S'mores Ice Cream - In The Kitchen With Kate
How to Make S'more Ice Cream
Looking for a new twist to your ice cream? S'more ice cream will do the trick. It's cold, creamy texture blended in with dark chocolate pieces, sweet marshmallows, and graham cracker pieces will make you devour this ice cream in minutes.
2 cups whole milk
1½ cups whipping cream
1½ cups granulated sugar
Pinch of salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
12 large marshmallows
6 large graham crackers, broken into small pieces
1 large dark chocolate bar, broken into pieces
Mix whipping cream.In a mixing bowl, mix the milk, sugar, salt, vanilla extract, and whipping cream using a whisk.
- It will usually take about 5 minutes. Mix until the ingredients are combined well and slightly stiff.
- To mix the ingredients faster, consider using an electric/hand blender.
Add the creamed mixture to the ice cream machine.Pour the creamed mixture into your ice cream machine. Follow your ice cream machine's instructions to make the ice cream.
- All ice cream machine's vary. Ensure you read the instructions and warnings carefully
Toast the marshmallows.Spread the marshmallows on a baking tray to prepare for toasting. Broil the marshmallows for 3 minutes, keeping a close eye so they do not melt. The marshmallows should be light brown and toasted once broiled.
- If you're having troubles, try placing your oven light on so you can watch the marshmallows change color and toast in the oven.
- When the marshmallows have toasted, leave them to cool for 5 minutes.
Add the graham crackers and chocolate pieces to the ice cream.As the marshmallows cool, go back to your ice cream. Add the graham cracker and chocolate pieces.
Add the marshmallows.Tear the marshmallows into pieces and add them into the ice cream. Tear all 12 marshmallows and toss them into the ice cream machine.
- You can also try using a knife to slice them in to pieces.
Make the ice cream.Again, follow your ice cream machine's instructions and steps to make the ice cream.
- Usually there would be a manual included with the machine. The box may also have instructions.
Freeze the s'more ice cream.In a large container, pour all the s'more ice cream and close tightly with a lid. Freeze for about an hour or so for a cold, creamy taste. When you are ready to eat, remove the ice cream from the fridge. Have it slightly melt (if hard and solid) on a counter or cooking space.
Serve and enjoy.Scoop the ice cream into a serving bowl. Drizzle melted chocolate or syrup over the ice cream and add extra marshmallows or graham cracker pieces for a sweet taste.
QuestionHow do I store it, or how long does it last?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou store the ice cream in the freezer under minus five degrees. It will usually last for about a year.Thanks!
- A Hershey's bar is recommended for this ice cream recipe.
- Ensure you do roast the marshmallows. Do not skip this step. The roasted flavor adds into this recipe and makes it taste delicious.
- If you are having trouble tearing the marshmallows, consider using mini marshmallows since you will not have to tear them at all.
- You can also eat your s'more ice cream right away after you make it but do note it will not taste cold and not as creamy.
- Ensure your graham crackers are not crumbled up into crumbs, but into pieces so you are able to taste them.
- When you place your oven on broil, food speeds up and burns quickly, especially marshmallows. Keep a close eye on them while they are toasting. Avoid stepping away from the kitchen if possible and keep the oven light on.
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