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When you think of wine you think of a nice glass with dinner or as an enjoyable way to unwind after work. But this recipe just takes wine to a whole new level and you are just going to love it! Make this on a lazy Sunday afternoon to enjoy after dinner. All the ladies will be so envious of you!
Do you love wine? Do you love ice cream? Well now you can make the most delicious dessert using wine. This actually comes out as ice cream and not an ice or gelato as you think it might. This would make an impressive dessert at a bridal shower, baby shower or summer picnic. Or just whip up a batch and save it for an indulgent treat for yourself. Try using some different varieties of wines to see what you like best. Some suggestions would be Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot noir, Zinfandel and Sangiovese.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Cooking with Janica
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Quick Tip: You can use any kind of wine you like for this. It’s all up to your own individual taste.