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Filo fried Icecream

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 20 minutes allow extra time for freezing parcels

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makes 4 parcels

Quick and simple enough for anyone to make Best to make these a day in advance so you can freeze them.

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  • filo sheets (3 per fried ice cream)
  • low fat vanilla cream (2-3 scoops per filo)
  • 1 large egg
  • caramel/ honey sauce (optional)
  • coconut shavings (optional)


  1. Separate filo into sets of three sheets per fried parcel. Scoop approximately 2~3 scoops of icecream into each parcel and roll up however you want to, make sure it is icecream tight.

  2. Use the egg to seal up the pastry and pop the parcels straight into the freezer, the longer and colder they are the better they will turn out.

  3. When ready, heat up enough oil to cover the icecream and make sure it's hot (if you have a deep fryer even better). Pop in the frozen icecream parcels and fry for approximately 30 seconds, remove and place on paper towels. Serve immediately with coconut shavings, caramel/ honey sauce.

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