It's only fair to share...Pin on PinterestShare on Facebook
Share on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on RedditEmail this to someoneShare on Yummly

Chocolate Cereal Ice Cream

I made a fruit version of the Saturday morning cereal milk ice cream, and just couldn’t help myself. I had to make a chocolate version. A chocolate cereal ice cream. So right now I have about 6 boxes of cereal in my kitchen. I’m not complaining. Cereal is the best late night snack, hands down. Unless you’re on something. Then anything is the best late night snack for you at that point. Even split pea soup.

hmm. Chocolate crunchy cereal, in cold milk at midnight? Now that’s a snack I can go for.

 Mix it in with an ice cream that has a cereal-flavored milky base? I’m good for the summer.   Oh PS, we are giving away a very special baking ingredients gift basket by Rodelle. You can enter at the end of this post.

Click here to learn more about Rodelle.

Like them on Facebook

Ingredients for Chocolate Cereal Ice Cream

3 cups cereal

1 vanilla bean

2 cups whole milk (to make a minimum of 1  cup after cooking)

6 egg yolks

1  1/2 cups heavy cream

A variety of chocolate sugar cereals

    Begin making your chocolate cereal ice cream by placing ice cream bowl for your ice cream maker in the freezer. For the KitchenAid ice cream maker attachment bowl, place in freezer for about 15 hours ahead of time.   Combine the 3 cups of cereal with vanilla bean and 2 cups of milk into a sauce pan.  I used Cocoa Pebbles and Reese’s Puffs for a chocolate and peanut butter combination. Rodelle vanilla for ice cream recipe, cocoa puffs, cereal, kitchenaid, scoop, contest, basket, gift, free, giveaway, custard, infuse, milk, maker, attachment, machine, reese's, reeses, puffs, sugar, unique, blogger, food, food porn, manfood, man food, ice cream, milk, cocoa pebbles, vanilla, home made, recipe, with, leftover, homemade, extract, bean, kids, recipe, forzen, dessert, cones, dipped, peanut butter, cinnamon toast crunch, photography, brown, rodelle, spices, Heat on medium low until cereal becomes very soggy and has soaked up much of the milk. Be careful not to over cook milk on bottom of pan by stirring frequently. The mixture should be thick and almost custard-like.   Remove from stove and push through strainer into a bowl.  Press on cereal in strainer to get as much liquid out as possible. You should have a minimum of 1 cup once strained. More is okay.   While still warm, but not scalding hot, slowly spoon strained milk into egg yolks, whisking in between. Careful not to cook (scramble) the eggs, so add a little hot milk at a time and whisk quickly.   Tip: If milk mixture is not very warm after straining, reheat on stove before mixing into (known as tempering) eggs. Strain custard for ice cream, cocoa puffs, cereal, kitchenaid, scoop, contest, basket, gift, free, giveaway, custard, infuse, milk, maker, attachment, machine, reese's, reeses, puffs, sugar, unique, blogger, food, food porn, manfood, man food, ice cream, milk, cocoa pebbles, vanilla, home made, recipe, with, leftover, homemade, extract, bean, kids, recipe, forzen, dessert, cones, dipped, peanut butter, cinnamon toast crunch, photography, brown, rodelle, spices, Once fully incorporated, return to stove and heat on medium, stirring constantly. Once mixture becomes a thick custard that sticks to your spatula, remove from heat.   The next step for your chocolate cereal ice cream is to set up a bowl on top of another bowl of ice water. Pour cold, heavy cream into the top bowl. Strain the cooked custard into the bowl of the heavy cream to remove any lumps.   Stir cream and custard together. Pour into ice cream bowl attached to KitchenAid mixer. Mix on low until thick and cold. Mix in a variety of cereals. I used Reese’s Puffs, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and Cocoa Pebbles. KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment Bowl, cocoa puffs, cereal, kitchenaid, scoop, contest, basket, gift, free, giveaway, custard, infuse, milk, maker, attachment, machine, reese's, reeses, puffs, sugar, unique, blogger, food, food porn, manfood, man food, ice cream, milk, cocoa pebbles, vanilla, home made, recipe, with, leftover, homemade, extract, bean, kids, recipe, forzen, dessert, cones, dipped, peanut butter, cinnamon toast crunch, photography, brown, rodelle, spices,     Scoop chocolate cereal ice cream into freezer safe bowl, cover and freeze until somewhat firm.     Chocolate Cereal Ice Cream by 1 Fine Cookie,  cocoa puffs, cereal, kitchenaid, scoop, contest, basket, gift, free, giveaway, custard, infuse, milk, maker, attachment, machine, reese's, reeses, puffs, sugar, unique, blogger, food, food porn, manfood, man food, ice cream, milk, cocoa pebbles, vanilla, home made, recipe, with, leftover, homemade, extract, bean, kids, recipe, forzen, dessert, cones, dipped, peanut butter, cinnamon toast crunch, photography, brown, rodelle, spices, Oh yes, I dipped cones into chocolate and peanut butter, then rolled in more cereal. #truth Two scoops of chocolate cereal ice cream on top. Chocolate Cinnamon Peanut butter Cereal Ice Cream Recipe by 1 Fine Cookie, cocoa puffs, cereal, kitchenaid, scoop, contest, basket, gift, free, giveaway, custard, infuse, milk, maker, attachment, machine, reese's, reeses, puffs, sugar, unique, blogger, food, food porn, manfood, man food, ice cream, milk, cocoa pebbles, vanilla, home made, recipe, with, leftover, homemade, extract, bean, kids, recipe, forzen, dessert, cones, dipped, peanut butter, cinnamon toast crunch, photography, brown, rodelle, spices,   … Don’t make me lick your face, ice cream.   Cereal filled ice cream by 1 Fine Cookie,   cocoa puffs, cereal, kitchenaid, scoop, contest, basket, gift, free, giveaway, custard, infuse, milk, maker, attachment, machine, reese's, reeses, puffs, sugar, unique, blogger, food, food porn, manfood, man food, ice cream, milk, cocoa pebbles, vanilla, home made, recipe, with, leftover, homemade, extract, bean, kids, recipe, forzen, dessert, cones, dipped, peanut butter, cinnamon toast crunch, photography, brown, rodelle, spices, recipe,

    Cereal and Milk Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe by 1 Fine Cookie, cocoa puffs, cereal, kitchenaid, scoop, contest, basket, gift, free, giveaway, custard, infuse, milk, maker, attachment, machine, reese's, reeses, puffs, sugar, unique, blogger, food, food porn, manfood, man food, ice cream, milk, cocoa pebbles, vanilla, home made, recipe, with, leftover, homemade, extract, bean, kids, recipe, forzen, dessert, cones, dipped, peanut butter, cinnamon toast crunch, photography, brown, rodelle, spices,

***Thanks for checking out my recipe for chocolate cereal ice cream. If you are considering posting up photos or ideas from this or any other posts I am truly happy that you are excited and find my recipes interesting enough to share with others. Please see copyright standards in the footer (bottom) before you use photographs and/or recipes from this website.’

Don’t forget to enter to win this awestastic gift basket!

Rodelle Gift Baking Basket giveaway, cocoa puffs, cereal, kitchenaid, scoop, contest, basket, gift, free, giveaway, custard, infuse, milk, maker, attachment, machine, reese's, reeses, puffs, sugar, unique, blogger, food, food porn, manfood, man food, ice cream, milk, cocoa pebbles, vanilla, home made, recipe, with, leftover, homemade, extract, bean, kids, recipe, forzen, dessert, cones, dipped, peanut butter, cinnamon toast crunch, photography, brown, rodelle, spices,
      Cereal Milk Ice Cream Recipe by 1 Fine Cookie, cereal, ice cream, milk, fruity pebbles, trix, foot loops, fruit loops, home made, lucky charms, vanilla, extract, bean, how to, make, recipe, kids, children, fun, unique, scoops, sundae, frozen, dessert, red, food, photography, teal, turquoise, yellow, purple, orange, green, blue, white, pink, rodelle, spices,           Also, check out my original version of Saturday morning cereal milk ice cream (part un)              

Chocolate Cereal Ice Cream Part Deux
Author: 
Recipe type: Dessert
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 6-8
 
A chocolatey vanilla milk cereal base, filled with chocolate, peanut butter, and cinnamon toast cereal. All of your childhood classics make this chocolate cereal ice cream.
Ingredients
  • You do NOT have permission to paste or share this recipe anywhere without the author’s permission. Please see copyright standards in the footer of site. Visit: 1finecookie.com Search: “chocolate cereal” for photos, supply list and detailed instructions. Or click here
Instructions
  1. * You do NOT have permission to paste or share this recipe anywhere without the author’s permission. Please see copyright standards in the footer of site. Visit: 1finecookie.com Search: “chocolate cereal” for photos, supply list and detailed instructions. Or click here
  2. Combine the 3 cups of cereal with vanilla bean and 2 cups of milk into a sauce pan
  3. Heat on medium low until cereal becomes very soggy and has soaked up much of the milk.
  4. Remove from stove and push through strainer into a bowl. Press on cereal in strainer to get as much liquid out as possible.
  5. While still warm, but not scalding hot, slowly spoon strained milk into egg yolks, whisking in between.
  6. Once fully incorporated, return to stove and heat on medium, stirring constantly. Once mixture becomes a thick custard that sticks to your spatula, remove from heat.
  7. Set up a bowl on top of another bowl of ice water. Pour cold, heavy cream into the top bowl. Strain the cooked custard into the bowl of the heavy cream.
  8. Stir cream and custard together. Pour into ice cream bowl, mix on low until thick and cold.
  9. Scoop into freezer safe bowl, cover and freeze until somewhat firm.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 250

 
// ]]>

It's only fair to share...Pin on PinterestShare on Facebook
Share on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on RedditEmail this to someoneShare on Yummly

3 Responses to Chocolate Cereal Ice Cream Part Deux

  1. totally loving the sound of this ice cream.. craving a scoop right now, looks delicious!

  2. […] Enter this Giveaway at 1 Fine Cookie […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Rate this recipe:  

Looking for something?

Use the form below to search the site:


Still not finding what you're looking for? Drop a comment on a post or contact us so we can take care of it!