Honeycomb & Mango Ice-cream Recipe

Mango & honeycomb Ice Cream - The creative Mummy

I have two variations to this recipe. You can make the ice cream or buy it either way it is delicious.
I make this recipe the day before to allow it to freeze.

The first recipe makes a large quantity. So I use a loaf tin and a Tupperware jelly ring or you can use 2 loaf tins.

What you need

2 L vanilla ice cream
600 mls premium custard
2 mangos
2 packets of chocolate honeycomb.

What to do

1. Remove ice cream from freezer allowing it to melt slightly.
2. Remove skin from mangos and cut into small pieces.
3. Without opening honeycomb packet crush honeycomb with meat pounder.
4. Place ice cream in a large bowl and mix in custard. Add half of the mango (1 mango) and 1 packet of honeycomb stir in till well combined.
5. Line tins with cling wrap (this helps to remove ice cream from tin once frozen.)
6. Pour ice cream into tins cover with cling wrap and place in freezer for 6 hrs or over night.


Since purchasing our Thermomix I refuse to buy ice cream. I have converted the above recipe slightly by making my own vanilla ice cream. As the quantity is not as much as above you will only make enough ice cream for one loaf tin.

Semifredo Vanilla Icecream

(Donna Hay recipe converted) Thermomix


What you need

3 eggs

2 egg yolks (extra)

220 g raw sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

600ml whipping cream


What to do

1. Mix 220g of raw sugar on speed 9 for 10 seconds

Add eggs and egg yolks and mix on speed 3, 50 degrees for 2 minutes.

Add Butterfly and mix for a further 4 minutes on speed 4.


Add vanilla extract and mix on speed 6 for 10 seconds.

Set this mixture aside and clean bowl.

Insert butterfly and add whipping cream and whip on speed 3 for 1 minutes (or until soft peaks occur). Please watch as you don’t want it to turn to butter!!

Add the rest of the mix you put aside and mix on speed 4 for 20 seconds.

Put in freezer.

My addition to this Thermomix recipe.

Once the ice cream has been in the freezer for 2 hrs remove from freezer and stir in half chopped mango(1 mango) and one packet of honeycomb. Pour mixture into lined loaf tin. Place back in freezer over night or for 5 hrs.



Remove from freezer and place ice cream onto plate removing cling wrap. Place chopped mango & honeycomb on top.



8 thoughts on “Honeycomb & Mango Ice-cream Recipe

  1. Now this looks amazing Fran I am definitely going to make this yummy dessert………xo

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  3. that looks AMAZING Fran!! YUM i am definately going to have to give that one a go. i’ve never made my own ice cream but that recipe you have there looks pretty straight forward. talk soon xox Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2013 07:44:48 +0000 To: quicksilver500@hotmail.com

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