Jamie Oliver

Smush-ins

Ice cream with fresh fruit and sweet treats

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Smush-ins

Serves 6
Cooks In5 minutes
DifficultySuper easy
Kid friendly
Nutrition per serving
  • Calories
    133
    7%
  • Fat
    7.4g
    11%
  • Saturates
    4.6g
    23%
  • Protein
    2.7g
    6%
  • Carbs
    14.9g
    6%
  • Sugars
    14g
    16%
  • Salt
    0.11g
    2%
  • Fibre
    0g
    -

Of an adult's reference intake

Happy Days with the Naked Chef
recipe adapted from

Happy Days with the Naked Chef

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Ingredients

  • 1 big pot vanilla ice-cream
  • smush-in flavours
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  1. Smush-ins are one of the coolest sweet treats to make. I remember when I was a kid, me and my sister would always try to defrost our hard ice-cream in our dessert bowls into almost a thick milkshakey consistency before scoffing the lot. Then as we matured we realised that many flavours could be mushed in to improve the flavour of the rubbishy ice-cream that our parents always used to give us.
  2. So, from the word ‘mush’ and the phrase ‘mushing it in’ they became ‘smush-ins’. It was great going round the supermarkets as a kid secretly slipping possible smush-ins into the trolley. Anything could be a contender – from maple syrup to bashed up chocolate bits, meringue, fruit – you name it, we would smush it! Winegums aren't so good though. But melted chocolate caramel bars are choooooooice.
  3. All you need to do is get a big pot of vanilla ice-cream and a selection of possible smush-ins. Take 2 large scoops of ice-cream per person, blob these on to a clean chopping board, sprinkle or dribble over your flavours and then, with a spatula or fork, mush and smush them together. Scoop up and lob into a bowl or cornet.
  4. Give these a bash and make an event of them when you've got all the kids round. They're really good fun and great to use as bribes to get the kids helping you with the proper cooking! Smush away.

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Nutrition per serving
  • Calories
    133
    7%
  • Fat
    7.4g
    11%
  • Saturates
    4.6g
    23%
  • Protein
    2.7g
    6%
  • Carbs
    14.9g
    6%
  • Sugars
    14g
    16%
  • Salt
    0.11g
    2%
  • Fibre
    0g
    -

Of an adult's reference intake


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