Was served this dessert at sweet sister's dinner. She drizzled carmel sauce over it - we loved the crunchy part so much that we even added that sprinkled on top.
It is very hard to find a non-fried fried ice-cream recipe. This was very easy recipe and turned out super yummy! I used Honey Bunches of Oats with Almonds cereal and brown sugar instead of white sugar. I also drizzled chocolate syrup with the honey. Totally yummy and very simple!
I thought these turned out so tasty! I ended up using honey bunches of oats for the cereal. (can't remember which flavor). And we drizzled caramel over the top. They turned out so good. I had cereal mixture left over and we ate it plain and on bananas later. Yummy
Excellent recipe and lots of compliments from our mexican dinner party! Will definitely do again! I used Honey Bunches of Oats. Drizzled honey on some of them and chocolate on the others and topped with almonds
Loved this recipe. So easy and tastes just like "fried" ice cream without all the fuss. I drizzled it with chocolate sauce and some whipped cream just to make it pretty. It got great reviews when I served it for dessert following a meal of fajitas. I highly recommend!
I served this over a brownie for my husband's birthday. It earned raves from everyone!
We had an early Cinco de Mayo celebration tonight (May 1) and I served this for dessert. It was a hit! My Mother scarfed it up and took home a couple more for tomorrow. Easy, good, and really like the Special K suggestion for next time. Meant to, but forgot to serve chocolate sauce. Very good without it.
WOW! This was super yummy and easy! I made this for "mexican night". I used the Special K cinnamon pecan with a little extra cinnamon and no butter. Really good stuff. Thanks!
Better than I have ever had at ANY restaurant! So, so good! I love it with honey and my son likes his with chocolate syrup!
I made it for dessert for our Cinco de Mayo menu. This was so simple & delish! Everyone loved it and has requested it to be made again. We've never had "real" fried ice cream, so I don't know how it compares, but I'm loving this version! I used a different cereal called Wheaties Fuel- it's a mixture of small whole wheat flakes & crispy rice cereal pieces that are slightly sweet with a cinnamon taste. I put the cereal in a freezer baggie & crushed it with a cup, then spread it on a cookie sheet and baked it, occasionally stirring it. With this cereal I didn't add anything- no butter, sugar or cinnamon. It worked & tasted great! I did find I had to smoosh the cereal onto the ice cream balls a little- I wanted really good coverage all around and rolling them in the crushed cereal didn't provide that. We get to try it with the honey or chocolate sauce on it, I can only imagine that makes it all the better!