Tempting, tasty, and celebratory—we created this ice cream float to help ring in our country’s birthday. It’s perfect to assemble and enjoy with kids (that bright blue Curaçao syrup is totally non-alcoholic), although it makes a great grown-up treat with a glass of bubbly, like Michel Gonet Blanc de Noirs Champagne. Sit back and watch the fireworks in delicious frozen style.
Makes 4 large servings
4 tablespoon rose syrup
4 tablespoons blue Curaçao syrup
4 cups water
4 scoops vanilla ice cream
1 can whipped cream
cherries, to garnish
Mix together rose syrup with 2 cups of water and Curaçao syrup with the remaining 2 cups of water. Fill 4 sundae glasses with ice and pour in the rose mixture till midway of each glass. Now, slowly pour in the blue mixture on top of the rose mixture. Top with ice cream, whipped cream & cherries.
Chef Garima, an investment-banker turned baker-chef is the founder & CEO of breakingbread.co, an events & catering company. She is an alumni of Le Cordon Bleu, Paris & has been featured as Top 15 in reality television show- MasterChef. Chef Garima is a culinary innovator who speaks in various institutions, globally about smart & efficient ways to use food as an eradicator of health issues, poverty & induce employment.