quick bite: bourbon butterscotch brownie sundae

This pity party weekend, I got bored of drinking my booze, so I’m eating it instead! [And I don’t even care if this is a rather shoddy picture.]

 Actually, I was just inspired by Josielynne‘s #BHF11PP bourbon ice cream. Because I’m too pitiful to own an ice cream maker, I decided to make a sundae. Fortunately, my roommate baked brownies on Friday but conveniently forgot to take them to her event. So I warmed up a brownie and some rather old butterscotch sauce found in the back of my fridge. added store bought vanilla ice cream, splashed some bourbon on top and a sprinkle of smoked sea salt.

Both the brownie and butterscotch are Smitten Kitchen recipes. Because she rules. The brownie recipe is my lazy go-to, when I don’t feel like melting chocolate. And this sundae is a surefire way to cure your alcoholic sweet tooth.

While I have no shame over my pitiful weekend, hopefully I will have some recipes for you lovely readers. These “Quick Bites” are great and all, but I miss fully embellished posts.


About nomnivorous

A food enthusiast who cooks, bakes and eats it all... And if it happens to be cute, it's even more likely to be eaten by this nomnivore!
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6 Responses to quick bite: bourbon butterscotch brownie sundae

  1. Yuri says:

    Whoa! Perfect for #bhf11pp 😀

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  3. Christy says:

    This is very sinful, and evil too!:p

  4. briarrose says:

    Wonderful combination of flavors. A sundae sounds like a great idea.

  5. anna says:

    oh my goodness, this looks FANTASTIC! i love the addition of the sea salt…that would really kick up all the flavors. yum.

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