Chocolate-coated Ice Cream!

For this, you will need greased cylindrical bowls (like katoris), biscuit base (made with 12 powdered arrowroot biscuits mixed with 3 tbspbutter), Lazza ice cream scoops (any 2 flavors (for ex, strawberry, and chocolate) of your choice), and solid chocolate sauce.

Take single scoops of ice cream kept with some space between each other in a tray or box with a lid and freeze them for 2 hours. In the greased bowl, spread a cling film or plastic film and spread one flavor of ice cream (for ex, strawberry). Place a scoop of the other (for ex, chocolate) and cover with the first flavor on the sides and top. Spread a layer of the biscuit base and freeze for 2 hours. Now, remove these from the bowls on to a wire rack and pour solid chocolate sauce on top. Freeze overnight. This is like a chocolate coated ice cream with a surprise inside. Some other good flavors to try together are mango-vanilla, strawberry-pista, jackfruit-vanilla, and so on.


Solid Chocolate Sauce

Have you ever wondered the vanilla swirl cone which is covered with a hard chocolate shell becomes hard in the first place? The answer is quite simple. It can be made at home easily and enjoyed with Lazza ice creams of your choice. All you need is a bar of bittersweet chocolate and coconut oil. For every cup of chopped chocolate, you will need 1/3 cup of coconut oil. You can microwave it for 30-second intervals or melt it on a double boiler (over a bowl of simmering water without the bottom of the bowl in which the chocolate is melting touching the water). Once this is done, just pour it over any Lazza ice cream of your choice, and you’ll see it harden in a minute. It would be even better if served on a cone. Enjoy!