New Recipe: How to make the best RED VELVET ice cream ever

An Australian foodie has revealed how to make the most delicious red velvet ice cream ever, and there are just three ingredients.

Cooking enthusiast Mon Mack Foods, from Brisbane, posted the video on TikTok where she has over 99,000 followers.

The simple recipe calls for cream, sweetened condensed milk and red velvet Oreos.

An Australian foodie has revealed how to make the most delicious red velvet ice cream ever, and there are just three ingredients

An Australian foodie has revealed how to make the most delicious red velvet ice cream ever, and there are just three ingredients

The woman simply whips a cup of cream until soft peaks form, then adds half a cup of sweetened condensed milk and continues to stir until smooth.

She then takes one packet of red velvet Oreos and places them in a zip-lock bag before crushing them with a rolling pin and adding them to the cream mixture.

The foodie then pours the mixture into a container, crumbles some more of the cookies on tops, and leaves it in the freezer to set for 12 hours.

And her legion of fans were impressed, with some promising to make the dessert for their friends, with others wasting no time and trying it straight away.

‘This was so good,’ one woman said – after making the ice cream immediately. 

The red velvet Oreos are new to the Australian market and here for ‘a limited time’ according to industry insiders. It could disappear by the end of the year. 

The woman simply whips a cup of cream until soft peaks form, then adds half a cup of sweetened condensed milk and continues to stir until smooth

She then takes one packet of red velvet Oreos and places them in a zip-lock bag before crushing them with a rolling pin and adding them to the cream mixture

The woman simply whips a cup of cream until soft peaks form, then adds half a cup of sweetened condensed milk and continues to stir until smooth before adding crushed Oreos to the mixture

The home cook behind the Mon Mack TikTok page first went viral in January this year when she shared a ‘life hack’ revealing how she makes sure she has the perfect amount of baking paper every time.

She explained how she cuts a circle of baking paper to fit the bottom of her tin by following a simple ‘life hack’, and you can do it too.

Demonstrating how she does it in a short video, Mon said she first cuts a piece of baking paper, which she then folds it into a square, and then a triangle.

Following this, she folds the triangle again to turn it into a point shape, and then she puts the tip directly in the centre of a circular cake tin to measure it. 

A foodie has taken the internet by storm after she shared a clip revealing how she makes sure she has the perfect amount of baking paper in her cake tin every time (pictured doing it)

A foodie has taken the internet by storm after she shared a clip revealing how she makes sure she has the perfect amount of baking paper in her cake tin every time (pictured doing it)

Australian cooking enthusiast Mon Mack posted on TikTok, where she explained how she cuts a circle of baking paper to fit the bottom of her tin by following a simple 'life hack' (steps pictured)

Australian cooking enthusiast Mon Mack posted on TikTok, where she explained how she cuts a circle of baking paper to fit the bottom of her tin by following a simple 'life hack' (steps pictured)

Australian cooking enthusiast Mon Mack posted on TikTok, where she explained how she cuts a circle of baking paper to fit the bottom of her tin by following a simple ‘life hack’ (steps pictured)

Then, all you need to do is cut away the excess baking paper from around the outside and expand what is left.

You should be left with the perfect circle inside your cake tin.

Since the clip was shared, more than five million have watched it and thousands have expressed how much they wish they had known this trick their entire lives:

‘That is so cool, definitely giving it a go,’ one person said.

‘I have been doing this for six months and it honestly saves me so much time,’ another added.

After you have folded the paper into a triangle and then a point, cut away the excess baking paper from around the outside and expand what is left (pictured)

After you have folded the paper into a triangle and then a point, cut away the excess baking paper from around the outside and expand what is left (pictured)

After you have folded the paper into a triangle and then a point, cut away the excess baking paper from around the outside and expand what is left (pictured)

Since the clip was shared, more than five million have watched it and thousands have expressed how much they wish they had known this trick their entire lives (pictured)

Since the clip was shared, more than five million have watched it and thousands have expressed how much they wish they had known this trick their entire lives (pictured)

Since the clip was shared, more than five million have watched it and thousands have expressed how much they wish they had known this trick their entire lives (pictured)

A third posted: ‘They teach this in culinary school and it’s a game changer’.

Some asked what Mon would do about the sides of the baking tin, to which she said she usually just adds a little excess butter and then uses a knife to gently ease the cake out of the tin at the end of baking.

Others highlighted that this hack is derived from the French cartouche cooking technique.

This sees chefs create a round piece of parchment or baking paper to cover the surface of a stock, sauce, stew or soup, which helps to reduce evaporation, keep ingredients submerged and prevent a skin from forming on the top.

If you have a square baking tin, Mon said you can also ensure you also have the right amount of baking paper using just one piece.

To do this, she said in another TikTok video, all you need to do is cut a piece of baking paper that is bigger than your tin, sit it underneath the tin and then cut in a straight line up to the tin so that you have four flaps.

Fold all of these in to the centre of the piece of paper, before folding it back out and folding down the flaps.

Then, all you need to do is gently slide it into your square tin, where the sheet should also cover the sides as well as the base.



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