Phylloccine Ice Cream Sandwiches

This week our Tuesday with Dorie baking group is making ice cream sandwiches with phyllo. The name is quite fancy but the dessert is a snap to assemble. The recipe is by contributing baker Gale Gand.

All you need to do is to make phyllo fettuccine aka phylloccine, layer your favorite ice cream, and top everything with some sliced berries. Since my phyllo layers ended up being on the puffy side, I served half an ice cream sandwich with vanilla ice cream and finished it with some baked figs with honey and pistachios.

Hmmm…Not sure I was crazy to eat this particular combination of flavors and textures, but it was fun to make this dessert. My mom actually makes baklava with phyllo fettuccine and it works out quite well!

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6 thoughts on “Phylloccine Ice Cream Sandwiches

  1. Sunshine x 2 says:

    The berries went well with it but the figs also sound amazing. How does she do the baklava? Must be easier.

  2. Tammy says:

    Nuts and figs = brilliant! way more elegant than berries and whipped cream. Thanks for the idea.

  3. Cher says:

    The pistachio fig combination sounds very tasty to me.
    Beautiful!

  4. Sunita says:

    They seem a cinch to make. A good party dessert. Your flavours sound interesting.

  5. I like that presentation!

  6. Wow! Stunning presentation. Looks like a five-star dessert!

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