Once you try this out, i doubt if you’d buy any packaged ice cream especially when you can simply make this at home. The best part is, you don’t need an ice cream maker to help with the mixing and churning process. Besides, not everyone has an ice cream maker except those who need it for professional uses. For this, all you’d need is a mixer and the ingredients. Now lets get to it but first, Just remember, you saw it here first …*Wink*
Pure Bliss Ice Cream has got me hooked…for real. I’m a huge fan of pure bliss biscuits but never did i imagine i had stumbled on a gold mine when i put crushed chunks of pure bliss in the ice cream. The rich cocoa flavor of the biscuit and the creaminess of the ice cream adds a nice dept to this dessert.
Step 1: The first step is to pour the cream into a mixing bowl and whisk till you notice semi stiff peaks form.
Step 2: Gently add the condensed milk into the cream and keep whisking till everything is well combined.
Step 3: Crush the pure bliss biscuit and pour into the cream and milk mixture then gently fold in.
Step 4: Pour the mixture into the freezer safe bowl or pan you intend using then top with extra crushed pure bliss biscuit. Cover the pan with a lid or foil then place in the freezer.
Freeze the ice cream for at least 6hrs or overnight. Enjoy!
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