|Ice Carving 101|
|by Brenda R. Carlos|
Entering the dramatic world of ice carving has never been easier with this introductory guide.
Tip: Try processor ice cream for more results.
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Place cream and sugar in work bowl of food processor and blend until ... until smooth, scraping down the sides if necessary. Serve immediately. Serves 6.
While fruit is ... blade in your food processor, mix all ... it will be ice cream. NOTE: If ... fruit, eliminate most (if not all) of the sugar. Serves 4.
Mix 2 cups ... pint softened vanilla ice cream. Freeze. Add ... serving. Top with whipped cream and reserved crumbs. Serve with cinnamon coffee. Serves 8.
Bring to boil: ... mashed bananas and ice cream alternately. Pour mixture ... and sprinkle rest of crumbs on top. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate.
Pat crushed cookies ... for top.) Slice ice cream in 1 inch ... Top with caramel sauce, then Cool Whip. Sprinkle remaining crumbs on top. Freeze 3 hours.
Place crushed cookies ... Cut 1/2 gallon ice cream into even slices ... ounce Cool Whip. Sprinkle remainder cookies. Keep in freezer until ready to serve.
Mix Oreos and ... for bottom crust. Add ice cream; spread on crust. Add fudge sauce to cover. Freeze. Add Cool Whip, nuts, cherries when ready to serve.
Combine in mixing bowl: Pat into bottom and 1 1/2 inches upsides of an 8 inch springform pan. In large mixing bowl beat: Then add: Beat just until ...
Separate eggs. Beat ... from heat. Add vanilla and half and half. Then add fruit and pecans. Pour into freezer and freeze as any other ice cream. Delicious!
Peel your ripe ... banana in your food processor or blender. Blend ... and east as soon as possible. Also, try ripe peaches or nectarines or strawberries.
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