A festive Christmas tree shaped block of rich vanilla ice-cream with delicious chunks of chocolate bars mixed throughout!


  • Vanilla Ice Cream

  • 2 L Milk

  • 1.2 L Cream

  • 36 egg yolks

  • 800 g Sugar

  • 6 Vanilla Beans beans removed

  • 2 Mars bars roughly chopped

  • 2 Toblerone bars roughly chopped

  • 1 christmas tree mould


  • Vanilla Ice Cream:

  • 1.

    Bring milk to boil

  • 2.

    Whisk yolks and sugar together

  • 3.

    Pour boiling milk over yolks and sugar

  • 4.

    Return to stove and cook out to 80°C

  • 5.

    Strain through fine chinois

  • 6.

    Add cream and cool before churning

  • 7.

    Once the ice-cream has been made, mix in mars bar and toblerone pieces

  • 8.

    Pour mixture into the mould and place in the freezer to set for 24hrs/ overnight

  • 9.

    To serve, remove icecream from mould

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Posted by Robin25Report
Haha, that is why Guillame is the French Chef and Nick as Brendan says is the "clown". You don't think he sits down and types the recipe himself. he has others do it for him and whoever did, obviously made a mistake.....
Posted by NickReport
What happened to the vanilla in the making? And as for calling them vanilla 'beans' - I can't believe such an experienced person would dumb down to call the seeds 'beans'. And why take them out; surely half the reason real vanilla ice-cream is so exotic is because one can see those tiny little black seeds all through it. And as for 36 egg yolks - try half that amount and it will be as good, and maybe with in the realms of reality [cue in classic French snort of derision].
Posted by Brendan OReport
What a clown, but some mothers do have them
Posted by LB24Report
Looks tasty.
Posted by MargiiReport
i would add them when boiling the milk :)
Posted by JoseeReport
What can I use to churn as I don't have an ice cream maker?
Posted by Maggie MayReport
Posted by TC50Report
Try adding Turkish Delight to it as well. Yum!
Posted by ErinReport
Where can you get the mould to make this?