Summer time is the best time for frosty treats! Surprise your family with a fun dessert made from your favorite creamy ice cream or dairy free alternative surrounded by a crisp cinnamon coating. Drizzled with chocolate sauce or honey and served with ripe summer berries, Way Better Mock-Fried Ice Cream makes any gathering extra special. Way Better Mock-Fried Ice Cream is a dessert that seems like it take hours to make; only you need to know how simple it was to pull together.
Way Better Mock-Fried Ice Cream
1 quart vanilla ice cream, frozen yogurt, or dairy free alternative
1 1/2 cups crushed Simply Sweeet Potato Tortilla Chips
2 tablespoons turbinado sugar
1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
For garnish: honey, chocolate sauce or berries of choice
Allow ice cream to soften on counter until still frozen but soft enough to scoop, about 10 minutes. While ice cream softens, cover a large plate or small baking pan with plastic wrap or parchment paper.
When ice cream can be scooped, make 6 round balls of ice cream, placing them on plastic covered plate. Place plate into the coldest area of freezer for 30 minutes, or until ice cream balls are firm.
Mix together the crushed Simply Sweeet Potato Tortilla Chips, turbinado sugar and ground cinnamon until well blended. Roll frozen balls of ice cream in coating until well covered. Place coated ice cream back on plastic covered plate. Place plate into the coldest area of freezer for 30 minutes, or until firm.
If making ahead, after coated ice cream balls are firm, place into a freezer safe container, separating the ice cream with parchment or plastic wrap. Seal container and freeze.
To serve, place Way Better Mock-Fried Ice Cream in a bowl or on a plate. Drizzle with honey or chocolate sauce if desired and garnish with berries.
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