Cookies 'n Cream Frozen Mochi
These frozen balls of cookies ‘n cream mochi ice cream are seriously addictive! Quick and easy to make, and easily adapted for vegans, this is about to become your new favourite dessert snack.
Mochi are squishy, sweet and delicious Japanese sweets or wagashi. Traditionally made from pounded sticky or glutinous rice, mochi comes in a variety of forms, flavours and fillings. Mochi ice cream, or frozen mochi, is one of my favourite treats!
In my version of this fantastically delicious treat, they come together in 30 minutes and are super easy to make. Balls of shop-bought ice cream are wrapped in a quick and easy chocolate mochi dough – made in the microwave, so no lengthy pestle and mortar pounding is required!
Requiring only 7 ingredients, and 30 minutes of prep and cook time, these are simple, tasty and can even be made vegan!
These frozen mochi are perfect as quick and impressive snacks when entertaining, or just to spoil yourself – you deserve it!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I buy glutinous rice flour?
You can find glutinous rice flour at your local Asian grocery store, or online.
Can I make this vegan?
You can indeed! Simply use your favourite vegan ice cream for the filling.