Corn Flake Crunch Ice Cream

Corn Flake Crunch Ice Cream

I am so excited to be a part of this all new kosher recipe linkup! Each month, the linkup will feature another theme. This month it is frozen desserts. Check out the other great frozen dessert recipes below!

I don’t have an ice cream machine, so when I thought about what frozen dessert to post, I kept coming back to one of my most popular posts, my peanut butter fudge ice cream pie. What makes that recipe so great is the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. Who doesn’t love that decadent pairing? My brother reminded me about another ice cream recipe that my mom used to make that also uses peanut butter and chocolate. Mixed with crunchy clusters of corn flakes and slivered almonds, this recipe is sure to become your next favorite dessert! Feel free to use store bought ice cream or you can make your own.

1 year ago: fruit skewers with dipping sauce

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11 thoughts on “Corn Flake Crunch Ice Cream

  1. I love some crunch in my ice cream and I love the idea of adding cereal and toasted nuts to the plain vanilla. So simple with some major flavor and texture impact! And can you ever go wrong with chocolate and peanut butter?!? Nice job!

  2. I love that this recipe doesn’t need an ice cream machine!! Thank you! It looks fantastic! And your step-by-step pictures are always appreciated! :)

    1. Not at all. Crunchy as ever! They are folded into the soft ice cream and then immediately refrozen. No chance to get soggy.

  3. Hey Chanie – I love ice cream with “stuff” in it so this is so up my alley — I wonder though how does the ice cream refreeze? no freezer burn or ice patches — any tips?

    1. Hi Jamie, you’re not really defrosting the ice cream, just thawing it so that it’s soft enough to incorporate the corn flakes. So you don’t end up with any icy patches. I cover the pan twice with heavy duty aluminum foil and no freezer burn whatsoever.

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