Cinnamon Sugar Edible Ice Cream Bowl

Cinnamon Sugar Ice Edible Ice Cream BowlWhat do you do with your leftover dough? I like to use mine whenever I can, and this nifty little recipe is one that we’ve made for generations in my family. In fact, this Cinnamon Sugar Edible Ice Cream Bowl recipe was created back when I was just a little girl watching my grandma bake pies. Kids get restless, so she would let me sit at the kitchen table and play with the leftover dough from her pies, acting like I was Julia Child. I just HAD to make something, too! Ahh…the memories!

Cinnamon Sugar Edible Ice Cream Bowl Recipe

Kids have great imaginations and my grandmother always encouraged us to use ours. That’s how this Cinnamon Sugar Edible Ice Cream Bowl recipe was born. It’s simple, it’s quick and it’s a whole lot of fun for the kids – trust me, I was one when I started making these. Better yet? It tastes good, too! All it requires is your leftover dough, a small cake pan or large muffin pan and 3 additional ingredients. Simple!

Ingredients:

Leftover pie dough. This might be what’s leftover after creating lattice crusts or what’s been cut off around the edges of your pie plate. It doesn’t have to be a lot.

Flour – just enough to lightly flour your dough rolling area.

Cinnamon – to flavor

Sugar – to flavor

Butter

Small cake pan or large muffin pan

Rolling pin

Nonstick cooking spray

Preparation:

Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

Roll dough out as thin as you can without it becoming transparent. It needs to be thick enough to not tear apart when placing it.

Roll dough loosely onto the rolling pin to transfer it into the cake pan or the muffin cup. Gently push it in place. It should look like a small bowl in form. It’s okay if it folds up a bit, but the bottom should sit flat.

Brush with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Feel free to rub the cinnamon and sugar up the sides of the dough as well.

Bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Allow to cool.

Serve with ice cream and drizzle with caramel, hot fudge or whatever toppings you prefer.

 

 

 

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