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Chocolate Peppermint Crisp Ice Cream Cake

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Chocolate Peppermint Crisp Ice Cream Cake

Isn't Chocolate and Peppermint THE power couple of the dessert world? Just look at how good they look together - they were clearly just mint to be! (#sorrynotsorry) 


What you will need

Chocolate Biscuits

Mint No-Churn Ice Cream

  • 1 x 400g tin condensed milk (Make your own with my recipe here - I made mine using the Natura Sugars Golden Caster Sugar
  • Handful fresh mint leaves* (about 12g)
  • 500ml cream, whipped
  • 50g chopped peppermint crisp bar

Ice Cap Chocolate Sauce

  • 1 cup good-quality dark chocolate, chopped
  • 3 tbsp coconut oil (use unflavored if you like)

Frosted Mint Leaves

Chopped peppermint crisp, to decorate


Preheat the oven to 180 degrees celcius conventional (or 160 degrees celcius for fan-forced). Line a cookie sheet with baking paper. Cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy.  Mix in the rest of the ingredients to form a soft dough then shape into a log on a lightly floured surface, wrap in cling wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.  Once chilled, cut the dough into 1/4cm thick discs and place on the lined baking tray, leaving enough space for the cookies to spread.  Bake for 10-15 minutes or until the cookies are cooked through but still soft. Allow to cool completely. 

For the ice cream, place the condensed milk in a blender and add the mint leaves. Blend until smooth. Pour into the whipped cream and fold through gently. Lastly, fold in the chopped peppermint crisp.

Prepare 20cm springform cake tin by lining the outside with cling wrap. To assemble the ice cream cake, arrange a layer of the biscuits in the bottom of the cake tin then pour 1/2 the ice cream mix over the top, add another layer of cookies, the rest of the ice cream and finish with a final layer of cookies then place in the freezer until firm. Pour any leftover ice cream in a seperate container and freeze until firm. 

To make the frosted mint leaves, brush the leaves with a thin layer of egg white then toss in the caster sugar. Place on a cooling rack and allow to dry for 3-4 hours.  

Unmould the ice cream cake by dipping briefly in room temperature tap water then loosening the bottom. Place on a cake stand then top with scoops of the leftover ice cream, drizzle with the chocolate sauce and decorate with chopped peppermint crisp and the frosted mint leaves. 

TIP: To get a bright green colour, blanch the mint leaves in hot water briefly then refresh in ice water and drain well. 

Recipe by Katelyn Allegra

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