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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Vietnamese Coffee Ice cream

It melts faster than the Arctic ice ! 

What's the cure for these hot summer days ?!

I've been checking the local library's online catalogue hoping for more books of David Lebovitz .

Okay , it's The Perfect Scoop that I've kept checking out ....

Sadly , no listing of this as of now ...

Maybe I'll just buy it instead -__-"

I've been drinking coffee sweetened with condensed milk since time immemorial but never thought of calling it Vietnamese coffee ! lol

Warning though , 'tis really really sweet ! Check out the coffee and condensed milk ratio ....

It is not for the faint-hearted , you know , watching your sugar intake .

But hey ! You only live once ! lol

Though this ice cream of mine won't set properly , more like a slurpee pfffftttttt

Will go to the bookstore later ......

Slurpee , anyone ?! 

Recipe from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz via scoopadventures.com

1 1/2 cups / 600 grams condensed milk
1 1/2 cup / 375 ml brewed coffee
1/2 cup half and half
big pinch of finely ground dark roast coffee

* Combine all ingredients together and whisk until well combined . Chill in the fridge and churn into the ice cream maker . Transfer to the freezerproof container and freeze for about 4 hours or overnight .

14 comments:

  1. how hot is it there now, Ta? It looks very tempting bah, ice cream and coffee, yum yum!

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  2. Of course I would want some ice cream or cool drink for hot summer days. This coffee flavor scoop looks yummy!

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  3. Yummmmm! This looks amazing! I'll give it a go this weekend! Thanks for sharing

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  4. Hi Anne, pass some over. It still look sooo good, I can practically smell the coffee aroma. I slurrppp.... yum yum!

    Have a nice day. *hugs*

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  5. I own this "The perfect Scoop" book. and it a world best book. your ice cream looks very good. I will try it.

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  6. This would be so perfect on a hot summer day. It really sounds delicious. It certainly is very tempting. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  7. never mind ..soft serve ice cream is still nice! Coffee ice cream sounds so addictive and good!

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  8. I have a Ben & Jerry's ice cream recipe book but no ice cream maker LOL. When I do get one, I'd love to try making all sort of ice cream including this.

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  9. I love your recipes for ice cream. It's pushing me to get an ice cream maker of my own.
    I love the presentation! Gorgeous!

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  10. I actually prefer slurpee ice cream & with this flavor, I think I can eat those 3 cups in no time all by myself! LOL No kidding not only I'm chocolate & coffee addict but ice cream too! Yup, we only live once so can you pass those 2 cups over here, pretty please! :p heheheheh

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  11. I love eating ice cream in the half-melting-half-solid phase... I reckon yours look like in its the best texture... Yum!

    About your question: I think biscuits is quite similar to scones in some ways. They are both mix and bake kind of recipes. I think it should be ok if you wish to linking up your biscuits post with our bake-along. I will tell Joyce and Lena about this :D

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    1. Thank you , Zoe ! Will post it tomorrow ! :D

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  12. I adore coffee ice cream! Hard, soft or a slurpee...I'd love a bowlful!

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