One of our friends is making red, white, and blue cake pops. But we’re making a very easy—and impressive—red, white, and blue sundae (photo #1).
There’s no better “win” than finding a recipe for a dramatic dessert that can be assembled quickly.
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> The history of the ice cream sundae.
1. SCOOP the ice cream into dishes. You can scoop it in advance and place the balls on a cookie sheet in the freezer until you’re ready to assemble. Cover them with plastic wrap.
2. DRIZZLE some purée and add a few pieces of fruit on top of the ice cream.
3. TOP the ice cream with whipped cream. The photo of the sundae shows a lot of whipped cream.
If you want to pile it high, we recommend stabilized whipped cream, which won’t collapse.
As you layer the whipped cream…
4. DRIZZLE some purée between the “layers” of whipped cream.
5. GARNISH with blueberries and raspberries. Serve.
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