|Place of origin||Israel|
|Region or state||Tel Aviv|
|Main ingredients||Tahini paste, vanila, eggs, cream, sugar|
Halva ice cream (Hebrew: גלידת חלבה) is an Israeli variation of ice cream which is made of sesame Halva, tahini, eggs, cream, and sugar, and usually topped with pistachios and Silan (date syrup). The ice cream was originally from the city of Tel Aviv. It has been compared to Snickers ice cream.
- Ottolenghi, Yotam (27 September 2013). "Sweet sensation: Yotam Ottolenghi's recipes for halva ice-cream and sweet spiced fishcakes". The Guardian. Retrieved 1 December 2014.
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