Apple Fritter Ice Cream Sandwich

The Kitchen has a delicious serving idea for one of fall's favorite treats…the apple fritter. We're stepping things up with an Apple Fritter Ice Cream Sandwich.

Episode: Master Your Menu

Heat your oven to 350 degrees F, load store-bought apple fritters onto a baking sheet and heat for about 5 minutes. When they're warmed through, simply slice them in half horizontally and pile on a few scoops of your favorite ice cream. Vanilla is deliciously classic, but you could also try dulce de leche or even cinnamon. We like to drizzle the ice cream with a little bit of caramel sauce. Pop on the top, squish and enjoy the warming flavors of fall.

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