Ice Cream Dessert, Popsicles in a Shot Glass
A novel and different way to serve a frozen dessert

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Softened ice cream is poured into shot glasses, add a popsicle stick and freeze. See more creative dessert ideas with pictures!

Ice Cream popsicles in a shot glass

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Ice Cream Dessert, Popsicles in a shot glass
recipe, photograph and presentation all created by Peggy Bucholz for www.finedinings.com


Recipe Type:  shot glass, popsicle

Total Time: 10 min

Prep Time:10 min
Servings: 8

Ingredients:

8 (1/4-cup) shot glasses
2 tablespoons chocolate sauce

1 pint ice cream, your favorite flavor, softened
8 wooden Popsicle sticks

Instructions:

Place shot glasses in freezer for at least one hour or overnight. Drizzle small amounts of chocolate sauce down inside edges of frosted glasses letting it run freely making designs. Place glasses in freezer again for at least one hour or overnight.

Soften ice cream to a soupy consistency, put in a container with a pouring spout and fill each glass to the top. Place in freezer for approximately 10 minutes or until semi frozen. Insert a popsicle stick in the center of each glass; freeze again until solid.
They can be made ahead.

Remove glasses from freezer 10 to 15 minutes before serving on individual plates. Dinner guests twist popsicle out of the glass to enjoy this unique dessert.



Wine recommendation: Riesling; Dessert wine

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