Friday, 3 July 2020

Oreo Biscuit Ice cream Recipe in Lockdown

Oreo Biscuit Ice cream Recipe in Lockdown


Ever since lockdown there are a number of recipes that are trending. First was the Dalgona coffee, and then the choco chips cookies. And now the very easy Oreo biscuit Ice cream is going the rounds on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook.

Oreo Biscuit Ice cream Recipe in Lockdown

It is an extremely simple recipe that can be done. Yet waiting for the Ice cream to set is difficult. These lockdown challenges are really good fun and who doesn’t enjoy a little bit of indulgence once in a while. And again it’s just a 3 ingredient recipe. I added a few walnuts for that extra crunch.



Ingredients

2 packets of Oreo biscuits

2 small cups of milk

2 tbsp Milk Powder

Few crushed walnuts

 

Method


1. First we need to crush the oreo biscuits. You can do that by pounding the biscuits with a rolling pin. Or even crushing them in a mixer. See that the biscuits are not crushed into fine powder. A little course and pieces of biscuits will be better to savour in the ice cream.

2.Now add the mixture to a bowl. And stir in the milk.

3.Add the nuts and milk powder to make a creamy batter.

4.If you have ice cream moulds you can use that. But if you don’t have, there is another easy trick, you can use the wrappers of the oreo biscuit. Just pour the batter and put an ice cream stick inside it.

5.Let it freeze for 3-4 hours and then remove the wrapper and enjoy your oreo biscuit ice cream .


Oreo Biscuit Ice cream Recipe in Lockdown

Tip

If you are using a mould, you must know how to take out the ice cream. As it gets stuck to the side and may break halfway. So place the ice cream stand or mould in a pot of warm water for a few seconds. Then the ice cream will come out easily.



 

Now don’t wait, enjoy it before it melts.

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