Delicious Ice Cream Toppings

Ice cream with pecan toppings

 

This month, the Laguna Place Blog is sharing a few delicious toppings that you can add to your favorite ice cream flavors. Take some time this week to add a few scoops of something different in your Kissimmee, FL apartment!

 

Lemon Curd

Add this to vanilla ice cream with blueberries. It’s also great for eating with scones, biscuits, and cakes.

 

Feuilletine

We recommend adding some of these to chocolate ice cream and chocolate pearls. Though you might be tempted, don’t pile these on. A thin layer spread out will do the trick. Feuilletine tastes like pieces of a sugar cone. They’re sweet while bringing a nice crunch to the dessert.

 

Caramel Popcorn

Along with peanuts, sprinkle caramel corn on top of caramel ice cream. One bite will have you wanting more.

 

Maple Syrup

This tastes great with vanilla, but try adding it to other flavors!

 

Candied Pecans

It’s hard to eat just one of these little treats, or even just a few. Add them to ice cream, and it brings a whole new flavor to the table.

 

Cherry-Pistachio Bark

Just make sure it’s crushed into bite-sized pieces. They taste great with vanilla or chocolate ice cream.

 

Nutella

Add to peanut butter ice cream. If you’re feeling more adventurous, you can also add in some crushed peanut brittle for added crunch. It looks great and tastes even better.

 

Olive Oil

You might be surprised by this addition to the list. If you’ve never tried olive oil and ice cream together, then you’re missing out on an unforgettable experience. Add the oil to vanilla, chocolate, or whatever flavor of ice cream you prefer, and don’t feel a need to drench your bowl — just a little will do. Then, add some sea salt and dig in. The olive oil and salt bring a subtle but rich flavor to the ice cream, and it’s simply delicious. You can also find different flavors of olive oil to add even more to the experience.

 

Let us know what you think of these toppings in the comments below. Thanks for reading!

 

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