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Vanilla Ice Cream + Pineapple = Ooh La La

I'm going to be MIA for a few days (Vegas trip, baby!). So in the meantime, I thought I'd post a few things for you to read in the meantime :)

Last week Jenn came over for dinner and brought vanilla ice cream. A full carton of vanilla ice cream for 4 girls. Needless to say, we did not finish the whole thing, and Jenn was generous enough to leave the remainder of the carton for me.

So I've been snacking on the ice cream: by itself, with mini chocolate chips and with strawberry granita. All good options.

On Sunday I decided to do something a bit more elaborate: Vanilla Ice Cream with Pineapple and Caramel Sauce.

brown sugar
pineapple, peeled, cored, sliced
vanilla ice cream

1. Melt the butter in a non-stick pan.
2. Saute pineapple with brown sugar until the sugar and butter form almost a caramel sauce and the pineapple has turned brown.
3. Put a few scoops of vanilla ice cream in a bowl. Top with pineapple slices and caramel sauce.
4. Enjoy.
5. Blame Jenn for leaving the ice cream at your apartment :)


Unknown said...

Sounds like a yummy way to dress your ice cream up. :) Have fun!

Anonymous said...

god, what a mouthgasm. the pineapple ring looks gorgeous. forget diamond rings, I want THAT one!

Chef Fresco said...

Mmm looks good! I bet the pineapple was delicious!

Jacque said...

That looks SO good! wow, nice work.

Simones Kitchen said...

O lucky you; Vegas trip!! I hope you have a good time (I am sure you will) This is a lovely recipe too...:)

sj said...

mmm that looks incredible! Enjoy your time in Vegas :) *hugs*

Creative Classroom Core said...

Oooh lala is right!
This looks heavenly!

Jude said...

Didn't sounds like they would go together, but with the pineapples caramelized like that.. yum.

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