There’s no denying that baklava is great on its own, but it’s over-the-top sensational when combined with peaches and ice cream in the guise of a sundae. In honor of outdoor cooking season, we’ve grilled the peaches to add some flavor. Swap them out for roasted pears or apples during fall or winter.
What to buy: We’ve developed our own baklava recipe, but there’s nothing wrong with buying some from the store; just make sure it’s good quality.
Ouzo is a clear, slightly sweet, anise-flavored liqueur from Greece, available at Greek markets and some liquor stores.
Go for an ice cream that complements the flavors of the baklava and fruit without stealing the spotlight. We like this dish with any of the following: vanilla bean, cinnamon, honey, caramel, or goat cheese ice cream, or even plain Greek yogurt.
Game plan: For a slacker solution, use store-bought baklava and ice cream.
For more peach treats, check out our Peach Pie recipe.
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