Take the super popular crunchie bar and use its powers to make incredible crunchie ice cream.
It doesn’t get much simpler than this crunchie bar ice cream recipe. I’m going to be kind and let you use store-bought ice cream too. If you’re feeling motivated, you can also use this vanilla ice cream recipe to avoid using the stuff from the supermarket.
Although it’s an easy recipe, you’ll find it may get added to your favourites list. The combination of honeycomb, chocolate and vanilla ice cream is hard to beat.
- a 2L tub of vanilla ice cream
- 3 50g Crunchie bars
- 1/4 cup Lucky Topperz (peanuts and choc peanuts)
Remove your ice cream from the freezer and allow to soften for 15-20 minutes.
Break up the crunchie bars using a knife. Alternatively you can pop the crunchie bars in a bag and smash them with anything heavy.
Use a spoon to add the smashed crunchie bars to the ice cream. You’ll find it hard to stir so use your spoon to poke the bits of crunchie into the ice cream. You want the pieces evenly distributed.
Freeze for an hour until hardened then serve topped with Lucky Topperz. If you don’t have these where you live then any nuts and chocolate will be fine!
A few pictures of the finished crunchie ice cream
This is a seriously good ice cream that is seriously easy to make. If you don’t have crunchie bars in your part of the world then use picnic, snickers, flake or any other chocolate bar that breaks up easily. Better yet, why not add all of them to your ice cream?