This is a sponsored post on behalf of Dreyer’s® Slow Churned® light ice cream. My love of their ice cream and the recipe are all my own.
When Dreyer’s emailed asking if I would like to partner with them to spread the word about their Slow Churned light ice cream, I responded instantly with a resounding HECK YES. Our freezer is stocked with it already and I would love to tell everyone how much I love it! What isn’t to love about ice cream that is creamy and delicious?
Bonus? I got to get my creative on and share a recipe I came up with. Hope you love it as much as I do!
Champagne isn’t just for drinking on New Year’s Eve. These individual sundaes served in a martini glass will have your guests begging for seconds!
One Bottle Champagne (If you have little ones enjoying this dessert simply make it with sparkling apple cider instead.)
1 Cup Sugar
1 Teaspoon Vanilla
½ Tablespoon Cinnamon
DREYER’S Slow Churned Classic Vanilla Ice Cream
Strawberries (Cut into quarters)
In a sauce pan boil champagne (or sparkling apple cider), ¾ cup of sugar and 1 teaspoon of vanilla until sugar is dissolved. Then lower and simmer an additional 10 minutes.
Remove from heat. Add strawberries and let sit for at least one hour.
Combine remaining ¼ cup of sugar and cinnamon for the rims of the martini glasses.
Lightly dampen the rims with water from your fingertip and then place into mixture.
Add one scoop of Dreyer’s Slow Churned Classic Vanilla light ice cream to each martini glass. Top with two spoonfuls of strawberries, a dollop of whipped cream and half of a waffle cookie.
Dreyer’s ice cream is one company with two names: West of the Rocky Mountains, the ice cream is Dreyer’s; while the EDY’S® name appears east of the Rockies. Visit Dreyers.com or Edys.com for inspiration on how to incorporate Slow Churned light ice cream into your holiday get together!
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Dreyer’s. My love of their ice cream and the recipe are all my own.