Saturday, February 5, 2011
One of the many perks of having a couple pints of Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream in your freezer, as I do, is that you can create a triple chocolate stout sundae on a whim on a Friday night. 

This creation was inspired by my friend Courtney, and her love of Young's Double Chocolate Stout.  It is quite possibly the easiest recipe ever, although it does require having some high quality and particular ingredients. 

Ghirardelli Triple Chocolate Brownies

Jeni's Kona Stout Ice Cream

Now, listen carefully, and follow along.  Bake the brownies as directed on the box.  Cut.  Put a brownie in a bowl.  Put two scoops of Jeni's Kona Stout ice cream on top of the brownie.  Get a spoon.  Eat.

I would have taken a picture of the finished product, but I ate it. 

Sorry.

3 comments:

Caitlin said...

I love Young's Double Chocolate Stout! I assume I would also love this Double Chocolate Stout inspired sundae... just a guess though :D

Parita@myinnershakti said...

Hi! I just came across your blog and find it nuts that you have such an awesome blog AND go to MED SCHOOL!!! I have lots of friends that are currently in school/residency, so I know how hectic it all is! You should be so proud of yourself for finding balance and doing what you love. Great job! Looking forward to reading more. :)

Kari said...

Thanks so much! I'm glad you're enjoying it! I realized that med school was killing my ability to write in complete sentences (and without acronyms), and this blog is an attempt to revive my enjoyment of "creative" writing.

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