As a kid, I loved Edy’s French Silk ice cream, and I’m not entirely sure why, I didn’t enjoy coffee, or anything else that was coffee-flavored really, but I fell for that light, whipped texture of mocha ice cream flecked with chocolate shards and my mom and I had a carton of it on hand in the freezer pretty much at all times. I enjoyed the occasional slice of French Silk pie, too, but never understood why the ice cream was coffee-flavored, but the pie typically was not. This pie was created out of my desire to bring those flavors together.For the coffee grounds, any grin (…more) —Lindsay-Jean Hard
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