You Need To Pair Chocolate Ice Cream With These Delights
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Summers are here and that can only mean one thing - eating more ice creams than you’ve ever eaten before! The heat wave is tough on all of us and the only thing that can make us feel better is a chilled bite of an interesting dessert over dinner. Ice cream has been a safe choice to serve as a dessert for ages. But what do you do when you’re stuck with only chocolate flavour ice cream and your dinner party is about to start in an hour? 

While it’s safe to say that chocolate is a flavour that’s a favourite of all, serving chocolate ice-cream all by itself as dessert at your dinner party can become boring. However, this doesn’t mean you can not have fun and experiment with this flavour of ice cream. There are a lot of dishes that go complimentary with this chocolate ice cream, when served as dessert! If you are looking to make chocolate ice cream a hit dessert at your dinner party, here are some dishes you should consider pairing the ice cream with. 

Waffles Or Pancakes 

Did you know that pancakes and waffles are commonly eaten as dinner and as dessert in parts of Europe and America? In the Netherlands, sweet pancakes are called Poffertjes and are consumed as breakfast, snack, dinner and dessert. Interestingly, in Belgium and France waffles are often served as a dessert too. Pairing chocolate ice cream with fluffy pancakes and crunchy waffles lend a delicious taste and texture to the chocolate ice-cream. 

Cakes And brownies 

Pairing chocolate ice cream with cakes and brownies is a sure shot way to impress. This combination is hugely popular with every foodie. The taste of a frozen dessert combined with the soft texture of cakes and brownies hits just the right spot. Try pairing chocolate ice cream with chocolate, pineapple and vanilla cakes and brownies. 

Make A Chocolate Ice Cream Soda

Decadent dessert drinks are becoming a huge trend in the party scene. There’s no better dessert drink than a chocolate ice-cream soda. The benefit of making this drink is that it’s super easy and quick. All you have to do is pour some chocolate syrup in a glass. Add 1/4 cup milk and 1 cup carbonated water to each and stir. Next, add two scoops of chocolate ice cream to each glass and top it up with some delicious whipped cream. 

If by the end of the party you’re left with some extra chocolate ice cream, you can pair it with cookies for your breakfast the next morning, or make a chocolate ice cream milkshake that can be enjoyed along with any meal the following day. Crunchy cookies and cold chocolate ice cream are an absolutely sinful delight. An ice cream milkshake pairs well with a heavy course meal and is the perfect drink to wash down the meal with. Alternatively, you can use chocolate ice cream to make ice cream truffles. So, what among these dishes would be your pick to pair some ice cream chocolate with?