Salted Caramel Affogato

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Salted Caramel Affogato
Salted Caramel Affogato. Doesn’t it look heavenly! Do you know what else is so stellar about this dessert? It’s a dessert your children will not steal from you because it requires a sophisticated adult taste and a deep love for coffee…and caramel. Better yet, only two ingredients are needed. Ice-Cream and Espresso. Affogato is Italian for “drowned”, so literally what you get is delicious ice-cream drowned in a shot of espresso. I can’t imagine anything better for an afternoon pick me up. Just picture yourself with a good book or a magazine and a cup of that liquid delight. I am pretty sure it would also go nicely with my morning paper and a holiday in Sicily this summer. Alas, summer holiday in Sicily is not in my near future but it is in Angela’s who, once again offered her help and Italian expertise for creating this post. 

Salted Caramel Affogato
Ingredients: (for 2)

  • Salted Caramel Ice-Cream or your favourite flavour-2 scoops
  • Freshly prepared espresso- 2 shots
  • Amaretto or Bailey’s (optional)
  • Chocolate shavings or curls (optional)

Method:

Scoop ice-cream into two individual cups or short glasses. Prepare espresso and pour over ice-cream, add Amaretto or Bailey’s if desired and sprinkle with chocolate. Don’t wait any longer, enjoy immediately!!

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