The continuation of my experiment in making at least one recipe per week involving 5 ingredients or less continues with the creation of the 2 ingredient ice cream bread. This recipe was so intriguing to me I almost couldn’t wait to make it.
The biggest decision to make was, what kind of ice cream to use. At first, I thought about going with vanilla… just to get a feel for the recipe and to see if the recipe worked. As I scoured the ice cream isle in the market for what seemed like an eternity… I ended up going with Häagen-Dazs® Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream.
2 cups Ice cream (full fat, premium)
1.5 cups of self-rising flour
Preheat oven to 350 and spray/grease loaf pan. Stir flour into soft/melted ice cream until blended well, then add to baking pan. Bake 42-48 minutes. Cool for a few minutes and convert to wire rack. Serve
I wanted, more than anything to come out saying that this recipe was a complete success. That is was absolutely delicious and that everyone out there should try it… The truth is, it wasn’t bad… but it wasn’t delicious. I think the recipe has potential… but I wouldn’t make it again “as is”. As you can see I did add a handful of chocolate chips – because I had them. If is wasn’t for those few morsels of joy… not sure I would have eaten my entire slice. I also think it might be more delicious if frosted… but I want it to be delicious straight from the oven.
I plan to work on this recipe. Perhaps use a different ice cream, less flour and add another ingredient. Once I come up with a final product that I feel is worthy… I will share it with you.
If you have tried this recipe… or plan to… please reply and let me know what you think/thought of it!