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Sunday, March 24, 2013

One-step no-churn coffee ice cream

Warning !!!!

Unhealthy and sinfully delicious ice cream ahead !


Have you tried making coffee or any ice cream yet ?

No ice cream maker ? Nah , that is optional , mind you !

Too lazy to do it manually ?

Don't want to make a custard-based ice cream ?

You are HOPELESS ! 

Just go buy some or try Häagen Dazs coffee ice cream then lol

Oh , wait ! Try this recipe first ....

Yup , one-step , no-churn ice cream  , you could't get any better than this .

One of the best coffee ice cream I've ever made .....

It's lusciously smooth and enough caffeine to make an instant coffee lover ( that's me ) swoon !

I made mine two-step ( sort of ) by combining all ingredients in a large bowl and put it the fridge to chill for an hour , including the beater since it was a bit warm that day .


Recipe adapted from Nigella.com

Makes 1 liter

300 ml double cream
175 grams condensed milk
2 tablespoons instant espresso powder ( see note ) I used 4 tbsps Robert Timm's instant espresso 
2 tablespoons coffee liqueur I used Kahlúa

* Whisk / beat all ingredients together until mixture thickens and transfer into an ice cream or an airtight container . Freeze for at least 6 hours or overnight ( if it is hot in your side of the world , overnight is highly recommended )

28 comments:

  1. I have not made coffee ice cream at home, though I love the taste. May be I can try this one. Seems pretty easy, and I like to make easy and simple desserts.

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  2. Oh man, Anne! I am so gonna try this. I love coffee icecream.

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  3. ahhh Anne look absolutely wonderful and delicious I love Ice cream and coffe!!

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  4. WOW! I also need this sinfully coffee ice cream now, the weather is crazily hot here!

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  5. oh this is my dream, Tiyay! No churning needed! And of course coffee!!

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  6. WoW! That simple Ah... Anne?! Thanks for sharing this recipe:)

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  7. Looks lovely and with coffee in it, i am a sucker! Lovely clicks.

    Shobha

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  8. Love that ice cream... do send me a tub, please! Weather is horrid in Singapore these days... and we need to cool down.

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  9. Hehe Anne, your post made me laugh. You have a way with words! :D

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  10. Anne, i am finding it really hard to resist this temptation! Photos are amazing and steps sound easy :)

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  11. wow...quick yet so smooth and creamy!

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  12. Coffee ice cream is one of my absolute favorites!!! And yours looks so perfect in that lovely waffle bowl...I'd even risk getting a chill eating a bowl on this snowy day!!! YUM!

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  13. infact i hv bookmarked one of your ice cream recipes earlier and just see when i'm going to try that! you mean this is even easier? wow, i hv to bookmark it too! the waffle basket is pretty!

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  14. Yummy, yum, yum! I love coffee ice cream!! Your ice ream is so very tempting! And I love how you serve it! Absolutely mouth-watering!

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  15. ahh ice cream season already! there is hope maybe that winter won't last forever! :)

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  16. Haha Anne! I am indeed hopeless!! LOL!

    No ice maker needed?!!! Okok... I'll try this... I promise! :D

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  17. Wait! Wait! You sure your recipe makes 1 litre of ice cream? I just couldn't figure out how... check the amount of ingredients... hmmm... it expands in the fridge? :D

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    1. Alvin , lol You're going to whisk / beat the mixture ; it then becomes fluffier and no it won't expand in the fridge ;D

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    2. Nah ! The first time I've seen the recipe I told myself , maybe there's a typo in the list :D

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  18. Double cream.... Is that just heavy whipping cream? And can i use regular coffee instead of instant powder?

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    1. Yup , just whipping cream ;D You can use it , start by adding 2 tablespoon , you can either use more or less according to taste .

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  19. Hi Anne, I sure love this coffee ice cream. It's look extremely creamy and smooth. YUMMY
    Thanks for sharing this excellent recipe.

    Best regards.

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  20. My ice cream maker already sleeping too long , time to bring it out to try this recipe, hehehe..

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  21. Anne ,
    Wow! Easy as ABC!
    I must try this.
    Can I use instant coffee granules? :D
    mui

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  22. Gosh!! I love coffee especially the brand that you mentioned. Will try this out over the weekend :)

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