Fried Ice-cream

Monday, June 27, 2016

*Includes A Video*
You don't need to go to a fancy restaurant to try fried ice-cream.
You can make some in the comfort of your own kitchen.
I actually thought this would flop,
my mum and I was so nervous making it.

It didn't!
It tasted amazing,
it was hot and cold at the same time and all around yummy. 
This is one version of making it,
there are other versions but I feel for a starter this is so much easier. 
I will say prep is EVERYTHING!
Because it's ice-cream things will have to be done fast so you don't end up with a slippery mess.
Switch up those after Tarawee desserts,
even though its winter this side of the world this it so yummy!


White bread slices
Top deck chocolate or plain chocolate
Icing Sugar
Crushed Walnuts or Almonds


  1. Take a steel tray, spray with 'Spray and Cook' to prevent the ice-cream from sticking. 
  2. Place in the freezer for a few hours till its super cold. 
  3. Remove from the freezer the ice-cream of your choice, and remove the iced tray.
  4. Scoop perfectly round ice-cream circles and quickly place them on the iced tray, WORK FAST!
  5. When done immediately place straight back into the freezer as soon as you're done.
  6. Leave for a couple of hours to firm up more in the freezer.
  7. While the ice-cream scoops are in the freezer go on to prepare the bread.
  8. Cut the edges on the bread and roll flat - make sure it is as flat as possible, remember each ice-cream scoop needs 2 slices of rolled bread.
  9. When the bread is ready, remove the ice-cream from the freeze.
  10. Place the ice-cream scoop on the slice of bread and cover it, then place the other slice and cover the rest of the sides.
  11. Pat the sides to make sure the ice-cream is covered well and is as smooth as possible, and place back in the freezer for 15 minutes to firm up some more.
  12. Next heat up some oil, enough to fry the ice-cream - heat till it's exactly 250 degrees Celsius. 
  13. Place the ice-cream in the hot oil and fry till golden - this won't take long. 
  14. Remove from the oil and leave to strain.
  15. Now you need to be quick! Place into the cinnamon and icing sugar mix.
  16. Next drizzle some hot melted chocolate and top with walnuts or almonds.
  17. Bon Appetit!

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  1. The video doesn't open it says plug in not supported

    1. I have fixed the video issue :) it plays now

  2. I keep hearing about fried ice cream but never been brave enough to try it. Might have to have a go

    1. Haha I felt the same way before but I took a chance and it came out wow..just have to be very quick with it because it melts really fast.

  3. This sounds delicious, I probably won't be able to make it look as good as yours though!

    1. aww you're so sweet :) give it a chance you won't regret it Insha-Allah

  4. I've heard of fried ice cream before, but never tried it - sounds absolutely delicious, but I might get impatient witgh all the freezing and waiting, so there's a chance I'd mess it up ;)

    1. Hahah yeah that's the main thing; prep and patience is key. But if you get a chance try it out even when you're out you will love it :)

  5. Heard about the fried icecream several time but haven't really tried it ever. But going through this post really makes me want to have some :(

    1. Hahah wish I could say come over and have some :P but you should give it a try

  6. Can you even believe that I never heard of this masterpiece before ? By the way the video doesn't work :/

    1. Hehe well now you have to try it out :p I fixed the problem so the video should play :)

  7. The thought of fried ice cream has always made me cringe but this looks pretty nice. :)

    1. I actually thought it would be greasy and not work but worldly it worked so well. Imagine a fresh hot doughnut dusted in sugar and cinnamon and when you bit into it cold ice-cream oozes out, yummy!

  8. Yum! And this is what I'd call a real kitchen adventure - frying ice-cream. Definitely want to have a taste but not sure I can get it all right.

    1. Haha give it a shot you may be surprised how you pull it off! I was surprised :)

  9. This looks interesting and yummy! Will give it a shot !

    thanks for sharing

    Aishah xx