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Desserts using St. Germain

slyc | Mar 28, 2010 02:10 PM

I recently got a bottle of St. Germain and have been enjoying using it to make various cocktails, but am interested in trying to make some desserts using it as a flavoring. Has anybody done this? I haven't had much luck Googling for recipes. I am guessing I could try to make some kind of cake?

I'd also like to try making some St. Germain-flavored ice cream. But last time I tried doing alcohol in an ice cream, it seemed like the recipe (http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/20...) called for too much alcohol and it wouldn't set up and also tasted a little overwhelming. Anybody have any tips for figuring out how much to use? Or have another good ice cream recipe that uses a liqueur that could be easily adapted?

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