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Friday, June 1, 2012

Double Chocolate Malt(esers) Ice Cream


Ice cream , anyone ?! Again ?

Oh well ....

I've been complaining while I was taking some photos of these .

I just finished scooping some of it and then in just a minute it's already melting .

SUMMER pfffftttttt !

Not planning to make this actually because I just finished licking the ice cream container few days ago and I just have had enough of chocolate ice cream . Or so I thought pffftttt lol

Been looking for some regular malted milk but so far nada .

I want some nice creamy chocolate milk malted  ice cream that I've seen in one of the book that I just borrowed .

But as I'm always saying to myself , just use what you've got .

So instead of having a light-colored chocolate ice cream , I have another dark and dreamy ice cream with Maltesers pieces that I can't help adding ^-^''

And while you're drooling , will go out and look for that elusive regular malted milk hee hee


I halve the recipe and made some modification in red

Creamy Milk Chocolate Malt Ice cream , recipe adapted from ice cream mix-in by Jeff Keys

2 cups whipping cream
2 cups whole milk ( 1 1/4 cups ) 
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
3/4 cup Carnation malted milk ( I used a generous 1/2 cup Ovaltine chocolate malted milk ) 
pinch of kosher salt
12 ounces milk chocolate , cut into pieces ( 170 grams bittersweet chocolate chips ) 
8 fresh egg yolks
80 grams Maltesers , chopped and added after the last 5 minutes of churning plus extra for decoration

*Pour the cream and milk into a medium-size stainless steel bowl and place over a steaming pan of boiling water . When the mixture gets hot , a film will form over the surface.
* Add sugar , vanilla , malted milk and salt . Blend thoroughly with a wire whip and then add chocolate . Stir the mixture gently while chocolate melts . With a wire whip , stir the egg yolks until they are thoroughly incorporated . Remove from the heat and let the mix cool to room temperature , then chill completely in the fridge .
* Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and process according to manufacturer's instructions . Transfer the mixture into ice cream container and let harden in the freezer fro about 4 hours or overnight .

29 comments:

  1. The weather is not hot here but your ice cream posts is making me grab one of the cone.

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  2. ha! i never thought of that problem with photographing ice cream...i will have to be careful when i finally break out my machine! the weather is finally getting hot enough, too. mmmm these look fantastic!

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  3. it's rather cold these days, but ice cream is even better during cold days :D

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  4. Hi Anne, I want 2 scoops, please. Your double choco look delicious. Great mind think alike, I'm churning ice cream in my freezer too, most probable will post tonight, hehehe

    Have a nice day.

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  5. This looks gorgeous! So deliciously good!

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  6. yum yum. you're officially the ice cream monster!

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  7. each time when I see ice creams on others blogs, I am thinking more and more about making them myslef:)


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  8. ah ice cold malted chocolate ice cream...it sure would be able to chase the blues away as well as some of this heat. I sure wish I had some of this at my house-yum! Delicious post!

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  9. Oh gosh! I really need this delicious ice-cream now! Not just coz the weather it's getting warmer here but who can resist these ice-cream! I really love the addition of Malteser pieces in these ice-cream. Extra flavor-able! YUM! *^

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  10. Wow, they really are already melting! I am jealous of your hot weather. It's still raining and cold here. But will save these ice cream recipes until then ;)

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  11. wow...seriously drooling here!!!double choco ice cream !!!!can u plz...pass me a scoop of it ????

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  12. this ice cream looks perfect. perfect for this summer

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  13. that color looks gorgeous!

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  14. This is such a fantastic recipe! Thanks for sharing it on our blog hop! :)

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  15. Yum, looks great love malt flavor in my ice cream, sending you icecreamlove!!

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  16. It looks extra creamy!

    Sending you some #icecreamlove ;-)

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  17. Oh my goodness,you had me at "chocolate"! I love maltesers and they're a delish idea ! Thanks for sharing some ice cream love!

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  18. This sounds terrific. I have many recipes for ice cream, but I don't have one that uses malt. This will make a wonderful addition to my collection. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  19. Hot or cold, just give me those ice cream:D

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  20. Oh my! Sinful! Can't wait to try this! Love ice cream, obsessed with maltesers! Great post and pics! :)

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  21. Oh goodness I love malted milk balls. When I was pregnant with my daughter almost 23 years ago I ate them daily. I'm convinced she loves them because she had them daily while growing in my belly.

    I will definitely try this and with luck my family won't try to convince me to go fat free with this.

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  22. Anything better than chocolate and malt?? Congrats on getting your ice cream not to melt in the cone before taking the photos! I had troubles with that!! #Icecreamlove to you!

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  23. Oh I won't ever get tired of ice cream! It's something I really love regardless of the weather!

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  24. You know me and ice cream, I am in love with this one. So rich and just begging to be eaten. Love, love, love.

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  25. I wish for warmer weather at Melbourne now... These very chocolaty ice cream looks so delicious. All we need now is warmer weather to eat these...

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  26. aargh..i wish it was my bite at the last photo of your ice cream!

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  27. This is definitely something to die for! Oh this is killing me!
    Kristy

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