As usual around this time of year, the sunsets have been pretty gorgeous. We have had a threat of rain most every day, but no sighting of the wet stuff recently. You can't help but have a pretty sunset when the sky is so full of smog and dirt. Almost instantly after our last good rain, the skies returned to murky gray.
Make hay when the sun shines, and make enchiladas when it's cloudy and overcast. This is a recipe I pretty much can't mess up. Open can, fry hamburger, cover in cheese. YUM!
When done, break apart if needed and let it cool. That's the important part ... let it cool!!!!! Then layer in a 6 inch springform pan ... half the crumble (press down), caramel sauce, a pint of ice cream, caramel sauce and the rest of the crumble. Cover and freeze. Wasn't I surprised when I pulled it out of the freezer for dinner to find ice cream dripping (and now frozen) from the top shelf all the way to the bottom.
I guess that crumble was just a little too warm and most of the ice cream in the very middle melted, ran out the springform pan and made a BIG mess. It was worth it though! When I tasted the crumble I wasn't impressed, but when you mix it with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream, it was delectable, tasty and kick-the-bucket good!!!! By the way, double the recipe for a regular pan ... this one is pretty small since I wasn't feeding an army.
What else is going on?? Well tonight ..... TONIGHT .... is crazy Magic Kingdom night!!!