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Kambrook's Favourite Ice Cream Flavour

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    When it comes to ice creams, the flavours are as diverse as everyone's tastes. Chocolate and Vanilla probably rank pretty high on the popularity lists, along with cookies cream, mint, and strawberry. Recently we asked our followers on facebook to tell us what the strangers ice cream flavour they'd ever tasted, and below are some of them:


    Chilli Ice Cream



    Sea Salt






    Pumpkin Pie

    Lime and Basil

    Custard Apple


    Here at Kambrook we have a favourite flavour we all love. It's simple, but delicious. Our favourite flavour is Mango Ice Cream. Here's our recipe:


    Mango ice cream


    • 150ml pure cream
    • 200ml condensed milk
    • 200ml mango flesh


    1. Place the cream, condensed milk and mango into the large personal blending jug; securely seal the blade assembly inside the blending jug.
    2. Lock the blending jug onto the motor base by aligning the arrows and press the ‘PULSE’ button for 15 seconds or until smooth.
    3. Remove the blade base and pour into a freezer proof container. Seal with an air tight lid or cover firmly with plastic wrap and freeze for at least 12 hours.
    4. Scoop and serve.


    • james pizzey 17 January 2014

      Mango Ice Cream who does not love this gift from the gods

    • Jen Farrell 17 January 2014

      Coconut Ice cream is my fave, I blend coconut cream with a can of sweetened condensed Milk and some desiccated coconut Yum Yum

    • Smilie2601 17 January 2014

      Oh! Mummy to five!
      Dark cherry chocolate shavings over my ice-cream permits me to come ALIVE!
      I blend cherries and melted dark chocolate and layer on a board,
      Then a butter knife to shave the chocolate off touches a magical cord!
      In my fridge I ALWAYS have a stash,
      If anyone DARE indulge without ME I’ll LASH!

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