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Frozen Mud Pie

This was inspired by a recipe in the Costco cookbook that I got at Thanksgiving. It could be altered to use any special ice cream you like and any toppings. Makes a really nice treat for a pot luck at your next rally!

Ingredients

 1/2 cup chocolate syrup
 1 1/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
 2 cups crisp rice breakfast cereal
 1 quart vanilla ice cream
 1 quart chocolate ice cream

Directions

Put the chocolate chips and chocolate syrup in a double boiler or microwave and heat over low heat, stirring until the chips are melted. Reserve 1/4 cup of this mixture. Add the rice cereal to the remaining mixture and stir until well coated, let cook slightly to make sure it all soaks into the cereal. Butter a 9 inch pie plate and press the mixture into the pan to form a crust. Pressing gently with the bottom of a lightly greased small bowl makes it easier to get an even crust distribution without sticky fingers getting in the way. Freeze for 15 or 20 minutes until firm.

Spread half of the vanilla ice cream into the crust, spoon the reserved chocolate mixture over the layer. Spread half of the chocolate ice cream next. Top with alternating scoops of vanilla and chocolate ice cream. Cover with plastic wrap and return to freezer until it's time to eat. Drizzle with the reserved syrup just before serving.


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