Today I learned a thing! And that is that it’s virtually impossible to photograph ice cream on days where the sun is apparently determined to melt off your flesh. I had to try to knock out the pictures for this post as quickly as possible before my lovely, carefully-crafted scoops of homemade sugar-free ice cream devolved into a plate of warm cream and half-melted chocolate chips. But I did it! See the sacrifices I make for you guys?
Since you’re all as desperate as me for some sin-free deliciousness, let’s delve in – this recipe will MAKE YOU MELT.
And with that, you are done! Rich, creamy, delicious chocolate chip ice cream to help cool you down during Britain’s 4 days of tortuously hot weather. Enjoy!
Lawrie is a web developer and semi-reluctant fitness enthusiast who wants to have his cake and eat it too. When not baking cakes (or websites), he is endeavouring to find the holy grail: a perfect sweetener for his tea. Follow @indextwo for selfies and bakesies.
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