These are dangerously decadent!
Those darn Oreos have been tempting me for a while now.
Today I was weak . . . so weak.
It must be all that Raspberry picking that’s done it to me.
This one with warm, gooey toasted Marshmallow on top is irresistible.
It reminded me of Baked Alaska . . . the Hot & the Cold together is the perfect marriage!
Run into that kitchen, and we will make them together.
You need some Oreos, or choose your favorite cookie.
The options are endless . . .
Put them in a zip loc bag and mash them up with a rolling pin.
It looks a bit disgusting, but it sure does taste divine!
Add the melted butter and stir to combine.
I decided to use some pint jars.
You could also just use a 9×13″ pan, or even make individual ones in cupcake tins.
The jars work great, because they are so easy to cover and keep in the freezer.
Divide your crumbs evenly among the jars, and reserve just a bit to garnish the tops. You can also spread most of the crumbs in the bottom of a 9×13 pan is you so desire. Press the crumbs down as firmly as possible. The wide mouth jars are certainly easier to use. You can also find smaller wide mouth jars. I think the half pint would be perfect, but I didn’t have any.
I made homemade ice cream in my Cuisinart.
It was only $50.00 at Sam’s Club and well worth it . . . love it!
I have had a lot of fun trying out new recipes, and I will post several of them very soon.
I made Very Vanilla Bean.
You certainly don’t have to make your own . . . use whatever flavor you like.
I also had homemade Hot Fudge lurking in my fridge.
Actually . . . it was homemade Truffles gone wrong . . . but oh what a good wrong it is!
I will also post that recipe soon. It’s the perfect Hot Fudge Sauce.
I’m also posting another favorite Hot Fudge Sauce below.
Layer the ice cream over the crumbs then drizzle Fudge sauce over the ice cream.
Keep each jar in the freezer while you assemble all of them.
Other wise . . . your ice cream will be warm cream!
I layered some Raspberries and sliced almonds on top of that Hot Fudge Sauce.
That’s optional of course . . .
Next comes a layer of Whipped Cream or Cool Whip.
Eat it right now, or screw the lid on and freeze for later.
I decided to make mine more like a Baked Alaska, only I used Marshmallows instead of Meringue.
Make sure that your jar of ice cream is very frozen and set first.
I used regular and toasted Coconut Marshmallows.
Pack them in, and place under the broiler in your oven.
Watch it carefully, it only takes seconds.
Oh . . . . . . . . need I say more.
Remember, you can make a 9×13″ pan as well.