recipe that does not require an ice cream maker or the hassle of having to take it out of the freezer to stir every hour.  It is very rich but grown ups and kids alike gobbled it up at our 4th of July party.

Another bonus of this recipe is it does not require exact measurements, use whatever you have to hand and what takes your fancy!

No churn Rocky Road Ice Cream

1 can of condensed milk
600ml of heavy cream
1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips, melted
Equal amounts of the following:
crushed cookies (I used plain vanilla cookies)
dried cranberries (or sultanas)
mini marshmallows
semi sweet chocolate chips
chopped nuts of your choice (optional)

Using an electric whisk mix together the cream and condensed milk until thick. 
'Ribbon' thickness
Stir in the melted chocolate until fully incorporated.  Finally stir in the Rocky Road ingredients.  Transfer to a Tupperware with a tight fitting lid and freeze overnight.  Be warned it makes a lot!

Enjoy x

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