No-churn Banoffee Ice Cream - The Sweet Rebellion
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No-churn Banoffee Ice Cream

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It’s no secret that I love Banoffee Pie! The simple combination of bananas, caramel, whipped cream and crunchy biscuits is a classic that I never get bored of. A recent Instagram poll confirmed that just like me, many of you also love this combo, especially on waffles! This got me thinking what a great ice cream flavour it would make. Using the same ingredients as Banoffee Pie (except for melted butter), I was able to make this easy no-churn Banoffee Ice Cream.

I like to freeze my ice cream container before-hand, and also have my cream and caramel very cold before I start mixing. This helps the ice cream to freeze quicker resulting in a smooth, creamy final product with no ice crystals!

Ingredients:

1 x 360g tin Caramel Treat
500ml cream
2 bananas
6 digestive biscuits

Extra whipped cream, bananas and biscuits for serving

Directions:

  • Place the Caramel Treat into a large bowl and beat with an electric mixer until smooth.
  • Add half the cream and whip until soft peaks start forming. Add the remaining cream and continue whipping until the mixture is thick and you have stiff peaks.
  • Slice the bananas and roughly crumble the biscuits. Spoon about half of the caramel mixture into a large airtight container. Swirl through half the bananas and biscuits. Repeat with the remaining bananas and biscuits.
  • Freeze for at least 4 hours. To serve, scoop into bowls or sundae glasses and decorate with whipped cream, bananas and crumbled biscuits.

 


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