This is not much of a recipe, more an illustrated instruction for assembling this popular ice-cream dish, which is served in virtually every ice-cream parlor in Germany. It takes only a few minutes...

This is not much of a recipe, more an illustrated instruction for assembling this popular ice-cream dish, which is served in virtually every ice-cream parlor in Germany. It takes only a few minutes...

Spaghettieis by instructables: How to make an all time favorite dessert from Germany - Spaghetti Eis! Ice cream that looks like spaghetti!!! #Ice_Cream #Spaghettieis #Kids

Spaghettieis by instructables: How to make an all time favorite dessert from Germany - Spaghetti Eis! Ice cream that looks like spaghetti!!! #Ice_Cream #Spaghettieis #Kids

Spaghettieis is a German ice cream specialty made to look like a plate of spaghetti. It was created by Dario Fontanella in the late 1960s in Mannheim, Germany. In the dish, vanilla ice cream is extruded through a modified Spätzle press or potato ricer, giving it the appearance of spaghetti. It is then placed over whipped cream and topped with strawberry sauce (to simulate tomato sauce) and either coconut flakes, grated almonds, or white chocolate shavings to represent the parmesan cheese.

Spaghettieis is a German ice cream specialty made to look like a plate of spaghetti. It was created by Dario Fontanella in the late 1960s in Mannheim, Germany. In the dish, vanilla ice cream is extruded through a modified Spätzle press or potato ricer, giving it the appearance of spaghetti. It is then placed over whipped cream and topped with strawberry sauce (to simulate tomato sauce) and either coconut flakes, grated almonds, or white chocolate shavings to represent the parmesan cheese.

Spaghetti Eis - Ice Cream that's looks like Spaghetti - luckily it doesn't taste like it!

Spaghetti Eis - Ice Cream that's looks like Spaghetti - luckily it doesn't taste like it!

Spaghetti Ice Cream-I used to get this ALL the time when we lived in Germany.  Wow how I have missed it.

Spaghetti Ice Cream-I used to get this ALL the time when we lived in Germany. Wow how I have missed it.

Pinterest
Search