Make Your Own Drumstick Brownie Ice Cream Dessert At Home

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There are many different types of ice cream treats that we may enjoy on a regular basis. Aside from just scooping out a bowl of ice cream deliciousness, we can also enjoy many different frozen treats, one of which is drumsticks. From the time that many of us were quite young, we probably can remember unwrapping a drumstick and smiling the whole time we were eating it. Now it is possible for you to enjoy it again in a different way.

Imagine having a drumstick and combining it with one of the all-time best desserts, a brownie. That is what this recipe brings to the table. The combination of flavors and textures is so surprisingly delicious that you are going to want to share this with everyone you know. Just make sure you make extra so you can keep plenty for yourself.

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Ingredients:

1 box brownie mix (water, eggs and oil for mix)
¾ cup salted peanuts
¾ cup caramel sauce
¾ cup hot Fudge
6 waffle cones (broken into pieces and divided in half)
½ gallon vanilla ice cream, softened

Directions:

Prepare and cook brownie mix according to box in a 13×9 inch greased pan.

Remove from oven and let brownies cool completely.

Sprinkle half of the waffle cone pieces over the cooled brownies.

Carefully spread softened vanilla ice cream over the waffle cone topped brownies. I let the ice cream container sit on the counter for about 10 minutes to soften and then put it in the microwave for about 20 seconds to make it soft enough to spread but not liquidy.

Sprinkle peanuts over the ice cream.

Sprinkle remaining waffle cone pieces over the peanuts.

Drizzle caramel over the peanuts. To make the caramel easier to pour, I heated it in the microwave for 30 seconds.

Heat the hot fudge in the microwave for about one minute to make it easy to pour. Drizzle hot fudge over the caramel.

Lightly cover with plastic wrap (I used Press n Seal) and place in the freezer for 3-4 hours to harden.

If the dessert is difficult to cut, run your knife under hot water and that should make it easy-peasy.

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