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Easy Ice Cream Delights Recipe

Updated on November 28, 2021
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Easy Ice Cream Delights, Made for Two

Two Easy Ice Cream Delights, made in about 5 minutes.
Two Easy Ice Cream Delights, made in about 5 minutes. | Source

Rating

5 stars from 1 rating of Easy Ice Cream Delights

About this ice cream and brown sugar recipe

A can't-miss hit with ice cream lovers! Layers of ice cream separated by brown sugar and, optionally, topped off with whipped cream and a cherry. Fast, fun, and easy to make, also. This is the answer when unexpected guests arrive, such as the neighbors on their evening walk..

Time to Find Your Crystal Parfait Dessert Glasses

Two dessert glasses, one for each guest.
Two dessert glasses, one for each guest. | Source

Cook Time=0, Prep Time=6 minutes

Prep time: 6 min
Ready in: 6 min
Yields: Serves 2, but is easily adaptable

The Simple Ingredients

Brown sugar (on the left) and vanilla ice cream on the right.
Brown sugar (on the left) and vanilla ice cream on the right. | Source

Ingredients

  • about 4-5 C Vanilla Ice Cream, The colder, the better
  • about 6 TBsp Brown sugar (light or dark), Make sure it isn't lumpy! Use a sugar sifter
  • 2 Dessert glasses, preferably chilled or iced
  • (optional) Whipped cream
  • (optional) Cherries (at least 1 per dessert)

Assembling the Ice Cream Layers Quickly

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Instructions for Assembling Layers of Ice Cream Quickly (BEFORE They Melt)

  1. Take all but 2 of the dessert glasses and put them in the freezer as you take out the ice cream. You'll have to work fast, rather than perfect, to get this done before the ice cream melts.
  2. Use a teaspoon to spoon up about 1/4 to 1/3 the height of your dessert glass of ice cream. Pat the ice cream down and make the top as flat as possible. (This will be easier with the colder glasses in the freezer.)
  3. Using a spoon carefully or a sugar-shaker, cover the top of the ice cream with a thin but visible line of brown sugar.
  4. Put these two glasses in the freezer, remove 2 other glasses, and repeat steps 1-4 until all of the glasses are filled almost to the brim (usually about 3 layers of ice cream total), depending on your dessert glass size.
  5. Topping: I prefer, personally, to pile on the brown sugar to top off this dessert, but you may alternatively use whipped cream and possibly a cherry if you have some available.
  6. Now that they're all done, wipe off any ice or ice cream that may have accidentally gotten on the outside of the glasses and serve them immediately with spoons and napkins.

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