Yield: 6 servings
|2.00 cup||oreo cookies|
|2.00 cup||roasted peanuts|
|3.00 large||zip-lock bags|
|4.00 \N||disposable pie tins|
|4.00 large||scoops choc-mint ice cream|
|4.00 large||scoops vanilla ice cream|
|4.00 large||scoops chocolate ice cream|
|1.00 cup||sweetned whipped cream|
|6.00 large||whole strawberries|
|1.00 \N||shaker powder sugar|
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Place the coconut on a parchment lined cooking sheet. Place the pan in the oven and cook the coconut until slightly toasted and golden, about 4 to6 minutes. Remove from the oven and cool. Place the cookies in a plastic zip-lock bag. Place the candy in a plastic zip-lock bag. Place the peanuts in a plastc zip-lock bag. Using a small meat mallet or the back of a large spoon, carefully smash each bag. You want to smash the pages enough so that everything is in small pieces. Make sure your Ice Cream is very hard.
Shape each scoop of Ice Cream into balls. Place the scoops of Ice Cream on a parchment lined baking sheet. Place coconut, cookies, candy and nuts on four different pie tins. Roll the Ice Cream balls in which every tin that you want. Place the Ice Cream back into the freezer. To serve, place 2 ice cream balls in each bowl.
Drizzlechocolate sauce over the ice cream. Garnish with the whipped cream, strawberries and powdered sugar.
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