Do you need a fun afternoon activity with the kids? This food hack will allow all the little ones to participate without leaving you flustered. It’s as easy as it gets and almost leaves no mess. My little ones were so happy they were able to participate in every step!
AHP Chocolate Chip Cherry Pie Ice Cream
- cherry pie: 1 whole pie
- Häagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream: 28 fluid ounces
- Ghiradelli semi-sweet chocolate: 1 bar
- stand mixer
- large air-tight container to store ice cream
- Let ice cream sit on the counter until it softens enough to work with. The timing will depend on the temperature, but this normally takes a half hour for me.
- Chop chocolate into small chips. If you are making the ice cream with toddlers, they will have fun breaking it up with their hands.
- After ice cream softens, scoop the entire container in the stand mixer.
- Add chocolate chips.
- Break pie up into only 4 pieces and place in mixer.
- Using the paddle attachment turn mixer on low for one minute.
- Ice cream with be very soft and will need to be refrozen.
- Place ice cream in freezer for a couple hours… then eat!
Let’s fancify the food coming out of your kitchen.
The recipes in this section probably won’t be organic but they will be tasty. A food hacks base is centered around a pre-made element or boxed item but will have a twist. The twist allows what could be a boring or bland dish to become something that you wouldn’t be ashamed to serve to a chief! These recipes are easy yet wonderful and can be made on any budget. Food hacks allow an individual who may not be particularly inclined in the kitchen to provide fabulous meals, snacks or desserts to family and friends, without all the nerves and fuss. They are also great for people who just don’t have the time to make everything from scratch.