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Place this ice cream bowl in the freezer for 3 to 6 hours, or overnight, until fully firm again. Line a round baking pan slightly larger than the diameter of your ice cream bowl (i.e.8 to 9 inches) with parchment paper and butter the parchment and sides of the pan.

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We use a brownie here for the base; it’s a ridiculously simple one-bowl recipe and my favorite brownie. While this could theoretically be done over a few hours, especially if you have a freezer that’s pretty good, I found it a lot easier to do over 2 days, mostly because at each step that you have the ice cream out of the freezer — first, to scoop it into the bowl mold, next to unmold it onto the brownie base and third when you’re frosting it in meringue, your ice cream is going to want to soften so you’re going to want to get it back in the freezer for a bit.

However, frozen brownies are definitely not the easiest thing to cut compared to a soft round of cake (this would be my pick if you want to go with cake). You can also fully finish the cake long before you’ll need it; the toasted meringue keeps really well in the freezer, even for several days (as long as ours lasted, but probably even longer).

” “Well, son,” I began because let’s not even pretend I don’t live for this kind of stuff, “It’s a dessert in which ice cream is wrapped in cake and then covered in a marshmallow-y frosting that’s toasted and then they light it on fire…” Look, I don’t know what stuff you’re made of, but I consider telling a 6 year-old that ice cream wrapped in cake, frosting and fire exists but not for them is cruel and unusual punishment.

And so we ordered it and I tried to warn him that they might not do the fire thing and maybe it won’t be as cool as I made it sound and then this happened.

Place alcohol in a shot glass and set it inside the hot water (not letting the water spill in) until the alcohol is very warm to the touch, about 5 minutes.

Remove the now-warm cup of alcohol from the water; discard the water. Hold the hot cup of alcohol in a oven mitt-ed hand. With the cake below you, begin to tip the alcohol as slowly as possible to the edge of the cup. (Ours lasted 15 to 30 seconds.) To serve: Serve cake in thin wedges, cutting with a very sharp or serrated knife as frozen brownie is quite dense, chewy and all the more rewarding because of it.

Use the plastic covering the bowl/mold as handles to yank the firm ice cream out of the bowl and onto the brownie. Return the ice cream-topped brownie cake to the freezer to firm again, 1 to 2 hours.

Make the meringue: Beat the egg whites with a pinch of cream of tartar in an electric mixer until satiny peaks form and then beat in the sugar a spoonful at a time — I do spoonful, pause, spoonful, pause until all of the sugar has been added and then keep running the mixer until the meringue is stiff and shiny. Frost the cake Spread the meringue in big, messy swirls over the ice cream and brownie base.

Let cool in pan on a rack for 15 minutes then run a knife around the brownie to loosen it and flip out of pan onto the cooling rack.

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