P & Q: Coffee Ice Cream Tart

Looking forward to this one!  But who’s going to make it full sized vs. mini?  Who’s going to sub in another ice cream flavor?  Questions?  Answers!

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15 thoughts on “P & Q: Coffee Ice Cream Tart

  1. I’m so excited that it’s my pick!! However, when I chose an ice cream tart a few weeks ago, it felt like the warm weather of Spring was right around the corner. Boy was I wrong! I’m gonna put on an extra layer and eat some ice cream! Haha :)

  2. I made this last year and had a problem with cutting the tart. The crust is rock hard when frozen, so I let it thaw a bit, but then the ice cream starts to melt. Then it runs all over. You get the picture. Interested to see how others’ turn out! Great idea for a tart though!

    • It was easy to cut the mini tarts I made after I took them completely out of their tins and cut them on a cutting board. The crust, however, was very hard–we ended up picking up half a tart and eating it like an ice cream sandwich.

  3. I think I’ll use my new mini tart pans and make some mini-tarts. I’m looking forward to this one, even though it’s not ice cream eating weather here yet! (However, I can probably just put it outside to chill, rather than take up space in my freezer!)

  4. I had a lot of trouble with the crust. Maybe because I made 4″ tarts. It was gooey and didn’t apply evenly. the taste was okay, but I won’t used the crust again.

  5. Homemade fresh mint ice cream is steeping right now. And I probably am going with minis. And now after reading the P&Q’s, I’ll probably make a different crust as well.

    • I just bought a mint plant today [to plant for mint ice cream during the summer]! My anise ice cream selection went over like a rock [much like the crust].

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