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Giveaway: A Month's Supply of Kelly's Ice Cream

Kelly's Ice Cream

I recently took part in the Kelly's of Cornwall Ice Cream Scooping Challenge which is running throughout the whole of August. The aim of the challenge was to come up with a brand new Ice Cream Sundae recipe to tickle the taste buds. I obliged (obviously, because who can refuse proper Cornish Ice Cream) and came up with this amazing Strawberry Honeycomb 'Cheesecake' Sundae recipe using their Honeycomb Crunch Ice Cream.

Strawberry Honeycomb Cheesecake Sundae recipe


Kelly's have kindly given me a month's supply of Ice Cream vouchers to giveaway on my blog so one of you can enjoy a bowl (or several bowls in this case) of their yummy Cornish Ice Cream this summer. You could even try recreating my Strawberry Honeycomb 'Cheesecake' Sundae recipe, or perhaps invent a new Sundae recipe of your own.

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Comments

  1. Not sure if I have a favourite but salted caramel is pretty good.

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  2. Vanilla because you can add lots of different toppings to make it into different flavours :)

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  3. Has to be Vanilla as it's so versatile!

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  4. I love vanilla but with anything extra in like choc chips or cookie dough.

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  5. Mint choc chip is a favourite of mine, as I like the intensity of flavour.

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  6. I don't know if I've ever settled on a favourite but I really love cookie dough and also double chocolate chip! :)

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  7. Mint choc chip is my fav x

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  8. I like anything nutty/chocolately/honeycomby

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  9. i love salted caramel ice cream but really any ice cream is good icecream ;) xx fab gveaway thankyou

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  10. I love mint Choc chip ice cream

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  11. it sounds strange but you wont know until you have tried it, but I love cherry tomato and basil icecream - it is truly delicious

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  12. Pistachio CHERYL HADFIELD

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  13. Love a vanilla and honeycomb me yum x

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  14. Hard one but I think pistachio just pips it.

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  15. Strawberry. Always has been, always will be. It's just amazing!

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  16. I love pistachio ice cream :)

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