We Grilled Baked Alaska, and So Can You

Baked Alaska is a tricky devil, but we trust our friend 0815BBQ to (pit)master making this dessert in a way you've never seen before. Whip up some homemade meringue, pile it high on top of a pastry and your favorite ice cream, and grill it up until it's toasted. Warm, grilled berries make a delicious topping for this classic treat with a smoky twist.

Grilled Baked Alaska

  • 1 scoop of ice cream
  • 2 eggs (only the white part without the yolk)
  • pinch of sugar 
  • a little round biscuit
  • for the gin berries:
  • 2-3 berries of your choice
  • 3 oz. of gin 
  • 3 tsp. of sugar
  • Mix berries with gin and sugar. Let the berries soak up the gin for 20 minutes.
  • Mix the eggs with the sugar with a hand-mixer until hard.
  • Put the berries in a cast iron pan and flame with a lighter.
  • Put a scoop of ice cream and cover with the egg mixture. 
  • Grill on high indirect heat for a short time (600 degrees for 3-4 minutes) until golden brown.
  • Serve with the berries and enjoy.
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