Skip to main content

No-Fry Fried Ice Cream

(16 reviews)
No-Fry Fried Ice Cream
  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Total Time 10 min
  • Servings 8
  • Pinterest
    360
  • Fave
    417
  • Email
    134
  • Facebook
    127
  • Print
    1K

  • Pinterest
    360
  • Fave
    417
  • Email
    134
  • Facebook
    127
  • Print
    1K

No-Fry Fried Ice Cream

This quick Mexican-inspired dessert is made by rolling ice cream balls in a sweet and crunchy cereal topping. No frying required!

Ingredients

6
cups Wheaties cereal, crushed
2
tablespoons white sugar
3
tablespoons butter, melted
5
tablespoons corn syrup
2
teaspoons ground cinnamon
1
gallon vanilla ice cream, softened
Toppings: caramel syrup, chocolate syrup, whipped cream (optional)

Directions

  • 1 Combine crushed cereal, sugar, butter, corn syrup and cinnamon in a small bowl. Set aside.
  • 2 Shape ice cream into 3-inch balls and roll in the cereal mixture, pressing lightly to ensure each ball is fully coated. Place ice cream balls in muffin tins and freeze until ready to serve.
  • 3 Serve with syrup, whipped topping and a sprinkle of cinnamon if desired.
See Step By Step

Step By Step  

No-Fry Fried Ice Cream

As prepared by Girl Who Ate Everything,

If you love crispy fried ice cream but don’t love the greasy mess that accompanies it, this No-Fry Fried Ice Cream is for you!


I remember as a child being astounded at the whole concept of fried ice cream. So as an adult I attempted to make it myself and ended up with puddles of ice cream in the midst of splattering oil. What a disaster! This No-Fry Ice Cream is a quick and easy Mexican-inspired dish that has all of the crunch of actual fried ice cream but without all of the mess.


Easy No Fry Fried Ice Cream Recipe


I’m always stumped when it comes to planning dessert for a Mexican themed meal, and this No-Fry Fried Ice Cream has solved that problem for me. I like to eat mine with a drizzle of caramel syrup on top andsome sweetened whipped cream, and finished off with a sprinkle of cinnamon.


Time Saver Tip: This No-Fry Fried Ice Cream is so fast that it could easily be made right after dinner. But you don’t want to be in the kitchen if you are entertaining!  Make these ahead of time and enjoy your company instead. Just place the cereal coated balls in muffin tins and freeze them until you are ready to serve.


Love Ice Cream?


Get the whole family to chill with these cool recipes!



Here's the featured recipe for No-Fry Fried Ice Cream:




Christy joined the Tablespoon team to share her recipes and inspire family food fun. Watch her Tablespoon member profile for great new recipes!


What Mexican fare is your all-time fave? Share it with us!


 


See Recipe
Tips  

If you love crispy fried ice cream but don’t love the greasy mess that accompanies it, this No-Fry Fried Ice Cream is for you! I remember as a child being astounded at the whole concept of fried ice cream. So as an adult I attempted to make it myself and ended up with puddles of ice cream in the midst of splattering oil. What a disaster! This No-Fry Ice Cream is a quick and easy Mexican-inspired dish that has all of the crunch of actual fried ice cream but without all of the mess. I’m always stumped when it comes to planning dessert for a Mexican-themed meal, and this No-Fry Fried Ice Cream has solved that problem for me. I like to eat mine with a drizzle of caramel syrup on top andsome sweetened whipped cream, and finished off with a sprinkle of cinnamon. Time Saver Tip: This No-Fry Fried Ice Cream is so fast that it could easily be made right after dinner. But you don’t want to be in the kitchen if you're entertaining! Make these ahead of time and enjoy your company instead. Just place the cereal coated balls in muffin tins and freeze them until you are ready to serve.

Get the whole family to chill with these cool recipes! • Copycat DQ™ Ice Cream CakeApple Crisp Ice Cream PieHot Fudge Icebox CakeOreo™ and Caramel Ice Cream PieFrozen Key Lime Crunch Cake

Nutrition Information 
No nutrition information available for this recipe
See More  
More To Explore
powered by ZergNet

Comments (16)

Add a Review

From Around the Web

powered by ZergNet