Ice cream and Mill Bread

Dessert 217 Last Update: Nov 11, 2021 Created: Nov 10, 2021
Ice cream and Mill Bread
  • Serves: 8 People
  • Prepare Time: 15 Min.
  • Cooking Time: 7 Min.
  • Calories: 320
  • Difficulty: Medium
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This is a very simple and quick dessert recipe to enjoy.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Remove the sides of milk bread and flatten it with the help of rolling pin. (About 9-10 breads slices are needed.)
  2. Cut the vanilla ice-cream into bars and put each bar on the flattened bread slices. Roll bread around slices and press the ends to secure.
  3. Now cut each ice-cream-bread log into slices and spread in 7x7 inch dish. Similarly, make another layer.
  4. Mix remaining ice-cream and cream together and pour over the rolled slices. Freeze until needed.
  5. Chocolate Sauce:
  6. Mix all ingredients of chocolate sauce very well until smooth. Then cooks the sauce for about seven minutes on very low flame.
  7. Let the sauce cool to room temperature than poor over dish.
  8. Chill the dish for two hour in freezer or refrigerate overnight for best results.
  9. Just before serving garnish with nuts or cornflakes. Serve chilled.

Ice cream and Mill Bread



  • Serves: 8 People
  • Prepare Time: 15 Min.
  • Cooking Time: 7 Min.
  • Calories: 320
  • Difficulty: Medium

This is a very simple and quick dessert recipe to enjoy.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Remove the sides of milk bread and flatten it with the help of rolling pin. (About 9-10 breads slices are needed.)
  2. Cut the vanilla ice-cream into bars and put each bar on the flattened bread slices. Roll bread around slices and press the ends to secure.
  3. Now cut each ice-cream-bread log into slices and spread in 7x7 inch dish. Similarly, make another layer.
  4. Mix remaining ice-cream and cream together and pour over the rolled slices. Freeze until needed.
  5. Chocolate Sauce:
  6. Mix all ingredients of chocolate sauce very well until smooth. Then cooks the sauce for about seven minutes on very low flame.
  7. Let the sauce cool to room temperature than poor over dish.
  8. Chill the dish for two hour in freezer or refrigerate overnight for best results.
  9. Just before serving garnish with nuts or cornflakes. Serve chilled.

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