Fry’s Turkish Delight Ice Cream (No Churn)

With all this nice weather we’ve been having, I knew it was time for another ice cream recipe. I never thought that my Fry’s Turkish Delight Fudge recipe would be the most popular recipe on my blog- you all seem to love it! I also made some Fry’s Turkish Delight Brownies which are also very popular. So, when it came to choosing an ice cream flavour, I knew it had to be Fry’s Turkish Delight!

As you know, I’m a big fan of fuss-free methods and this recipe is no churn, just like my Milkybar Ice Cream. It is so easy to make and it tastes amazing!

I used 2 tbsp of Rose water (you can buy this at most supermarkets). You can use more Rose water for a stronger flavour if you wish, but I thought this amount was just right without being overpowering.

I also used 5 bars of Turkish Delight, but you can use anywhere from 3-6 bars or even none at all! I did add some gel food colouring to make it pink, but you can leave this out if you wish- I just thought it looked pretty. If you do decide to use food colouring, make sure you use gel/paste food colouring and not the liquid ones they sell at the supermaket as these aren’t strong enough.

I really hope you love this ice cream as much as I do!

Adrianna x

Fry’s Turkish Delight Ice Cream (No Churn)

An easy no churn Rose flavoured ice cream with chunks of Fry's Turkish delight
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 5 hours 10 minutes
Servings 15


  • 2 tbsp  Rose Water
  • 3-6 51 g Bars of Fry's Turkish Delight Chopped into chunks
  • 600  ml Double cream
  • 397 g Tin of condensed milk
  • Pink gel/paste food colouring (Optional)  I used Sugarflair


  • Using an electric whisk, whisk the double cream until soft peaks form (be very careful not to over whisk). Add the pink food colouring, Rose water and condensed milk and whisk to soft peaks again.
  • Layer a 2lb loaf tin with a little ice cream and some of the Turkish delight chunks and repeat. You want about 4 layers so the Turkish Delight doesn't sink to the bottom. Freeze for at least 5 hours.
  • To serve, let the ice cream soften for around 15 minutes.


For a stronger Rose flavour, add an extra tbsp of Rose water.
The Turkish delight is optional, you can just use the Rose water if you prefer.
You can use 3-6 bars of Turkish Delight in this recipe (I used 5).
The food colouring is optional, however the liquid food colouring from the supermarkets isn’t strong enough, you will need to use a paste/gel food colouring such as Sugarflair. 
Add the food colouring gradually until you get the desired colour.
You can use any tin or tub to make this ice cream- it just needs to be able to hold around 2 litres.This ice cream will last for around 2-3 months in the freezer.
Leave to soften for around 15 minutes before serving.

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