Homemade After Eight ice cream

homemade After Eight ice cream

After Eight ice cream made with skimmed milk

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So I made this After Eight ice cream yesterday 😛 And let me just say… It was gooood! 😀

Anyway, enough chit-chat, here’s the recipe 😉

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Homemade After Eight ice cream

1 can of sweetened condensed milk (400 g – I used Nestle wich is 397 g pr. can)
½ liter cream
100 g of After Eight thin mints
2 vanilla beans

  1. Mix condensed milk with vanilla seeds scraped from the pods.
  2. Whip the cream.
  3. Chop the After Eight mints into pieces the size you want and mix with the condensed milk.
  4. Now carefully mix in the whipped cream.
  5. Put in a container and freeze.

Voilà!

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Stirring the ice cream isn’t necessary as the condensed milk will keep the ice cream from crystallizing.

I tried this recipe with skimmed milk instead of the cream and it definitely tastes just as good although the milk causes the ice cream to crystallize a bit. When using milk instead of cream, the color of the ice cream is more yellowish (see picture above).

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After Eight

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After Eight

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I hope you’ll like it 🙂

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XOXO
Frida

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Keywords:
After Eight, ice cream, recipe, dessert, thin mints, condensed milk

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