Prepare your own ice cream by using Dr. Oetker ice powder as the basic ingredient. You can also add chocolate chips, crumbled cookies, nuts and many other ingredients to create your own unique varieties of ice cream. Be it in an ice cream cone, in a cup or a small bowl – Dr. Oetker ice powder chocolate tastes ever so chocolately and is ready before you know it. 4 portions
Ingredients: Sugar, dextrose, skimmed-milk powder, 9.0% low fat cocoa powder, glucose syrup, coconut oil, emulsifier (E 472b), 1.7% chocolate (sugar, cocoa mass, low fat cocoa powder, natural vanilla flavor), sunflower oil, MILK PROTEIN, thickener (guar gum, carrageenan ), Aroma vanillin
Preparation: 1.) Place 250ml cold milk in a mixing bowl. 2.) Add ice powder and stir briefly with a mixer at the lowest level. Then open for 3 minutes at the highest level. Refine as desired, see "Creative Ice Cream Ideas". 3.) Place the ice cream in a container suitable for freezing, cover and freeze for at least 4 hours. Leave the ice cream for about 10 minutes at room temperature before serving.
Creative ice cream ideas: 1.) Stir 150g crushed blueberries or 175g chopped sour cherries 2.) Stir in 100g crushed cookies or brownies. 3.) Stir 50g crushed After Eight®. 4.) Stir in 100g of chopped Toffifee® or chocolate. 5.) Stir 60g orange marmalade.
Best before date: 30/11/2019. A ‘Best Before’ date refers to the quality of the food. This date gives you an idea of when the food should be eaten if you want to eat it at its best quality. After the ‘Best Before’ date it is likely that the quality of the product may begin to change. It isn’t a safety issue and food can still be sold by shops beyond its ‘Best Before’ date as long as it’s still fit to eat.