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The Ice Cream Cookbook You Need this Summer

The Ice Cream Cookbook You Need this Summer

Keep cool this summer and make your own ice creams and sweet treats fitting for the hottest days. Chow and Alex Mezger have debuted a new cookbook, Jude’s Ice Cream and Desserts, and it’s about to be our ice cream-making Bible for 2019.

Chow and Alex are brothers and also the sons of the founder of Jude’s, a beloved U.K. ice cream shop using local cow’s milk. Now at the helm of the company, the brothers have put out a delicious cookbook of favorite flavors and innovative concoctions just in time for summer. Here’s a peek inside the book:

Flat White Coffee Ice Cream
It’s smooth, it’s rich, it’s the perfect way to end a dinner party AND it’s no-churn.

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Flat White Coffee Ice Cream

  • Author: Chow and Alex Mezger
  • Yield: 0 about 4 servings or 1.25 pints 1x


We’re a family of coffee lovers, so we just had to include this intense and ?heady ice cream. It’s smooth, it’s rich, and it’s dreamy. It’s also the ultimate end ?to a dinner party. Jude’s Flat White Coffee Ice Cream has bagged a Great Taste award and remains one of our personal all-time favourites. We’ve recreated the ?flavour here so you can make the magic at home for friends and family.


  • 75 ml 2½fl oz strong coffee ? (2 generous shots)
  • 175 g 6oz icing sugar
  • 500 ml 18fl oz double cream
  • Pinch of ground coffee (to serve)


  1. Make the coffee using a cafetière and pour into a large bowl. Add the icing sugar and whisk until dissolved. Allow to cool for 5 minutes before pouring in the double cream. Using an electric handheld whisk, beat for 4–5 minutes until thick, voluminous soft peaks form and the whisk leaves a trail over the surface.
  2. Spoon the ice-cream base into an airtight, freezer-proof container and put in the freezer for at least 4 hours, or preferably overnight, until firm. Remove from the freezer and allow the ice cream to soften for 5–10 minutes before scooping. Serve with a sprinkling ?of ground coffee on top.
  • Category: Ice Cream


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