December 12, 2012

Choco Oreo Treat

Even when I was just a kid, I had this tendency to do really weird things in the name of curiosity. I remember once digging a hole in our front yard in hopes of stumbling upon a fossil. Of course, I never found one. At one point, I even wanted to become a scientist because any form of experiment piqued my interest and maybe I watched too watched Dexter's Laboratory before. My need to experiment on things is probably the reason why I came up with this frozen dessert. It only needs a few things and they're usually in most of our cupboards, especially this time of the year.




If you're familiar with making a mango float, that's basically what I did. I crushed the cookies and mixed them in the condensed milk and cream mixture. Also, I poured in a cup of water with some non-flavored gelatin mix. I didn't like the consistency at first because it came out runny. That's just a small setback when the finished product came out though.




I formed layers by alternating between the cream mixture and chocolate graham crackers. As you can see, I had to put small pieces of the grahams on the sides because the container I used was a little longer than the crackers. Before crushing the cookies, I took out their filling. At first, I didn't know what to do with them, but then I thought, why don't I use them as toppings?


After leaving it in the freezer overnight, it came out looking like ice cream. I don't have a name for it, really. Everyone who saw it thought it was ice cream at first glance. It was really sweet because I used up all of the contents of the condensed milk. I think I should've just used half a can or maybe I should've used more cream. Oh, well. At least everyone enjoyed eating it. I think this will suit you if you're into really sweet desserts or if you have all the ingredients at home and you're just as bored as I was when I made this.

7 comments :

  1. Om nom nom! Yummy! First, fried oreos.. Now this. The magic of oreos. Lol :9

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    1. Yeah, you can incorporate them in almost any dessert. XD

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  2. Ooooh! That looks awesome! Maybe I can feature that on my foodblog too HAHA

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    1. I'd love to see your version. Share the post when you do. <3

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  4. Nakakalaway naman ito! Masubukan nga! Tamang tama weekend na! =p

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  5. Never tried doing this! Hindi ba masyadong sweet? looks interesting! :)

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