Irish Coffee Ice Cream
All it takes are four simple ingredients to make a perfect Irish coffee: cream, coffee, sugar, and Irish Whiskey. Add in just a few more ingredients and you’ll have some revitalizing Irish Coffee Ice Cream.
The Irish coffee was invented in 1943 at a small airport bar near Limerick, Ireland. Nearly 80 years later, this world-famous cocktail is still as popular as ever.
Considering that coffee ice cream is also one of the most adored ice cream flavors out there, it only makes sense to combine the two and treat yourself to the ultimate ice cream experience.
Mint Julep Ice Cream
Trying to beat the summer heat? This refreshing Mint Julep Ice Cream recipe from Emeril Lagasse will cool you off and add some southern charm to your life.
The mint julep is one of the most iconic bourbon cocktails ever invented. Every year in May, almost 120,000 mint juleps are served during the Kentucky Derby. Whether it’s Derby Day or just a hot summer day, you can’t go wrong with this crowd-pleasing recipe.
Fireball Ice Cream
Fireball ‘tastes like heaven and burns like hell’. When you combine the fiery burn of cinnamon-flavored whiskey with the fatty creaminess of ice cream, you get a tantalizing play of hot and cold that will keep you coming back for more.
This Fireball Whiskey Ice Cream recipe is super easy to make and doesn’t require an ice cream machine. Simply blend the ingredients with a packet of Hijinx ice cream mix and freeze for a few hours.
Pair this boozy cinnamon ice cream with a warm gooey dark chocolate brownie and get ready for the most sinfully decadent dessert of your life.
Whiskey’s complex flavor profiles add depth and nuance to the average ice cream base, making it one of the best spirits to add to your recipes. For a fun and unique ice cream experience this summer, grab a few of your favorite bottles and start experimenting.
You’re never too old for an ice cream party.