"This is an ice cream pie; the combination of the crust and the salty peanuts makes it one of the best you will ever try." — Ryan McCollum
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honey and nut flavor cornflakes cereal
light corn syrup
vanilla ice cream, softened
chopped salted peanuts
Ive made this recipe but I had no cornflakes so I used special K and that was amazing. Then I tried it with Corn and please if you get a chance try with it with Special K you wont be disapointed! I also halfed it again to make thicker crust...YUMMMMMY!
I used the recipe as a base, but changed it around to accommodate what I already had in the kitchen. For the crust, I used Honey Bunches of Oats cereal mixed with a little graham cracker crumbs, crunchy pb, and only 3 tbs corn syrup. Then for the filling I mixed vanilla ice cream with 2 bars of crushed butterfingers. I then sprinkled a little reserved crust and butterfingers on top. It came out great and I got lots of compliments on it.
I have nothing but praise for this recipe! It was so delicious and easy to make! By far the best ice cream pie I have ever had and my guests LOVED it!! Also try it with different flavors of ice cream!
This is a family favorite. The recipe I have from years ago called "Drumstick Pie" calls for Cocoa Krispies cereal. It tastes just like a drumstick, one of my DH's favorite ice cream treat.
So simple, and yet SO GOOD! I used Breyer's Lactose Free vanilla ice cream for this and I was so happy I almost cried.
whoa. this was SO good, my husband was telling our company they could only have one slice. :)
I made this for a picnic and it was a big hit. Very yummy! I used Honey Bunches of Oats cereal and it didn't fit in a pie plate. I ended up using a springform pan and it worked great. I used only 3 tablespoons of the corn syrup so it wouldn't be too sweet. Next time I'll probably try honey instead of corn syrup. This is a keeper!!
This is good! I did not have any peanuts, so I used crunchy peanut butter. Instead of a honey-nut corn flake, I used Wheaties; it was still a tad sweet for our tastes. I used Pralines & Cream ice cream and topped it with a bit of caramel. The flavors worked well together; it was, again, just a bit sweet for us. I'm sure I'll try this again at some point, but I'll leave out the corn syrup. Additionally, I think I'll try Peanut Butter and Chocolate ice cream topped with a bit of chocolate syrup. Thanks for the great dessert!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 163
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