Kummerspeck: What’s Your Grief Bacon?
Kummerspeck literally means ‘grief bacon’. I also had no idea what it meant! It’s explained really well at cracked.com and refers to the weight one might pile on from grief-based overeating. Obvious, huh?
We’ve all been through it – those times where there is no better solace than indulging (or rather, over indulging) in fat-laden sometimes sweet often salty morsels of soothing deliciousness.
How about crawling under the covers with a spoon in one hand and in the other, an entire tub of icecream studded with caramel, chocolate and salted nuts? That will definitely work for me.
- Caramel, Chocolate and Salted Peanut Ice Cream
|Servings||Prep Time||Passive Time|
|1||15 minutes||120 minutes|
- 1 kg vanilla ice cream (best quality, 4 cups)
- 220 g milk chocolate (Caramello), caramel filled
- 2 tbsp cream
- 37 g chocolate malted milk balls (Maltesers, Whoppers, 1/2 cup)
- 115 g Salted peanuts (3/4 cup)
- Sit the ice cream at room temperature to soften, about 15 minutes
- Lightly crush the malt balls.
- In a double boiler, melt the caramel chocolate with the cream, stirring until smooth.
- Stir the caramel, malt balls and peanuts through the ice cream and pour into a glass bowl or tub. Freeze until firm, at least 2 hours.
- Grab a spoon. Take the bowl of ice cream to your bed. Climb under the covers. Start eating. Feel better.
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