If you’re familiar with my past Made in Peirce installments, you know that I don’t settle for simplicity in the servery. I’ll be damned if I don’t have you eating gourmet in no time. This time around, I decided to take a spin on a dainty dessert option. Come out of the servery with a couple of these bad boys on your plate and your friends will definitely be impressed, I promise.
Materials Needed: A couple cookies/some pound cake/anything else that’s somewhat similar and found in the Dessert station, soft serve, jam, any of the syrups by the softserve machine
(Pictured above: I used two oatmeal raisin cookies, blackberry jam, vanilla softserve, and caramel syrup)
- Cut two identical, bitesized squares from the cookie/cake/whatever you’re using.
- Spread a thin layer of the jam of your choice between the two slices and put them together like a sandwich.
- Scoop a lil ball of ice cream on top of the base.
- Top with a LIGHT drizzle syrup of choice from the softserve area.
And don’t stop there! You can get creative. Try multiple sauces, multiple jams, two different cookies/cakes for the base, mixing something into the ice cream, a thin slice of banana or other fruit inside of the base… the possbilities are endless. Check out this one that I made with caramel and fudge syrup, with some blackberry jam mixed into the soft serve: