Here's an ice-cream recipe from the December issue of delicious. magazine. It's totally a cheat's version; quick, simple and yummy! The flavour was a little too strong for my taste but I'll do it again next year with a couple less fruit mince pies. As you can see from the picture, layering it with plain vanilla ice-cream works well too. If you like cookies-and-cream ice-cream you'll probably like this one.
Basically you take two litres of good quality vanilla ice-cream and let it soften a little. Then grab about 9 fruit mince pies and throw them, along with the ice-cream into a blender or food processor. Give it a whizz so that the pies are broken up and the ice-cream is good and smooshed without getting too runny. Put it into a container and stick it back in the freezer for about 4-5 hours. I didn't make the whole two litres worth, just a quarter or so of that was fine for us. For what it's worth, I think it would be fabulous with some sort of chocolate sauce!