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Red Velvet Ice Cream is a personal favourite of mine. This one is made from scratch then turned into a red velvet ice cream sundae. It’s sheer indulgence.

Red Velvet Ice Cream Sundae |  Red Velvet Ice Cream made from scratch then turned into a red velvet ice cream sundae. It's sheer indulgence.

I try to behave.

I really do.

Then I have these moments where I’m like “ohhh, you should make ice cream”. Then it’s all downhill from there.

There’s a moment when I start out where I think “go easy, not everything needs to be so over the top”.

Then I’m like “ohhh, you should make a sundae instead of just ice cream”.

And I think, okay, I’ll just make a simple sundae.

Then I’m like “ohhh, you should turn it into a parfait and layer it in a glass”.

I start off slow, grab some hot fudge sauce, some shortcake and think that will be just fine.

Then I’m like “ohhh, you should add some chocolate chips. And remember those skor pieces you have in the cupboards. And there’s 10 jars of maraschino cherries in the fridge just calling your name, ohhh, and there’s 10,097 kinds of sprinkles in the studio you keep forgetting you have”.

Yeah, then bad things happen.

I want to apologize.

But I’m too busy shoving this red velvet ice cream sundae into my piehole!

Red Velvet Ice Cream Sundae |  Red Velvet Ice Cream made from scratch then turned into a red velvet ice cream sundae. It's sheer indulgence.

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Red Velvet Ice Cream Sundae

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 5 cups

Serving Size: Serves 10

Red Velvet Ice Cream Sundae

Red Velvet Ice Cream is a personal favourite of mine. This one is made from scratch then turned into a red velvet ice cream sundae. It's sheer indulgence.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup chocolate milk
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup cocoa powder
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 to 4 drops red fool colouring, gel works best
  • Toppings:
  • Store-bought or homemade shortcakes
  • Store-bought or homemade brownies
  • Store bought or homemade hot fudge sauce
  • Skor bits
  • Chocolate chips
  • Sprinkles
  • Maraschino cherries

Instructions

  • Combine the chocolate milk, sugar and cocoa powder in a stand mixer. Whisk until the sugar dissolves.
  • Add the heavy cream and vanilla. Whisk until the mixture thickens.
  • Add the food colouring and mix on slow until combined.
  • Cover the mixing bowl and place in the fridge for a minimum of 1 hour, or preferably overnight. The red colour will deepen overnight.
  • Remove the bowl from the fridge, uncover and transfer the liquid to an (frozen) ice cream maker bowl. Place on machine and begin to churn. You will want to churn this for about 10 to 15 minutes. Remove and place in freezer for 1 hour, over overnight.
  • If you don't have an ice cream maker pour the liquid into a metal container and place in the freezer for a minimum of 4 hours, or overnight. It will just be a tad softer than if you used the ice cream maker.
  • Serve with a big old red velvet smile!
  • To make the sundaes:
  • Cut up shortcakes or brownies into bite size pieces. Lay on the bottom of serving dish.
  • Add a scoop of ice cream.
  • Pour hot fudge sauce over top.
  • Sprinkle skor bits, chocolate chips, and sprinkles over top.
  • Add another scoop of ice cream.
  • Sprinkle more skor bits, chocolate chips, and sprinkles over top. Add some cherries.
  • Serve with a complete disregard for calories! And a red velvet smile!

Notes

Please note that the total time does not reflect freezing time. You will want to freeze this for 4 hours, or preferably overnight.

Recipe adapted from Scoop Adventures by Lindsay Clendaniel (Page Street Publishing; March 2014) Printed with permission.

http://www.cravingsofalunatic.com/2014/07/red-velvet-ice-cream-sundae.html

Red Velvet Ice Cream Sundae |  Red Velvet Ice Cream made from scratch then turned into a red velvet ice cream sundae. It's sheer indulgence.

Today we’re celebrating ice cream. Ice cream is a passion of many of us. But none quite like a lady named Lindsay Clendaniel.

I’ve mentioned her cookbook on the blog before. I made a Chunky Turtle Ice Cream from Scoop Adventures awhile back. It was amazing. All of the recipes in her cookbook are fabulous.

The cookbook takes us on a journey through 50 States where some of the best ice cream shops share their recipes with Lindsay. It’s such a cool thing. But today we’re focusing on the last chapter of the cookbook. That one has all of Lindsay’s personal recipes. They are stellar.

I’ve tried 5 of her recipes thus far, this one I adapted from one of her recipes. All recipes were easy to follow, yet packed a flavour punch. Lindsay has a knack for making powerful recipes but giving simple and clear direction so people of all skill levels can make them. I dig that about her.

If you get a chance swing by her blog Scoop Adventures. You will be so happy you visited her. Don’t blame me if you lose yourself in a maze of fabulous, and decadent ice cream recipes. Take your time, browse around, and be ready to get that ice cream maker churning.

Jenni Field of Pastry Chef Online had us join forces for the day to spread the word about how freaking fantastic Lindsay’s recipes are. We have loved every minute of it.

You can check out everyone’s ice cream recipes below. Then make your way through each recipe over the summer.

Fat pants be damned. It’s summer, you’ll sweat off that ice cream weight in no time. Trust me. I’d never lead you astray!

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I apologize for the bad grammar running rampant in this post. It’s 5 am and I am so hopped up on ice cream and pepsi my brain has shifted into overdrive. I need sleep. But the caffeine has me hallucinating at this point. Plus the freezer is calling me. “Just have one more, ice cream does not contain calories”. If only, right.

Disclosure Mumbo Jumbo: Post contains affiliate links. I would receive a few gold doubloons for any purchases you make. I’m not going to lie, I plan to use them all on vanilla extract. Thanks to anyone who makes purchases through affiliate links. It helps to keep the blog going, and offsets expenses to run it. 

Toodles and smoochies! xx

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Comments

  1. 1

    Looks scrumptiously decadent!

  2. 2

    Oh, Kimmie! I do love you so much, you and your over the top self! LOL What a fantastic lunatic-worthy sundae! And fat pants be damned indeed! =)

  3. 3

    LOL, I was popping over, expecting a little chocolate sauce over your ice cream….should have known! Your layered trifle/parfait/sundae is pure decadence….now I just need to find my spoon :)

  4. 4

    Good gawd, I need this red velvet ice cream sundae in my life (and in my mouth) right now. It’s stunning, Kim. And I’d love to win the book. Fingers crossed! Now go get yourself some sleep!

  5. 5

    Aaaarrgggh and I always forget to answer the rafflecopter question. I’d take my ice cream in any way, shape or form but if I had to answer, I’d say in a cone. Especially a freshly made waffle cone. Yummm…

  6. 6
    Brittany Koelmel says:

    i prefer a cup because im the messiest eater alive.

  7. 7

    Waffle cone, dahling!

  8. 8

    You ARE a lunatic. This is absolutely over the top; the perfect recipe for your madness Kim! :)

  9. 9

    Ice cream Madness——sign me up!!!! All is fair when it comes to ice cream. This is an el supremo example!!!

  10. 10

    OMG, Kim, I was laughing through this post. I understand how one starts with a basic idea and then turns it into a completely decadent, out-of-this-world, MUST HAVE treat. Kind of like your Red Velvet Ice Cream Sundae!

  11. 11

    Your red velvet sundae looks sublime…As a fan of red velvet cake AND ice cream, I thank you, Kim, for a very do-able recipe…and sundae!

  12. 12

    I would die happily in the arms of this sundae :D
    WOW!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  13. 13
    Linda K. says:

    I prefer ice cream in a dish. I’m more about the ice cream than the cone.

  14. 14

    You try to behave? seriously? Wasted effort. I gave up years ago. Your creations always make me smile.

  15. 15
    Debbie Bray says:

    Love ice cream sundaes in a d ish

  16. 16
    Misha Hunter says:

    I love ice cream served in a sugar cone!

  17. 17
    Mandy Shannon says:

    Oh how I love ice cream and chocolate and sprinkles and skor bars AND CHERRIES! MY MY MY, I love all your genius, ALL OF IT! And give me a crunchy yummy cone to eat it out of and I’m in heaven. Droooooooling!

  18. 18
    Rusty H says:

    I love my ice cream in a cone.

  19. 19
    Debbie Lind says:

    I like my ice cream either way! I eat it mostly from a bowl!

  20. 20
    Jasmine Henderson says:

    I prefer my ice cream in a bowl. I always get waaayyy too messy with a cone!

  21. 21
    Heather says:

    There is nothing better than a really good sweet and crunchy sugar cone and ice cream!

  22. 22

    I have the same “more is more” policy but I gotta tell you that this sundae is beyond my wildest sundae dreams, Kim. Just WOW.

  23. 23

    I prefer ice cream in a cone.

  24. 24

    I know that we mostly try to be good but I like even better when you are a little naughty as this dessert is over the top. Photos are just stunning! Just pinned. Have a super weekend. Take care, BAM

  25. 25

    I prefer ice cream in a dish.

  26. 26

    Ice cream in a sugar cone is my favorite!

  27. 27

    I’m glad someone else has conversations with their pantry ingredients. Because if it’s just one of us, it’s crazy, of there are more, it’s a trend. Soooo trendy, dear. So trendy.

  28. 28

    I perfer my ice cream in a dish. I don’t care of cones.

  29. 29

    I’ll take the best of both worlds. Ice cream in a dish, topped with an upside down cone!

  30. 30
    LoriAnne in Oregon says:

    I like my ice cream in a dish…preferably a very large, very cold dish!

  31. 31
    Maria S. says:

    Cone of course!!

  32. 32
    Annette says:

    I love my ice cream in a cone, but when I make it at home I just use a bowl.

  33. 33

    waffle cone!

  34. 34

    Bah… This looks amazing! I’m so happy you get a little out of control when it comes to ice cream. This is gorgeous! Pinned.

  35. 35

    When creativity starts a’flowin’, who am I to stand in the way of a sundae like this?? I like the way you think. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us! I’ve been making ice cream since I got my hands on this book and I am going to try on a sundae. :)

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