This Chocolate Frozen Custard is what chocolate dreams are made of. Smooth, chocolaty, creamy and absolutely luscious! It’s divine and you won’t be disappointed!
I know we are only weeks away from it officially being fall, but I’m squeezing in one last “summer” favorite of ours.
Say hello to this decadent Chocolate Frozen Custard. It’s heaven and it’s a chocolate lover’s dream come true.
I actually made this last summer and started the post but never finished it. I’m guessing my easily distracted mind went into fall baking mode and started posting pumpkin and apple recipes and forgot about this decadent treat. So when I saw this frozen custard post tucked away in my drafts folder, I knew I had to share it before it’s too late.
Just one problem though, I’m not sure what happened to the rest of the photos. They have disappeared from my compute. So you’re getting one photo and I’m keeping my fingers crossed it’s enough to make you drool and want to make this delicious frozen custard.
This stuff is smooth, velvety, rich, and it really is the perfect way to end a meal. And not just in the summertime. We honestly make homemade ice cream and/or frozen custard year round, and if you’re smart you do to.
A few tips homemade frozen custard:
- If your machine has a freezer bowl, keep it in your freezer year round. This way you’ll always be ready to make ice cream or frozen custard when that craving hits.
- Make sure the custard mixture is fully chilled before adding it to your machine. Because you have to cook part of this, allow plenty of time for it to cool. I always make it the night before so the cooked mixture can chill overnight.
- Put whatever storage container you’re going to use in the freezer while the custard is churning. This way it will be good and cold so when you transfer your custard/ice cream into it there will be minimal melting.
- We love this best after it has sat in the freezer for a couple hours. It firms up a bit more, but doesn’t get too frozen/hard. If it gets too hard in your freezer just let it sit out for a bit at room temperature.
- Place a piece of plastic wrap right up against the frozen custard before putting the storage lid on it. This helps prevent the top of the custard from getting icy on top.