Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Biscoff Ice Cream Pie (GIVEAWAY CLOSED)

Ice Cream Pie is now acceptable any time of the year! This Biscoff Ice Cream Pie will change your mind about eating ice cream in the Fall and Winter months!

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We have hit the jackpot of pies here. I kid you not, this pie didn't last more than two days in the house! It was gobbled up so fast, I hardly had a moment to take pictures of it! But thankfully I was able to ;)

Before we get back to regularly scheduled programming, I thought now we be a good time to interrupt let you know I am crashing in on Day Two of #pieweek, hosted by the beautiful ladies Audra of The Baker Chick, and Brandy of Nutmeg Nanny.

These ladies have been working super hard to get Pie Week going, and have some really great giveaways attached to the three days of posts! You can see the first amazing giveaway sponsored by King Arthur Flour and Cabot Creamery here (and you will see some amazing pie recipes from Day 1). Also a huge thank you to Cabot Creamery for sending us all some cheeses, butter and yogurt to bake with!

Today's #pieweek giveaway will have FOUR winners total, with the amazing sponsors of OXO and Le Creuset! Talk about some truly awesome products to be winning! Scroll on down to the bottom of the post to see about the goodies being given away. But let's finish talking about this divine pie, shall we??


 Biscoff Ice Cream Pie Recipe | Carla's Confections #biscoff #icecreampie #recipe



So I went the completely lazy route with this pie and used store bought ice cream and even store bought graham cracker crust, but I do think it would have tasted even better if I had made my own Biscoff crust (I will give you directions on how to do that in the recipe), if that is even possible to make this pie even better! It was so incredible as it was, it is hard to imagine that, but alas, I think it would be! You could also use homemade ice cream, but it is hard enough to wait as long as you have to with store bought, I don't think I could handle waiting another half or full day to eat this.

I mean, there comes a point when you need to be reasonable. And this is that time my friends!

So what do you think? Is it possible this pie might show up on your Thanksgiving menu? I mean, it may not scream out Thanksgiving to you, but it is a great option for those who don't like pumpkin. I am pretty sure this will be a part of our menu this year.

I promise you won't regret having it on yours! Just turn up that fireplace, so you don't freeze from all the cold ;)

Here's what the other lovely ladies of #pieweek are baking up today!

Lattice-topped Cranberry Blueberry Pie- The Baker Chick

Amish Peanut Butter Pie- Nutmeg Nanny

Whole Wheat Blueberry Hand Pies- Chocolate and Carrots

Chocolate Cream Pie with Meringue Crust (gluten free)- Dessert for Two

Bourbon Maple Pumpkin Pie- Eats Well with Others

Apple Pear Butter Pie with Gingersnap Crust- Bake or Break

Frosted Slab Apple Pie- Tracey's Culinary Adventures

Dulce de Leche Apple Hand Pies- Dinners Dishes and Desserts

Chipotle Southwest Mini Turkey Pot-Pies- Country Cleaver

Apple Pie with Apple Pie Moonshine- Foodie with Family

 Biscoff Ice Cream Pie Recipe | Carla's Confections #biscoff #icecreampie #recipe

Biscoff Ice Cream Pie | Printable Recipe



serves 6-8

ingredients:

-3/8 gallon (3/4 of a 1/2 gallon container) store bought Vanilla Ice Cream
-3/4 cup Biscoff spread, plus more for drizzling
-6 Biscoff cookies, crumbled to various sizes, plus more for garnishing
-Store bought 9" graham cracker pie crust, or recipe for Biscoff crust (below)

to make Biscoff crust

-1 1/2 cups ground Biscoff cookies (roughly 15 cookies)
-1/4 cup melted butter

directions:

1. Either use the store bought graham cracker crust or make your own Biscoff cookie crust. To make the Biscoff version, grind up the cookies using a food processor, blender, or a meat tenderizer until the cookies are completely crumbled, with no large chunks remaining. Combine the cookie crumbles with the butter and stir together well. In a 9" pie crust press the cookie/butter mixture firmly down until it covers the entire pie pan. In a 350°F oven, bake the pie crust for 5-10 minutes, until it starts to solidify. Remove from oven and let cool completely.
2. Take out the ice cream from the freezer and allow to thaw at least 30 minutes. You want the ice cream to be softened but not too runny. Once it is thawed, place 3/4 of the 1/2 gallon container (3/8 gallon) into a stand mixer with the paddle attachment. Start whipping on medium speed, and add the 3/4 cup Biscoff spread. Once that is combined, add in some of the Biscoff cookie crumbles, reserving some for the top of the pie.
3. Once ice cream mixture is fully combined, turn out into the fully cooled pie crust. Carefully place in the freezer, and allow to freeze at least a few hours, preferably overnight.
4. Once fully frozen, take a little more Biscoff spread (roughly 1/4 cup) and place in microwave for 15 seconds, just to make runny enough to drizzle over the top of the pie. Drizzle over the pie, and garnish with any remaining crumbled Biscoff cookies.
5. Serve into pie slices fully frozen.

© Carla's Confections 2013


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GIVEAWAY CLOSED:
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FOUR winners total:

-OXO (1 pie server, 1 dough blender with blades, 1 spice jar measuring spoon, 1 silicone pastry brush and 1 stainless steel multi-purpose scraper and chopper) (ONE WINNER)

-Le Creuset - (3 pie plates and 3 pie birds) (THREE WINNERS)

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Winners will be chosen via Random.org and emailed. The winners will have 48 hours to respond, or a new winner will be chosen.

Giveaway open to USA only. Sorry international friends :(




Disclaimer: This giveaway is sponsored by OXO and Le Creuset. I did not receive any compensation for this post.



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27 comments :

  1. I can never resist anything biscoff-infused. Or ice cream-infused. Or pie-infused. Totally need!

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  2. Ice cream is my favorite food group and I adore cookie butter / biscoff - I'd devour this pie! Can't wait to rejoin pie week on Friday!

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  3. Holy Cow Carla this is gorgeous. I sure do love Ice Cream pie any time of year so I'm with you on that! I love the melty Biscoff spread on top and all the cookie bits- this wouldn't last long in my house either!

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  4. You KNOW how I love me some Biscoff. I just put the finishing touches on a whole jar last week. I guess I shoudl have saved it for PIE!!

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  5. I love this! Biscoff is amazing, isn't it? And, I'm totally with you on ice cream pie all year long.

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  6. I haven't ever tried Biscoff products, but I should think some kind of homemade caramel syrup would be good on this, too.

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    1. Oh you absolutely NEED to try Biscoff! But yes caramel would be awesome too!

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  7. Oh dear. Biscoff is my life. So basically I want to marry this pie.

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  8. Have mercy! This pie is AMAZING, Carla! I could jump right in with double forks!

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    1. Thank you Georgia! Double forks is absolutely needed ;)

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  9. Amazingness! I think I need to stock up on biscoff now!

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  10. I have an ice cream pie coming later this week too - ice cream is perfectly acceptable year-round in my book! :) I can't get enough of Biscoff, this pie sounds fantastic!!

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  11. I love Biscoff anything! Just give me a spoon and I am good :)

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  12. This looks SO GOOD! Thanks for sharing! Pinned :)

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  13. Ahhh, every time I think of Biscoff, I think of you. :D This looks deeeeelicious.

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