So I'm sitting at home in my kitchen and I realize it's already three in the afternoon and I haven't eaten anything. I check the fridge: nothing. The pantry: even less. All that's left in the is a wheel of Brie, strawberries that are turning and some mascarpone cheese. In my current condition I'm willing to eat just anout anything. And then...it happened. I opened the freezer and found some frozen Belgian waffles. Seriously. So I'm thinking "okay, okay I can work with this." I take the waffles and toaster oven them until they are as close to light and fluffy frozen waffles can get. Then I remember how much I love mascarpone and I smear a heavy dose the light cheese on the waffles. Next I cut a few thin slices of brie and finally I added some chopped strawberries. Whipped cream was the perfect finish to the meal. And WOW let me tell you those were some of the best waffles I have ever eaten. I've made them three times this week and I don't plan to stop anytime soon. Bon appetite!!
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1. Skinny Ice cream Sundae
If your still holding put on a tight diet but feeling the pull of National Ice cream day feel
free to indulge in this sweet, fat and gluten free and vegan frozen treat..(via Deliciously Sprinkled)
2.Fruity Pebble Strawberry Ice Cream Sundae
Anything taste better with fruity pebbles and this sundae is no exception, breakfast meets desert in this delicious strawberry sundae. (via Willow Bird Baking )
3. Bruleed Twinkie Ice Cream Sandwich
We're all still reeling from the semi-recent lift on the Twinkie ban. What better excuse to buy a box of our favorite childhood snacks than a bruleed sundae? (via Willow Bird Baking)
4. Roasted Peaches with Mascarpone Ice Cream.
Mmm, if you are as big of a mascarpone fan as I am then this recipe will sound like heaven in a bowl, roasted peaches and homemade mascarpone ice cream. I'll have two scoops please (via Food and Wine)
5.Carmel Apple Ice Cream Sundae
this crowd favorite is not just for carnivals and fairs. With fresh apples ,homemade caramel and creamy vanilla ice cream it's a favorite for any occasion (via Cookin' Canuck)
6.Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Cookie dough. Sprinkles. Hot fudge. Carmel Sauce. Need I say more? (via Crème de la Crumb)
7. Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Splits
This one is more gooey peanut butter brownie then sundae but as long as there's ice cream it still counts...right? (via Food and Wine )
8. Ultimate Malted Brownie Sundae
If the word "malt" grants you instant happiness then Martha Stewart is the woman for you. Try her malted sundae with fresh malted brownies and you'll be singing her praises in no time! (via Martha Stewart)
9. Grilled Hot Fudge Sundae Donuts
Grilled donut "buns" have been appearing all over the country with a variety of fillings but nothing can beat the cold chill of creamy vanilla ice cream sandwiched between warm grilled donuts topped with sprinkled and a cherry, you're welcome. (via Climbing Grier Mountain)
10. Apple Butter Ice Cream with Ginger Gnache
Bare with me, this may sound like a lot, but it is actually one of the easiest and most delicious recipes on the list. Fold apple butter into vanilla, melt chocolate, add ginger and boom a sundae to impress even the most elegant guest. (via Food and Wine)
11. The Best Ice Cream Sundae You'll Ever Have
For those of you who like to booze things up a bit this sundae features creamy classic vanilla and chocolate ice cream under layers of thick bourbon Carmel sauce. Adult sundaes for everyone, cheers! (via Cup of Jo)
12. Classic Ice Cream Sundae
Last but certainly not least the grandfather of all modern sundaes. Nothing beats a classic and this simple timeless desert is still going strong on its own. (via Recipe 4 Living)
In my house there is an extreme obsession with breakfast foods. I guarantee almost 80% of our culinary efforts go into the firs meal of the day. About four years ago I became extremely obsessed with the UK specifically Britain. It was as if I wanted to magically transform into an English person over night. I began looking up british study abroad programs, colleges, stores, books and reciepeis. I went as far as befriending all of the English students in my school and develeing a fake English accent that I was sure sounded like the real thing Pathetic right? Anyway, back to the recipie. along my internet and library studies on anything british I found a quick and easy recipie for a dense and fluffy pastry with a fruity filling sweet for desert and savory enough for breakfast: the English Popover! The first time I made this little babies my family was a tad bit apprehensive; the popovers take on quite a peculiar shape when they are first removed from the oven. But after the first bite all hesitation was gone! My mother asks me to make these at least once a month. She will even go to the supermarket herself in order to get the ingredients for me to bake! I hope you enjoy these as much as we do! xx
1. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).
2. Cut BUTTER into 6 equal pieces and place each piece into 6 LARGE muffin tins (you can split this into 12 and divide batter evenly for 12 mini popovers!)
3. Put muffin tins in preheated oven until the butter melts, about 4 minutes. be carful not to burn!!
4. Beat your MILK, EGGS, 1/4 cup SUGAR, and VANILLA together in a large bowl.
5. Whisk FLOUR into the milk mixture until you have created a smooth batter.
6. Divide this evenly between muffin cups and drop even amounts of BLUBERRIES into each portion.
7. Mix together 1 tbsp. SUGAR and CINNAMON together in a small dish and sprinkle evenly over batter portions.
8. Bake in preheated oven for 5 minutes and then REDUCE the heat to 350 degrees (175 C) and continue backing for 25 minutes.
9. Dust tops of popovers with POWDERED SUGAR and squeeze lemon or spray whip cream over the tops.