Sit down together and eat... banoffee pie ice cream

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Serves: eight. Preparation time: 30 minutes plus freezing time: 2 hours.


100g butter

200g digestive biscuits

4 bananas

Kelly’s of Cornwall Clotted Cream ice cream or Kelly’s Cornish Dairy Vanilla ice cream

Jaffa Cake mini rolls

Kelly’s of Cornwall Clotted Cream and Honeycomb ice cream


Line a cake tin with cling film and gently melt the butter.

Place the biscuits in a sealed bag then bash with a rolling pin to make crumbs.

Mix the biscuit crumbs with the melted butter.

Push the crumb mixture into the cake tin to make a base.

Chop the bananas into slices and use to cover the biscuit base.

Cover the bananas with a layer of Kelly’s of Cornwall Clotted Cream Vanilla ice cream.

Chop the Jaffa Cake mini rolls into slices and place them on top of the ice cream.

For the final, super-indulgent flourish, finish off with a layer of Kelly’s Clotted Cream and Honeycomb ice cream.

Place the tin in the freezer for a couple of hours and then serve.

*This recipe has been created by Kelly’s of Cornwall with Alison Maclean, Dragons and Fairy Dust blogger, as part of Kelly’s Creative Kids in the Kitchen campaign.

Date: 17th May 2017.
Picture James Hardisty.
A handwritten blessing for a Yorkshire church sent by Pope Pius X in 1908 has been uncovered in an attic after being lost for 60 years and has been presented back to the parish priest at St Austin's Church, Wentworth Terrace, Wakefield. Pictured (left to right) Norman Hazell, President of the Catholic Young Mens Society, and Michael Timlin, Secretary of the Catholic Young Mens Society with Monsignor David Smith, holding the discovered letter.

Saint’s blessing from 1908 found in Wakefield loft