Homemade Speculoos Ice Cream with Mamita’s Bakeries

Hi guys!

I promised you another Ice Cream recipe and I actually think this one is even better than the Stracciatella Ice Cream recipe ๐Ÿ˜ฎ (almost can’t believe I’m writing this).

What makes this Speculoos Ice Cream so good? The speculoos! I had the chance to try Mamita’s Bakeries’ speculoos and it is just so good! I’ve always been a fan of speculoos, but I never liked the super spiced ones. You know, so full of spices it becomes a different kind of cookie. At least, that’s what I think. Mamita’s Bakeries has a more spiced speculoos than the famous one we probably all know and I don’t need to mention. But the good thing – no great thing even! – is that this speculoos is just perfect. I mean it! It has that yummy crunch and a more profound speculoos taste, without it becoming something different. I guess you’ll just have to taste one to understand what I’m trying to say here.

I’ll tell you all about Mamita’s Bakeries in a second but first: Ice Cream Time!

What do we need for +- 1L Speculoos Ice Cream:

  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk (+- 305 ml)
  • 500 ml heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons of Mamita’s Bakeries Speculoos spread
  • Crumbled Mamita’s Bakeries Speculoos
  • pinch of salt
  • Large plate or ice cream box
  • Cups to serve the ice cream in
  • Ice cream scoop
  • Foil

How to:

  1. Put the condensed milk, salt and the speculoos spread in a bowl and mix together.
  2. Whip up the cream and add it in 3 times to the bowl.
  3. Add the speculoos crumbs and blend it all together.
  4. Poor the mixture in a plate or ice cream box.
  5. Put a piece of foil on top and gently press it down.
  6. Leave in the freezer for 1 night.
  7. Enjoy!

p.s. It may take a bit longer to become scoopable (can you say that?) because of the spread inside the ice cream.

Now, let me introduce you to Mamita’s Bakeries!

It all started in the summer of ’69 2014:

The idea to launch Mamitaโ€™s Bakeries was born in the summer of 2014, following a study trip abroad. Our favourite delicacies, very famous in Belgium, proved to be totally unknown to our foreign friends. But they were nonetheless so enthusiastic about them and so eager to take them back to their own country, that the creation of Mamitaโ€™s Bakeries was only a next logical step.

The founders of Mamita’s Bakeries have over 25 years of experience in food seasonings and condiments so you know it’s got to be good ๐Ÿ˜‰

Mamita’s Bakeries makes traditional cookies that take you back to your childhood memories, away from our hectic world:

Our aim is to take you back into the past, to offer you a little moment of joy, indulgence and pure delight. A short break where you forget all around you to savour these exquisite and delicate biscuits. Itโ€™s all youโ€™ll need to recharge your batteries before heading back into the modern and hectic world…

It may sound silly but you do forget all those things when tasting their cookies. It’s just so good you have no other option than to sit back and relax. It’s definitely not a cookie for binge-eating but for a moment of pure joy.

I almost forgot a super important part: Mamita’s Bakeries also has a gluten-free range of cookies! More and more people are becoming intolerant to gluten and I find it very important for them to have some yummy things too. Mamita’s Bakeries has got you covered! Try the speculoos with chocolate ๐Ÿ˜‰

I hope you guys like the Ice Cream and if you ever try one of Mamita’s Bakeries’ cookies, let me know! I’d love to hear what you think of them.

Have a delicious day โค
xxx Sarah

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