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Mint Chip Monster https://www.metro.ca/userfiles/image/recipes/gaterie-monstre-5648.jpg PT10M PT00M PT10M
To make a Monster, cut cake in half horizontally.Place bottom half cut-side up on dessert plate. Put a scoop of ice cream in the centre of the cake and top with second half, frosted-side up.For eyes, use two dabs of marshmallow topping with a candy in the centre of each.For legs, squeeze chocolate sauce onto plate in squiggly lines beginning at base of cake.Serve immediately.
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1 small, round chocolate-covered cream-filled cake (like jos. louis) 1 small scoop mint chocolate chip ice cream marshmallow topping 2 candy-coated chocolate candies (like smarties) chocolate syrup in squeeze bottle
Mint Chip Monster

Mint Chip Monster

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Ingredients

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  • 1
    small, round chocolate-covered cream-filled cake (like jos. louis)
  • 1 small scoop
    mint chocolate chip ice cream

  • marshmallow topping
  • 2
    candy-coated chocolate candies (like smarties)

  • chocolate syrup in squeeze bottle
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Preparation

To make a Monster, cut cake in half horizontally.

Place bottom half cut-side up on dessert plate. Put a scoop of ice cream in the centre of the cake and top with second half, frosted-side up.

For eyes, use two dabs of marshmallow topping with a candy in the centre of each.

For legs, squeeze chocolate sauce onto plate in squiggly lines beginning at base of cake.

Serve immediately.

Source : Breyers

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