I cheated with this ice cream. I did. Didn’t have time to make home-made but wanted something special and different. You can really be creative at home with mix ins and ice cream. Use your mixer to help you incorporate the extras. I loved loved loved this treat. Not too much coffee flavor since I swirled it with vanilla – and the addition of left over brownie edges and drizzled milk chocolate crackle was just delightful. Truly. Friends raved but really it was probably me who liked it the most. Well, and Sylvie too! Add a few caramalized bananas and some freshly whipped cream and this would be heaven in a bowl. Enjoy -
coffee brownie crackle swirl ice cream:
one pint vanilla ice cream
one pint coffee ice cream
brownie bits (homemade is preferable)
1 cup chopped milk chocolate, melted – more or less depending on your taste.
Other ideas include: Oreos, reverse Oreos, Girl Scouts mint cookies, peanut butter cookies, peanut butter, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate chips, graham cracker chunks, grape nuts, raisins, Reeses, m&m’s…I can go on. Just have fun.
Melt the chocolate in a metal bowl placed over an inch of simmering water. Melt and let cool a bit.
Soften ice cream – leave out at room temp or the fridge for a bit. Place ice cream in mixer with paddle attachment. On the lowest speed, soften the ice cream even further. Add the brownie bits or whatever you are mixing in and gently incorporate.
Remove from mixer. As you scoop ice cream into the container, drizzle the melted chocolate on top. Layer by layer add more drizzles and at the end fold a bit to incorporate all the chocolate. Sooo good!
other dessert recipes you might like:
- freshly whipped cream
- peppermint stick ice cream
- nutella fudge mini-cupcakes
- chocolate covered Peeps
- newest treat