Frosted Flakes Cereal Three Ingredient Ice Cream & a broken & bruised toe

Frosted Flakes Cereal Ice Cream - Candy Coated Culinista

Frosted Flakes Cereal Ice Cream – Candy Coated Culinista

The only cereal I haven eaten since I was a kid is Frosted Flakes and when friends and family find out that I still continue to exclusively eat Frosted Flakes they just can’t believe it. (Hey my parents picked a great cereal for me as a child and why should I change I say) I saw a recipe for 3 ingredient ice cream using plain corn flakes and I just had to use my favourite cereal … I do have 3 Costco size boxes in the house after all. When I went to prep for this recipe the weirdest thing happened the condensed milk tin fell out of the cupboard from a serious height (4.5 plus feet) and the one time I am not wearing slippers in the kitchen the tin breaks a toe and bruises its mate. This is my first cooking related injury as I haven’t cut myself yet in my time cooking – fingers crossed. I guess you got to start somewhere right and at least I didn’t bleed. Also a broken toe doesn’t hurt as much as I thought; but boy do they swell up lol.
See my pic here in the Chatelaine cooking club gallery

Yield/Serving: 1 cup
Difficulty level is: Easy

From Chatelaine

Ingredients
• 1 ½ cups Frosted Flakes
• 1 ½ cups 35% heavy cream
• ½ 300ml can sweetened condensed milk

Assembly
1. Toast the frosted flakes on a large baking sheet at 300°F, about 15 min and let cool.
2. Stir frosted flakes in with cream in a large pitcher or bowl and let stand until soft, about 20 min.
3. Pour through a sieve into a medium bowl and use the back of the spoon to gently press frosted flakes down, but not through the sieve.
4. Cream should measure 1 cup and if not top up with more cream.
5. Refrigerate cream until cold, overnight.
6. Using an electric mixer beat cold cream in a medium bowl until soft peaks form, 2 to 4 minutes.
7. Reduce speed to low and beat in sweetened condensed milk until just combined. (Do not overbeat as mixture may curdle)
8. Mixture should be smooth and fluffy
9. Scrape mixture into a resealable container and freeze until firm, 6 hours.

Please Enjoy

My thoughts
I am learning so many different recipes for ice cream and I must say for 3 ingredients this is the firmest ice cream I’ve enjoyed. It’s fluffy yet firm and actually tastes like frosted flakes. I did find it too sweet for my liking but I’ll tweak the sweetened condensed amount next time.

Frosted Flakes Cereal Ice Cream - Candy Coated Culinista

Frosted Flakes Cereal Ice Cream – Candy Coated Culinista

Frosted Flakes Cereal Ice Cream - Candy Coated Culinista

Frosted Flakes Cereal Ice Cream – Candy Coated Culinista

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