Moerkoffie and condensed milk ice-cream sandwiches with Tennis Biscuits

Moerkoffie and condensed milk ice-cream sandwiches with Tennis Biscuits

The sweetness of condensed milk and a full-flavoured punch of moerkoffie evoke memories of “spookstories” around the campfire. Here, these flavours come together in a cool, creamy, summer treat.

If you loved these moerkoffie and condensed milk ice-cream sandwiches with Tennis Biscuits, then you will definitely enjoy these recipes (take our word for it):

Peppermint Crisp fridge tart (one of your all-time favourites)

Nougat ice cream cake (another hit on the ice-cream cake latest hits)

The Gourmet Greek lemon tart (made with love)

Moerkoffie and condensed milk ice-cream sandwiches with Tennis Biscuits

Print Recipe
Serves: 6 Time: 45 mins + 6 hrs, to freeze

Ingredients

  • MOERKOFFIE ICE CREAM
  • 1 x 385g tin condensed milk
  • 500ml (2 cups) fresh cream
  • 500ml (2 cups) moerkoffie blend (we used Deluxe Coffeeworks)
  • 5ml (1 tsp) vanilla essence
  • ICE-CREAM SANDWICHES
  • 1 packet Bakers Tennis Biscuits
  • 1 x 375g tin condensed milk, to serve

Instructions

1

For the ice cream, make the moerkoffie in a stove-top (or braaitop) metal espresso pot (moka pot). Use good quality coffee. Remove from heat and allow the coffee to cool to room temperature. In a large bowl, combine the moerkoffie and remaining ingredients. Churn in an ice-cream maker, 30 minutes. Alternatively, if an ice-cream maker is not available, place the mixture in a freezer-proof bowl and freeze, about 2 hours. Just before frozen (it will be thick but still pourable), whisk with electric beaters until smooth and fluffy. Return to the freezer until completely frozen, about 3 hours. Transfer the ice-cream mixture to a loaf tin lined with baking paper. Place the loaf tin in the freezer, 6 hours or overnight.

2

To assemble the ice-cream sandwiches, remove the ice cream from the freezer and set aside, 5 minutes. Unmould the ice cream by pulling on the baking paper – or quickly dip the sides of the dish into warm water. Peel off the baking paper and cut the ice cream to the size of the Tennis Biscuits (use the biscuits to trace a cutting guide). Place each ice-cream square between 2 Tennis Biscuits to make a sandwich. Repeat these steps with the remaining ice cream. Place the sandwiches on a tray and return to the freezer.

Send this to a friend