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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • mtgnnrmtgnnr Forumite
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    ........must try this but will have to wait until tomorrow - no granulated sugar. My Mum loves crunchie so I'll let her try it first   ::)     and it sounds delicious crumbled into icecream.
    I've just realised it's something else to dip into melted chocolate - that's what crunchie is after all. :D

    I think you are coming obsessed with this chocolate dippping thing ;) its lucky it isn't a recipe for chicken nuggets ;D
  • Chris25Chris25 Forumite
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    Urghhhh, that could be just the thing to cure my addiction to chocolate ;)
  • 1601199616011996 Forumite
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    when i was pregnant with my second one i liked battered onion rings smoothered with chocolate spread. and branston and choc spread butties, had to be white bread though. yummy.
  • mink35mink35 Forumite
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    Right, need help.

    I'm normally pretty good at the cooking lark but can't get this at all!! ;D

    First batch - whacked up the heat but it burnt after about 3 mins so tasted disgusting.

    Second batch - kept the heat lower but still boiled it for about 6 mins, added bicarb and it spluttered rather than fizzed!

    So what do I need to get it fizzing?
    Mink
  • cathy_3cathy_3 Forumite
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    mine went solid as a rock and wet on top   sticky and almost unable to get it out of the tin

    whaaah

    ice cream is easy if you have an ice cream maker
    if not there is quite a bit of whisking to do at various stages.

    the vanilla one Ive always used is

    teaspoon of vanilla essence, and mix with it 1/2 pound of sugar. Rub it through a hair sieve, and add 1/2 pint of milk and the yolks of 2 eggs.

    Simmer the mixture over a low temp  for ten minutes, stirring briskly all the time.

    When cool, add 1 pint of cream and a small pinch of salt.  pour into a jelly mould or in an old ice cream container  and freeze,  if you want you can take it out after an hour and give it another whisk. then freeze again

    its loverrly

    chocolate ice cream

    2 pints single cream
    8 0z  sugar
    tiny pinch of salt  
    2 oz of made up cocoa  or 2oz chocolate plain if poss
    1 tablespoon vanilla  ess

    dilute cocoa with hot water ,or melt the chocolate with a bit of hot water to pour easily, add to cream; then add sugar, salt, and flavoring,  whisk well and freeze.
  • 1601199616011996 Forumite
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    bumped to go with cold pud thread ;D
  • jaybeejaybee Forumite
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    Oooooh - I love this but never had a recipe! Can't wait to do it :-*
  • 1601199616011996 Forumite
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    having it after tonights tea, will let you k ow.
    Oooooh - I love this but never had a recipe! Can't wait to do it  :-*

    glad i bumped it then. ;D is supposed to be lovely crumbled in ice cream. :o having it after tonights tea, will let you k ow.[
  • Pink.Pink. Forumite
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    I tried this and failed. :(

    honeycomb stuck fast to tin........allowed kids to get what they could out with a knife, then threw the remainder (along with the tin) away.

    Not sure what I did wrong, but it's something my children will always remember!

    Pink
  • 1601199616011996 Forumite
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    had some last night with my nilly ice cream, was delish, thanks to whoever recommended it. clean for got now. !!!!!!. ;D but thanks anyways.
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