A fancy take on homemade ice cream found on food52.com
And while we’re talking about beer, what about this nifty combination; Subtle smoky/chocolatey flavors make this ice cream a divine treat. Don’t skimp on the cream! How about a scoop on top of a brownie or chocolate cake?
The knickerbocker glory, first described in the 1930s, may contain ice cream, gelatine, cream, fruit, meringue, even liquor. Layers of these different sweet tastes are alternated in a tall glass and topped with different kinds of syrup, nuts, whipped cream and often a cherry. The name knickerbocker glory may be drawn from the hotel or knickerbockers, knee-length trousers typically worn by boys or for sports such as fencing. The name Knickerbocker itself comes from Dutch settlers in the New York area Wikipedia
This ultimate ice cream dessert can be prepared as an alternative to the traditional Christmas pudding. Alternatively, use ready-made dulce de leche toffee sauce, honeycomb and ice creams to create a simple version, and crumble in your leftover pudding.
A classic recipe from rimi.no – Recipe by: Christopher Sjuve
Hazelnut brittle ice cream is a type of ice cream I have never found anywhere else than in Norway, on the other hand here it is a real classic. When I was a kid back in the fifties you could only get three types of desert ice creams in Norway; Vanilla, Tress (one part strawberry ice cream, one part vanilla ice cream and of one part chocolate ice cream) and hazelnut brittle ice cream which was my favourite then and is my favourite still.
This is the way to make delicious, homemade hazelnut brittle ice cream. Try it, you wont regret it – Ted 🙂