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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

The Best Chocolate Ice Cream You'll Ever Have

Last week, I began a new food series all about how to make killer versions of classic dishes. Well, get psyched, because Cenk from Cafe Fernando reveals how to make the best chocolate ice cream ever (without an ice-cream maker!)...

The Best Chocolate Ice Cream You'll Ever Have
By Cenk from Cafe Fernando

Ice cream is to me what water is to others. It is the source of my life. My body needs at least two scoops of ice cream everyday to function properly. At times, ice cream covers more than 70% of my tongue's surface, and at this rate, I'm afraid 60% of my body will be ice cream very soon.

My answer to the childhood question, "If you were stranded on an island, name three things..." had always been: Unlimited supply of chocolate ice cream, a giant freezer and a spoon. I still had my manners. But if you asked me now, I would ditch the spoon and be torn between almond toffee and hand-rolled cones with chocolate-filled tips. Unlimited supply of each, of course.

I want to you to know how serious I am about chocolate ice cream, because "The Best Chocolate Ice Cream You'll Ever Have" is quite a statement. I don't take this challenge lightly.

For me, the most important qualities of "the best chocolate ice cream" are creaminess and a deep, intense chocolate flavor. Most recipes will suggest a whole lot of egg yolks to achieve creaminess, but in this case a combination of cornstarch and sweetened condensed milk does a better job. By using sweetened condensed milk, you not only introduce a slight caramel undertone, but also limit the amount of water in the mix. Cornstarch absorbs and holds water. Less ice crystals and a binding agent to hold them together translates into a more creamy consistency. Cocoa powder, vanilla extract and coffee add depth, and a pinch of salt brings out new dimensions of flavor in chocolate.

And here comes the best part: You do not need an ice cream maker for this recipe. In fact, you should not use it, as the mixture is too thick for the machine to handle. You don't need any hard-to-find ingredients like liquid nitrogen, either. You simply pour it into a container, press plastic wrap against the surface to create an airtight seal and place it in the freezer. It never gets icy. In fact, this will also be "The Creamiest Chocolate Ice Cream You'll Ever Have."

Recipe: The Best Chocolate Ice Cream You'll Ever Have
Inspired by Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Britton Bauer

Makes almost a quart

You'll need:
1 can (14-ounce/400 grams) sweetened condensed milk
3/4 cup (180 grams) whole milk
3/4 cup (175 grams) heavy cream
6 ounces (170 grams) bittersweet chocolate, chopped finely
1/4 cup (25 grams) cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon instant espresso powder (or two tablespoons freshly-brewed espresso)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
A pinch of fine sea salt
5 teaspoons (12 grams) cornstarch
2 tablespoons cold water

In a heavy-bottomed large pan, whisk sweetened condensed milk, whole milk and heavy cream until combined. Set the pan over medium-high heat and bring to a boil.

Take off heat and add the finely-chopped chocolate, cocoa powder, instant espresso powder, vanilla extract and salt. Whisk until the chocolate melts and the cocoa powder is completely dissolved.

Mix cornstarch and cold water in a bowl with a fork until completely dissolved, and add to the ice cream base. Whisk until combined.

Place the pan over medium-high heat and cook, whisking constantly, scraping the sides and the bottom of the pan to prevent burning, until thickened, for 8-10 minutes.

Transfer to a heatproof bowl and set aside, uncovered, to cool for half an hour. Don't worry if a skin forms on top. When the bowl is cool enough to handle, cover with plastic wrap and chill thoroughly--preferably overnight--in the refrigerator.

Before transferring the chilled ice cream to the freezer, stir or whisk to dissolve the skin on top and scrape into a container. Cover with plastic, this time pressing the wrap against the ice cream to create an airtight seal; put the lid on (or cover with an additional layer of plastic wrap) and freeze until firm enough to scoop.
Doesn't this look mouthwateringly delicious? Would be a slam dunk for a dinner party. Thank you so much, Cenk!

P.S. Last week: How to make the best egg sandwich.

(Photos by Cenk from Cafe Fernando. Thanks to Shoko for her help with this series)

160 comments:

Jessica Di Giacomo said...

i'd like to eat it!!
jessica

jessica sandoval said...

That looks so incredibly delicious oh my GOSH.

Jessica | Vixenelle

Elisha(: said...

YUMMYY!!!!

Shanti Knight said...

wow.

genevieve said...

Why fight it. (I'm off to the grocery store.)

Maggie said...

locks mouthwatering! must try this soon :)

Diana Mieczan said...

Oh my goodness, I want some right now...hahah...How fantastic that you don't need an ice cream maker to make them. Fantastic!!! Thanks and wish you both a lovely day. xo

Nomadic D. said...

My god, this looks amazing! So happy you found Cenk also, he's a friend of the family and I'm so happy to see him churning out the good stuff like this!

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Paislea Elyse said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmm! this is wonderful!

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cecilia said...

you had me at "you don't need an ice cream maker." this looks amazing!

Lauren K said...

Yeah, I'd eat that.

Ana Degenaar said...

This really sounds like the best.

Charlotte said...

Wait, what? Ice cream without an ice cream maker? I am SO in!

Emily said...

Oookayy. I will be making this. Oh my goodness.

Lemanie said...

I wish I could the pictures! This looks like chocolate icing ice cream. I gotta try it out!!

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*** KITSCH *** said...

mmmmmmmmm
I am chocolate addicted!
It looks delicious!

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Leigh said...

OK, yum.

Meant for a Moment Designs said...

this could not look any more delicious joanne... I am just melting! thanks for the share

mary @ figwittage said...

oh. my. word. Is that a wee bowl of heaven I see?! Why, yes it is :) Too bad my kid can't have dairy, you can only substitute so much for dairy and it's NEVER the same! :) May have to make this when he's asleep...

Christina Marie said...

I love what espresso does to chocolate desserts. Can't really detect that it's there but really adds great flavor! Yumm, now you've go me wanting ice cream at 7 in the morning.

Christina
http://becauseofmadalene.blogspot.com/

Votre Amie said...

Holy. Moly. I love chocolate. I love it. Chocolate anything. Chocolate everything! And chocolate ice cream? I will devour a pint like it's nobody's business in one sitting. Making the stuff though? I am a bit dubious of my own skill, but this sounds like an activity worth trying if only to taste the best chocolate ice cream ever, once!
I am also a huge fan of dark chocolate and from that picture it looks seeeeeriously dark :) mmmm...love it!


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Alyssa said...

Wow! Definitely going to try this one!

Caley said...

mmm, wonder if you can omit the chocolate for some good old vanilla icecream? yum.

Trina said...

I love that Cenk is inspired by Jeni's! Some of the best ice cream evah.

Katie said...

You've done it again Jo! This has moved to the top of the 'recipes to try out immediately, once the chocolate cake in the fridge is gone' list.

My only question--if I make it, will that beautiful spoon appear in my kitchen?

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Karissa Jade Ferguson said...

Amazing! Will definitely try :) By the way, The Cafe Fernando links didn't work for me, not sure if it's just me or a bad link. Just wanted to let you know. I'm loving this series!

Mia said...

Looks so yummy!
Suddenly gave me a craving for icecreame!

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emily said...

OH MY GOODNESS! That looks like heaven!

Jes said...

looks so amazing! love the pictures and i might need to go find myself some chocolate ice cream at 7:30am now.
-jes
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FashionToFood said...

Hi Joanna,
Thought I'd share a KILLER chocolate cake recipe that only requires 6 ingredients and is probably the best best chocolatey dessert you'll ever have. It's dense, moist, and ooey gooey chocolatey. It's sooo easy to make. That's the bonus. Check it out:http://www.fashiontofood.com/2012/02/cakes-and-cupcakes.html

Kim O. said...

Hahha, I love this post and your proclamation of love for ice cream. Thanks for the recipe, can't wait to try it!

Natasha and Jesse said...

This looks so rich! (and delicious!)

jeanette from everton terrace said...

I'm afraid to even try it!

amynicole said...

I wish my husband liked chocolate ice cream or just chocolate in general... Just looking at the photograph is making me weak in knees and giddy like a school girl. Yum.

Nicole @ Giraffelegs said...

That sounds like a PMS dream.

Anonymous said...

I absolutely HAD to leave a comment to thank you for putting this recipe up-it sounds SO simple to make and I am good chocolate ice-deprived. :) I intend to try it asap.

I also tried out the cheese omelette recipe from a few days ago and that was awesome too!! Best of all, these meet my cravings within my student budget!!:D

-K

Artemisia said...

I am so over food blogs and pictures of food everywhere, but am really loving this series - you're fantastic at finding the awesome on an internet full of meh.

Loved last week's, will try this as soon as I'm home next week.

Thanks, Joanna!

Kendall Marie said...

yumm! i love chocolate Ice Cream! Cant wait to make this.

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Yummy! xoxo
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Emily said...

this look so good...i can't wait to try! my mouth is literally watering!

Madison said...

diet just went out the window. stove is broken, so no homemade goodness, but DQ's got my back. headed there now...at 10am.

Shelly {Quiet Luxury} said...

VERY mouthwatering!!! That looks too decadent and rich for words. The fact that you don't even need an ice cream maker is pretty cool!

xx,

Shelly

Budour said...

I want to swim in that!

Melissa@Julias Bookbag said...

Ok this looks chocolatey-er than regular chocolate!! Amazing!

I also wanted to comment on your post about weaning-related depression. Wow. Thank you Miss Joanna for such a lovely post. As someone who has struggled with anxiety and seasonal depression at times, for much of my adult life, it always always so helpful to know others have had similar experiences.

I feel like I came late to the Cup of Jo party (just this past year) but I am so glad to have found you! xo

Melissa Blake said...

My mouth is watering and it's only 10am. This can't be good.... ;)

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oh! this looks delicious! But let me tell you... there's is an small Gelatteria near Vatican City, and there is the best ice cream in the whole world.

I've lived in London, Paris, Bruges, Amsterdam, Seville, NY, Mexico D.F.,Madrid and Barcelona and nothing I've tasted in this cities compares to that ice-cream... I lived for 3 months in Rome and I gained a few pounds thanks to it!!!!

The Nutella Gelatto in there is... DELICIOUS!


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Mechelle said...

That looks so yummy. I am about to raid my pantry for some chocolate.

Sarah said...

Wow, that looks more like a gnache. Right up my ally =)

- Sarah
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Alicia said...

It looks so creamy that it appears to be frosting. Yum! I love that you don't need an ice cream maker and that the ingredients cut down on ice crystals. Ice crystal ruin everything!

Lisa Griffin said...

without an ice cream maker??? hold the phone i neeeed this!
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Abby said...

This looks simply delectable!! Yum!

Brittany Messner said...

OH DEAR LORD! The amount of excitement that just erupted inside of me is just too much to handle! I...am a chocolate FIEND! Thank you for all of your GLORIOUS ideas and creations!

xx -b.

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GLENDA CHILDERS said...

Delicious AND simple. Perfect.

Fondly,
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Devon said...

oh noooooo!!!!! i gave up sweets for Lent! :(

MelMel said...

Yikes that looks so good Jo!

mmm....ice cream....me want!xxx

Sarah Carlson said...

My mouth is watering as I comment! I'm looking forward to trying out this fantastic recipe soon! Thanks!

Elle @ nutritionella said...

I've gone 30 years without an ice cream maker and don't see myself buying one any time soon with this recipe! Can't wait to try it this weekend. Thanks!

SKC said...

This looks and sounds amazing...any chance there is a lactose-free version? [Sigh] I guess I'll just have to drool at the pictures...

Antique Engagement Rings said...

This looks amazing... Chocolate is my favorite!

Cristina Garcia said...

This might just me worth breaking my diet for... yiiiikkeesss.... *drool*

molly @thewaffler said...

Yes please!

Posh Pearl said...

Oh my gosh! This looks divine! I love chocolate....it's my ultimate weakness. I had chocolate lava cakes last night. I hope I don't get too big in my last stretch of pregnancy otherwise both me and baby will both be big together! Haha.

xx

annie said...

thnks for this link!

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Anonymous said...

So glad to see Jeni inspired this recipe! Her ice cream is life changing :) Thankfully, I live in Columbus and can have it whenever I want!

Yazmak iyidir... said...

Cenk is such an inspiration! He found his great blog, became a full time blogger and now he's writing his own cook book! Way to go, Cenk!!

M&C said...

I'm so hungry right now! :-)

Ballad of Seasons said...

so glad you found Cenk! I love his blog! His desert recipes never fail!
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Kiley Kate said...

LOVE Jeni's Ice Cream! I just moved from Columbus to Chicago and I'm going through some serious withdrawl

megan said...

wow, this might just be my favorite series of yours to date! but really i just love your whole blog :)

TASTE said...

Yes, ok, this is a must. Thank you for sharing.
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Kathleen said...

This looks ridiculously delicious. It's going immediately on my weekend to-do list.

Spencer said...

I love Chocolate Ice Cream and that certainly looks delicious!

Tara Galuska @ Glusk Designs said...

Looks amazing. I've challenged myself to baking bread this week but next week I might try this ice cream!

Alina said...

This looks delicious. I'll have to try it in March (when I take a break from going vegan).

Kathryn said...

This looks so tasty....yummmmm
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superhappyjohi said...

I make this one http://cafefernando.com/the-best-chocolate-mousse-of-your-life-under-5-minutes/ - also very goood!

Stylemindchic~heather said...

Can't wait to try this!

left on cardspond said...

love the fact that it doesn't require an ice cream maker. must have this...now!

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This one is truly delicious! I have found great and extreme chocolate ice cream from this source. It's really looking one of great experienced source about massive taste.

The Fab Miss B said...

Holy Moly. That looks transcendent.

Glutton on a Budget said...

Oh wow! That looks like a cross between a ganache and an ice cream. I MUST try this. Hope I pull it off. Thanks!

fiendbyname said...

I made this last night and today it is finally ready to eat. Problem is, it's more of a chilled fudge than it is ice cream. I can pick up chunks of it with my fingers without ice cream melting onto them. What should I do differently?

Jacquelyn {The 20 Something Society} said...

I'd like some!

Joy said...

Don't get me wrong the IC photos look awesome and it's an interesting idea not to use an IC machine....I'd be willing to try it to see how it turns out! Cenk's are great, so I'm sure this will turn out as well!

things we make said...

I have a batch of this in the freezer now...So excited to see how it turns out. Will be photographing it (and tasting!) tomorrow so I will let you know.

The Magical Christmas Wreath Company said...

That does not look good for my waistline......I'll take two please! x

Paul

Anonymous said...

I made this yesterday and had the same problem as fiendbyname. As far as a frozen fudge or ganache-type thing goes, it's okay, but there was nothing "ice cream" at all about it. I made precise measurements (by weight) and followed the instructions to the letter. Not sure what I should have done differently ...

Shannon said...

I also made this last night (too good looking to pass up!) and it came out fudge-like and does not melt or give. I followed the recipe precisely, and can only guess that maybe cooking the base for 8 minutes was a bit too long? The good news is it tastes wonderful...

Ridgely's Radar said...

Looks deadly!

Anonymous said...

i made this yesterday as well and had the same problem as everybody else....it tastes delicious! but it's more like a fudgy consistency. how do you make it more like ice cream??

Sara said...

This looks wonderful, so incredibly rich! Almost looks like chocolate frosting, wow! :)

Megan said...

Oh man, this looks like perfection. I'm totally making that egg sandwich for lunch today by the way. Can't wait to see more food!

things we make said...

Hi Jo, great blog and I love this post! That gooey choccy photo really sold it to me.
I made the ice cream this week and it was good. I think I need to reduce the cooking time and the cornflour though as it was uber fudgy! http://thingswemake.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/my-first-ice-cream/

Wendy said...

Agree with the fudgy comments. It was not ice cream. Mine tasted like truffles - a little goes a long way. I would not make this again.

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Susi Sonnenschein said...

I'll have to try it soon, I don't care how it tastes, my son will eat it anyway, but it LOOKS so delicious

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Red Penny said...

Made a batch this weekend, and it did not turn out as ice-creamy as i wanted. more like super thick, super rich chocolate pudding.
don't know if cooking the mixture for less time would help?
still delish, though-- we added some mashed raspberries to offset the intensity of the chocolate.

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After reading this I have to ask someone to try this for me.I just love chocolate.Its chocolatey

Brittany - A BIT OF BEES KNEES said...

This looks WONDERFUL! P.S. Where can I get that spoon!? It's SO pretty!

Elga B said...

I was dreaaming of this since last week and just cooked it today.. Unfortunately I will have to wait until it's freezing to tell you how did it work for me. So anxious! In Brazil we don't have "heavy milk" so I used milk with extra butter, hope it doesn't change much. This recipe is closely related to our simplest dessert recipe, by the way, "brigadeiro"... maybe you should try it someday...

things we make said...

I made it again...with revised cooking times and quantities to suit UK ingredients (and my pernickety taste) it turned out much better this time. http://thingswemake.wordpress.com/2012/03/03/mocha-fudge-ice-cream/

Thanks for the inspiration. I would never have dreamed up this recipe on my own.

Claire at Thingswemake

Anonymous said...

I made this last night, I must have done something wrong, it tasted amazing but it turned out more like fudge, I let some sit in a bowl when done and it never melted just got soft.

Anonymous said...

Oh MAN. That looks delicious. Looking at the recipe, though, it looks like a frozen rich chocolate pudding. Accurate? (Not that there would be anything wrong with that... that sounds insanely delicious... but it might account for it not fully melting for the previous poster, just softening. The sweetened condensed mixture may also have cooked too long.)

Anonymous said...

Made this today.....definitely not ice cream, more like the consistency of truffles. Very rich, but it does not melt like ice cream should!

TangerineGirl said...

This picture is mesmerizing I was going to make it right now but no heavy cream so I'm on my way to the store one thing cornstarch shouldn't take 8 minutes to do its thing especially the amount used and I'm going to use semi sweet chocolate bittersweet is to much I can't wait to make it!

Holly Dart said...

mmmm....mine is cooling right now. Should I even freeze this? it's the richest chocolate pudding I've ever had and it's DELICIOUS!

Like TangerineGirl thought, it didn't take near 8 mins to thicken. Maybe 3 mins? And it even started to burn on the edge! luckily most of the burny clumps are not in the pudding.

Thanks for this recipe!!

Lee said...

made this for a dinner party and, like everyone else who tried it, i was disappointed at how un-ice-cream-like the finished product is. it's tacky and gummy, like very cold frosting. interesting but still a major bummer!

lilac&love said...

I just put it in the fridge, it tastes so good, i kept trying it throughout the process of making it although i did whisk it on the stove for too long, This was also very simple to make and i had everything already at home.

Anonymous said...

I hope this tastes as good as it looks because it appears to be amazingly awesome!
Can't wait to make...thank you!

l.vanderkirk said...

Some may not have enjoyed this, but I thought it was heavenly! This coming from an ice-cream consumer much like yourself! So rich and creamy...I found your post when I followed a link from one you inspired at Sugar Rush. Thanks for sharing!

Milk and Honey said...

I just made this and I think I'm in love!

http://milk-and.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/incredible-chocolate-ice-cream.html

Jesse Joy said...

This is great. Definitely gonna try this out myself.

maria said...

Wow! It looks delicious and yummy.
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Sydney said...

i just got done making the base - super easy and it tasted delicious :D!

waiting for it to set up in the fridge, then freezer (having to wait is killing me)

i didn't have coco powder so i used some Spicy Trader Joe's Hot Chocolate
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(^)

yum yum & thank you so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

nice idea.. thanks for sharing.

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Yummy.
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Miami Beach Hotels said...

Yummy.
It looks awesome.
And I would love to eat this.

Fresh Local and Best said...

This sounds awesome! I can't wait to try it!

Lucy Hill said...

Yummy! Thanks for sharing your recipe...now I've got something new this weekend! :)
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Jelena B said...

I made this last night and it turned out like fudge, not ice-cream at all. A super tasty fudge, but no ice-cream for sure. I am sure it's because of cooking the base too long, and I didn't even cook it for the 8-10 minutes that the recipe calls for, I only cooked it for 5!!! All out of sweetened condensed milk now, so when I get more I will attempt this again and only cook the base for 2-3 minutes.

Sara said...

Wow, this looks so good, almost like chocolate frosting! YUM!

Lynda Bay said...

It is so chocolate! SO much heaven! I love it! :)

Elizabeth Jaime said...

Yeah just made this and its more like a fudge. 8-10 minutes of cooking the base is WAY too long. I think like two minutes would have been better. Super bummed because I have a bunch of guests arriving soon :( But I will try again!!!

mr food lover said...

mmmmm...loooks so yummy. Thanks for the recipe!

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unBELLElivable said...

pinterest brought me here and i've pinned this recipe too months ago...my guilty pleasure...thanks for sharing!

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Shannon P said...

This was amazing. Seriously the best chocolate ice cream I've ever had. Thanks for the post!

Clover said...

OMG! This is porn to me. Sweet sweet porn ;) Once I found this, I had to make it but I didn't have any cream so I just used milk and some old lindt dark chocolate, and it came out so well (and this was my first ever time making ice cream). Between my sister and I, we finished it in two days. Thank YOU!
p.s i'm making another batch today with some old godiva ;)

Bcwuzere said...

Hello!

I tried your recipe yesterday and it turned out amazing! I substituted some 3/4 can of Dulce de Leche diluted in several spoons of hot milk and also the heavy cream with milk and butter. Thank you so much for sharing this :)

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I think this is amazing! I've been looking into ice cream machines and would love to get one that makes it like this.

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Kari Lindsay said...

This looks like the richest, chocolatiest ice cream ever!

jaredwinterton said...

I was on a diet but then I saw your page. My friends and I are going to go get an ice cream machine later and make up some delicious home made vanilla.

Towhid said...

I thinks its a fentastic job!Reaaaaaaally its a good idea.Its looks like amazing.

Sean Radcliffe said...

Here's another experience making fudge-y pudding! Added whipped cream on top. Tasted very chocoolatey and rich, but by no means ice cream.

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My mouth was filled with water after seeing this delicious recipe. Keep sharing and thanks a lot for sharing.

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That looks amazing! They should serve this in ice cream machines.

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I love ice cream too! I have some friends that want to go in with me on an ice cream machine. They love it just like I do.

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