She Starts By Sauteing Butter In A Saucepan, But Her Next Step Has Me Rushing To The Store!
One of my favorite desserts is Mexican Fried Ice Cream, but I have never attempted to make it myself. If I'm out at a restaurant and they have it, then I'm having it for dessert, hands down...
Start By Gathering All The Ingredients!Life In The Lofthouse
One of my favorite desserts is Mexican Fried Ice Cream, but I have never attempted to make it myself. If I'm out at a restaurant and they have it, then I'm having it for dessert, hands down. When I came across this recipe on Pinterest, I couldn't believe how easy this version of my favorite dessert was, I can actually make this right at home!
There are only a few steps, and although it's not technically fried (the recipe is more of a pan fried version), it is just as good!
Here's what you'll need:
Crushed Corn Flakes cereal
Vanilla Ice Cream (soften for 30 minutes)
You can get the proper measurements at Life In The Lofthouse, I have included the link to the tutorial at the bottom!
Melt The Butter In A SaucepanLife In The Lofthouse
Get a nice large saucepan and melt your butter in it.
Then Add Your Corn Flakes!Life In The Lofthouse
Next, you'll add your corn flakes and sugar and use your spatula to combine over heat. Cook for about 5 minutes, or until the flakes are golden brown, make sure not to burn them.
Press The Cornflakes On The Bottom Of Your Baking PanLife In The Lofthouse
Now get your baking pan, and add about 1/3 or so of the mixture into the bottom of the pan. It should look like the above photo.
Next, Make The Ice Cream Mixture!Life In The Lofthouse
In a large bowl, combine the softened vanilla ice cream, Cool Whip and cinnamon. Mix thoroughly and make sure it is a nice and smooth consistency, as pictured above.
Spread It Over The Cornflake Mixture In The Bottom Of Your Baking PanLife In The Lofthouse
Now you're ready to spread the ice cream mixture over the Corn Flakes in your baking pan. Create a nice and even layer.
Add The Remainder Of The Cornflakes Mixture On Top Of The Ice Cream Layering ItLife In The Lofthouse
Next add the remainder of the Corn Flakes mixture and lightly press over the ice cream layer, then drizzle the honey over the top. It should look like the dish above.
Freeze For At Least 5 Hours Or OvernightLife In The Lofthouse
Now it's time to set the ice cream. Put it in the freezer for about 5 hours or overnight. You want to make sure it is nice and set before it's ready to serve.
Cut Your Servings And Serve ImmediatelyLife In The Lofthouse
When you're ready to serve, drizzle with your chocolate and caramel sauces. Feel free to add whipped cream, cherries or your favorite toppings!
There you go, an easy rendition of Mexican "Fried" Ice Cream! Yum!