Recipe by RITANASCIMENTO
"This cinnamon ice cream is loaded with fried apples, cookie crust, caramel, and walnuts! You won't believe this ice cream, it's elegant taste is rich and unique. It's sure to be everyone's favorite! Eat it as soon as you have mixed it, or keep it in the freezer for later. If you freeze it, let it thaw about 15 minutes before eating."
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oatmeal cookies, crushed
melted butter, divided
apples, peeled, cored and sliced
1 1/2 cups
half and half
chopped toasted walnuts
dulce de leche or caramel ice cream topping
This turned out pretty good. I did make 3 minor changes. First, since I used the hard store-bought cookies I just crumbled them and added without the baking step. Second I chopped the apples into bite-sized pieces instead of slicing them. Third I did cook the egg/cream mixture because I have young children. They all liked it - the cinnamon wasn't overpowering.
This is the best ice cream I have ever had! I chopped my apples instead of leaving them in slices. I also added an extra tsp of cinnamon to the apples by sheer accident, it turned out to be fine. I left out the walnuts as most of my family isn't really fans. Its yummy with out the nuts. For the caramel topping try making the Praline Sundae topping from this site (which is out of this world). I love the chopped bits of oatmeal cookie throughout(the hard store brand cookie works great. Awesome recipe I will be making this all summer!
I love this recipe. I did, as suggested, leave the nuts out and I diced the apples into small pieces. I also used only 2 tsp. of cinn. I entered this recipe in an apple dessert contest and won 1st place. Thank you, the ice cream is delicious!
I really enjoy competing in the Ice Cream Crank Off at our County Fair. I have not particapated in several years and have always done well. Competed in State Fair Crank off and place 3rd. This recipe won me Grandchampion and tasters choice award at the county fair level and am taking it to state. I even left the carmel sauce out, time ran out to add it I had so many people ask for the recipe. The one thing I did different was I mixed the cookie crumbs with the butter and baked the 5 mins and when they came out of the oven I then patted them down. This recipe is truly a GRAND-PRIZE winner.
This was really good with a FEW minor changes. I followed the 'chopped not sliced' advice of another reviewer, which made it really quick and easy, and since I think nuts are icky I left them out. I served the oatmeal cookies on the side. BUT...wouldn't this ice cream be yummy between 2 oatmeal cookies as an ice cream sandwich? Just an idea...
This tasted just like apple pie ala mode!! It was delicious! My changes were substituting vanilla wafers for the oatmeal cookies and omitting the nuts & caramel sauce.
I served this as a Memorial Day dessert, and it was absolutely delicious and loved by all. I scaled down the recipe to 6 servings, and the mixture fit perfectly in my 1-quart ice cream maker. One small problem- I didn't let the apples cool completely before adding to the ice cream mixture, so I think the majority of the apples sunk to the bottom of my storage container (my fault). One guest said that it tasted just like a Ben and Jerry's ice cream that she had long ago. Someone else suggested that the ice cream would be perfect with the fried apples served over the top rather than inside the ice cream. All in all, it's a fantastic recipe. Don't be afraid of the steps required to make it- it is well worth all the effort!!
Fabulous in all ways, wouldn't change a thing. I did cook the creams and egg because of the raw egg issue. If you do this, make sure the cooked mixture cools almost to room temp before putting it into the ice cream maker.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Apple Pie Ice Cream
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 504
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