The Chancery’s Peanut Butter Cup Ice-Cream Dessert


Back when I was bartending at The Chancery (ten years ago!), this dessert was the bane of my existence. Why? Because the bartenders had to make it. We had a Kitchenaid mixer behind the bar and on a busy Friday or Saturday night when you’re knee-deep in frozen margaritas, martinis and bloody Mary’s, the last order you want to see come through is a Peanut Butter Cup. Worse, you usually want to punch the server that rang in the order. Always a curse-worthy moment.

Now that those days are just a faded memory, I can happily (and leisurely) recreate the dessert in my own kitchen — for myself, or when I really want to impress — for friends.

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Ingredients

  • 3 generous scoops of vanilla bean ice-cream
  • 1 T. chocolate syrup
  • 2 T. chunky peanut butter
  • Whip cream, for garnish
  • Mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (or cut a regular size in half), for garnish

Directions

  1. In a stand mixer, whip the ice-cream, peanut butter and chocolate syrup.
  2. Drizzle chocolate syrup around the inside of a pint glass, about half-way down.
  3. Pour/scoop the ice-cream mixture into the prepared glass.
  4. Garnish with whip cream and peanut butter cup.
  5. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Recipe rating:

Last week I stayed home from work three days. One of my symptoms was a sore throat. I know you’re not supposed to eat ice-cream or any kind of dairy product for that matter (and I should add that I didn’t have a latte for an entire week which is a major feat for me), but ice-cream always makes everything feel better. I mentioned this to my coworker Carrie, and the next day she brought in a pint of Vanilla Bean ice-cream for me. (The perfect excuse to blog about this dessert!)

I meant to only take a bite. I’m still very congested and don’t want to be even more congested. However, you can’t just take a bite of this dessert. It’s simply impossible. I ended up scarfing the entire pint.

Whatever. My throat and belly thanked me for it!

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