Beer ice-cream, because England.
Like avocado smoothies, avocados bring a lightness and creaminess to ice-cream. A touch of lime juice brings a zingy boost.
Hokey pokey ice-cream is an easy-to-love New Zealand creation of vanilla ice-cream filled with crunchy pieces of golden honeycomb. It is a natural pairing with caramel sauce.
The chocolate-cinnamon flavour combination popular in Mexican cuisine has ancient Aztec and Mayan roots.
Basil may not sound like a typical ice-cream addition, but its soft aniseed flavour adds a natural sweetness and exotic aroma.
Vietnamese coffee is a distinctive feature of Vietnamese cuisine: rich condensed milk mixed with strong coffee. These popsicles channel this appeal, with a coffee base and toffee sauce.
Dulce de leche - a type of rich, bittersweet caramel popular in Argentina - is a party-pleasing ingredient whatever the dessert.
Recreate this earthy and refreshing sushi-shop favourite at home.
Halva is a paste made from almonds popular in Middle Eastern sweets. In ice-cream, it's rich and nutty.
You don't need an ice-cream maker for this simple dessert - infuse milk with spices, then strain and freeze it. You can pour the mixture into one large container for a whole iced dessert, or into individual portions.
An elegant iced dessert that blends the elements of nougat (almonds, pistachios, honey, glaće fruit, egg whites) with cream, and doesn't require an ice-cream maker.
Pandan is used in South Pacific cuisine to flavour desserts, bringing a unique sweet and piney aroma.
Like a freshly baked pumpkin pie, but in ice-cream form.
Olive oil sounds like an unusual base for an ice-cream, but trust us on this - it works. Depending on the olive oil you use, the result may be rich and golden-tasting, or more peppery or grassy.
Bread ice-cream? You better believe it. Soda bread crumbs make a surprising but well-suited addition to smooth ice-cream, bringing a sour crunch.
The flavours of Turkish delight are fully felt in this floral-tasting ice-cream, which combines pistachios, pieces of turkish delight and rosewater with the cream mixture.
Sunny passionfruit ice-cream sandwiched between airy pavlova brings together the flavours of Australian summer in one bite.
A cross between a mousse and gelato, this semi-frozen dessert is a great one for summer as you don’t need an ice-cream maker.
Banana and caramel are one of life's great pairings. Add to this a boozy ice-cream to cut through all the sweetness and you've struck dessert magic, friends.
On a hot summer's day, there's nothing like this refreshing ice-cream to cool you down. The balance of the sweet mangoes and herbaceous Thai basil is truly a flavour explosion. Choose mangoes when they are in season and at their peak.
This rich, smooth-as-silk chocolate indulgence is sure to become a household staple. Sorry.