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This recipe comes from an idea I got in Daytona, FL. They took a melted mash of chocolate syrup and ice cream and slathered it over a pastry desert. We have perfectly recreated it using 1 SNICKERS® Ice Cream Bar. Enjoy to the fullest.
- 1 M&M's® Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich
- 1 SNICKERS® Ice Cream Bar
- M&M's® Plain
- M&M's® Peanut
- Set out an ice cream bar let it melt (10 min).
- Plate the ice cream sandwich and carefully open the bar.
- Squeeze out the contents onto the sandwich and place in refrigerator (10 min).
- This creates a delicious hard shell.
- For our recipe we added plain and peanut candies.
- Additional ingredients: nuts, pineapple chunks, coconut, chocolate sauce, caramel, whipped cream. You get the idea.
This is perfectly delicious over the ice cream sandwich, but you don’t have to stop there. Think homemade ice cream all the way to a banana split. Anytime you would drizzle chocolate or caramel over a treat, substitute it with a melted SNICKERS® Ice Cream Bar. It works every time.
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Bonus Tutorial: Chihuahua Training Tool: (Remember, chihuahuas don’t eat chocolate, they eat Pedigree Dentastix® Beef Flavor dog treats.
Step One: Gain the animal’s attention and express the simple command.
Step Two: Show the dog the treat. Be sure to use Pedigree Dentastix® Beef Flavor dog treats as training tools.
Step Three: Repeat the command. Give the dog the treat.
Step Four: Call the dog back into the room. Call the dog again. Clean up dog refuse from roommate’s room. Pick up scattered bits of pine cone and shredded bits of paper towel.
Step Five: Purchase a Labrador retriever and repeat steps one through four.
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