Spaghettieis

The Kitchen has a dessert idea that's perfect for the pasta lover who just can't get enough--a German ice cream treat called Spaghettieis!

Sunny Anderson makes Spaghettieis, as seen on Food Network's The Kitchen , Season 16.

Spaghettieis is a German ice cream dessert made to look like a plate of spaghetti. It's a fun and easy way to serve your favorite ice cream.

Fill a potato ricer with semi-softened vanilla ice cream. French vanilla ice cream has more of an egg-like coloring, which makes it very similar to real pasta. Squeeze the ice cream through the ricer into a small heap on the plate, creating strands of ice cream that simulate traditional pasta.

Now for the best part… the toppings! This dessert wouldn't be complete without "spaghetti sauce," and well-stirred strawberry jam has the perfect consistency and coloring. Drizzle a bit on top. Sunny rolled snack-sized brownies into little balls for "mini meatballs" and topped the entire dish with a coating of shaved white chocolate or "Parmesan cheese."

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