SnickersĀ® Bar Ice Cream
Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 9:40AM
Mark Scarbrough in Desserts, Snickers ice cream, candy bar ice cream, frozen desserts, ice cream

You'll need a turbo blender to make this ice cream--one that's powerful enough to 1) grind whole grains and 2) heat soups. If you've got that, you've got ice cream (as long as you also have an ice cream maker). With that blender, you can grind the candy bars to make an ice cream you won't believe. Thanks to Eric Medsker for that great shot.

This is a recipe from our book THE TURBO BLENDER DESSERT REVOLUTION. Every dessert is made in a high-horsepower, high-RPM blender. (Did you can make the batter for tasty, fudgy, whole-grain brownies by starting with raw wheat berries in the blender?)

If you want to hear us make this recipe on our podcast, click the media player at the top of the main recipe page on this site. You'll find the menu of episodes in the center-top of the player. Or click here for the podcast on iTunes itself.

SNICKERS BAR ICE CREAM

Makes about 1 quart

1. Put the milk, brown sugar, and candy bars in the blender's canister. Cover and blend at the highest speed until steaming, about 4 minutes. The chocolate needs to have melted, not just sit in small threads in the mix.

2. Add the cream, cover, and blend at high speed for 10 seconds. Store the covered canister in the fridge for at least 4 hours or up to 24 hours.

3. Prepare an ice cream machine. Set the covered canister on the machine housing and blend at low speed just to recombine. Freeze in the machine according to the manufacturer's instructions.

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