Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Ice-cream Slice (aka Mayana’s Birthday Cake)

We got our tastebuds onto this recipe while we were in Perth. We got to eat it on Christmas Eve and Christmas night. Mmmmm.

So, with many thanks to my gorgeous Tan Tan & lovely Emily, here is the easy peasy recipe:


* 600ml whipping/thickened cream

* 1 can sweetened condensed milk

* packet of malt biscuits


Whip the cream until peaks form. Fold in the condensed milk until combined.

Arrange malt biscuits in a square/rectangle baking tin. Pour cream mixture over biscuits. Arrange malt biscuits over mixture. Make sure the top biscuits are facing the same way as the bottom biscuits.

Pop the tray into the freezer until mixture sets.

Slice the ice-cream cake between the biscuits, so the top and bottom biscuits create a sandwich, making the slice easy to hold and eat. If you like, you can drizzle some ice-magic over the top just before serving.


Interesting additions might include adding a smashed up Crunchie bar (or whichever chocolate takes your fancy) to the ice-cream mixture.

For Mayana’s birthday cake, I arranged a few slices into a ‘1’, and iced with extra ice-cream mixture which I added a few drops of food colouring to.



  1. This is how i make my own homemade icecream. However i add 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence, and then anything i want for flavour, like choclate topping for chocolate icecream or mixed berries... makes yummy icecream!

  2. Your number 1 looks so cute Zoey. I love it. I bet mixing fresh strawberries through the mix would taste pretty awesome. I think i might try that myself!! Tan tan


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