Oreo-breaded deep-fried cookie ice-cream


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#2

Unbelievable. This dish hits four of the major food groups: cookie, ice cream, breaded, and deep fried. Throw some whipped cream on there and it'll be just about perfect.


#3

"Does it taste as good as regular ice cream? No, definitely not..."

(at least the reviewer is honest)


#4

Uhm, folks, DEEP FRIED?

Can't we get a heart-healthy baked version?

Thank you!


#5

To be clear, he was referring to the low calorie ice cream, not the concoction he made with it.


#6

The first thing I thought about that I'd love to see included in there is a layer or swirl of the same fudge you find in the middle of a Dairy Queen ice cream cake. (That fudge is the main reason I love those cakes.)


#7

Yep! And maybe replace the Oreo cream with kale?

Who knew healthy eating could be so delicious?!


#8

And the ice cream with carob tofu?


#9

Oh man, I've had that Arctic Zero brand of healthy "ice cream."

It tastes of air. Air, peanuts, and sadness. It is not ice cream.


#10

I suppose you wouldn't have the leftover cream bits, but it seems easier to just buy a box of Oreo cookie crumbs/bits. I use it to make pie crust.


#11

It seems to me that he got a whole bunch of this "health ice cream" and went "ugh, this is terrible, how can I make this good?" Then went all midwest county fair on it--deep frying solves all problems!.

I think the normal demographic for nondairy low calorie ice cream substitute isn't the kind that is going to bread the product in transfat filled cookies and then deep fry it.


#12

Why bother de-creaming oreos? You can get chocolate wafers (for making chocolate cheesecake crust) at any US supermarket in the baking aisle.


#13

Doesn't he know about these?


#14

...just about perfect... Needs bacon? Perfect!


#15

the sugared lard gets mixed into the ice cream.


#16

From Wiktionary:

emballing
Present participle of emball.


#17

Had a fried Oreo one time. They used to be all the rage in local restaurants. Tasted like deep fried chocolate snot.

No thanks.


#18

It is interesting to compare and contrast the reactions to this particular junk food vs the McDonalds one.


#19

It looks remarkably like black pudding. I like black pudding a lot more than Oreos.


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