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PenolopyBulnick
« on: November 19, 2012 01:26:31 PM »

I know this isn't really deep fried, but it's a good description of what it is and how it tastes!  These little (or big) pies are so easy to make and so delicious!  There's no reason not to try them Smiley

Here is the original post: http://www.instructables.com/id/Deep-Fried-Ice-Cream-Pie



Supplies

Here is what you need for this tasty pie!

Ingredients:
Flour Tortillas (I got 2 little pie crusts from one small tortilla)
Vanilla Ice Cream
Corn Flakes
Cinnamon Sugar
Butter
Honey (So important, but I forgot to put it in the picture!)

Special Supplies:
Cupcake Pan
Pie Pan
Pastry Brush (if you have it, if not, I found a spatula worked fine)
Ramekin (or something of similar size for cutting out mini pies)
Cutting Board and Knife
Plates
Oven and Microwave

Making the Crusts:

Take your small tortilla, cutting board, knife and ramekin.
Take your ramekin and lay it on the tortilla against one edge.  I planned it out so I could get two from each tortilla.
Cut around the ramekin.
Repeat on other side of tortilla, they might not be perfectly round, but that doesn't matter.
Once you have how many you want, melt some butter in a bowl and get your pastry brush and cinnamon sugar.
Brush butter on the tortilla and coat in cinnamon sugar.  Do this on a plage, it get's messy.
Flip the tortilla and coat the other side with butter and cinnamon sugar.
Put it in the cupcake pan, be careful not to tear it.  The sides will fold and ruffle.
Repeat for all tortillas till the pan is full or until you have how many you want.

Bake your pie crusts for about 13.5 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  

While they are baking you can put together your topping.  All you need to do is crush up corn flakes and mix them with cinnamon sugar!

Putting Your Pies Together:

Take your pie crusts and put some ice cream inside.  
Sprinkle your pie topping on top of the ice cream.
Lastly, drizzle on some honey, it makes all the difference!  

And that's it!
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« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2012 01:33:33 PM »

Those look tastey, are those cornflakes on top?
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« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2012 05:58:10 PM »

Those look tastey, are those cornflakes on top?


Yes!  Crushed cornflakes with cinnamon sugar!
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