Homemade: Cookies & Cream Ice Cream Slice


Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Slice.

Say it slowly. Reaallllllll sloowwwww.

Is your mouth watering? Salivating for a round slice of this utterly decadent dessert?

This is one of the easiest dessert recipes in my collection. Kids love it. Adults love it. It only takes 10 minutes. No baking. No blending. Just whipping and freezing baby.



1 x 375g can condensed milk (I probably only use 3/4 so the mixture isn’t too sweet)
1 x 600ml thickened cream
1 x Arnotts Choc Ripple biscuits



1. Line a shallow slice tray with baking paper.
2. Place a layer of biscuits (10-12 biscuits) on top of the baking paper.
3. Place the thickened cream into a bowl and whip away! Or just cheat and use electric beaters. 
4. Fold through the condensed milk. Place 10-12 biscuits in a ziplock bag and grab a rolling pin. This is my fav bit – smash the biscuits up, let out some anger and add the chocolate pieces to the mixture.
5. Dip your finger into the bowl and have a lick. Delicious!
6. Pour the mixture on top of the biscuits and gently add a final top layer of 10-12 biscuits.
7. Cover in cling wrap and pop it in the freezer to set. 


After a few hours in the freezer (4-6 hours), the ice cream slice will be set and ready to cut and serve. Feel free to be selfish – you don’t have to share your ice cream slice with anybody. Hide it away in the back of the freezer and secretly grab a slice when no body is looking.


* Don’t like chocolate? Grab some Malt biscuits or Milk Coffee.
* Peppermint Crisp, Crunchie and Violet Crumble work well in the mixture instead of Choc Ripple.
* Or skip the chocolate bar pieces and add some frozen raspberries, blueberries & mint to the mixture!
* You can add a few drops of food colouring to enhance the appearance.
* Add less condensed milk if you’re not fond of super sweet desserts.



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You’re welcome dessert lovers!





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