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Ice Cream Lollipops: My star-stricken interview with Chef Gale Gand

With much pleasure and excitement, I'm pleased to post my live interview with world-famous chef/cookbook author/television personality, Gale Gand, who discusses her "Ice Cream Lollipop" recipe just for you, my dear readers.  I must admit that in the beginning of our conversation, I suffered from a mild case of star-struck-itis, as I have been following Chef Gand since her days of hosting "Sweet Dreams" on The Food Network.  Fortunately for me, her calm and friendly demeanor quickly removed any of my nervous jitters.

And without further ado, please enjoy the video and, below that, Chef Gand's recipe for "Ice Cream Lollipops."


Recipe: Chef Gale Gand's Ice Cream Lollipops 


*Prep Time: 15 minutes

Freeze a plate for 30 minutes.  Scoop eight 1/4-cup balls of Breyers® All Natural Chocolate Chip
Cookie Dough Ice Cream
and place on chilled plate.  Insert a wooden stick (lollipop) into
each ball and freeze at least 30 minutes.

Once 30-minutes has elapsed, pour Magic Shell ice cream topping into bowl and microwave for approximately 20-seconds, to warm.  Dip frozen balls into the chocolate topping, twirling to coat.  Quickly decorate with sprinkles or topping of choice.  Keep frozen until ready to serve. 

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