These ice cream balls are a fun and easy dessert to fix—even the kids can help. The cereal adds a crunchy texture to the ice cream and makes an everyday treat something special. —Anne Marie Woodhull, Cedar Springs, Michigan
What other cereal can you use in an ice cream ball recipe?
Any kind you like, really. Experiment with lots of cereal flavors—including cinnamon, fruit or peanut butter—and pair them with your favorite ice cream for extra fun. Want to use up the box? Try these other tasty ways to use cereal.
How do you store ice cream balls?
Freeze them on a baking tray until firm. Transfer to a zip top bag and freeze for up to three months. To keep your coating crunchy, eat them sooner than later!