Easy Homemade Mock Fried Ice Cream


When International Delight asked me to create a recipe using their creamer, I first thought of adding it to scones or muffins.

But I couldn’t get ice cream out of my mind.  I love ice cream and I’ve used International Delight to make homemade ice cream several times.

This time, I wanted to make a flavor based on fried ice cream.  I used Cinnabon flavored creamer, along with some crunchy, cinnamon cereal.  Just 4 ingredients total keep the ice cream easy.

And it tastes just like fried ice cream!  This did not last long at our house.

Here’s what you’ll need:  

Easy Homemade Mock Fried Ice Cream

Servings 6 servings


  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 cup International Delight Cinnabon
  • 1 cup half and half
  • 1/2 cup cinnamon toast crunch cereal
  • extra cereal for topping if desired


  1. In a bowl with a spout, stir the first 3 ingredients together.
  2. Pour into the freezer bowl of a counter top ice cream maker.
  3. Freeze according to the directions of the ice cream maker.
  4. Add 1/2 cup cereal at end of freezing time.
  5. Remove ice cream from ice cream maker bowl.
  6. Store in an upright or deep freeze until ready to serve.
  7. Serve with extra cereal, if desired.

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  1. This is such a cool idea! I bet if you drizzled it with honey and covered it in crushed cereal, it would be just like what you get at a restaurant! I’m actually sitting here drinking the ID Iced Mocha right now…

  2. Beverly Jones says:

    This sounds ahhhhhmazing!!! Can you do Ice cream like this without the cereal? I have a big ice cream maker but just a little bit wouldn’t take to long! If so I may just have to try this tonight!

    • You can do it without the cereal. It just adds some crunch, but it’s not absolutely necessary.

      • Beverly Jones says:

        I just never thought about using ID for ice cream! I’m so excited!

      • Corinne says:

        can you make without ice cream maker, can you just put overnight in freezer?

        • Corinne, I think it would need to churn first before freezing. I know I’ve seen ice creams that don’t require an ice cream freezer, but I’ve never tried it myself. I’m not sure what the method is or how those recipes differ from this one.

  3. What’s even easier is to sprinkle cinnamon over vanilla ice cream, then add honey or caramel or whatever sauce you normally order on fried ice cream. Less calories too, especially if you buy no-sugar-added ice cream.

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