I’m having a moment here. From the very first day I began blogging in 2009, I always knew that at some point I wanted to create a s’mores sundae. It’s nothing revolutionary or especially unique which is probably why I kept procrastinating. I have no doubt that a quick Google search will pull up countless other recipes for s’mores sundaes. But when I was hired to develop a recipe for Attune Foods using their Erewhon Organic Graham Crackers, my brain immediately screamed “graham cracker ice cream!”
I’ve always loved graham crackers. I dip them in tea, dip them in milk, eat them plain and even crumble them over ice cream. How it took me this long to actually incorporate them into the ice cream itself is beyond me but I can’t think of a better base for a s’mores sundae, can you?
I used homemade marshmallows (flambed, of course) and homemade hot fudge to complete the dish. To simplify things you can easily use store bought marshmallows and/or hot fudge, but at the very least, make this ice cream. Trust me.
Head over to Attune Foods to get my s’mores sundae recipe!
Tools I Used
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All-Clad Stainless 2-Quart Saucepan
Silver Gelatin Sheets
Rubbermaid High Heat Spatula
BonJour Brushed Aluminum Chef’s Torch
Cuisinart Pure Indulgence 2-Quart Ice Cream Maker
Polder Digital In-Oven Thermometer/Timer (doubles as my candy thermometer)
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Disclaimer: I was paid to develop a recipe for Attune Foods. As usual, all opinions are my own!Don't miss future updates from Savory Simple! Subscribe to new recipes by email. You can also follow me via RSS, Facebook and Twitter.