How to Cook Yummy Mint chocolate chip ice cream
Mint chocolate chip ice cream. Followed the steps to the best minty chocolate chip ice cream. I improvised and used chocolate morsels and chopped up finely. Mint chip ice cream is hands down my faaaaaavorite ice cream, so I was excited to try this!
So, I heard it's ice cream week. Fun fact: mint chip ice cream is referred to as peppermint bon bon in certain parts. Mint chocolate chip is an ice cream flavor composed of mint ice cream with small chocolate chips. You can have Mint chocolate chip ice cream using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Mint chocolate chip ice cream
- You need of ice cream.
- You need 14 oz of Can of sweetened condensed milk.
- You need 1 cup of Heavy whipping cream.
- You need 1 cup of (or more) Chocolate of your choice.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of - 1 1/2 tbs of peppermint extract.
In some cases the liqueur crème de menthe is used to provide the mint flavor, but in most cases peppermint or spearmint flavoring is used. Make Chocolate Mint Chip Ice Cream in fast, with simple ingredients! Perfect topped on a warm brownie or as an ice cream sundae with whipped cream, chocolate syrup and a cherry on top! This mint chip ice cream recipe is definitely going to stay in my recipe book.
Mint chocolate chip ice cream step by step
- First chill your condensed milk, heavy whipping cream, whisk attachment, and bowl..
- Beat your whipping cream until soft peaks. Beat for another minute and add in your condensed milk and peppermint extract..
- Finally chop your chocolate and add into the ice cream..
- Freeze for at least 3 hours before serving..
It is amazing, to say the least. The chocolate and mint combination is a classic and this ice cream proves just how well the two ingredients were meant to be together. You just can't go wrong with an ice cream recipe like this. For a mint ice cream, you can go the route of steeping real mint leaves in the cream, or you can use mint extract. I'm sure the steeping option is a great method and all, but it takes quite a bit of mint and an extra hour of steeping time.