Faux Fried Ice Cream Recipe

by Beth Montgomery on January 30, 2010 · 3 comments

in Dessert Recipes, Frugal Cooking, Recipes

Faux Fried Ice Cream It was my birthday and all I wanted was (naturally) a Mexican Fiesta.   As my mom and I were planning the menu, I suddenly got a brillant idea – fried ice cream.   Of course, we weren’t planning ahead.   We were planning dinner for that night at 3 PM.   But, fried ice cream has to be quick and easy, right?   WRONG!

Fried ice cream takes hours.   You have to freeze it, fry it, freeze it some more.   It spends like a total of 4-6 hours in the freezer, so that option was out. Craving fried ice cream now, we came up with a solution – faux fried ice cream. It’s not fried, but in my opinion, it was better than the real stuff!   Probably healthier too.

– – Ingredients – –

  1. Vanilla ice cream
  2. Caramel (pictured) or honey topping
  3. Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal

– – Directions – –

  1. Scoop ice cream in to your bowl.
  2. Grab a handful of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal and crunch lightly in a bag or in your hand. You want it to be chunky still.
  3. Coat your ice cream with the cereal.
  4. Drizzle with topping.
  5. Enjoy!

– – Centsible Cooking Tips & More – –

  1. Kid-Friendly: This recipe is already kid-friendly. Trust me!
  2. Swap It: Use vanilla yogurt instead of ice cream to make it healthier.

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