Thursday, December 1, 2011

Danish Dessert

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Needing an easy yet delicious dessert to serve? 
Today is your lucky day:)

This is the easiest, simplest and most delicious dessert you can make. 

The ingredients are simple and it can be customized to your individual needs.

Ingredients:
4 cups Rice Krispies
1 cube butter/margarine---melted
1/2 cup sugar
Vanilla Ice Cream

Toppings:
Danish Dessert/frozen raspberries
Carmel
Chocolate
Anything you like really


Directions:

---Smash 4 cups of Rice Krispies (I just took the Rice Krispies and smashed them in my hand)

---Melt butter and mix sugar in.

---Mix the smashed Rice Krispies in the butter/sugar mixture.



---This next step can be done 1 of 2 ways. 
*Take crumb mixture and pack on the bottom of a 9x13 casserole dish (make sure to reserve some for the topping)
OR
*take clear plastic cups and spoon a litte of the mixture into each cup (thats what I did)...The great thing about doing it this way is it is all ready to serve when company comes.


---If you chose to use the 9X13 casserole pan you would then take your ice cream (softened) and cut into about 6 equal pieces and put on top of mixture.  
OR
---Take an ice cream scoop and scoop 1 or 2 scoops into each cup.  
---Then for both options top with remaining crumb mixture


---Place into freezer to allow ice cream to set up

Toppings:
This is where you can get creative.  Add whatever fancies your taste buds.  I did half with Caramel and the other half with Danish Dessert.  But you could add chocolate or just eat it plain.  Either way it will satisfy your taste buds:)

The Danish Dessert can be found in the Baking section of the grocery store/or the jello section (depends on the store).  My mom says she can't find it in Vegas so it might not be available depending on where you live.  I bought the raspberry Danish Dessert and followed the instructions for the fruit sauce on the back of the package.  I then added a bag of frozen raspberries to the mixture.  Allow mixture to cool down (10 to 15 minutes) and then spoon mixture on top of Rice Krispies/Ice Cream mixture.   


If you can't find Danish Dessert or you just don't like it you can also top with Caramel or Chocolate.  You could make some homemade Caramel or be lazy like me and just use the squeeze bottle of Caramel from the Ice Cream Sundae aisle or the bottled Caramel. 


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3 comments:

Kimberly @ The Brown Eyes Have It said...

YUM, that looks so good right now!! (I think I better go eat some lunch.) :)

jennifer Reeder said...

What are the plasric cups called

Lotte Pedersen said...

"Danish dessert"? Im from Denmark and I dont know this dessert, but it looks delicious. I shall definitely try it someday!

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