Churnless, Eggless, Cheat, Salted Caramel Ice cream!!!





Apart from the odd icy winter day when I strangely crave ice cream (and I know I am not alone on this!), summer is the season for sure and though I've eaten a lot of  ice cream this summer, I haven't made any! Therefore without any further ado - before summer closes on us in 14 days, and because it's been a super muggy last couple of days in London, I have decided to make some icecream!!!!

Today I have made a super easy churnless, eggless, cheat Salted Caramel. It's so easy it won't take you more than 15 minutes to make!!! (not counting the freezing hours that is!)

 
Ingredients:

2 cups of (very cold) double cream
1.5 cups of cold Waitrose Seriously buttery Caramel dipping sauce (Alternatives can be Dulce de leche, which is creamy caramel sauce - or if you are in London perhaps try M&S's salted caramel sauce (though I can not vouch for it but saw it today so worth a mention!)
3 tablespoons condensed milk
1 small teaspoon sea salt (but definitely don't add any salt if you buy the salted caramel sauce!)
*You will also need a 9x5 " loaf pan and an electric mixer (either a hand mixer or a stand mixer).




What to do:

1. Mix your caramel sauce, condensed milk and salt in a large bowl and put to the side
2. Beat the cream in another bowl with your mixer. Start low for a few seconds and then on high speed until you see the stiff peaks form - this will take around 3 minutes
3. Stir about 1/4 of the whipped cream into the caramel bowl and then put the remaining whipped cream into the mixture as well. BUT do not stir. Instead slowly fold all the cream with the caramel mixture.

*Here is a really useful link to show you how to fold by Elle Kirschenbaum.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BO69KwqYVI

4.Once you are finished folding, pour the mixture into the loaf pan.
5.Cover with cling film and freeze for at least 6 hours

And there you have it!! Delicious ice cream without an ice cream machine!









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