An Italian affogato is like a root beer float, but with coffee instead of soda. Here, we& 39;ve combined rich and creamy caramel ice cream with coffee, whipped cream, caramel drizzle, and a sprinkle of toffee bits to make the ultimate dessert indulgence!MORE+LESS-Updated September 18, 20171 1/2cups strong coffee, cooled2large scoops caramel ice cream, slightly softened4tablespoons caramel sauce2tablespoons toffee bitsHide Images1Pour coffee in large mugs.
If you’re curious how we could make a sangria without any wine, you’re not alone. The results? A citrusy, fizzy, spiced crowd-pleaser.MORE+LESS-2teaspoons whole allspice1 1/2teaspoons whole cloves6slices (1/4-inch) gingerroot1medium orange, cut into thin rounds1medium lime, cut into thin rounds2cans (12 oz each) LaCroix™ lime-flavored sparkling water, chilledHide Images1In 1-quart saucepan, heat water, sugar, 4 of the cinnamon sticks, the allspice, cloves and gingerroot to boiling over medium-high heat.
Prep 5minTotal5minServings1Zombies are known for two things: loving brains and moving slowly. It’s known as the Zombie because it’s full of booze, making it a fun concoction for Halloween as well as all year long.MORE+LESS-IngredientsOrange slice, pineapple wedge and maraschino cherry for garnish, if desiredStepsHide Images1Add all of the liquors into a cocktail shaker.
These easy cookies are lightly sweetened and perfect for serving with tea, coffee or whatever.MORE+LESS-1sheet puff pastry, defrosted according to package directions1tbsp salted butter, meltedHide Images1Preheat oven to 400°F. Unfold the puff pastry on a floured cutting board. Brush the side facing up with butter.
A classic German dish made with the flavors of a Cuban sandwich.MORE+LESS-6tablespoons Dijon mustardHide Images1Slice the flank steak in half against the grain of the meat.2With your hand on top of half of the steak, run your knife through the steak between your hand and the cutting board, slicing the steak into 3 very thin sheets.