The Thermomix is great for creating your own gourmet line of ice creams!
After converting the Baileys Irish Cream to be made in the Thermomix it was really only up to the imagination what I could use it for! I like – oh who am I kidding – LOVE ice cream so the only logical step was to create this… 🙂
This is the finished product, but I may have had a slight taste test very early in the morning before I ran out the door on my way to work!! I’m all about quality control! 😉
This ice cream works beautifully on its own, or you could accompany it with some chocolate mud cake, a cheesecake or even some cookie dough if you like. The choices really are only up to your imagination! 🙂
- Attach butterfly in TM bowl.
- Set TM 1 min / speed 2 and while blades are moving, pour cream, vanilla and condensed milk through hole in TM lid.
- Pour in Baileys Irish Cream and mix 30 sec / speed 2.
- Pour into ThermoServer (or other container suitable for ice cream).
- Freeze overnight.
- Then enjoy...
This recipe is based on the No churn ice cream from the BBC Good Food website converted for the thermomix.
If you are using your ThermoServer, place it in freezer with the lid OFF for a couple of hours to help the ice cream freeze.
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