IMG_0142There really is something so perfect about the combination of classic Tip Top Vanilla Ice Cream, salty peanut butter and sweet caramel - it’s just magic really! Aside from the weather bomb that’s predicted for this weekend, we’ve been so spoilt with the most amazing warm Autumn weather, which of course still calls for delicious summer treats in my mind. So I thought I’d whip up these wonderfully simple and ridiculously delicious Peanut Butter and Caramel Ice Creams that are a cinch to make and will keep long enough in the freezer for whenever you’re wanting a sweet treat. The best part is that you can of course make your own flavour combinations, anything from all chocolate with maltesers, to vanilla with strawberry sauce and peanuts - the choices really are endless! Happy ice cream making everyone. xo
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Peanut Butter and Caramel Ice Creams

2 cups Tip Top Vanilla Ice Cream
1/2 cup smooth peanut butter, melted - gently melt at 10sec intervals in the microwave
1/4 cup chopped peanuts
1/4 cup caramels chopped, I used jersey caramels
200g dark chocolate melted, with 1/2 teaspoon vegetable oil -  gently melt at 10sec intervals in the microwave
4-6 silicone cupcake moulds, I got mine from Ikea, or cardboard cupcake cups.
Wooden spoons, or ice cream sticks
 The perfect thing about these ice creams is that it’s as simple as laying all the delicious ingredients together into your preferred mould. Start with the chopped peanuts, then add layer of vanilla ice cream - gently spread the ice cream into a smooth layer. Sprinkle a layer of chopped caramel atop the ice cream before drizzling the peanut butter over the caramels. Add another layer of ice cream, gently insert the wooden spoon or ice cream stick into the middle of the mould and place your ice creams back into the freezer for 5min. Drizzle the melted chocolate over the ice cream, to seal in the bottom of the ice cream. Place back into the freeze and allow to freeze for at least 2 hours before serving. Gently remove the ice cream from the mould, if it’s silicone you can roll it off, if paper simply tear your treat free! Enjoy. x