Homemade ice cream sundae toppings don’t get any easier than the roasted strawberries that Aimee at Simple bites made for her Roasted Strawberry Sundae (above).
You can make the strawberries up to a week ahead and spoon them over
vanilla ice cream when you’re ready for a treat. If you feel fancy (or
very grown up!), do as Aimee suggests and add a splash of balsamic
vinegar or sprinkle of cardamom.
This Cherry Nutella Ice Cream Sundae from
Cooking Canuck might be dessert perfection. I mean, we’re talking
vanilla ice cream, fresh cherries, and NUTELLA. Need I say more?!
blueberries and sweet corn are two of the best ingredients that summer
has to offer–don’t balk until you’ve tried it! In an unexpected twist, Sonja and Alex of A Couple
Cooks puts them together in this fun Blueberry and Sweet Corn Sundae.
They use Greek-style yogurt, but I encourage you to use vanilla ice
cream to turn it from a breakfast to a dessert. I also encourage you to follow their lead by topping with real maple syrup and
a sprinkling of sea salt. Genius.
Kelly at The Best Remedy calls this a Summer Sundae, which indeed it is considering the produce in season right now. I love how, with a quick pulse of a food processor, she turns a
combination of fresh berries into a sundae sauce that she layers with
vanilla ice cream, fresh nectarines, and pecans. Yum! (Photo by Sang An.)
Now here are four words that sound good together: Warm Blackberry Pie Sundae. Grab the recipe from Epicurious, and don’t be scared by the word “pie”–there’s no baking involved.
Instead, you achieve the flavor of berry pie a la mode using
store-bought shortbread cookies. I’m all for sundaes that take longer to eat than make. (Photo by Andrew Mccaul)