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Recipe by Amy Erickson on Pillsbury.com.
Recipe from Camille Bergerson, tasty.co
Here is a fried ice cream recipe without actually frying it! Instead, you can coat ice cream in buttery, crunchy corn flakes that gets toasted separately so they taste fried without the drama.
If you DO want to try frying ice cream here’s how to do it:
Scoop ice cream onto a baking sheet and freeze for 1 hour. Place 3 large egg whites in a bowl and beat with a fork until frothy. Place corn flakes, cinnamon, and sugar in another bowl.
Roll ice cream in egg whites and then in corn flakes, pressing to coat. Place back on baking sheet and freeze for 4 hours or until completely solid.
Heat a large pot of canola oil to 375°. Working one at a time, fry ice cream for 20 seconds. Top and serve immediately!
Recipe and photo by Yoly on allrecipes.com
Here's a recipe that's supposed to bring good luck for the new year, which would be great since we all know that most of us would love to forget 2020...
This recipe is from CHEFSTEFANIE at Allrecipes.com.
On Christmas Eve, while singing Christmas carols, evenly position two racks in the middle of the oven and preheat to 375 degrees F. (on convection setting if you have it.) Line two baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone sheets. (If you only have 1 baking sheet, let it cool completely between batches. Also, make sure you sing "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.")
Put the butter in a microwave safe bowl, cover and microwave on medium power until melted. (Alternatively melt in a small saucepan.) Cool slightly. Whisk the sugars, eggs, butter and vanilla in a large bowl until smooth.
Whisk the flour, baking soda and salt in another bowl. While singing "Silent Night," stir the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients with a wooden spoon; take care not to over mix. Stir in the chocolate chips or chunks.
Scoop heaping tablespoons of the dough onto the prepared pans while singing "Let It Snow." Wet hands slightly and roll the dough into balls. Space the cookies about 2-inches apart on the pans. Bake, until golden, but still soft in the center, 12 to 16 minutes, depending on how chewy or crunchy you like your cookies. Will make about 30 cookies. (Santa will eat 10-12 and take several for the elves). Transfer hot cookies with a spatula to a rack to cool then place on a plate and position where Santa is sure to see them, and leave a cold glass of milk. Sing "Here Comes Santa Claus," and go to sleep! Merry Christmas!
Submitted by Mrs. Claus
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This recipe by LAUREN MIYASHIRO first appeared on delish.com