A Little Piece of Heaven on a Plate

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

Truly a little piece of Heaven.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 ounce Grand Marnier
  • 14 cup caramel ice cream topping
  • 1 scoop French vanilla ice cream (I prefer Parlour in Canada or Dryers in USA)
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate chip cookie mix (I use Pillsbury for convenience) or 2 tablespoons pastry dough (I use Pillsbury for convenience)
  • 1 tablespoon pecan pieces


  1. On a cookie sheet put 2 tbsp mounds of cookie dough- 1 mound per serving.
  2. Begin baking cookies according to directions on package or recipe.
  3. In a saucepan combine 1oz Grand Marnier for every 1/4 cup of caramel sauce.
  4. Simmer on low.
  5. Stir constantly.
  6. When the cookies have only 2 to 3 minutes remaining to bake, put the pecans in the oven to toast.*I always just use the same baking sheet.
  7. When cookies have finished baking assemble the dessert in the following manner: Place one cookie on one dessert plate.
  8. Put one scoop of ice cream on top of the cookie.
  9. Spoon caramel/ Grand Marnier mixture over the ice cream.
  10. Sprinkle pecans over entire dessert.
  11. Repeat for each serving.
Most Helpful

5 5

Wonderful dessert. I didn't have Grand Marinier, so I left it out. Still, it's a great combo.

4 5

This was a nice little dessert idea. We don't drink alcohol of any kind so I shouldn't have added the Grand Marnier we didn't like the flavor it added to the caramel. Next time I will try plain orange juice. I used Blue Ridge Mountains Chocolate Chip Cookies for the chocolate chip cookie and French Vanilla Ice Cream for the french vanilla ice cream. Thanks Lottidawe Bullwinkle.

4 5

This was suggested to me in a thread about using alcohol and ice cream together. I did not have chocolate chip cookies but instead used brownies and it worked really well. As I was making this for two I doubled the caramel topping and grand marnier. We thought that was a little too strong (and left a LOT unused). So next time I'll just use 1/4 cup caramel and 1 oz. grand marnier for 2 desserts. This is very rich and the pecans were a nice touch. Thanks so much for suggesting it!