Ice-cream Slice

Ice-cream Slice!

An oldie but a goodie! I have no idea where this originated, so definitely not taking credit for the idea, merely sharing how I make mine as there are a bucket load of different ways to do it.

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I’ve used Crunchie bars for this batch, but in the past I’ve used Cherry Ripe, Snickers and Aero. Peppermint Crisp’s work well too,┬ájust use your favourite chocolate bars.

This slice is best made 24 hours prior to wanting to serve as the biscuits soften and become more like traditional ice-cream sandwiches. I cut it up and store in an airtight container in the freezer for a week for dessert. I generally only make it at Christmas time, but Crunchies are half price at Woolies so why not.

Ingredients –
2 packets of Arnott’s Malt O Milk biscuits
3 50g Crunchie bars
600ml of thickened cream
1 395g can of Nestle sweetened condensed milk
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
Optional – 1 heaped tablespoon of Milo

 

Method –
Lay a sheet of baking paper or glad wrap inside a large baking dish so it over hangs the dish. Lay 20 biscuits with the print facing down to create the base.

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In a large bowl, add the cream, sweetened condensed milk and vanilla and using a hand mixer, whip until thick.
Give the Crunchie bars a good wack with a rolling pin and add to the cream mixture along with a tablespoon of milo and gently fold through.

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Pour on top of the biscuits smoothing over with a spatula and top with another 20 biscuits print facing up. Glad wrap and freeze.

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Slice and enjoy the creamy goodness.

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Mandy
Xxx

 

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