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Started by Donna , author of Cookistry 6/28/2012 6:00:10 AM

As soon as spring turns to summer and the temperature climbs past 70, the ice cream maker becomes my new best friend. Home made ice cream is the default dessert most nights - a perfect little sweet scoop. With the added benefit that it's something cold.

I'm always looking for different flavors for ice cream and different add ins. And I'll admit that I'm not immune to using a few shortcuts to make the job a little easier. When I tasted the mocha-flavored International Delights Iced Coffee, I knew right away that I wanted to work it into an ice cream recipe.

Because it's not a far leap from iced coffee to coffee ice cream.

I was really pleased with the results.

Besides the mocha flavor, you can also find vanilla and original flavors. I think they'd all work well in this ice cream.

Mocha Ice Cream

  • 2 cups half-and-half
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 4 egg yolks
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 2 cups Mocha International Delight Iced Coffee

In a medium saucepan, heat the half-and-half, sugar and salt until it just simmers.

Meanwhile, whisk the eggs in small bowl.

Slowly add the hot liquid to the egg yolks, stirring or whisking as you go, until you've added about half of the hot liquid to the egg yolks - this keeps the eggs from scrambling.

Slowly add the egg mixture back into the pan, stirring continuously. Continue cooking until the mixture thickens - you'll feel the "drag" on the spoon as you stir. It should coat the back of a spoon and if you run your finger across the spoon, the line should remain.

Pour the egg mixture through a fine strainer into a clean bowl - this catches any bits of egg that might have scrambled. Add the vanilla extract and the International Delights Iced Coffee and stir until combined.

Cover the bowl (or transfer into your desired storage container) and refrigerate the mixture until it is well chilled - at least 4 hours, or overnight.

When it is fully chilled, churn it in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer's directions. Transfer to a storage container and freeze until firm.

International Delight is celebrating summer by giving away 1,000 half gallons of Iced Coffee each day! Grab your free drinks here!

Now, it's your turn to celebrate! Enter to win $500 toward your ideal Summer Party by completing these two simple steps:

1. Pin my Iced Coffee Recipe photo on Pinterest. 

2. Come back! In the comment field below, tell me you pinned and share your favorite taste of summer! 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine. International Delight Iced Coffee Sweepstakes and Rules.

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The Iced Delight is the best stuff ever and in ice cream oh YEAH!


Reply by Laura

6/28/2012 12:00:38 PM
Pinned, this looks amazing. I love a chocolate-espresso ice cream sandwich in the summer.


Reply by Jill

6/28/2012 12:47:24 PM
Love the idea of adding flavor to ice cream this way - looks delicious! Oh, and I pinned (jilliebean_j)!


Reply by Lynne

author of 365 Days of Baking 6/28/2012 12:50:49 PM
Pinned it! And tweeted the Pin (didn't even know you could do that! haha) Favorite taste of summer used to be Del's Lemonade when we lived in RI, but now in AZ, it's coffee ice cream!


Reply by Donna

author of Cookistry 6/28/2012 1:20:12 PM
Tweeting from Pinterest is great, isn't it? I was extremely pleased with this ice cream - give it a try!


Reply by Jennie

6/28/2012 5:08:48 PM
Yum! Using the iced coffee in ice cream is such a great idea. It looks delicious.


Reply by Renee

6/28/2012 5:53:19 PM
My favorite taste of summer is fresh picked from the farm herbs, fruits, and veggies. Pinned!


Reply by Carmen

6/28/2012 9:04:40 PM
My favorite summer flavor is watermelon - but mocha ice cream would work in a pinch :)

Yummy! This sounds delicious and I just have to try this :)

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