Creme Brulee Stout Float with Creme Brulee Stout No-Churn Ice Cream
Yeah, I went there. But it’s St. Patrick’s Day AND it’s my birthday, so I’m allowed to be totally over the top. In fact, I think it’s encouraged and even required to be totally over the top on your birthday. And since it also happens to be St. Patrick’s Day, I decided beer everywhere is a must.
Now, I know that y’all have seen me use this Creme Brulee Stout in those brownies, and I want to be clear that the fine folks at Southern Tier Brewing are not sponsoring this post or compensating me for putting their delicious beer in everything lately. I just love this beer. It’s just that good. Seriously.
Now that we’ve got the legal stuff out of the way, let’s get back to all things me, my birthday, and this float. My friends and fellow home brewers have been making stout floats for as long as we’ve been brewing. I highly recommend it.
I had the idea to make Creme Brulee Stout No-Churn Ice Cream after I made these brownies and this Mint Chocolate Chip No-Churn Ice Cream. It was like all this ice cream and beer ideas were flying around in my head and collided to explode into the Creme Brulee Stout No-Churn Ice Cream.
Of course I couldn’t stop there. Because why wouldn’t I toss it into some beer. But not just any beer – the beer that is the object of my obsession lately – Southern Tier Creme Brulee Stout.
And the Creme Brulee Stout Float with Creme Brulee Stout No-Churn Ice Cream was born.
So it seemed appropriate to share it with you on the day I was born.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, y’all! Cheers!
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Author: Rachelle Corson-Webber
- 1 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 tablespoon vanilla bean paste
- 1/2 cup Southern Tier Creme Brulee Stout
- 2 cups cold heavy cream
- 2 -4 scoops Creme Brulee Stout Ice Cream
- 1 12 ounce bottle Creme Brulee Stout (Southern Tier)
- Chill metal bowl and whisk attachment to a stand mixer
- Beat cream until stiff peaks form, 2-4 minutes
- In a medium or large bowl, mix together condensed milk, vanilla, and beer
- Fold in whipped cream
- Transfer to a loaf pan, cover with aluminum foil and freeze overnight
- Transfer 1-2 scoops Creme Brulee Ice Cream into a Mason jar or mug
- Top with Southern Tier Creme Brulee Stout
This will make 2 floats
Ice Cream recipe adapted from Martha
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