The smell of icecream wafted from my oven as white crystals formed on my windows. The kitchen was toasty despite the frigid weather. Today, as my dad would say, is a good day to stay in the wigwam and leave the buffalo alone. My thoughts precisely. As, I was describing my baking ventures today I made none other than an ice cream bread loaf! With the full nine yards of colored sprinkles, I do think that it adds a bit of color to such a dreary day. This is what the weather outside looks like!

Blizzard

So the oven was heated up and a happy glow came from the kitchen as I mixed my ingredients for ice cream bread. Though honestly, it’s fun-fetti bread to me. What happy colors to sprinkle into so dreary of a day! I can be quite the bold baker when I put my mind to it.

Quite a dreary day!

Not for the joyful baker though, this morning I made fun-fetti ice cream bread!

 

Follow my recipe here:

 

Fun-fetti Ice cream Bread

ice cream bread
You scream! I scream! We all scream for ice cream bread! ….

Wait… that doesn’t sound right. Bread and ice cream?!! Yes, you heard me right my dear friend’s ice cream bread. Deliciously satisfying your sweet tooth and definitely meeting two different food groups ;).

Haha! Let’s just say wheats and sweets!

 

2 c. of birthday cake ice cream (you can use any kind of ice cream just not dairy free!)

1 1/2 c. self-rising flour

 

Mix these together. Trust me it takes some real gusto to mix these! I recommend microwave the ice cream for 10 seconds. It is much more pliable then. Mix until thoroughly incorporated.

Now comes the fun part!!

 

Extras!

Add these if your feeling colorful.

more sprinkles…

mini chocolate chips (if you don’t have mini I recommend dicing up the chocolate chips)

Chips. chips. and more chips!

 

 

Published by Maggie

Journalist, TBI survivor, evangelist and enthusiastic home barista, enjoying the spices of life! -Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you'll land among the stars.

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