We have a soft spot in our hearts for White Rabbit Creamy Candy. That yummy, chewy sweet from Shanghai that's made from milk, butter, and wrapped in a rice paper membrane that melts on the tongue and reminds us of our childhood. While the retro candy was born in the 1940s and was especially widespread in the '80s and '90s, it's been seeing a resurgence in popularity lately at hipster ice cream parlours here (such as Sunday Folks) and even as far as America. In celebration of the Easter bunny, we thought it’d be fun to whip up our own version of White Rabbit ice cream. But using a fuss-free three-ingredient recipe that doesn't require the use of an ice cream machine, so anyone can make it at home. There's even no need for any prior experience in making ice cream.