The Delicious Whoppers: A Tale of Chocolate Malt Ice Cream

Sometimes, when I think about it, it makes me sad that such a stupid hamburger and such a great chocolate malt candy have almost the same name. Because one is delicious and the other isn’t. Or so I assume. I don’t think I’ve ever had a burger from a fast food place. Burgers are only good when they come from a restaurant or a BBQ. Why would you ever choose a fast food burger over chicken nuggets? Chicken nuggets are clearly superior. Wait, weren’t we talking about ice cream?

Malt and Chocolate Ice Cream

Malt Ice Cream with Chocolate Malt Ganache Swirl

Ingredients
Ice Cream

1 1/2 Cups Milk
1 1/2 Cups Heavy Cream
3/4 Cup Sugar
3/4 Cup Malt Powder
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
Pinch of Salt

Ganache Swirl
1 Cup minus 1 tbsp Heavy Cream
2/3 Cup Milk
3/4 Cup Malt Powder
1 Cup Chocolate Chips

(Ganache recipe is adapted from Raspberri Cupcakes, which is an Australian blog so the measurements don’t really translate to US measurements and are all approximate)

chocolate-malt-swirl-ingredients  in_progress

Ganache instructions (make the Ganache first):

1. Put milk, heavy cream, and malt powder in a saucepan and heat until it starts to boil.
2. Put chocolate chips in a large, heat-proof bowl.
3. Pour hot liquid over chocolate chips, and stir until smoothly mixed together.
4. Put sauce in a tupperware and put in fridge (probably overnight) until chilled.

Lazy person’s ice cream instructions (aka Philadelphia Style)

1. Mix all the ingredients together. Make sure you mix until all the sugar and malt powder is dissolved.
2. Freeze in your Ice Cream Maker according to the ice cream maker’s instructions.
3. As you take the ice cream out of the ice cream maker to store, alternate scoops of ice cream with layer of ganache in your container.
4. Eat!

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