Ice cream sundae

Sundae or Sunday is a frozen dessert that generally consists of a scoop of ice cream topped with syrup or syrup (often chocolate, caramel, strawberry, or dulce de leche), and in some cases, other ingredients such as chopped nuts, sour cream milk , chantilly cream or cherries in syrup.


According to the Oxford English Dictionary , the origin of the term sundae is uncertain. Various locations in the United States such as Evanston , Illinois, New York State , New Orleans , Louisiana, Cleveland, Ohio or Buffalo indicate their authorship.

In recent years, officials from Two Rivers and Ithaca have used controversy to advertise their cities.

Steps for making the Sundae

  1. select a cup, tulip clean, shiny, without cracks or deported. Hold it between the fingers at the bottom.
  2. Add half an ounce of syrup forthe flavor of the ice cream, if not, replace it with another suitable or simple caramel
  3. Add two scoops of ice cream one on top of the other.
  4. cover the ice cream with marshmallow
  5. Add syrup for the flavor of the ice cream or the substitute added first.
  6. Sprinkle with almonds, chopped peanuts, panettone granule, and top with a guide or a fruit pearl.


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