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All of the recipes used candy bars in new and unique ways — like this rolled ice cream log, made of Milky Way candy bars. (Want more? Don’t miss these two treat how-tos: 3 Musketeers chocolate velvet pie and Peanut m&ms confetti cream cones.)
Milky Way ice cream log recipe
6 Milky Way candy bars (or 13 fun sized bars)
2 cups cream for whipping
3 pints pistachio ice cream
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
Red and green food colorings
Cut an 8-cup round plastic juice container in half lengthwise; seal top end of each half with foil. Line molds smoothly with foil.Cut up Milky Way candy bars. Combine with 1/4 cup cream in a saucepan. Stir over very low heat until candy melts; cool completely.Beat 3/4 cup of cream until stiff. Fold in chocolate mixture.Unmold ice cream by pulling up on foil; then peeling off. Join the halves together to form a "log." Put back in the freezer while preparing the frosting.Beat remaining 1 cup cream with sugar and vanilla until stiff. Frost the log with part of the cream.Tint remaining cream with food coloring; decorate "log" with pink flowers and green leaves. Keep frozen.MOREMake a little Christmas tree! Create festivity on a small scale (1977)
Presenting the insanely indulgent Milky Wonder Cake: A retro recipe for this super-sweet Bundt cake made with nine Milky Way chocolate bars. Yep.
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