Tonight I discovered an adorable new ice cream parlor in Sacramento, La Bombe Ice Cream & More, and it reminded me of this incredibly simple but impressive
dessert I used to make all the time! Sacramentans, I highly recommend you check
this place out. They use Gunther’s ice cream (which is fabulous), have
incredible flavor combinations, and the staff is delightful. Here are two of
their finest combos…
less time and effort. Here are the basics…
it with plastic wrap, which makes it really easy to get it out of the bowl, but it
will create little lines in it. If you’re covering it with ganache or whipped cream later that won’t matter. If the ice cream will be seen brush
the bowl with vegetable oil and freeze it for a while before filling.
it around your bowl. Cover the inside completely with your first flavor, then fill the middle with as many layers of different flavors and toppings as you
like. Freeze it between layers for about 20 minutes.
tasty options. Just press the toppings into the last layer of ice cream while it’s
still soft or add chocolate fudge and sprinkle on top of that.
look amazing when it pops out of the bowl you can still dress it up. Graham
cracker crumbs, finely chopped nuts or ganache will erase all imperfections,
and no one’s ever complained about whipped cream with a cherry on top!