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Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs

A large batch of these melt-in-the-mouth Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs keep well in the freezer for weeks. Tastes like fried ice-cream – less trouble !

Make a large batch of these melt-in-the-mouth Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs which keeps well in the freezer for weeks and you will always have a tasty treat on hand ~ tastes like fried ice-cream, but less trouble ! Everyone's favorite Summer frozen treat ! #IceCreamBombs #IceCream #MakeAheadTreats

You can make a large batch of these Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs. Keep them on hand in a sealed container and they will be great in the freezer for weeks.

When I make a large batch, I usually make 24 Ice-Cream Bombs at a time. After the first initial freeze, I wrap each one in wax paper (loosely) and then place them all in a suitable container.

This makes it easy for anyone of us to grab one of these delightful treats whenever we feel like it.

I only heat up the oven when all of us are having these for dessert. One at a time, we put into the microwave for about 10 seconds. Just enough to soften the ice-cream slightly to a little harder than soft serve stage.

The baked crust tastes amazing ! And I have to make extra every time as I can not resist having a spoonful (or three!) right after baking a batch.

The smell of the baking crust is heavenly !

I like to serve these Ice-Cream Bombs in the square muffin cups as it is a very convenient size with some extra room to play around with your dessert.

The cups are also oven and microwave friendly, without heating up itself, which might result in a too hot to handle by hand serving dish.

Make a large batch of these melt-in-the-mouth Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs which keeps well in the freezer for weeks and you will always have a tasty treat on hand ~ tastes like fried ice-cream, but less trouble ! Everyone's favorite Summer frozen treat ! #IceCreamBombs #IceCream #MakeAheadTreats

Take note that these go into the oven for only a minute or so and 10 seconds at most in the microwave. Leave it longer and you will have a small bowl of melted crust and ice-cream all mixed up.

On a very hot day, you could really skip any heating up of the Ice-Cream Bombs as it will go softer within minutes (the crust would not be warm though, which it would be when heating).

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Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs

Yield: 8 Servings

Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs

Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs

A large batch of these melt-in-the-mouth Crusted Honey Ice-Cream Bombs keep well in the freezer for weeks. Tastes like fried ice-cream - but less trouble !

Prep Time 15 minutes
Bake Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes

Ingredients

  • 8 Scoops Vanilla Ice-Cream (about 1/4 cup each)
  • 2 1/2 cups Corn Flakes Cereal, coarsely crushed
  • 1/4 cup Caster Sugar (Superfine Sugar)
  • 2 TB Unsalted Butter, melted
  • 1 t Ground Cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup Honey

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 200 deg C (400 deg F) – line a baking sheet with baking paper
  2. Place the Ice-Cream balls on a lined baking sheet and freeze until rock hard
  3. Combine the Corn Flakes, Caster Sugar, Butter and Cinnamon in a mixing bowl – spread on the prepared baking sheet – bake 7 – 10 minutes or until golden – remove from the oven and cool completely
  4. Roll the Ice-Cream balls in the Corn Flake mixture and place in the freezer until ready to use
  5. When ready to serve – place the Ice-Cream Bombs in a warm oven for only a minute or two to soften the Ice-Cream slightly
  6. Transfer to serving cups or plates and drizzle with Honey
  7. Serve immediately

Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Serving Size

1 Ice-Cream Bomb

Amount Per Serving Calories 182.8Total Fat 6.5gSaturated Fat 4gUnsaturated Fat 2.1gCarbohydrates 30.4gFiber 0.7gSugar 22.7gProtein 1.8g

Nutrition value is not always accurate

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Jean @sonotorganized.com

Wednesday 3rd of June 2015

Wow, those look amazing! I love the idea of having a quick dessert in the freezer for the warmer months. Pinning this one :)

Carlee Scharnhorst

Wednesday 3rd of June 2015

Yum! What a fun idea! I love that you make them in advance and can pull one out whenever you'd like... though I'd be in there getting one all of the time!

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