Some recipes are born out of leftovers, and this spiced caramel ice cream is one of them. I made a large batch of the caramel to take to friends and not all of it would fit in the jar. So I used what was left in the bowl to make this dessert.
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I met a friend for coffee the other day and she told me what happened to someone she knows. Supposedly, the person put her basket of goods on the counter and the cashier rang them up. After they were scanned, the items were placed into a bag. And when she left the store the sensor alarm went off. She was stopped by security, the goods checked against her slip and she was arrested for shoplifting. According to her, she gave the item to the cashier. I don’t know the outcome and I am not going to speculate, but the story has sat in the back of my mind since then. Last week I shopped the 3-for-2 specials at a local store. I gave the cashier one lot of goods, waited for her to ring them up, then put them in my bag.
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I did this to make sure the discount came off, but also with that incident in mind. After the third lot of goods she told me she had not rung something up, which I knew not to be the case as the discount had reflected. But when she said that again I decided to call the manager. I had the entire sale voided and made her ring each thing up in front of her supervisor. I was so cross as her lackadaisical approach to what she was doing in the first place necessitated this procedure. But I for one was not going to be accused of stealing if the cashier could not do her job. And I wanted the benefit of my large purchase by getting one item free for each three I bought. It took some time but eventually we got the sale completed.
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Spiced Caramel Ice Cream
- 1 egg, separated
- 130 g condensed milk
- 60 g spiced caramel
- 165 mls cream
- Place the egg yolk and condensed milk into a mixing bowl and whisk to combine
- Add the caramel and whisk to combine
- Place the cream into a mixing bowl and whisk until stiff
- Fold the cream into the condensed milk mixture until combined
- Place the egg white into a bowl and whisk until stiff peaks form
- Fold the egg whites into the condensed milk mixture until combined
- Place into a freezer proof container and freeze for at least 4 hours to set
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12 thoughts on “Spiced Caramel Ice Cream”
I bet this was delicious
Yes, it was 🙂
I am a sucker for desserts and this one looks amazing. Thanks
Thank you Judee 🙂
I use leftovers quite often and repurpose them into a new dish. Your ice cream looks great.
Thank you Karen 🙂
I wonder if you would have been so observant if you had not heard the story from your friend…
I am usually observant as I check my slip before I leave a store 🙂
Fabulous. I’ll have to make this in the summer!
HI Tandy, I have also noted some funny business going on with cashiers and purchasers. I too check my slip carefully now. A sign of the hard times, I suppose, but still not much fun. Thanks for this recipe.
I don’t think hard times are an excuse for this. Just pure laziness on the part of the cashiers who don’t care about their jobs.