Have you had fried ice cream before?
Isn’t it so delicious. Crispy, cool and sweet with a delicious cinnamon flavor.
I stopped by Smart and Final and Picked up what I needed.
First Street Honey Nut Tasteeos, Tortillas and First Street Ice Cream it was $2.49. I had the chocolate syrup and cherries.
I set the ice cream on the counter while I assembled the other item I needed and it gave it time to soften nicely.
I have a small shaker jar full of cinnamon and sugar. It’s two parts sugar one part cinnamon. I had to tie a ribbon on it as I’ve grabbed it in a hurry thinking it was the pepper and well….although cinnamon is delicious, it cannot be interchanged for pepper in my opinion. The ribbon is a big help to me.
Preheat oven 350 degrees.
I placed 2 1/2 cups of the Honey Nut Tasteeos Cereal in a food processor.
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon sugar mixture
pulsed it until the cereal had broken down to crumbs
I scooped out about a cup of vanilla, with a large spoon and formed it into a ball, then rolled it in the cereal mixture. Placed them on wax paper and froze them while I prepared the tortillas.
I sprinkled the cinnamon sugar mixture on both sides of the tortillas and placed then on the bottom of an upside down small bowl to bake them to give them a slight bowl shape. If you bake them in the cup, they stick. I put four small oven proof cups on a tray upside down, then place the tortillas on the bottoms of the bowls. Bake for about 8-10 minutes.
Take them out and let them cool. You can place them in the freezer for a couple minutes to speed it along.
Once the tortillas are cooled the ice cream has firmed up and you are ready to assemble.
Place the ice cream ball on tortilla, drizzle with chocolate sauce and top it off with a cherry.
This took 30 minutes to prep and assemble.
This has been a compensated post as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias, All opinions are my own.
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