Easy Fried Ice Cream. Watch me make this easy fried ice cream from start to finish! You wanna know something….my first time having or making fried ice cream was last week! The ice cream balls must be frozen solid before breading.
All the flavors of the classic without the actual frying!! Crisp cinnamon coating surrounds cold and Having fried ice cream is a treat usually reserved for going out to eat at the local Mexican restaurants. In a shallow dish, combine cornflakes and cinnamon. You can cook Easy Fried Ice Cream using 7 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Easy Fried Ice Cream
- Prepare 4 cup of Plain Corn Flakes.
- It's 1 cup of White Sugar.
- You need 1 1/2 tbsp of Brown Sugar.
- It's 1/4 cup of Cinnamon.
- It's 10 of Scoops of Vanilla, Cookies n' Cream, Or Choco Chip Ice Cream (Two Big Scoops per Person).
- You need 1 of Whipped Cream (Cool Whip Or Ready Whip).
- You need 1 of Pan Of Oil For Frying Flakes.
Fried ice cream is one of my favorite summer treats at the fair (and that's saying something, because there are a lot of delicious fried treats at the fair). Sure, I love the contrast between the cold, frozen ice cream and the hot, crunchy coating, but I also love it because it's the only time I ever eat it — it. Fried Ice Cream is shockingly simple and let's you use any of your favorite cereal or ice cream! Frying ice cream just sounds stressful to us.
Easy Fried Ice Cream instructions
- Heat up the oil until hot enough for frying. (If you flick water off your hand into the oil and it sizzles, its ready).
- Once hot, Drop in your Corn Flakes and Fry until a nice Golden Brown which is slightly darker then the original color. (Approx. 30 Seconds).
- Pull out the flakes with a straining spoon, and set on a bed of paper towels to soak up the oil a bit..
- In the meantime, Mix your cinnamon, Brown sugar, and White sugar together in a small bowl..
- Then place the flakes in a container with a lid, add your sugar and cinnamon mixture, close the lid and shake until flakes are completely coated..
- Set Coated Flakes Aside, and Scoop two scoops of Ice Cream (Your choice) into five individual bowls (Or there is 10 scoops in recipe so, feel free to individualize how you like).
- Scoop Some Of The Fried Flakes Over Each Bowl until Covering the top. Press flakes onto Ice cream with a spoon until tightly pressed onto it..
- Top with your favorite whipped cream and enjoy! :).
So we opted to skip it. Instead, we coat ice cream in buttery, crunchy corn flakes that gets toasted separately so they taste fried without the drama. Fried ice cream might sound impossible, but it's actually pretty simple. Pull out your favorite ice cream flavor and get ready to add a little extra crunch. You can also store your "fried" ice cream in the an airtight container in the freezer for up to a week.