Heinz has just launched a selection of DIY ice cream kits which comes in ketchup, mayonnaise, BBQ sauce and salad cream flavours.
Designed to inspire you and bring out your weirdest array of tastebuds, Heinz has launched kits that will allow you to make the wackiest of ice cream flavours from the comfort of your home.
The DIY ‘Heinz Creamz’ kit comes with a selection of accessories so that you make the yummiest no-churn ice cream. As well as the sauce of your choice, you will be provided with your chosen recipe, a golden scoop, a golden spoon and a branded reusable tub that your ice cream be served up in.
According to Heinz, it will only take you 15 minutes to prepare the treats and you will need just four ingredients – although you will be supplied with your chosen flavour, you will need to supply the other ingredients which are double cream, condensed milk and whole milk.
Heinz has stated that the ice cream flavours are “rich and delicious” and are best served with a sprinkle of meringue and a swirl of raspberry coulis, so you can have “the ultimate summer’s day pud”.
Fortunately, vegans won’t have to miss out either. Heinz has also developed a recipe so that you can enjoy a refreshing and cooling ketchup sorbet too. This is best served with a fresh sprig of basil and a drizzling of basil pesto.
Speaking of the Heinz ice cream flavours, the mayo ice cream is apparently “smooth and creamy” and has been suggested to be topped up with apple and blackberry compote and a layer of crumble.
Meanwhile, the “sweet and smoky” barbeque sauce should be well complemented with maple syrup, pecans and a dash of bacon bits.
In addition to this, the salad cream should taste delicious with a selection of summer strawberries.
For fans of ‘Saucy Sauce‘, which blends the flavours of ketchup and mayonnaise, you’re in luck as Heinz has confirmed there is an option for this too.
David Chalbert, the senior brand manager for Heinz sauces, stated: “This summer is looking different for many of us, and while we might be staycationing or staying at home more than in other years, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the joys of a good ice cream.”
For those interested, the DIY ice cream kits will be available to purchase from July 1 for the price of £15. You can order it online from Heinz’s home delivery website, which includes the recipes too.
Available to all UK addresses, it will cost you £3.50 for the delivery of the boxes and £4 if you live in Northern Ireland.