The artist Charlélie Couture was the guest of Laurent Mariotte in the program "La Table des bons vivant" on Europe 1. For the occasion, he revealed his recipe for a gourmet dessert made from vanilla ice cream and coffee called the " Bingo ".

A dessert that her children keep asking her for. 

With his dual Franco-American culture, artist Charlélie Couture is an inspired man when it comes to talking about food.

Between French know-how and American delicacies, the field of possibilities is vast.

He also brought back from one of his trips to New Mexico a rather confusing ice cream recipe called "Bingo".

He shares it at the microphone of Laurent Mariotte in the program

La Table des bons vivants

on Europe 1.

>> Find La Table des bons vivant in podcast and in replay here 

Mystery guest 

"Bingo is an ice cream that I tasted for the first time in New Mexico, at a friend's house," recalls Charlélie Couture.

"It's pretty easy to do and it works every time. You make a scoop of vanilla ice cream on which we pour a teaspoon of olive oil. Then, we add a few pinches of coarse salt on top. and, as a finishing touch, soluble coffee. "

And if you want to serve a refined dessert, the artist recommends adding a "tuft of whipped cream".

Surprising accords which nevertheless fill the taste buds of Charlélie Couture's children with joy. 

Charlélie Couture's Bingo


  • 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream 

  • 1 teaspoon of olive oil 

  • 1 pinch of coarse salt 

  • 1 teaspoon of soluble coffee 

  • Sweet whipped cream 


In a ramekin, place the vanilla ice cream. Add the olive oil and salt on top, before the soluble coffee. On top of the whipped cream. And you can add a few nuts or almonds to make the whole thing more "crunchy".