Easy Vanilla Ice Cream Dessert

When we decide to eat ice-cream we usually choose to buy different flavours.  Have you ever thought that a plain vanilla ice-cream can be transformed into any flavour that you wish, in just a few minutes? The dessert that I am suggesting below takes only 5 minutes to be prepared.

All you need is three ingredients: Vanilla Ice-Cream and two different kind of cereals.  I used Honey Balls and Coco Pops.  My first thought was to use Oreo Cookies but soon I realised that the cookies were long gone… 

In a wooden bowl crush the cereals.  You can achieve this result by using a plastic bag and a plaster.

Divide the crushed cereals in different plates.  Now you are ready to proceed with the ice-cream.

     

Take a scoop of Vanilla Ice-Cream and put it in each plate.  With a teaspoon cover the ice-cream with the crushed cereals.  The dessert is almost ready…

Place the ice-cream in a plate.  Your dessert is ready.  A plain vanilla ice-cream can be transformed into a gourmet dessert in just a few minutes.  This is a clever solution when you have unexpected guests, or when your time is limited and you truly wish to impress your audience.  Enjoy…!

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About eftychia2011

I am a working mother that loves cooking and baking.
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8 Responses to Easy Vanilla Ice Cream Dessert

  1. That’s a clever idea:D

  2. latache says:

    It’s a nice recipe, I like that it’s not difficult to make it

  3. eftychia2011 says:

    Thanks!! Well, it took me approximately 5-10 minutes to make it.

  4. Lisa says:

    What a neat idea for dessert. I think it would be fun to experiment with different types of cereal. I have a new linky on my blog called “Sweets for a Saturday” and I’d like to invite you to stop by and link this up. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/01/sweets-for-saturday-1_21.html

  5. Amy says:

    This sounds delicious the combination of the cold creamy ice cream with the crunch on the outside! Yum :)!

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