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how to jazz up a homemade vanilla ice cream custard

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Icecreamdiva Tue 11-Feb-20 21:06:41

I’ve made a rich vanilla custard (egg yolks, cream, sugar, vanilla) to put in the ice cream maker but looking in the freezer revealed that we already have loads of vanilla ice cream, (we also have a lot of chocolate. )

What I would really like to do is turn my vanilla base into a delicious peanut butter ice cream but I don’t think it will be as simple as just adding spoonfuls of peanut butter. Can any one advise what I can add to this base to make another flavour of delicious homemade ice cream?

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Blondie1984 Wed 12-Feb-20 02:25:09

One of favourites is fudge chunk ice cream - you use a vanilla ice cream base, start churning it and then about halfway through you add in chunks of fudge (or caramel) - either normal or the salted/flavoured ones you can get. You can also do that with broken up pieces of biscuit - like shortbread, oreo, digestives etc

blondiebrowneyes Wed 12-Feb-20 02:29:05

Add some biscoff spread once churned and just swirl it through (couldn't you do the same with peanut butter?

Ptarmigiana Wed 12-Feb-20 02:39:16

My favourite is a glug of brandy and then some scrunched up brulee sugar added near the end of the churning. Yummy.

katy1213 Wed 12-Feb-20 02:43:38

Chopped preserved ginger and honey? Chocolate chunks and cherries in brandy? Candied fruits? (Make your own with orange/grapefruit peel.) Honeycomb/cinder toffee?

karmakameleon Wed 12-Feb-20 07:24:08

Make a raspberry sauce and swirl it through for raspberry ripple.

Housewife2010 Fri 14-Feb-20 16:03:05

Brown bread ice-cream is gorgeous. Make bread crumbs, mix them with brown sugar and toast then. Then break them up and stir them through the vanilla ice cream before freezing. Gorgeous crunchy caramelised flavour.

Gertrudesgarden Fri 14-Feb-20 16:04:43

I stir in lemon curd and crushed meringues, but that's not what you're looking for. Tis delicious though.

AdaColeman Fri 14-Feb-20 16:15:55

Swirl in some finely chopped walnuts or pecans and some maple syrup.

AnotherthreadAnothername Fri 21-Feb-20 15:12:45

Puree some strawberries and then add that.

Or some semi-pureed raspberries, broken merangues pieces and mini marshmallows mixed through.

Or chopped banana and caramel sauce.

kateandme Fri 21-Feb-20 16:47:50

get a your favorite toffee or caramel sauce or make you own dulce de leche swirl it through with some shotbread bikkies or your fave bicuits.biscoff biscuits work well.or we have done it with sponge pieces before.some fudge chunks and choc chunks.enjoy.

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