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The Promised Land (Ice Cream & Honey Tulies)

The Promised Land (Ice Cream & Honey Tulies)

The Promised Land also known as The Land of Milk & Honey is the land that acording to the bible was promised and given to Abraham and his descendants. It is also known as a symbol or an idea to the salvation and liberation of the people and ethernal life.

That Easter morning when Jesus rose from his grave, Resurrection was made possible and the path to eternal life was given to all mankind.

To celebrate this I'd like to share this recipe, I hope you guys enjoy.

It's basically vanilla ice cream and tuiles. For those of you who aren't familiar with the term tuiles is just a super thin wafer cookie that is shaped while it's still hot.

Milk and Tulies


4 tablespoons butter

1/4 cup brown sugar

1/4 cup honey

1/3 cup + 1 tablespoon flour


1. In a small mixing bowl beat the butter, brown sugar, and honey together with a hand mixer until smooth and creamy.

2. Use a spoon to stir in the flour. Mix until all the flour has been combined into the dough.

3. Refrigerate until solid (about 2-3 hours).

4. Preheat an oven to 400 degrees.

5. Roll the dough into marble sized balls. Press them between the palms of your hands to flatten and set on an ungreased baking sheet. I bake them 12 at a time. For a bigger tuile make a larger ball, but don’t go much larger than a walnut. Either way the baking time is the same.

6. Bake in the preheated oven for about 5 minutes. The tuile should be golden colored.

7. Let cool on the baking sheet for 1-2 minutes. Then, use the back of a metal spatula to lift the tuiles off the pan. Drape on a rolling pin for a curved look, lay flat, mold to a bowl or small cup, or roll. They will harden within a few minutes.

8. Allow the tuiles to harden. Once cooled they should be nice and crisp. If not serving right away, store in an airtight container. I served mine with vanilla ice cream for a milk and honey dessert.

Nice to Know:

Tuiles get their name because when curved around a rolling pin or a dowel, they are shaped like French roof tiles. They can be all sorts of shapes though.


If your tuiles cool too long on the pan you can always pop them back in the oven for about a minute to loosen them up.

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