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Astronaut ice cream sandwich.
(I ordered it online, and it showed up like this.)
Freeze-dried ready to eat
An unsuccessful attempt at making kettle corn.
The parts that weren't too burned were actually pretty tasty.
(And I still put Tobasco on it!)
Green tea mochi.
Chewy, starchy, and sweet.
Inside the green tea mochi.
I might purchase these again, they weren't terrible.
I'm not sure if these Kawaii cookies are sweet or savory
since I did not purchase them.
Strawberry halves coovered in dark chocolate, frozen.
Sooo very, very good.
Homemade banana bread with chocolate chips
Two very ripe bananas for banana bread
Homemade fried ice cream
How to make homemade fried ice cream
Make balls of ice cream from the ice cream of your choice. I used Breyers natural vanilla and made them
slightly smaller than the size of a baseball. Roll in egg whites, then roll in crushed cereal of your choice.
You can use Corn Flakes, Frosted Flakes, Golden Grahams, Rice Krispies, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, instant
oats or a combination of cereal and oats. I used Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Honey Bunches of Oats Cinnamon
Bunches. Freeze for one hour.
Roll again in egg whites and crushed cereal.
Save egg yolks for later use by freezing them in an ice cube tray
After freezing your prepared ice cream balls overnight they are now ready to fry.
A deep fryer is recommended.
Heat oil to 375F.
Fry for 60-70 seconds, turning after 30 seconds.
If you like your ice cream a little more soft/melty, fry for 70 seconds.
For a very firm center, fry for 60 seconds.
Fried for 60 seconds but DH prefers
to add the extra 10 seconds
Stack of Twinkies for fried Twinkies
Dipping Twinkie in funnel cake batter
Twinkie covered in funnel cake batter
Fried Twinkie with chocolate sauce and powdered sugar
Inside of the fried Twinkie
funnel cake batter recipe
Homemade Creme brulee on Thanksgiving 2012