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Coffee Ice Cream (or any other flavour you can dream of!)



1 litre(s)


  • 600ml pure cream
  • 395 g tin of condensed milk
  • 15 g instant coffee
  • Boiling water, minimal amount

Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Dissolve instant coffee in a very small amount of boiling water.

    2. Add all ingredients to bowl.

    3. Mix for 2 min/spd 4-5. Don't over-mix!

    4. Pour/scrape into container with lid.

    5. Freeze for at least 6 hours (overnight is best).

    6. Enjoy!


Accessories you need



You are only limited by your imagination for flavour variations...

Fresh raspberries

Fresh mangoes

Grated chocolate


Any yummy liqueur: Bailey's, Tia Maria, limoncello, butterscotch schnapps, Cointreau

Just go for it - and please post any successes below!

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  • Yum! This was delicious and

    Submitted by DancingEmber on 29. March 2016 - 20:46.

    Yum! This was delicious and so simple. I doubled the coffee (I like it strong) and used a mix of pure cream and double cream as that's what I had in the fridge. It was perfect, thanks so much for sharing


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  • Hi tonnik - I'm really

    Submitted by swindas on 10. March 2016 - 19:02.

    Hi tonnik - I'm really disappointed this didn't work for you!  A year ago!!!  (Apologies, I haven't made it for ages).  I have not made half, and I always use pure cream.  BION some pure cream is purer than other pure cream - check the ingredient list tmrc_emoticons.D I note I said to not over mix, so I'm thinking that may be why - it separates when mixed too much?  I have borrowed the concept from Nigella Lawson,  Please do try it again, as it is sooooo good! S  Cooking 2

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  • well this turned out

    Submitted by tonnik on 26. March 2015 - 17:38.

    well this turned out terrible, it separated, was I supposed to use the butterfly to mix it properly,mor thickened cream rather than pure cream, what a waste of expensive cream!

    I halved the ingredients but still followed the mixing speed and time as per instructions, it didn't turn out at all, I'm very disappointed, do you have a suggestion as to what I may have done wrong, it was very lumpy and separated. Thanks for any advice. 

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  • This was fantastic and SO

    Submitted by luvlee on 26. November 2014 - 09:23.

    This was fantastic and SO EASY. A true ice cream shop consistency and flavour. I can't wait to make another flavour with some yummy bits of chocolate inside. Thank you for sharing!

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  • Hi Just made your icecream..I

    Submitted by breezer1955 on 13. September 2014 - 16:32.

    Hi Just made your icecream..I put raw cacoa and Frangelico...so yummy..thank you

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