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    North Pole Novelties (Frozen Desserts)

    Desserts from the freezer. Yum! Made ahead and ready to go when you are. Great convenience. Many kid friendly and also appeal to the "kid" in us grown-ups too.

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    An Especially Great non traditional Thanksgiving Dessert! Prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #45256

    A great kid pleaser, but adults like them too. Prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #45258

    Goes great with that holiday pecan or apple pie, or even by itself it a real pleaser! Mixture needs to chill for 2 hours before being churned and then frozen.

    Recipe #45366

    A real Kid Pleaser....but pleases the "kid" in adults too!! Prep time does not include freezing time.

    Recipe #46258

    Freeze at least 8 hours...Overnight probably is preferable!

    Recipe #46264

    An easy, yet elegant dessert that is not only yummy but impressive to your family or guests. Chill time is not included in the prep time.

    Recipe #46265

    2 Reviews |  By Tweeky

    Chocolate cookie crumb crust enriches this easy to make but dramatic dessert. It can be prepared ahead and frozen. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator. I clipped this out of a brochure years ago and have made it several times with rave reviews! IT'S HEAVENLY! Prep time is long due to the fact that once it is assemble the mousse needs to chill for at least six hours. I have always done it overnight. I also think it is much tastier and has better consistency if it is frozen and then thawed before consumed, just personal preference.

    Recipe #59400

    Sometimes you just need to have that Chocolate and Peanut Butter fix to get through things that have gotten you down. This will do it! It takes a little work, but it is well worth the effort. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #65982

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