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Christmas pudding ice cream from Salcombe Dairy

Christmas Pudding Ice Cream Salcombe DairyJust because it’s cold outside does not mean ice cream can’t be part of your seasonal celebrations (yes, yes, not a good idea for people with diabetes, but for a treat, or even a hypo-stopper?). The folks at Salcombe Dairy have created an entire range of Christmas flavours, including Christmas Pudding ice cream. Shaped like a traditional pudding, it even has a brandy butter ice cream topping. Made using fresh full cream milk and double cream, delivered every morning straight from a local farm a stone’s throw away, the milk and cream is combined with brandy, dried fruits and mixed spices it can be an accompaniment to your warm mince pies or chocolate Yule log. There’s a Cinnamon ice cream in the range, a Champagne Sorbet plus a further five festive favourites: Brandy Butter, Irish Cream, Chocolate Orange, Peppermint Chocolate Flake, and a Chocolate Sorbet. Salcombe Dairy, established in 1981, uses only the finest ingredients and sources local products where possible. It has a range of over 40 ice creams, sorbets and frozen yoghurts. Salcombe Dairy does not use homogenised milk and uses a natural seaweed extract to stabilise its ice creams. £11.50 for a 2ltr tub from Salcombe Dairy and local independent retailers. www.salcombedairy.co.uk

http://salcombedairy.co.uk/about-us/where-to-buy/

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