Saturday, September 17, 2011

Deep Fried Ice Cream

Our dessert this week is something that a lot of people don't even know you can make~Fried Ice Cream! But, believe it or not, it's easy and delicious! You will want to make this!
Deep Fried Ice Cream
Tempura Mix
Vanilla Ice Cream
     White Bread(1 per person)
Vegetable Oil
Take a scoop of ice cream and put it in the middle 
of a piece of bread.
Fold the bread around the scoop of cream.
Pinch the edges of the piece of bread together.
Work quickly. You may have to stretch the bread slightly.
Wrap each roll in plastic wrap and put in the freezer 
for at least 1/2 hour. They can be kept in the 
freezer for up to 2 days.
If you want to use a larger scoop of ice cream,
use two pieces of bread to cover the cream. 
Just pinch the edges together where needed.
Make the tempura mix according to directions on the box.
It just requires ice water.
Turn the fryer to 375 degrees. I used a deep fryer,
but you can use a pan with oil in it. You do not have to worry about 
enough oil to cover the ice cream balls because you
can turn them as they are cooking.
Dip the bread covered ice cream ball in the tempura. 
Completely cover it.
Drop in oil carefully.
We used a wire scoop to control the ice cream ball in the oil.
A couple forks will work great too.
Continue to make sure the ice cream is turned to 
get an even brown color.
You can use a spoon to turn the ice cream also.
When the ice cream becomes a pretty light brown
color, take it out of the oil. Let it drain for a moment
on paper towels. But quickly!
Move it to your serving plate quickly.
Sprinkle the ice cream with confectioners sugar.
 
Drizzle the top with caramel. You could also use
chocolate or raspberry sauce, or whatever you like.
Here is an inside view.
Enjoy!

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7 comments:

  1. I have never even tasted fried ice cream if you can believe it! Yours looks awesome.

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  2. Yes, please! :) I would love it if you shared it on Makin' You Crave Monday over at my blog, MrsHappyHomemaker.com!!

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  3. We just love fried Ice Cream and your recipe looks delicious. Your presentation is lovely! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope you are having a great week!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  4. My husband will go nuts when I make this, never knew how, he loves, loves fried ice cream! Thanks for sharing and can't wait to surprise him!

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  5. This is my favorite dessert, but I've never learned how to make it. Thank you so much for this recipe and post! Pinning. :)
    MommyCrusader.com

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