Daily Archives: August 2, 2010

Homemade Klondike Bars

Who doesn’t love Klondikes?  The crunchy chocolate and soft creamy ice cream marry to create the most wonderful summer treat.  I’ve recently seen all different kinds of flavors but you don’t have to stick to those when you would do just about anything for this frozen bar.  All you need is your favorite ice cream flavor and the Turtle Shell instant freezing chocolate sauce.

To prep, place a cookie sheet in the freezer for about 15 minutes…just to get it cold.  If you’d like, you can cover it with aluminum foil or plastic wrap to prevent the ice cream from sticking.

Make sure your ice cream has been in your freezer for at least 24 hours.  The more frozen it is, the better.  Take it out of the freezer, along with your cookie sheet, and cut the box of ice cream into 1-2 inch strips.

Cut your box into strips.

Using cookie cutters, cut shapes out of the ice cream and quickly transfer them to the cookie sheet.  If your ice cream starts to melt, put the tray in the freezer and use a spatula to transfer ice cream shapes into the tray in the freezer.

My Klondike Bars!

Let the ice cream re-harden overnight.  When you’re ready to make the shell, simply take your tray out of the freezer and cover each shape with the chocolate sauce.  Place it back in the freezer if not being consumed right away.

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