New Recipe: Iced VoVo ICE CREAM is the latest food trend to take the internet by storm

Iced VoVo ICE CREAM is the latest food trend to take the internet by storm – and it tastes as good as it looks

  • An Australian foodie has shared how to make Iced Vovo ice cream at home 
  • Mon made the dessert using three ingredients and shared a video on TikTok
  • The recipe is simple to follow and doesn’t require an ice cream machine  
  • Arnott’s Iced Vovo biscuits are an iconic snack in Australia  

A savvy Australian foodie has taken the classic Arnott’s Iced Vovo biscuit and created a delicious homemade ice cream.

Mon, from Brisbane, made the dessert using three ingredients and revealed the simple recipe on TikTok, which has been viewed more than 103,000 times.

‘If you were obsessed with Iced Vovo’s as a kid like I was, you have to try this,’ she said in the clip.

The treasured Iced Vovo biscuit is topped with pink fondant, a strip of raspberry jam and a sprinkle of coconut.

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Mon, from Brisbane, made the dessert using three ingredients and revealed the simple recipe on TikTok, which has been viewed more than 103,000 times

'If you were obsessed with Iced Vovo's as a kid like I was, you have to try this,' she said in the clip

Mon, from Brisbane, made the dessert using three ingredients and revealed the simple recipe on TikTok, which has been viewed more than 103,000 times 

Mon began by whipping one cup of cream in a bowl then adding half a cup of condensed milk

Mon roughly chopped six Iced Vovo biscuits and placed the pieces into the bowl

Mon began by whipping one cup of cream in a bowl then adding half a cup of condensed milk before roughly chopping six Iced Vovo biscuits 

To make the dessert, Mon used cream, condensed milk and Iced Vovo biscuits – but also added raspberry jam and shaved coconut on top. 

‘First thing you want to do is whip up your cream until it’s really firm,’ Mon said.

Next, she measured half a cup of condensed milk to add to the cream and whipped for a few minutes until a smooth texture was formed.

Mon then roughly chopped six Iced Vovo biscuits and placed the pieces into the bowl.

The cream was then poured into a square container and extra biscuit pieces were placed on top. 

The cream was then poured into a square container and extra biscuit pieces were placed on top

It's ideal to place the mixture in a container with a lid

The cream was then poured into a square container and extra biscuit pieces were placed on top

For added flavour, Mon topped the ice cream with shaved coconut and dollops of raspberry jam, but said this step is completely optional

The dessert was then placed in the freezer for a minimum of four hours before serving, and the first scoop looked mouth-watering

For added flavour, Mon topped the ice cream with shaved coconut and dollops of raspberry jam, but said this step is completely optional 

For added flavour, Mon topped the ice cream with shaved coconut and dollops of raspberry jam, but said this step is completely optional.

The dessert was then set in the freezer for a minimum of four hours before serving, and the first scoop looked mouth-watering.

Not only is the recipe easy to follow and requires few ingredients, but it’s also ideal for those who don’t own an ice cream machine. 

Hundreds of other foodies on TikTok dubbed the insight as ‘genius’ and many seemed eager to try the recipe themselves.

‘Omg I have to make this, can’t wait,’ one woman wrote, another suggested: ‘Some extra jam swirled through would make this even more heavenly.’

How to Iced Vovo ice cream at home:  

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup cream
  • 1/2 cup condensed milk
  • 6 Arnott’s Iced Vovo biscuits
  • Raspberry jam (optional)
  • Shredded coconut (optional)

Method: 

Pour the cream into a bowl and whip until thick

Add the condensed milk and whip until smooth 

Roughly chop the Iced Vovo biscuits and add into the cream

Pour the cream into a container and place more biscuit pieces on top

If desired, drizzle raspberry jam on top with shredded coconut

Freeze for at least four hours before serving 

Source: Mon Mack Food / TikTok



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