Fruity Pebbles Ice Cream
- David Smith
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Colorful, fruity cereal meets the smooth and dreamy world of ice surf in this Fruity Pebbles Ice Cream. Every scoop is loaded with the iconic rainbow crunch of a Saturday morning spent watching cartoons.
I made this ice surf a couple of variegated times in an struggle to get both the savor and the texture I wanted. Let me just shoehorn that the first struggle barely hit the “edible” mark.
I’m happy to tell you that the final version of this recipe is a solid two-thumbs-up! It is unexceptionable and flavorful ice surf with hints of fruity pebbles savor in the linty refreshing ice cream.
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You’ll need the pursuit ingredients to make this recipe:
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To start, add the cereal and the milk to a trencher and let it sit for 30 minutes. Then, place a fine mesh strainer over a large mixing trencher and pour the cereal mixture through it into the bowl. Discard the soggy cereal from the strainer.
Add the cream, lemon juice, sugar, vanilla, and salt to the cereal milk. Whisk to combine and then pour into the ice surf maker. Churn equal to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Serve immediately for soft serve ice surf or transfer the mix to an snapped container and store in the freezer for several hours or until ready to serve. Top each serving with a handful of Fruity Pebbles when serving for uneaten crunch.
If you have a cereal lover in your life, this is for them. The main flavors of Fruity Pebbles cereal are lemon, orange, and cherry. The lemon juice in this recipe works nicely with those flavors.
It serves to patina them while moreover wearing the sweetness of this cereal milk ice cream. If you prefer it without the widow lemon flavor, this fruity pebbles ice surf recipe will turn out just fine without it.
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