Italian affogato ice cream drowned in espresso. Affogato, the word for "drowned" in Italian, makes the perfect after-dinner alternative to coffee and dessert! This simple treat is a delicious way to. This is a beautiful Italian dessert where ice cream is "drowned" in coffee It must be the fastest and easiest one to make ever!
This fusion of sugar and caffeine makes this espresso ice cream Affogato the perfect solution for anyone struggling to make it through the afternoon or survive beyond dinnertime. Affogato is an Italian miracle, as far as food experiences go! One strong shot of hot espresso is poured over rock cold vanilla bean ice cream in a glass. You can cook Italian affogato ice cream drowned in espresso using 4 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Italian affogato ice cream drowned in espresso
- Prepare 1 shot of espresso with Nescafé gold granules.
- Prepare 2 scoops of gelato vanilla ice cream or caramel crunch.
- It’s 1/2 cup of water.
- You need 1 tablespoon of natural honey to drizzle as garnishing.
Each bite is different and must be savored for the full experience. This treat is meant to be enjoyed in the moment, and is the best pick-me-up I know! An affogato is an Italian dessert in which ice cream is drowned into espresso. This dessert is very easy to make and tastes delicious.
Italian affogato ice cream drowned in espresso instructions
- Firstly prepare a shot of espresso by brewing the coffee then take a serving glass or cup and add 2 generous scoops of ice cream drizzle honey on top and pop a shot of espresso by its side..
- And serve it immediately our delicious Italian affogato coffee with ice cream is ready to relish. Once ice cream starts to melt the marble texture in coffee is magical do try & experience it..!.
The only necessarily ingredients are ice cream and coffee, while all other ingredients are options. I have added a liqueur (Amaretto), some Ameretti and chocolate to add. The traditional name for an Affogato is "affogato al caffe" or "affogato al caffè" or sometimes even "café affogato". It literally means "drowned" in Italian. The variations are endless, and there's really no right or wrong.