Marshmallow chocolate ice cream
Marshmallows might well be THE best suited candy for ice cream making there is! This delicious and easy-to-make recipe is destined to seduce the young and the older alike! Since the recipe works as a kind of base-recipe, this chocolate version can easily be made with marshmallows-only, or with other possible flavours you might fancy!
  • 230 gram marshmallows (possibly the plain and white ones for a "pure" flavour ;-) )
  • about 75-100 gram dark chocolate of good quality (I used 70% Nicaraguan quality chocolate); NOTE that the amount depends on the degree of chocolate-dominance you desire. If you'd prefer a pure, no-chocolate at all-version of the ice cream, you could of course also omit the chocolate completely!
  • 200 ml (about 0.85 cup) whole milk
  • 400 ml (about 1.7 cups) cream
  • (optional) about 1-2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  1. Put the milk in a saucepan and add the marshmallows.
  2. (If going for the chocolate-version:) Chop up the chocolate in pieces, and add them to the mix.
  3. Add the vanilla extract.
  4. On low heat, ensure that the chocolate and the marshmallows melts into the milk. Let cool down.
  5. Whisk the cream stiff and blend it into the (now) cold chocolate/marshmallow milk mix.
  6. Freeze in your ice cream machine, or still-freeze using only your freezer.
  7. Enjoy!