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Sensationally Sinful No Churn Coffee and Kahlua Ice Cream

Having experimented with three ice cream flavours last week, I went back and quadrupled the recipe for this one – seriously it falls under the heading of ‘stratospherically stupendous and sinfully good!’ I’m not joking – it’s also REALLY addictive (I can practically hear it whispering from the freezer, ‘have some more, you know you want to!’ Moving on to the practicalities, it’s also so easy and quick to make and the result is luscious, decadent, silky smooth and tantalisingly tempting! Make it once and you’ll be hooked!!!

What you need…

600ml double cream

397g (1 tin) condensed milk

4 espresso coffees/200ml VERY strong coffee (cold)

2 tablespoons camp coffee

4 tablespoons Kahlua/coffee liqueur

What to do….

Use an electric hand held whisk to beat the double cream to form soft peaks. Pour in the condensed milk and use a balloon whisk to gently fold it in so that it is evenly incorporated.

Pour in the cold espresso, Camp coffee and Kahlua and stir to incorporate. Pour into a plastic container, pop the lid on and stick it in the freezer.

Wait at least 6 hours. Go to your freezer armed with a sundae spoon and check them out. Invite husband and anyone else to do the same, proclaiming which one you prefer whilst continuing to taste-test. If there’s any left, serve in cones, bowls, casual or posh. Mostly, enjoy!

Tip…

Once frozen, it takes about 10-15 minutes to reach the consistency whereby you can easily scoop it out.

Inspired by…

Mary Berry is responsible for the base no-churn ice cream. The coffee flavouring combination is a thing of beauty that woke me up at 3am one morning whilst I mulled over the ratios!!!

How easy…

Ridiculously which is worrying – I think a tub of this will be a permanent resident in our freezer!

 

Coffee & Kahlua Aff

Coffee and Kahlua Affogato

 

Simply dollop some of your coffee and kahlua ice ream into the bottom of a pretty glass and top up with a single, cold espresso (or hot if you want the whole lot to mix together to create some kind of a rather wicked cocktail!)