Chocolate Ice Cream Affogato with Walnuts

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Chocolate chip ice cream and coffee. What could be better? Dive into this delicious, cool recipe for chocolate ice cream affogato with walnuts.

If you know me, you know I don’t have much of a sweet tooth but, that does not mean I don’t love dessert! Confused? What I mean is, I don’t like anything tooooo sweet. When I order dessert, I always go for dark chocolate, coffee, rich and bitter flavors. So when creating this recipe with Turkey Hill Dairy, I thought a Chocolate Affogato would be perfect!

Affogato is an Italian dessert that involves ice cream and espresso or coffee. Affogato means “drowned” in Italian, so basically it’s just ice cream drowning in coffee. It’s incredibly easy to make and so tasty!

For this recipe I chose to use Turkey Hill’s Chocolate Chocolate Chip ice cream but this would be great with their Vanilla, Belgian Chocolate or even Pistachio! I love Turkey Hill’s ice creams because they’re extra creamy and made with all natural ingredients—there’s nothing weird on that ingredients list!

I was first interested to learn more about Turkey Hill because they’re based in Lancaster County, PA which is where my soon to be (in two days!) sister in law is from. They have a really great story behind them and I’m looking forward to being in that area for the wedding! To learn more about Turkey Hill’s history, click here.

The best news is, Turkey Hill’s Good Mooed (get it?) Tour is coming to a town near you! You’ll get to try their many flavors and see their famous giant cow. Click here to see tour locations.

I hope you guys love this recipe as much as I do!

Click here for the affogato recipe.



Carolyn Mazzocco

I’m Carolyn, the sassy girl behind Carolyn’s Cooking. Welcome! I am a recipe creator and writer, amateur photographer, and all around lover of food. I am passionate about cooking and love getting creative in the kitchen! I love all types of food, it’s true I have a soft spot for Italian, but I don’t discriminate! Here you can find my recipes and the occasional silly joke. I don’t take myself too seriously but I take my love of food very seriously. Enjoy!

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