4 Mind-blowing Desserts with Lazza Chocolate Ice Cream!

Thick Shakes: 

Special chocolate based thick shakes which are popular in cafes these days can be made simply by adding chocolate bars like Snickers, KitKat, Toblerone, Ferrero Rocher, and so on which two scoops of Lazza Chocolate ice cream and ½ cup of milk, and can be served with chocolate sauce. Brownie shake can be made by adding a piece of chocolate brownie instead of chocolate bars and following the same recipe. Yes, it is as simple as that. But the experience really improves when the milkshake is served in special milkshake glasses and served with an extra scoop of Lazza ice cream or whipped cream on top with a straw.

Peanut Butter, Caramel and Chocolate Ice Cream Pie: 

Crush 15 digestive biscuits and mix with 3 tbsp butter. Press into the bottom and sides of a shallow serving dish. Free until hard, for about 15 minutes. Remove from the fridge. Spread a layer of smooth peanut butter, followed by a layer of caramel sauce. Freeze for another 15-20 minutes. Now spread a layer of Lazza Chocolate ice cream. Top with chopped Snicker bars.

Chocolate Mud Pie: 

Crush 15 Oreo cookies and add 2 tbsp butter. Press into the bottom and sides of a serving dish. Freeze for 15-20 minutes. Then spread a layer of chocolate ice cream and top with chocolate sauce. You can create swirl designs with the chocolate sauce using a fork. Freeze for 2 hours or until firm.

Almond Mocha Bombe: 

You will need chocolate brownies or chocolate swiss rollsLazza Chocolate ice creamLazza Kafchoc Almonds, almonds (chopped)and (melted) 55% chocolate. In a bowl, spread a plastic film or cling film. Place pieces of chocolate brownies or swiss rolls through the inside of the bowl. Then fill it with Lazza chocolate ice cream, chopped almonds, and Lazza Kafchoc almonds ice cream. Place more chocolate brownies or swiss rolls and seal the top. Freeze for 4 hours. Once set, turn the bowl upside down on to a plate, and remove the plastic wrap. Pour melted chocolate over the brownies/swiss rolls. Freeze until set.