Serving Size: 10
Preparation Time :0:45
- 1 dozen eggs
- 1 lb sugar superfine—bar sugar
- 1 qt cream light
- 1 pint brandy
- 1 pint rum Meyers—Dark
- 1 pint brandy (Flavored like Apricot)—or vodka
- 1/2 gallon ice cream—vanilla
- 1 qt cream heavy—to make 3 qt
- 4 oz sugar 10 X—sifted
- 1/2 fluid ounce vanilla extract
- 1 cup Gran Marnier
Yield: about a gallon
- Whip eggs and superfine bar sugar together until sugar is dissolved.
- Add liquor (try apricot or other flavored brandy instead of vodka). Whip well.
- Add light cream. Whip again.
- Break up ice cream small and add 1/2 ice cream and 1/2 whipped cream and stir in well
- Float remaining ice cream and whipped cream on top. Grate fresh nutmeg and cinnamon over top lightly
- Serve with butter cookies.
Whipped Cream. Chill bowl and beater. Whip 1 qt heavy cream till tracks show. Add 4 oz sifted lox sugar. Add 1/2 oz Virginia Dare Vanilla. Continue beating, add Gran Marnier slowly while beating if you are adding it. Whip to medium soft peaks. Makes the 3 qt's required.
Chocolate Version. Use Double dark chocolate ice cream. Add 6 to 8 oz (about a cup) of Grand Marnier to the whipped cream with the vanilla slowly. Add a pint of Gran Marnier or Sabra Orange Chocolate liqueur instead of the vodka. Garnish with chocolate curls or grated dark chocolate.
Be sure to have a Merry Christmas by NOT driving after drinking
Steve's #22 Jewish Holiday Recipes
- Sweet Potato Latkes
- Cheese Latkes Judith
- Schmaltz (Rendering Chicken or Goose Fat)
- Crepes (for the "en Aumoniere")
- Fresh Apple Sauce
- Roesti Potato Pancakes
- Vegetarian Potato Cutlets (Mom's End of the Month Recipe)
- Pommes Duchesse
- Baked Apples (Dad's Recipe Handed Down to Me)
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