Thursday, May 19, 2011

Treasure Chest

Scrumptious!!


If you like easy ice cream desserts, (and I do), you will love this one! It has in it everything that is delicious! Well, not quite everything but it has coconut, chopped pecans, crunchy Rice Krispies, butter, brown sugar, and ice cream. It's hard to go wrong with a combination like that, eh?! It is great eaten plain or with any ice cream topping you prefer. Today I made strawberry topping. YUM!!


I will share the topping recipe in another post. As simple as it is, it deserves it's own blog post because it's better than any boxed Danish Dessert you've ever made.☺

Preheat oven to 300°.

For the crust:
2 cups Rice Krispies
½ cup pecans, chopped
½ cup flake coconut
1/3 cup butter, melted
½ cup brown sugar

Vanilla Ice Cream, (approx. 1 gal.)

Mix the first 3 ingredients and. Spread evenly in a shallow pan and toast in the oven for 15 minutes or till toasted to your preference.


 Stir every five minutes so it toasts evenly. Remove from oven and add butter and brown sugar.


Press on bottom and up the sides of  a 9 x 13 pan. Reserve some crumbs for the top. Freeze.


Spoon ice cream onto frozen crust and allow to sit for a bit so it spreads easier.


Spread evenly and top with reserved crumbs.


Enjoy!

Linking to:
Brambleberry Cottage
Whisking Wednesday
Home Sweet Home
Foodie Friday
Hodge Podge
Savory Sunday
So Sweet Sunday
Keep It Simple Sunday
Monday, MMM Dessert
Cast Party Wednesday
This Weeks Cravings
Be Blessed!

9 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this wonderful step by step instructions. It sounds delicious, especially for summer evenings and its so simple and easy to make. Have to try it. Dropping in from Home Sweet Home Party.~Poppy

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  2. This looks delicious & fairly simple to make. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Have a nice weekend!

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  3. This looks so YUMMY! Thanks for sharing .

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  4. That looks wonderful! My family would love it. I usually have that stuff around the house too. That's my favorite kind of recipe, when I have the ingredients! LOL Thanks for linking this up!
    Sherry

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  5. GREAT BALLS OF FIRE....this sounds and looks more than delicious.

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  6. wow you're just pumping out the great recipes this week! yum!

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  7. Lots of delicious ingredients in that chest. :-) Thank you for sharing this recipe at Joy of Desserts.

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  8. This looks too good. It is going right in the 'to make, soon' file!

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  9. Thanks for linking up to THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS "Ice Cream"... your recipe was thee most CLICKED... and will be featured tomorrow... Stop by and pick up a button if you wish or just come by and say hello!

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