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Serves: 12
(Allow 24 hours to Freeze)


    4 eggs (separated)
    1 can sweetened condensed milk
    1/2 cup key lime juice
    1/2 gallon brick vanilla ice cream
    1/2 teaspoon. cream of tartar
    1/2 cup sugar
    grated chocolate or toasted almonds


1. Beat egg yolks. Blend in sweetened condensed milk. Add lime juice.

2. Cut ice cream into 1" slices. Arrange one-half of the slices on bottom of loaf pan. Pour egg mixture over this. Top with layer of remaining ice cream. Freeze overnight.

3. Unmold on brown paper and replace in freezer for 15 minutes*

Beat egg whites with cream of tartar, until very stiff.
Gradually add sugar and beat. Frost ice cream mold with the meringue (about 1/2" thick.) Sprinkle with chocolate or almonds.

5. Place on a bread board (the reason for this - so heat won't melt ice cream on bottom of mold.) Bake in 500° oven 5 minutes, watching carefully.

*NOTE: Before frosting, the mold may be kept in the freezer indefinitely, allowing you to use just the amount needed and save the rest for another time. After frosting, it will keep in the freezer nicely for 2 days before baking.


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