Mars Bar Ice Cream Recipe – Mars Ice Cream Bar is a rich and delicious dessert inspired by the famous candy bar. Mars bars are slowly melted into the cream and then mixed with the eggs. Frozen to firm, this delicious ice cream is perfect for an occasional treat – give it a try!
First, melt Mars® Bars (5) in a heatproof bowl suspended over a saucepan of nearly boiling water. Add half of the whipping cream (2 1/2 cups). Stir occasionally.
Mars Bar Ice Cream Recipe
When the molds are completely melted and mixed with the cream, turn off the heat, carefully remove the bowl from the saucepan and leave to cool for 10 – 15 minutes.
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Separate the eggs (3) and beat the whites until they reach stiff peaks and beat the yolks into the now cooled but still warm chocolate cream. Add the other half of the whipping cream. Gently add egg white.
Pour the mixture into an old ice cream container, put the lid on, and let it freeze for 6 to 8 hours.
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Disclaimer: All information and tools provided and written on this site are for informational purposes only. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, please consult your physician or other health professional. This is the second part of the Ice Cream Challenge! Before the weekend, I started making a malted milk custard base for my first homemade ice cream challenge for Kavey’s Bloggers Scream for Ice Cream! I’m just in time because today is the last day to post entries, but I think I can do it! The good news is – it worked!
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Quick recap – I’ve learned that to make custard ice cream you first have to make a very simple custard, using egg yolks, sugar, double cream and milk. For more flavor, I used vanilla sugar and 50g horlicks, or malted milk powder.
I followed the instructions for Malt Chocolate Ice Cream on the BBC. Good food here – I did not use melted chocolate or Irish cream liqueur. After having a cup with some seasonal rhubarb, I put the rest in a metal loaf pan and in the freezer.
Since I don’t own an ice cream maker, I used a method that uses a spoon to stir every 30 minutes. It came together really well – no major disasters!
Then I read Laura’s post about Ginger C’Rum Ice Cream and she suggested mixing it with a fork after the first 30 minutes and then every 30 minutes for at least 3 hours.
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I also read that you can actually use an electric beater to mix the ice cream once the ice crystals start forming so I’ll try that next time.
David Lebovitz also wrote a great post on How to Make Ice Cream Without a Machine and by the way, James left a comment to say he’s tried salted milk ice cream from David’s The Perfect Scoop – so if you have it, you can just follow David’s recipe and directions exactly – it’s On my wish list!
All that’s left is to make an appropriately quick and easy sauce, so two Mars plates and some double cream are out. To make the sauce, actually chop up the Mars bars (I had about 170g), put them in a bowl over a pot of simmering water (Bain Marie method) and stir until dissolved and add 1-2 tablespoons of double cream and then 1-2 tablespoons of Whole milk if it is too thick. There will be some lumps as the caramel melts, but you can use a whisk to smooth it out. You can also make Mars sauce in the microwave, just keep stirring every 30 seconds until fully blended and melted.
My little son had a fever yesterday and was also home from school. guess what? He managed to eat ice cream!
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I looked in shock at the ice cream in the freezer that I would have served my son if I hadn’t made it. It’s a popular British brand, bought from the supermarket called “Classic Cornish Vanilla Ice Cream” – mind you, the box says “Simply 100% Dairy Ice Cream with Real Cornish Cream”.
Here are the ingredients in store to buy ice cream – “Reconstituted Skimmed Milk, Water, Sugar, Fructose Glucose Syrup, Cornish Cream, Whey Solids, Glucose Syrup, Butter Oil, Emulsifier (Mono- and Di-fatty Acids) and Vanilla Extract Stabilizers (gum bean, guar gum, carrageenan), color (mixed carotenoids), flavoring agents.”
Thanks to Kefi for hosting this challenge – not only did I learn a new skill, but I gained a lot of new knowledge in the process!
Ren Behan is a British-born Polish food writer. She is the mother of three young children (13, 10 and 5) and spends a lot of time with them in the kitchen. Ren writes about seasonal, family-friendly food on her blog. She also contributes recipes and articles to online and print food publications, such as Food52.com, GreatBritishChefs.com, Huff Post Food, and JamieOliver.com. She holds a Diploma with Honors in Food Journalism and completed a Food Design course at The Leith School of Food and Wine.
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Rye’s cookbook, Wild Honey and Rye: Modern Polish Recipes, is based on her Polish heritage and frequent trips to Poland. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ll know that one of my favorites is recreating vegan versions of our beloved childhood treats. If you don’t know my recipes for Vegetable Kinder Bueno – Vegetable Kinder Délice – Vegetable Twix Bars – Snickers Bites or Vegetable Kinder Maxi King, you should check them out ASAP! These delicious vegan ice cream bars are no exception!
For an original result, I used vegan milk chocolate to cover the plates! My favorite is the classic rice milk chocolate from my friends at iChoc
If you’re not familiar with iChoc – boy, you missed it! It’s my favorite vegan chocolate brand and I’m obsessed with its sheer variety of flavors. They make all chocolate with rice milk and also support organic ingredients, eco-friendly packaging, and fair wages for suppliers in producing ethical chocolate that goes beyond mere vegan! How cool is this?
Their chocolates are now available in most of Europe, Canada, Australia and many other countries, but for your nearest supplier near you, be sure to contact them on Facebook or Instagram!
Mars Bar Slice
If you decide to try cutting marshmallow (ice cream), let me know! Leave a comment and rate it – it is very useful for me and other readers. And don’t forget to take a picture and put a sign (@) and # on Instagram! I’d love to see what you come up with. Love and enjoy! ♥
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Ice cream and lots of kids at a birthday party go hand in hand. After all the musical chairs, musical figurines, and running around on a hot summer’s day, you can savor the sweet treat of ice cream.
It was my daughter Esme’s 8th birthday a few weeks ago and we had a little cake cutting party for her. This year we wanted something small and a little less stressful. The tiring thing was wishful thinking on my part. Originally, I was going to serve store-bought ice cream at the party, then thought why not make some whipped ice cream, with little bits of marshmallows. If you’ve never made any ice cream before, you’re ready to enjoy. There is so much to love about this ice cream!! It is easy and hassle free and the best part is that no fancy tool is required.
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