Reese Peanut Butter Cups and Vanilla Ice cream are two mini-Eggo mini waffles bathed in chocolate for the best ice cream sandwich! Waffle Week continues here at Mom On Timeout! Today I bring you my favorite candies, ice cream, chocolate and waffles in a delicious ice cream sandwich!
When I opened the minis last week, I realized that they were the same size as a cup of peanut butter from Reese. Aha! All I needed now was an excuse to bring them together. This ice cream sandwich works very well, do not you think so?
I put the Eggo Minis in chocolate (I used CandiQuik chocolate) and let it harden. I put soft vanilla ice cream on a baking tray covered with parchment paper and let it harden again before I remove the ice circles that belong to our sandwiches. You can skip this step altogether and get the ice cream out if you want!
1. Prepare the waffles according to the packaging instructions and allow to cool.
2. Melt the chocolate coating according to the packing instructions and immerse the wafers in the melted chocolate. Place on wax paper to cool and harden.
3. Spread the soft ice cream on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper and place it in the freezer for solidification.
4. Remove the baking sheet and use a cookie maker to cut a circle the size of Reese waffles and sweets.
5. Take the sandwich ice cream and enjoy!
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The ice cream is filled with mini-cups of reese peanut butter and more (yes, I said more) peanut butter. Then I add a thick layer of warm chocolate sauce in the middle to create a fudge ripple. I tell you, ice cream is not much more perfect than that, especially if you like chocolate and peanut butter.
Now, in case we do not have enough chocolate, we will treat this great ice cream with a few more delicacies. I made nice brownies to spread this delicious ice cream. The brownies are fudgy, tough and the right consistency for a great dessert.
Then I covered the ice cream with a delicious hot chocolate sauce. Now you could stop and eat a great brownie ice cream. But what the hell, let's go! Let's crown this baby with another brownie make the ultimate ice cream sandwich!
If you love Reese Peanut Butter Cups, you will love this rich and delicious dessert! This recipe requires a few steps, but be patient, it is worth it. A rich, thick, ultra-creamy peanut butter ice cream is made with Reese peanut butter cups and a layer of hot chocolate. The ice is covered with more hot chocolate and is located between two greasy brownies. There is nothing better than that!
1. For ice cream: heat the milk and cream in a pan at low speed. Beat egg yolks and sugar in another bowl. Add a portion of the warm milk mixture to the eggs while stirring continuously. Pour the hot milk slowly into the eggs. Add medium to low heat to the pan. Add the creamy peanut butter with constant stirring until the mixture becomes thicker. Remove from the heat and add vanilla. Pour through a fine mesh sieve and into a container. Cool the cream until it has cooled.
2. Pour the frozen cream into the ice maker with an ice cream maker (use according to the instructions of the machine). I stirred my ice for about 20 minutes. After about 15 minutes I slowly added the flavor of the thick peanut butter until it was completely absorbed. Finally, just before I did, I added the peanut butter cups. The ice will be very thick, but still soft.
3. Put half of the ice in a pan or container. Spread the warm chocolate sauce in an even layer and cover the hot chocolate with the rest of the ice cream. Freeze for at least two hours or until it freezes and goes down.
4. For brownies: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. The ice-cream cake of Reese. Duende Better than the cake and better than the ice cream. Occasionally this cake is sinfully sweet, rich, soft, chewy, delicious and full of chocolate for our birthdays.
Your favorite bite will be a good cake waffle from your fork, in your mouth, crackling through the magic shell of chocolate, biting on the cold ice with Reese candy and brownie to sandwich it.
Keep on biting, get cold and then mix the flavors and you're ready for your next bite. My mother bought my father an ice cream when Baskin Robbins offered her for the first time. I think it was hahaha in the 90s. At one point she was tired of paying for her and decided to find her own way to make one.
The original recipe contains: Chocolate ice cream mixed with peanut butter by hand.
My opinion: I cannot tolerate so much chocolate! I just do not like chocolate ice cream. My cousin, Lynne, suggested that you even go a step further and turn it into brownies by baking the brownies in cupcakes. Once this has happened, you can eat or peel from the cup. Then they would be Ice Cream Cupcakes!