Totally not my fault Kahlua Almond Fudge Ripple Ice Cream.

Ok, let me start by saying this.

This recipe is totally not my fault.

It is also not my fault that I have made and consumed five batches of ice cream in five days.

It's all Angie's fault.

Click the link.

You'll see.

She taunted me with her ridiculously good Banana Ice Cream recipe, then teased me even more by tweeting me the link to her Oreo Party Ice Cream.

 Really, it's just not fair.

So I ordered the ice cream maker - $40 from Amazon in RED, no less, and I have been making a batch a day since it arrived.

I'm pretty sure that's not part of my diet plan.

Whatever.  It's good.

Also, since I'm apparently a functioning alcoholic I enjoy the taste of liquor a bit, I've made a couple batches of tipsy ice cream, where tipsy equals that shit will get you falling down drunk.

So far, this has been my favorite.

If you don't have an ice cream maker, go buy one now.

Tell 'em The Jammie Girl sent ya.


2-3 tablespoons of instant coffee powder, depending on how strong a coffee taste you like
1/3 cup Kahlua
1/4 cup whole milk
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
2 1/4 cups heavy cream cream or half & half, depending on how large you would like your ass to grow
1/4 cup - maybe slightly less, sliced almonds that have been toasted in a non-stick skillet over low heat for about a minutes, then cooled
3 tablespoons chocolate fudge ice cream topping - I used Smuckers Chocolate Fudge, because with a name like Smuckers... Actually it was all my grocery store had.  So I bought it.

Mix the coffee powder, Kahlua, vanilla extract and whole milk in a small bowl.  Whisk it until all the coffee is dissolved.

Here is where it gets crazy complicated.

Make sure you're paying attention.

Put the coffee mixture, the sweetened condensed milk, and the cream or half and half in your ice cream maker and follow the manufacturer's directions.  Mine is crazy hard to navigate.  I have to push the "On" button.

Wait until the last 5 minutes of the cycle to add the almonds, then wait till the bitter end to add the fudge sauce.  You don't want to give the sauce time to blend in, just make lovely ribbons of fudge all through your ice cream.

Eat it all with a big spoon straight out of the ice cream maker.

Plan to up tomorrow's running workout from 3 miles to 8 miles.

It's totally worth it.


  1. That is the most sinfully delicious ice cream I've ever heard of. Forget cooking supper, I'm making this instead!

  2. Do you have any idea how much grief i'm going to give you about this recipe?

    Would it be bad if I bought an ice cream maker as a reward for running 15m in a week?

  3. @Angie, this is what I had for supper last night. Totally worth every calorie. @Dianna, I'm also working on some low calorie recipes... Lemoncello Ice anyone? Go buy one. It's an appropriate reward :-)

  4. I'm out of almonds. What the hell I'll make it anyway.

  5. @Beverly, Another option since you're out of almonds is to skip all the extraneous stuff and drink Kahlua straight out of the bottle. I've been known to do that occasionally.


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