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rwarren

I love ice cream, and getting my ice cream maker has been the best buy ever. My son and I love creating new flavours. And my friends love when we create a new one, and share.

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  • Favorite foods: Ice cream
    Chocolate, and anything that goes with them

Can you freeze tiramisu?

I made tiramisu ice cream. I posted the recipe here. Worked out very well.

Could not find a recipe, so made one myself

A question

Thank you so much for the responses. I updated my profile. I have been looking around and trying to see where to add a recipe or two. Where is the best place to put them, and how? Any help is greatly appreciated.

Soy/Almond/Rice Milk Ice Cream

I have used almond milk, which is a little nutty tasting. And also oat milk. What I did was use 3 cups of either milk, 1/2 to 3/4 cup white sugar, 2 tsp vanilla. Then either put in bits of cookies they could eat, or also Hershey's chocolate sauce, about 14 tablespoons. I added tbsp at a time, until I got it to the taste I wanted.

Could not find a recipe, so made one myself

I love tiramisu. It is one of my favourite desserts. I wanted to try and make a tiramisu ice cream, but could not find one. Not a true one. Found some with vanilla ice cream, then put all the bits together.

For those of you who like tiramisu, and ice cream, here is what I came up with.

What you will need:
1/2 Cup Sugar
1 Cup Milk
500g (16 oz) Mascarpone Cheese
4 tbsp (60ml, 2 fl oz) Coffee Liqueur (I used Baileys)
Some liqueurs have a stronger flavour, so add 1 tbsp (15 ml) at a time.
1 tsp Rum
1/2 Cup Dark Chocolate Grated (More to use
as a garnish)
3 Ladyfingers Biscuit (cut in thin slices width
wise) extra whole ones for serving.


What to do:
1. Add the sugar, milk and Mascarpone cheese in to a medium mixing bowl.
2. Use a hand blender to mix until blended and smooth.
3. Add in the coffee liqueur one tbsp at a time. Mix well and then taste. If you need to, add the next tbsp of the coffee liqueur.
4. Once the taste is how you want it, place mixture into your ice cream maker.
5. Drizzle a tiny bit of the coffee liqueur over the chopped biscuits.
6. In the last 10 minutes add the chopped biscuits and grated chocolate.

Serve with a ladyfinger biscuit cut in half, and top with a bit of the grated chocolate.

I hope you enjoy

A question

I was wondering the best place to talk about the ice cream recipe book I have written. I don't want to just start posting links etc about it, not knowing if this was ok.

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