Homemade Frozen Chocolate Tacos
- SERVES: 4
- PREP: 25 minutes
- TOTAL TIME: 1 hour 25 minutes
Long live the Choco Taco!
When we heard that the beloved Choco Taco was being discontinued, we sprang into action to recreate one of our favorite frozen ice cream treats at home. Our version uses a thin crepe-like batter that you cook then shape into a taco shell, and then fill with store bought ice cream, dip in milk chocolate, and decorate to your heart’s content. We promise it’s easier than flagging down an ice cream truck!
large egg whites
cup (4 oz/115g) sugar
cup whole milk
- 2 ½
tablespoons butter, melted
teaspoon vanilla extract
teaspoon fine sea salt
- 1 ½
cups vanilla or vanilla fudge ripple ice cream, slightly softened
cup (6 ounces) milk chocolate chips
tablespoons of a neutral oil like avocado or canola
cup finely chopped salted toasted peanuts
teaspoon flaky sea salt
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