I’ve been craving ice cream more and more lately. I eat it year-round, but there’s something about summer that kicks those cravings into full gear. Rather than spend tons of money on store-bought stuff that sometimes isn’t as good as it looks, I sometimes opt to make my own, like this Toffee Malted Milk Ice Cream.
You might remember, I made some cupcakes that needed malted milk powder, and I still had most of a container to use up. I also had some toffee bits that I couldn’t decide what to make with, so I went looking for recipes. I found one for malted milk ice cream with toffee bits. And here we are.
It’s not bad…I don’t quite like it as much as Jay and the bambino do. It’s rather a soft ice cream, but that very well could be because I didn’t churn it long enough. I tried making it before I went off to work, and I don’t know if I gave it quite enough time. Still, without the toffee chips, the base reminds me of caramel-flavored malted milk ball, so if that sounds good to you, you’ll like this.
But even bad ice cream is still better than no ice cream. And it’s a cool, creamy treat for a hot summer day.