27 Jan 2018

Fruit Cake Ice Cream

This past Christmas did not go well for my family. My mother in law passed away and we did not celebrate Christmas and the fruit cake that I had made a week earlier was left in the fridge. I gave away a lot of cake and with the left over I made this ice cream.

Fruit Cake Ice Cream

This ice cream is so delicious and rich with all the nuts and dried fruits. We go to an ice cream parlour near our house where they mix our favourite ice cream with chocolate cake and we all love having that ice cream, this fruit cake ice cream tasted similar to that except this was more tasty and lip smacking with all the fruits and nuts added to it!

Fruit Cake Ice Cream

Preparation time 10 mins | Setting time 8 hours | Makes 1.5 L

  • Fruit cake - 2 cups packed
  • Whipping cream - 250 ml (I used tropolite)
  • Fresh cream - 250 ml (I used amul)
  • Condensed milk - 3/4 tin (or to taste)
  • Vanilla - 1 tsp
Fruit Cake Ice Cream

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Fruit Cake Ice Cream

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1. Crumble the cake and set aside.
2. Take the whipping cream in a steel bowl and add the vanilla extract.

3. Beat on high for about 7 minutes until stiff peaks form.
4. Add the fresh cream and beat again for 2 minutes.

5. Add the condensed milk and beat again.
6. Add the crumbled fruit cake and make well with a spatula.

7. Transfer to a freezer safe box and cling wrap.
8. Freeze for 6-8 hours and the enjoy!!

Fruit Cake Ice Cream

1. I used non dairy whipping cream, if you're using dairy heavy whipping cream, use 2 cups of the cream and 1 whole tin of condensed milk. No need to add the fresh cream.
2. You can add less than 2 cups of fruit cake too.

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