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Skittle Ice cream! Yum!

Best dessert/treat  ever! 
vanilla ice cream (you can also use soy ice cream)

First step is to sort the skittles by color. Then using a blender crush the skittle into a powder. Let the ice cream soften and then just mix the powder into the ice cream. You can also add little bit of food coloring if wanted, it just makes the ice cream pop but really not needed. Put it back into the freezer to harden and done! Side note, blending skittle is really loud at first. It ended up as a great treat and for sure not too sugary.  We also used the full bag of skittles shown and all the powder it made. 


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