Chocolate fudge ice cream

Hey guys! So continuing my chocolate madness I am posting today a chocolate fudge ice cream which contains two elements. One is the base ice cream and the other is the fudge. This is a very delicious, chocolaty and with small fudgy bites in between. If you just love chocolate then you will love this dessert. Take a bowl and have a scoop and I promise you wont be able to stop at one bite. Lets get eating…


For the chocolate fudge:

Condensed Milk – 250 gms

Dark Chocolate – 150 gms

Sweet Chocolate – 100 gms

Walnuts (finely chopped) – 1/4 cup

For the ice cream base:

Whipping cream – 2 cups

Condensed Milk- 1 cup

Fresh Cream- 1/2 cup

Chocolate Truffle – 1 cup

Drinking chocolate – 1/4 cup

Coco powder – 2 tbsp

Choco Chips- 2 tbsp

Chocolate fudge- 1 and 1/2 cup

Vanilla essence – 1 tsp


For fudge:

Take the chocolate and milkmaid together in a bowl. Now using the double boiler method mix them both together till the chocolate melts. Once done take it off the gas and add the chopped walnuts and mix it all together. Take an mould (any shape) and grease it with little oil at the bottom. Put the fudge prepared in the mould and set it in the fridge. It will set in an hour. After an hour chop the fudge into rough bits or balls.

For icecream:

1) Whip the whipping cream till it forms soft peaks. In another bowl mix the condensed milk, fresh cream, vanilla essence, chocolate truffle, drinking chocolate, coco powder and choco chips. Now fold the cream into this mixture using a spatula. Do not mix vigorously fold gently using the spatula.

2) Now add in the fudge and mix it in. Pour the mixture in an aluminium tin/ insulated tub or ice cream mould of choice and top it again with the fudge and drizzle some chocolate truffle on it. Set it in freezer for 4-5 hours. Serve chilled.

This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla, and happily SPONSORED BY RRE Studios and SHOWCASE Events.

62 responses to “Chocolate fudge ice cream”

  1. wow loved it. my both girls love chocolate fudge ice-cream. your recipe is looking really simple and tasty too. will try in for sure. thanks for sharing.


  2. Thats exactly how I make chocolate fudge ice cream. For any ice cream, condensed milk and whipping cream are my must-have ingredients.


  3. The recipe seems simple and the outcome delicious. I’m tempted to try it but will wait as I’m trying to eat healthy. Keep sharing such recipes and I will bookmark them for future.


  4. So yummy and gooey! I really loved the texture. My son and hubby are both fan of chocolate flavors, so I shall try your recipe..


  5. OMG the recipe is so tempting. I’ve two chocolate monsters the husband and the son, will definitely give it a shot.


  6. Chocolate fudge icecream is my all time favourite and in the Summers i missed it.. We weren’t eating anything readymade because of the fear of COVID. Thanks for this easy recipe which can be easily tried at home..


  7. I am big fan of chocolate fudge icecream. I never tried this at home though. I know my kids are going to love this. I will sure give this recipe a try.

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  8. hey I like it how detailed you have made the description and easy for us beginner cooks to follow each step. lets have some ice cream.. yummy yummy. My 3 yr old is already crazy about chocolate. When i make these he will go crazy


  9. Aha!, I am drooling over chocolate fudge ice cream, 2020 is the first summer of my life that passed without eating ice cream due to pandemic, I am definitely going to try this recipe, I read the ingredients list twice and luckily all have in my refrigerator at present. Bingo!!!!


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