Icings Recipes at Bake Decorate Celebrate! - Aurora. Fried Ice Cream. I’ve been astounded at the whole concept of fried ice cream for quite some time.
Like ice cream? And fried? How on earth…? As a devoted foodie and one of the most curious creatures on the planet, I just needed to find out. So the big day has come. And I’ve found out this: fried ice cream is surprisingly easy to make (if you know the tricks), it is beyond tasty, and you hear a lot of ‘WOW’ from your family and guests when you serve it.
Now I’d love to share the recipe with you… To start the whole process, you will need these ingredients. 1. I dipped them in warm water, it helps to scoop the ice cream more smoothly. 2. Vanilla is my favorite, hands down. 3. 4. To make the surface of the scoops more even, I rolled them between the palms of my hands for a very, very little while. Fudge. It’s really hard to believe that my first year as a freshman is over. It really feels like I was ranting about my fears of high school years just yesterday. I honestly anticipated this year to take forever, just like everything I don’t like seems to take, but really it just rushed right by. I’m surprised that I’m now a sophomore. I can still remember clearly of how I walked into the high school for the first time as a student, and wondering why school decor was always so drab.
And so sophomore year starts… Cajeta Brownies (Mexican Dulce de leche Brownies) Snickerdoodle Cupcakes. Twix Cheesecakes – Gingerbread Bagels - Aurora. The Pioneer Woman Cooks. I’m just finishing up the photos for my next recipe, but since we’re entering into flowery, lovely springtime, I wanted to bring this quick and easy—and too precious for color TV—dessert idea from my archives.
I first posted it back in 2007 as I was making my way through a little recipe book I used in high school, and my girls plan to make some this weekend. I expect you to have a freezerful of these delights by 5:00 this evening. Back on the golf course, I used to have a traditional back-to-school party for my friends and me every year. Because I apparently had nothing better to do with my time and focus, I’d have Cranes invitations printed, would dress in my finest floral dress or suit, and welcome 15-30 girls into my parents’ house, where we’d all toast one another with sparkling grape juice and feast on chicken salad with dill and baked brie and things like that.
Anyway, for the party after my sophomore year, I made these delightfully fun little flower pot desserts. But hey! (Oooh! Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread. I’m sorry.
I know it’s Monday morning and you probably came here for some pretty pictures of food that you could glance at, and then move on with your day… and here I go thrusting warm, soft cinnamon sugar bread in your face. Fried Ice Cream. I'm sure you are thinking about Cinco de Mayo this very minute.
You should be because it's in two days. We look for any excuse to celebrate. We look for any excuse to celebrate with food. This year I thought I'd share a recipe for deep fried ice cream. This would be considered one of my "BIGS". You will need a good quality Vanilla ice cream, corn flakes, flaked coconut and cinnamon. I just happen to find New Simply Cinnamon Corn Flakes. You can, of course, use regular corn flakes. You will need to make 5 scoops of ice cream from a quart size container. Drop the scoops of ice cream onto a baking sheet lined with waxed paper. Let me tell you what you don't have time for...PICTURES.
The ice cream melts too fast. Put the corn flakes in a plastic bag. Pound the corn flakes with a rolling pin or crush the corn flakes anyway you'd like...just crush them. Put the crushed corn flakes into a shallow bowl. Add 1 cup coconut. Add one tablespoon cinnamon. In shallow bowl add 2 eggs and 1 tablespoon milk.