♥ Mexican “Unfried” Ice Cream ✽♥ Be su

♥ Mexican “Unfried” Ice Cream
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Source Sarah Sbc Kitchens

I made this tonight if you have ever had fried ice cream its Amazing here’s one I made a little healthier and its not fried!!! ☺

Servings: 4
Ingredients:
2 cups fat free vanilla ice cream Frozen Yogurt (I used Kemps)
2 cups Special K Cereal, crushed
2 tsp ground cinnamon
Hershey’s chocolate syrup (to drizzle)
Honey ( to drizzle)
Cherry for topping (optional) ( Maraschino Cherries)
Reddi Whip for topping (optional) I used the Extra Creamy

Directions:
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. With an ice cream scooper, scoop out 4 balls of ice cream 1/2 cup in size and place on the parchment-lined baking sheet. Freeze for 2 hours, or overnight, until the ice cream is very hard. ( I froze them overnight)

Take the Ice Cream Balls Drizzle with Honey
Then in a shallow bowl, combine the crushed cereal and cinnamon. Using rubber gloves, roll the balls of ice cream in the cereal coating, packing them together into a smooth ball. Then Drizzle with Chocolate Syrup.

Return the coated ice cream balls to the baking sheet and freeze until ready to serve.

To serve, top with whipped cream and cherry, if desired.

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