Ice Cream Milky Way Brownie Pie
This is a beautiful recipe to make Ice Cream Milky Way Brownie Pie, but make it in a spring form pan so you can show off the layers once it is prepared. This recipe starts with a brownie base. The recipe calls for super fine or castor sugar, but regular sugar will still work. Super fine sugar blends more easily than regular sugar and helps to ensure lots of air in the mix. Still, regular sugar can work. If you are concerned, you can put your regular sugar in to a food processor and just grind it up a bit more. That will make it finer and able to blend smoothly in to whatever dish you are making. Make a lot at once, and label it. Then you have find sugar ready for whenever a recipe might call for it.
This recipe is very easy to make, even with the home made base. It will bake up quickly, and be a delicious bottom for this pie. Layers of ice cream and other ingredients make up the rest of the dish. It is pretty to look at, and deserves to be presented in its entirety on the table when it is complete. Be prepared for plenty of “oohs” and “ahs” when you do.
This is a dish that can serve up well just about anywhere. Make it for a night at home, take it to a party, or put it up for a picnic (just be careful to put it in the cooler so it doesn’t melt). This recipe can probably be made by young cooks, and certainly little helpers will gladly lend a hand with spreading the ice cream layers. It is a fun family recipe that can be made together, and then shared together. Enjoy it tonight.
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