Take-out Tuesday, Tipsy Witch Salted Caramel Ice Cream

What happens when you spike your Salted Caramel Ice Cream with a little bourbon?

 

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Why, you get a tipsy witch!

 

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And you don’t know what she’ll do!

 

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I have had a lot of experience with a tipsy witch or two…

 

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Bottoms up is their motto!

 

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They can put you Under a Spell

 

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And drop a Haunted House on you!

 

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And if a witch gets into the wine

 

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Do not let her fly her broom!

 

 

Tipsy Witch Salted Caramel Ice Cream is the October Flavor of the Month!

 

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This bewitching salted caramel ice cream calls for a dash of bourbon, but if you’re not sure your witches can handle it,  you can leave it out…

 

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It is wickedly easy to brew up

 

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Stir salt and caramel sauce into sweetened condensed milk in a quart freezer container

 

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Whip cream into soft peak stage

 

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Gently fold whipped cream into milk and caramel base

 

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Cover and freeze at least 4 hours before serving

 

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Serve with an ice cream cone witch hat

 

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Pipe icing around rim of cone and edge of cookie to secure and add a decorative candy for the buckle

 

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Tipsy Witch Salted Caramel Ice Cream

  • Servings: 6-8
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Print

1 pint heavy whipping cream*

1  1/2 cups salted caramel ice cream topping or caramel sauce

pinch of kosher salt

3 T bourbon, optional

Whip cream until stiff peaks form.  Put milk in a quart sized freezer container.  Stir in caramel and salt.  Gently fold in whipped cream.  Cover and freeze for at least 4 hours.

Serve with an ice cream cone witch hat if desired

*substitute 8 oz. Cool Whip if desired

Ice Cream Cone Witch Hat

1 sugar cone

1 large flat cookie {I used Tate’s chocolate chip cookies}

canned black icing {baking section of grocery}

candy ghost buckle {Target}

Pipe icing around rim of cone and edge of cookie and secure together.  Add candy buckle and serve on top of ice cream scoop

 

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This ice cream will disappear faster than the wicked witch of the west!

 

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Beware of Tipsy Witches!

for another printable version of Tipsy Witch Salted Caramel Ice Cream click here

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20 Responses to “Take-out Tuesday, Tipsy Witch Salted Caramel Ice Cream”
  1. Mary says:

    What a delicious flavor of ice cream Jenna and the Ice Cream Cone Hat is bewitching! I want to fly right over for this treat!

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  2. andreanine@rocketmail.com says:

    Looks delicious, cute, festive and fun all rolled into one!!!

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  3. Emily says:

    Your so creative Jeanna. The witches are adorable and the ice cream sounds deliciously sinful!
    Love the chandy!

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  4. Emily says:

    You are so creative Jenna. The witches are adorable and the ice cream sounds deliciously sinful! Love the chandy.

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  5. Jenna, salted caramel always calls my name…looks delicious! Love the cone as the witch’s hat…you are so creative! Happy Tuesday!

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  6. cozinest says:

    These look too cute to eat! But, I’m sure they are delicious. You continue to amaze me!

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  7. lulu says:

    Easy enough ice cream and I can taste it now on apple pie!

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  8. doodletllc says:

    Oooo…Fun! You had me at Ice Cream…it is all uphill from there!

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  9. How wickedly fun Jenna! Love how easy this ice cream is but most of all, your creative presentation. Tipsy all the way!

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  10. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    This is awesome! I cracked up at your witch in the chandelier! I just bought some Starbuck’s Salted Caramel coffee in a big jug, and think I may need to add a little kick to it while I make the ice cream! Double whammy hex!

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  11. Ellen says:

    Too cute! Do you think the ice cream recipe would work in my little old Donvier ice cream maker? I love salted caramel, and bourbon and chocolate always work — maybe?

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  12. Cute presentation and it sounds like a great ice cream:@)

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  13. This sounds delicious and it is so cute for Halloween! Love your witch chandelier!

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  14. Really cute decorations and a super cute ice cream dessert. Thanks for sharing at Your Inspired Design Link Party.

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  15. Helen Adams says:

    This is the cutest Ice Cream Treat ever and looks delicious! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday. Have a great weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  16. Rebeca says:

    Hilarious! What a fun post! Yummy recipe also! LOVE IT!

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