Deep Fried Ice Cream

This dessert tastes as delicious as it sounds! It’s a little twist to our timeless love, ice cream. There are many different ways to make this, here is a general idea of how you can.

Start of by scooping out your ice cream on a tray lined with butter paper. Scoop out as many ice cream balls that you want to make. Put these back in the freezer for about half an hour.

After these scoops have frozen solid, coat them with crushed cornflakes and put them back in the freezer for another half an hour.
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Remove these from the freezer and coat them with an egg wash (Mix one egg and a dash of milk) and another layer of the crushed cornflakes.

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Keep these in the freezer for about 2 hours or until frozen solid.
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Remove them from the freezer when you want to make them and deep fry them one at a time in hot oil (make sure the oil is pretty hot before you put these in). Fry them for no more than 10- 15 seconds or else it will fall apart.

Plate and garnish them with some chocolate syrup, powdered sugar or anything else that you like.

Serve hot. ❤

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