Okay, so we have our three recipes together, right? No? Well then, check these links –
For the Easy-Peesy Chocolate Brownie, click here.
For the Honeycomb, click here.
And for the Dark Chocolate Mud Ice Cream, click here.
Now we have all the recipes in order, if you’ve managed to keep the end results away from sticky fingers, it’s time to put them all together for something a bit special. Just like the three previous recipes, this one is way easier than it looks. Plus, no new ingredients! It’s just a matter of plating up.
What You Need:
Homemade Chocolate Brownies, still in the pan, cooled but unsliced.
Homemade Honeycomb. Crushed.
Homemade Dark Chocolate Mud ice cream that has been set in a slice tray.
A round cookie cutter, aprox 7cm.
A round cookie cutter, aprox 4cm.
To serve, I added golden syrup and a commercial chocolate sauce.
How It’s Done:
After all that hard work, this is the fun bit! Using your cookie cutter, cut a circular shape from your brownies. My brownies were quite thick, so I cut it in half width-wise, but if yours are thinner, cut two circles. Cut one circle from your set ice cream – make sure it’s the same size and your brownies. Place one brownie on the plate, the ice cream directly on top of it, and then another brownie piece. You need to work quickly and carefully at this point. Then, using a smaller round cookie cutter – or a small ice cream scoop – cut another two discs of ice cream. Place one flat on top, the other sitting on an angle. Then, crumble honeycomb pieces over the top and a few more on the side of the dish for garnish. I added a quick swirl of golden syrup and chocolate sauce too.
*Experiment! Just because I’ve used round shapes here, doesn’t mean you can’t cut squares, heart shapes or anything else. And, if you’re taking your dessert directly to the table, a warmed chocolate sauce would be DELISH.