OBVIOUSLY ice cream is, in itself, a complete food group, and with the ever increasing range of flavours available you could almost create a balanced diet from it – kale ice cream anyone?!
To celebrate our love of icecream, we’ve put together this list of yum & fun recipes featuring Ben & Jerry’s new Moo-phoria ice cream range, which is light on fats, calories and sugar it’s now even sweeter to dig into a bowl of your favourite sweet treat at 150-160 cals per serving! Still full of swirly tasty chunks and organic milk and cream the new Moo-phoria range is made using Fairtrade certified vanilla and sugar like all Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
Check out these recipes to extend your ice cream repetoire because sometimes eating it straight from the container isn’t enough!
Caramel Cookie Sweet Potato Toast Topper
Obviously the inclusion of sweet potato (kumara) in this recipe means you could argue it is suitable as a main course. Simply cook the kumara in the toaster and then top with Caramel Cookie Fix, a vanilla light ice cream with shortbread cookies and a salted caramel swirl, and garnish with blueberries, pistachio and a drizzle of salted caramel.
Chocolate Milk & Cookies Ice Cream Bark
Bark is really on trend, and this version is perfect for a snack or an eye catching dessert. Top with your favourite fruit and nuts – this dessert bark is full of possibilities! The recipe uses Chocolate Milk & Cookies Ice Cream but sadly this hasn’t made its way to New Zealand yet but so use which ever flavour you fancy!
Layered Smoothie Pops
Layers of delight! This smoothie uses icecream, strawberry and banana in layers for special pop treat.
Written by Robyn Taylor
Robyn creates content on Kidspot NZ. Her hobbies include buying cleaning products and wondering why things don’t then clean themselves, eating cheese scones with her friends, and taking her kids to appointments.
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