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  • […] creating the Chicken & Waffle Grilled Cheese or the Buffalo Chicken and Waffle Cone. But this Chicken and Waffles Ice Cream Sundae just takes everything to a spankin’ new level. And yes, my friends, that is indeed a piece of […]

    April 23, 2014
  • [...] recipe to date? Chicken and Waffles Ice Cream. It’s salty, spicy, sweet and somewhat chicken-y all at the same time. It’s quite an [...]

    November 03, 2013
  • [...] now you know how much I like to make ice cream and sometimes some interesting ice cream recipes. But this blueberry crisp ice cream is one of the best one’s I’ve made in a while. I, [...]

    July 22, 2013
  • [...] all those local ‘artisinal’ ice cream shops serving things like pork ice cream, chicken and waffles ice cream (yes, I posted it first and now someone is serving it up), beer infused ice creams, bourbon ice [...]

    March 26, 2013
  • [...] it with crispy chicken skin.  I made my first crispy chicken skin last year as a part of my chicken and waffles ice cream.  If you haven’t made this yet…get on it.  It’s really [...]

    February 01, 2012
  • [...] dough and chopping vegetables can be really cathartic), fulfill my inner creative gremlin (Chicken and Waffles Ice Cream), able to share my culinary creations (and sometimes disasters) with others, plus….the completed [...]

    August 25, 2011
  • Wow, you weren’t kidding when you said you made chicken and waffles ice cream. I had a hard time envisioning it (would there be chunks o chicken in it?) but here it is and it looks awesome! So very creative!

    August 14, 2011
  • [...] no chicken and waffles ice cream today, or even basil olive oil ice cream (which I could totally make a case for being healthy and [...]

    August 08, 2011
  • [...] Remove skin from chicken breasts and discard or make into fried chicken skin. [...]

    July 27, 2011
  • Oh. My. God. I need this in my life immediately!! What an amazing idea!

    July 21, 2011
  • Being the ice cream lover that I am, there is no way I’m not giving this baby a try. I’m blown away…

    July 11, 2011
  • This is way better than Mango Momma stuff! What a brilliant recipe and I bet you could be on your way to using lots more Knorr products in the coming year. What do we call you if you win this one? ;). Good luck!

    July 10, 2011
  • You crazy genius!

    July 10, 2011
  • There is absolutely no way you won’t be 1 of the 8 finalists with a recipe like this! I found this post earlier this week and am back again because I can’t get it off my mind. Brilliant! :)

    July 09, 2011
    • Muahaha…my plan is working perfectly then. It has always been my intention to create dishes that worm their way into your brain so that you can not resist the temptation to come back and look at it again and again. Then of course either to make it or offer to pay me loads of cash to make it for you. Either way…I’m flexible.

      I’m so glad that you are enjoying the chicken and waffles ice cream. It’s much kinder on your thighs when you eat with your eyes than with your mouth…my thighs are living proof. :) That being said…it is amazingly delicious (although I might be a bit biased).

      July 09, 2011
  • Spot on again – the recipe and advice. Happy anniversary. I totatlly agree with the opposites attract theory. It’s the yin/yang we need for balance.

    So is this dessert or a main course?

    July 08, 2011
    • Well, that depends…I’m a dessert qualifies as a meal kinda girl, so for me it would be a main course. ;)

      July 08, 2011
  • I’m sorry, but chicken ice cream? No thanks! I do love potato chips and vanilla ice cream together, so I’d be more inclined to use plain vanilla garnished with fried chicken skin – or even homemade chicken nuggets. Verrrry interesting idea though.

    July 08, 2011
    • It’s that whole salty sweet thing. Chicken ice cream by itself? Nah, dripping with maple caramel though? yep. Try your vanilla/chicken skin combo and let me know what you think.

      July 08, 2011
  • Your relationship advice is spot on. E and I are exactly the same as you two… and while sometimes the differences can be aggravating, they also make us better people, I think.

    I’m intrigued by the chicken and waffles ice cream, for sure… though i probably won’t be making this anytime in the near future (my pescatarian heart just can’t do it)

    July 08, 2011
  • Pam you have done it again! I haven’t even tried real chicken and waffles (yes I know, Roscoe’s is on my list) but I want this.

    When are we doing a dinner pow wow? ;)

    I really hope you win and get that deal with Knorr. No one deserves it more than you:

    innovation + kitchen = yummy = Pam

    Sending love

    July 07, 2011
  • I am actually gonna go there with you on this one. Odd yes, but I bet it does taste really good.

    July 07, 2011
  • Chicken and waffles I tried… an ice cream version I have not! But it is now a must! This looks unbelievably inventive and delicious!! Perfect suitcase breakup food ;)

    July 07, 2011
  • This was the comment I THOUGHT I left “Oh. Hell. My thighs just busted though my pants and I don’t even care.”

    July 07, 2011
  • Nice! Sounds like a perfect marriage of flavors to me!

    July 07, 2011
  • Brilliant! I can’t imagine a more creative take on chicken stock base than this. Good Luck, Pamela!

    July 06, 2011
  • This is so over the top and cool sounding. Good luck.

    July 06, 2011
    • Thank you!

      July 06, 2011
  • There is a food truck (one of the very few in my small city) that sells chicken and waffles.I have only heard of them but ow, I am thinking maybe its only ice cream. Geez, I need to really check this out now. What a flavor combination! It sounds really odd but, it obviously works.

    As for making a relationship work? It takes work, love and respect.

    Cheers.
    Velva

    July 06, 2011
    • Amen on the relationship advice!!!!

      July 06, 2011
  • Oh…my. GOD. You’re not kidding. This is so inventive, creative, awesome, amazing, such gorgeous pictures. I saw the fried chicken skin, I cursed. Out loud, no joke. I am sending you all the luck in the world for you to win and be Knorr Girl for the year!

    July 06, 2011
    • Thank you Nelly! I’m telling you…you really need to try this one. It’s just that good.

      July 06, 2011

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