Rice Krispies treats and ice cream - two great things that taste pretty good together!

We had leftovers from fungus's Rice Krispies treats experiments and scooch's famous 5-minute ice cream hanging about the offices at the same time.  It was clear what I had to do - combine them into a single incredible, instant-diabetic-coma-inducing snack!

To re-create this monstrosity masterpiece:

- flatten Rice Krispie Treat to 1/4-1/2 inch height.
- cut Rice Krispie Treat into roughly 2-inch squares.
- slather with 1/2-3/4 inch thick iice cream.
- smooth edges of ice cream even with sides of Rice Krispie Treat.
- return to freezer until solid enough to eat.

Serving instructions:

- eat as much as you can
- feed them to everyone around you
- return unused portions to freezer
- collapse on couch and moan uselessly

So maybe this version's Rice Krispie Treats were too thick, and maybe raspberry ice cream isn't the best choice for filling.  I bet it would taste awesome if we were all still 8 years old! 

We think these could be pretty awesome if:

- the Rice Krispie Treat layers were thinner
- vanilla ice cream was used for the filling
- the whole thing was then dipped in chocolate!

More experiments forthcoming.  Probably.  If any of us can ever get off the couch.

 alok & i want to know: did eric step out of the office while this went down? 
<em><strong>We think these could be pretty awesome if:</strong><br /> - the Rice Krispie Treat layers were thinner<br /> - vanilla ice cream was used for the filling<br /> - the whole thing was then dipped in chocolate!</em><br /> <br /> <br /> Or&nbsp;&nbsp; if -&nbsp; the whole thing was then dipped in Ganauche (the type that hardens)&nbsp;&nbsp; mmmmm&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; (sugar shock warning&nbsp; LOL) <div id="refHTML">&nbsp;</div>
The raspberry ice cream and the rice crispies sort of makes it looks like a pastrami sandwich on white. &nbsp; I like it!
Or a heavily laden Reuben sandwich :-)&nbsp;&nbsp; <br /> <br /> <div id="refHTML">&nbsp;</div>
Haha.<br /> Exactly what I&nbsp;was thinking.<br />

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