|by Joanna Farrow|
Ice cream is impossible to resist, whatever your age or occasion. Cooks and chefs across the world have spent hundreds of years perfecting every p...
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Stretch and flatten ... biscuit from 1 tube refrigerated biscuits (10 ... confectioners' sugar, or ice with flavored icing. Serve warm. Makes 10 doughnuts.
Crush Ritz crackers. ... not bake. Set ice cream out at ... pour into crust. Refrigerate. Top with Cool Whip and the remaining 1/2 cup Ritz cracker mix.
Crush crackers and ... with milk, add ice cream, mixing well ... at least a few hours. Top with Cool Whip, then top with the 1/2 cup reserved cracker mix.
Combine 1/2 cup sugar with 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Cut each biscuit into 4th's. Roll into balls and coat with cinnamon sugar mixture. Put in buttered ...
Combine milk, 2 ... Put on cookie sheet and chill. Use tube of icing to decorate top with a "cap". Chill, then cover with wax paper. Store in refrigerator.
Use the icing to glue a ... Use icing to glue chocolate chips to the head (the mini Oreo). The chips are the eyes for the spider. The spider has 8 eyes.
Mash Ritz crackers ... thick. Add softened ice cream and mix ... with crumb mix and freeze. Keep tightly covered. Cut and serve as needed. It keeps well.
Grease a bundt ... butter, brown sugar, sugar and ice cream in saucepan. Cook just until melted and pour over rolls. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.
Mix together cracker ... pudding and milk. When mixed, beat in softened ice cream. Variation: Strawberry ice cream with vanilla pudding or create your own.
Separate rolls. Dip in cinnamon-sugar mix. Arrange on ends in pinwheel fashion in a greased Bundt pan. Next, combine topping ingredients and heat ...
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