Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi

Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi

 

 

Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi | How to make easy and instant kulfi from leftovers | Easy malai kulfi at home with step by step instructions and video recipe

Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi is an easy, instant, Indian style almost no cook version. This is just  blend and freeze recipe…

What is kulfi?

Traditionally kulfi is made by thickening the milk. Milk is cooked till it is reduced to half, then coarse powder of nuts is added for that  perfect crunch. It is generally flavoured with cardamom, Kesar/saffron.

Making the traditional kulfi is a tedious process and I have always seen my Mother-in Law doing the same over the years.

So to cut that process short, I have come up with my version of malai kulfi, that is equally good and tasty, using leftovers from the fridge.

 

Kulfi from leftovers of whipped cream and bread

The idea of making jhatpat and easy kulfi dawned upon me, when I saw some whipped cream lying in the freezer, which was in excess after making  Coconut crust coffee mousse pie few days before.

I always store the excess whipped cream in the glass bottle and freeze it for later use. As the season has changed and it’s quite hot and humid here in Mumbai I was tempted to make something chilled.

So I added few more leftovers like caramel and condensed milk from the fridge and voila, creamy, yummy  malai kulfi is ready.

Simple and quick version of Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi

This is a simple and quick version of delicious recipe for basic Kulfi that I learnt from my Mom-in-law. I have made this style kulfi for the first time, and it got rave reviews from my family and everyone  loved it!

You may like my other Leftover makeover recipes listed below 👇👇

Watermelon rind halwaLeftover chapati chocolate mithaiLeftover onion peel teaLeftover bread puddingLeftover dough Dahivada and Leftover chapati cutlets.

 

Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi

 

How to make Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi :

Take out bread, caramel and whipped cream from the fridge to come to room temperature.

In a blender add the bread crumbs, condensed milk,  and caramel to form a creamy puree. Gently fold in whipped cream (with stiff peaks) into bread crumbs puree.

Next in a pan boil milk and cook oats for 3 minutes. Let it cool a bit. To this add whipped cream, and salt. Mix nicely.

Dry roast the nuts in a separate pan. Chop them. Fold in the dry roasted nuts. if required then add the sugar/honey.

Then pour in desired bowls/tins or kulfi molds. Garnish with some more chopped dry fruits. Cover it tight with lid and freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight…

Enjoy just like that or serve this with falooda.

 

 

 

Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi

 

Happy cooking

Regards ❤️

Lata

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Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi
 
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Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi is an easy, instant, Indian style almost no cook version. This is just a 2 step, blend and freeze recipe...
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Recipe type: Desserts
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • Chilled leftover whipped Cream (I always store the leftover whipped cream in a glass bottle in freezer) - 1 cup
  • Leftover condensed milk - ¼  cup
  • Caramel leftovers ( if u don’t have it- replace with ¼ cup of more condensed milk ) - 3 tsp
  • Slices of leftover white bread – remove brown part and grind to make crumbs - 2 slices
  • Oats - 3 spoons
  • Milk - ½ cup
  • Toasted chopped nuts of your choice - ¼ cup
  • Sea Salt/ regular salt - ½ tsp
  • Sugar or honey - as required/  optional
  • Cherries to garnish
Instructions
  1. Take out bread, caramel and whipped cream from the fridge to come to room temperature.
  2. In a blender add the bread crumbs, condensed milk, and caramel to form a creamy puree.
  3. Gently fold in whipped cream (with stiff peaks) into bread crumbs puree.
  4. Next in a pan boil milk and cook oats for 3 minutes.
  5. Let it cool a bit.
  6. Add this to whipped cream, salt and mix.
  7. Dry roast the nuts in a separate pan and chop them.
  8. Fold in the dry roasted nuts.
  9. if required then add the sugar/honey.
  10. Then pour in desired bowls/tins or kulfi molds.
  11. Garnish with some more chopped dry fruits.
  12. Cover it tight with lid and freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight…
  13. Enjoy just like that or serve this with falooda

 

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This Post Has 32 Comments

  1. Sangeeta Sethi

    Yummy superdelicious kulfi ..wud give a try for sure

  2. ARCHANA

    Wow! I love the idea of saving the whipped cream and the use of the balance in making this kulfi. Looks delicious and is simple to make too.

  3. Sandhya Nadkarni

    That kulfi looks so delicious Lata that I am going to make sure I have leftover whipped cream and condensed milk and I am crazy about caramel too! Yum!

    1. Lata Lala

      Sandhya it is the best use of leftovers and no one will ever come to know what went in this delicious kulfi.
      Thanks and let me know the feedback please.

  4. Vanitha Bhat

    Wow!! Everything about this dessert sounds delicious and scrumptious!! I love using up leftovers too to make quick dishes! Kudos to you dear for coming up with this stunner of a dish!

  5. seema sriram

    what a super duper comfort recipe, Lata!! We are heading to high heat sumers and it will just be so useful to have these ready treats.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Seema. Truly it’s a treat made out of leftovers.

  6. Pavani

    Wow, what a great idea to use up leftover whipped cream. I always end up with a little bit of whipped cream after making frosting etc. and this would be the perfect recipe to use it up in.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Pavani. Please do try this next time when your have leftover whipped cream.

  7. Mayuri Patel

    Never heard of kulfi with bread and oats but that does sound like a fantastic way to make a quick kulfi. Looks delicious.

  8. This is so delicious and what a great idea to use bread slices to give it the texture. I am going to give this a try. I have all the ingredients at home and this will be a lovely dessert for us.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Sandhya. It tasted amazing and it’s truly worth a try.

  9. Swati

    Loved this quick kulfi recipe with oats and bread.. a very good way of making Instant kulfi with fresh or leftover whipped cream.. looks so creamy and delicious!!

  10. Padma Veeranki

    Great idea right? This is something I always do when I have leftover cream, use it in another recipe!! Instant kulfi is always a hit however you make it…and I love the idea of using bread slices for the texture…Yummy share!!

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Padma. Bread has multiple uses and i sometimes thicken rabdi with it too.

  11. Anshu

    Lata, your kulfi looks incredibly good. Wonderful way of putting the leftover whipping cream to use. Also, I am sure bread and oats would have lent it an awesome texture.

    1. Lata Lala

      Bread and oats made the kulfi more creamier and thicker Anshu. It tastes beautiful like any regular kulfi.
      Thanks dear for stopping by.

  12. Jayashree T.Rao

    This is a quick dessert to make and ideal use of the left over whipped cream and condensed milk.

  13. Girl, can I be your neighbour? Love Kulfi, but never tried or tasted bread malai kulfi. Loving the idea of freezing leftover whipped cream, great tip!

    1. Lata Lala

      Jagruti please be. It would be so much fun. I love your all Gujju delicacies.
      Thank you and do tey this.

  14. sasmita

    Wow !! it really sounds delicious and scrumptious too.
    Perfect use of leftover whipped cream to make a quick dessert like this ! Use of oats and bread is a lovely idea 🙂

  15. Shailender Sharma

    Such an interesting and simple yet delicious recipe that too with leftovers. Now no need to worry about what is left behind & enjoy coming summers with this mouthwatering kulfi.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you so much Shailender for your kind words.

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