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Crazy Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundae

Serving: 1
prep time: 5 MINUTES
Total time: 5 MINUTES

Have you seen those crazy milkshakes popping up all over the internet? This Crazy Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundae is even better, because you can make it at home!

¼ cup vanilla frosting
½ cup chocolate chip cookie crumbs
2 tbsp chocolate hazelnut spread
1 cup Vanilla ice cream
2 soft baked chocolate chip cookies
A dollop of Reddi-whip
Chocolate syrup and chocolate shavings for garnish

Crazy Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundae

1.  Spread vanilla frosting generously around the rim of your sundae glass
2. Press the frosted rim in cookie crumbs
3. Spread chocolate hazelnut spread up the inside of the glass
4. Add vanilla ice cream
5. Top with reddi-wip for an extra dollop of fun!
6. Drizzle with chocolate shavings

Tips I-This indulgent sundae is super easy and it’s filled with the flavors of a chocolate chip cookie. Use either bought or home-made cookies
Tips II- The DairyLand Vanilla- chocolate ice cream adds the flavourful feel that complements the chocolate chips perfectly also adding the creamy bit in every scoop

Chocolate Sprinkle Sundae

3 scoops friendly’s forbidden chocolate chocolate ice cream (any other chocolate ice cream would also work)
1⁄4 cup hot fudge
1 tablespoon chocolate sprinkles
whipped cream (homemade or canned)

Chocolate Sprinkle Sundae

Tropical Best

Passion fruit coconut sorbet

Passion fruit coconut sorbet

This Pineapple Ice Cream is sweet, creamy, and very simple to make! You can have a refreshing dessert without any ice cream machine – just whip and mix!

15 passion fruits (about 750 grams with the shells)
3 cups Kara coconut cream
1 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
water (optional)

Slice open the passion fruits, and scoop out the filling (seeds and all).
Mix with the Kara coconut cream and sugar (and the optional water).
Chill if ingredients are not at refrigerator temperature.
Churn in your ice cream maker according to the instructions.
Once the ice cream is frozen, put in the freezer to harden.
Serve with extra passionfruit pulp

Tips: With ripe passion fruits the outcome would be a beautiful buttery yellow, flecked with black passion fruit seeds, with a rich, creamy texture and a lovely flavor.

Tips II: If you want to extend the ice cream, you can add some water to the mix. Obviously, this makes the ice cream harder and less creamy, but it’s also a good way to make a bit more with a given amount of ingredients.

Pineapple Sorbet (No Sugar Added!)

Pineapple Sorbet (1)

Prep time: 10 minutes
Serving: 4
Even if you’re not a “sorbet person”, I bet you’ll love this recipe. pineapple sorbet with frozen pineapple, coconut milk, and no-added sugar. Perfect for a healthy warm weather treat!


Diced Pineapple 4 cups (frozen pineapple)
Kara coconut milk

If coconut cream and water has separated from the can, add to a large mixing bowl and whisk together to recombine.
Add frozen pineapple and coconut milk to a high-speed blender and process for 2-3 minutes, using a toggle to smooth and churn.
Continue this until the consistency is smooth and creamy, with little to no visible pineapple chunks.
Enjoy immediately for a “soft serve” feel, or freeze for more of a sorbet feel.
To freeze, scoop contents and smooth with the back for a spoon. Freeze for 1-2 hours, until solid and scoopable.
Garnish with a mint leaf and Enjoy!

Pineapple Sorbet

Tips I: For the pineapple in this recipe, I recommend going with frozen organic pineapple, if you can find it!
Tips II: Kara Coconut milk is ideal for this recipe to complement the tropical pineapple flavors of this sorbet. It also adds smooth creaminess to balance out the acidity of the pineapple.

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