This dessert is super easy, super delicious but NOT very healthy, but Easter is only once a year right, so enjoy.
I made this last year and it was a crowd pleaser amongst our family. It makes for a wonderful Easter dessert, and you can add or omit anything you like to suit your taste. Even better, it only requires a handful of ingredients and only takes ten minutes to put together.
Easter ice-cream Slice
One Tub of Blue Ribbon Vanilla ice-cream
2 packets of ice-cream sandwiches (I used Aldi, but Coles and Woolies sell them too)
Chocolate and or Caramel/Honeycomb topping
2 Snickers bar Sliced
1 Cadbury Flake chocolate bar (optional)
- Place 4 ice-cream sandwiches in the bottom of your dish, (Cut or break your sandwich bars to fit if need be), and don’t worry of you have a few little gaps. Then add a GENEROUS layer of slightly softened ice-cream and spread evenly with a spatula.
- Repeat with another 4 biscuits and for the final layer, mix the Flake bar through the ice-cream and then layer it on top.
- Finally, drizzle with your topping and add your sliced Snickers bars. Cover with Glad wrap and foil, and pop in the freezer for at least 1 hour before serving. You can most certainly make it a few days in advance. When you are ready to serve your creamy delicious masterpiece, add a few solid Easter eggs.
Choc Mint – Use mint ice-cream, Aero bars on top and mint eggs.
Bubblegum – A crazy kids version could be Bubblegum ice-cream and Marvellous creations chocolates with popping candy.
Caramel – Caramel ice-cream and Mars Bars
Play around and have fun, half the fun is getting adventurous. If you love Cherry Ripes, use them. If you prefer chocolate ice-cream, use that instead. just make what you and your loved ones will demolish really ha ha….
I hope you enjoy this super easy dessert, and if you make it this easter, please share pics with me on my Facebook page as I would love to see your creations.
Have a safe and happy Easter
These Christmas biscuits are so fun and easy to make, and even better we have used store bought biscuits so there’s no need to turn the oven on.
We have made Santa and Rudolph and they would be perfect for a Christmas party, end of year take a plate, or the kids could decorate them and leave them out for Santa on Christmas Eve.
They would also be great for teachers and make for a lovely neighbour gift when placed in a cello bag with ribbon.
Santa Biscuits – You’ll need
Milk Arrowroot biscuits
Pure or Royal Icing
Red food colouring
Mini brown M&M’s for the eyes and a pink one for the nose
Mini marshmallows cut in half
1. In two small bowls add icing and mix with water until you create a smooth glue like paste, not too runny and not to thick. To one of the bowls add one drop of red food colouring and mix to combine.
2. Cover 3/4 of the Milk Arrowroot biscuit in the white icing using the back off a teaspoon or an offset spatula and then fill in the top with the red icing.
3. Place your mini marshmallows across the top of Santa’s hat and then add his eyes and nose ensuring the little ‘m’ on the chocolates are face down.
4. Add more mini marshmallows down the side of Santa’s face and fill in his beard and lastly, add one to the top of his hat.
(Variations – In place of the chocolate and marshmallows, you could use sultanas for his eyes and shredded or Desiccated coconut for his beard)
To make Rudolph-
Milk Arrowroot biscuits
Pure or royal icing
A pinch of cocoa powder
2 brown mini M&M’s for the eyes
1 Marshmallow for the nose
1 Smartie or any red chocolate or lolly for his nose
Curly Wurly for the antlers
1. In a small bowl mix the icing with cocoa and a little water to create a smooth icing.
2. Using the back of a teaspoon, cover the entire biscuit in icing and then add the eyes and marshmallow nose. Add a tiny dot of icing to the back of the Smartie and stick it to the marshmallow.
3. Cut small pieces of the Curly Wurly and place them above the eyes to create his antlers.
Miss 10 and I have had so much fun making these so be sure to get the kids involved.