From Peter Salerno’s Kitchen: Guinness Affogato [St. Patrick’s Day Dessert Drink]

From Peter Salerno’s Kitchen: Guinness Affogato [St. Patrick’s Day Dessert Drink]

Courtesy of Bon Appetit, The Best 2015 St. Patrick’s Day Guinness Recipe!

Thanks to Bon Appetit and Dawn Perry for this Guinness Affogato St. Patrick's Day recipe! [Photo credit: Alex Lau]
Thanks to Bon Appetit and Dawn Perry for this Guinness Affogato St. Patrick’s Day recipe! [Photo credit: Alex Lau]
We here at Peter Salerno Inc.’s official blog look to Bon Appetit for the very best seasonal recipes. When you think of St. Patrick’s Day drink recipes, one name always comes to mind first – Guinness.

The usual Guinness recipes abound – Irish car bombs, Guinness stew, even Guinness pudding – and they’ve all been done a million times. But leave it to Bon Appetit to come up with an unbelievably delicious new way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a brand new Guinness recipe.

Not only is this Guinness recipe a drink, it’s also a dessert!

The Bon Appetit recipe for Guinness Affogato combines Guinness, espresso and vanilla ice cream into an incredible, delectable glassful of Irish delight. It’s the most refreshing way to cap off your St. Patrick’s Day meal. The recipe is as delicious as it is simple. Vanilla ice cream and espresso pair beautifully together, as do Guinness and vanilla ice cream. So why not combine the three into a traditional affogato and add some sweetness to your St. Patrick’s Day?

We hope you love this Bon Appetit recipe as much as we do!

St. Patrick’s Day Recipe: Guinness Affogato [Courtesy of Bon Appetit]

Ingredients

  • 3 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 1 ounce hot espresso
  • 4 ounces Guinness stout

Directions

  • Place ice cream in a tall glass. Pour espresso over and top off with Guinness. Serve with a straw and a long spoon.

Recipe by Dawn Perry, Photograph by Alex Lau

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