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Let's Hear Your Fried Ice Cream Experiences!

Asked by GrumpyGram (822points) May 28th, 2010

I’ve never had it , never have seen it but tell us your recipe and how it turned out for you.

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andreaxjean's avatar

I don’t know how to make it, but they used to give free fried ice cream out at Chi Chi’s if it was your birthday. That was the only reason why I went there. The crispy outside had like… cinnamon, brown sugar, and white sugar on it and it was drizzled with chocolate syrup and the ice cream on the inside was vanilla. It was always my favorite dessert as a kid. =] Oh, and huge dollops of whipped cream around the plate.

ucme's avatar

Never had. I did however sample a deep fried mars bar years ago, does that count? Yukky poo, not a good experience.

rebbel's avatar

The closest i have come to fried ice was when i ate a Crêpe Suzette filled with vanilla ice cream.
It’s yummy, by the way.

janbb's avatar

Never made it, had it once at a Mexican restaurant. It was a little weird, crunchy outside and soft inside. Have not been compelled to try it again.

xRIPxTHEREVx's avatar

I’ve never made it but they used to have a fried ice cream flavor of I think Breyer’s ice cream, and it was AMAZING!!

aprilsimnel's avatar

I try not to eat too many of those…becuase I love them too much! They’re my favourite form of bad-for-me carbs. A number of Japanese restaurants in my neighbourhood serve those, the best one being across the street from me.

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cookieman's avatar

Thai Basil restaurant on Newbury street in Boston (between Claridon and Dartmouth street).

Ginger-coconut icecream wrapped in a flaky crispy crust – deep fried and immediately sprinkled with sesame seeds. Served with a drisel of green tea syrup. YUM!

It’s been over three years since I had one. Mmmmm.

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