Fried ice cream is just what it sounds like: deep fried ice cream. It’s pretty easy to find on the menus at mexican chain restaurants, where a crispyÂ coating of cinnamon, sugar and crumbled cornflakes seems to be the standard. If you want to fry your own, it’s a good idea to start with balls of ice cream that are as cold as you can possibly get, so that they hold up in the heat of the fryer. A deep freeze (or other extra-cold freezer) is handy for this. But if you are looking for an easier way to get your fix, you might want to keep and eye out forÂ Breyers Fried Ice Cream.
This Fried Ice Cream ice cream isn’t quite a new release. It actually came out a few months ago -not that that really takes away from the “caramel light ice cream swirled with honey caramel with cinnamon tostada pieces.” I haven’t been able to find it in too many stores in my area for some reason, but more than a few friends have stumbled upon it and tried it out with pretty good results (especially considering that it’s a “light” ice cream and probably saves you a few calories over the “real thing”). I’ll keep my eyes out.