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Ghanaian Abele Walls Recipe

Ghanaian Abele Walls Recipe

Abele Walls brings back lots of childhood memories for many Ghanaians, as it is sold in front of many schools by vendors when the closing bell rings. It is said that the British company, Unilever, introduced the frozen dessert called the Wall’s Ice cream to the people of Ghana. The company was then located in the Greater Accra Region, densely populated by the Ga people. The Gas referred to anything with a delicious taste as Abele (corn i.e., sweet corn) and hence the name Abele Walls was birthed. Abele Walls is creamy, delicious, and has a variety of flavours and colours that are all equally as tasty. It’s definitely your go-to recipe if you’re in search of a tasty treat! Say goodbye gloom and hello yum!


Let us begin







  • In a saucepan, pour in the flour together with water. Bring it to a boil under medium heat.
  • Using a whisk, stir from time to time until the mixture thickens. Pour the mixture into a clean mixing bowl.
  • Afterwards pour in evaporated milk and milk powder into a mixing bowl. Add water and bring it to a stir and then pour into the flour mixture and stir.
  • Also, add vanilla essence and pineapple flavour essence to give a sweet taste and flavour to the ice cream. 
  • Add sweetened condensed milk to give additional taste. Using a funnel, pour the mixture into cups. Insert stick or sokodua into the cup containing the ice cream mixture. 
  • For different colours, add a teaspoon of food colour to the ice cream mixture and stir it. Freeze for 2-3 hours and Abele Walls is ready.