Tuesday, December 16, 2008

how cute is this??? TRY IT!

how utterly cute is this for Christmas??? please try it and let me know your responses....post pics on your blog and i will visit to see how yours look! i am going to try it.......for Christmas Eve, which is at my house this year with my FAM...the kiddos will love it, i am SURE!
any ideas how to make the scarf?? or other peices??

Blue Bunny® Vanilla Ice Cream Snowman
1 cup flaked coconut or 6 ounces vanilla almond bark, finely chopped
2 cups Blue Bunny® Premium Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream
1 teaspoon confectioners' sugar
2 chocolate cookie wafers
2 chocolate-covered cherries
Candies for snowman's facial features, arms, etc.

Place coconut or almond bark on a large plate. Using an ice cream scoop, form four balls of ice cream; roll in coconut or almond bark. Place ice cream balls in freezer for at least 1 hour to set.
Mix confectioners' sugar and 1/4 teaspoon of water to form a smooth paste. Apply to bottom of each chocolate-covered cherry. Press onto center of each chocolate wafer to make the snowmen's hats.
Remove ice cream balls (snowmen) from freezer. Spread a small amount of confectioners' sugar paste on each snowman's head, then press hats onto their heads. Decorate snowmen with candies to form features. Serve immediately or return to freezer for later use.


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Deare Diary said...

Very Very cute. My grandchildren would love making those. I will have to try this.

Heidi Zawisza said...

Oh yeah!!! This is so cute and you are right the kids are going to absolutely LOVE it! I can't wait until Christmas Eve. It's going to be so fun!

Jordan Deatherage said...

Hi Sandi-
I work with Blue Bunny ice cream and wanted to say thanks for posting the recipe! I'm glad you've found a flavor you like so much!!

I wanted to also let you know about the iScream Team where you can sign up for free coupons via email. You can check it out here: http://www.bluebunny.com/ISTMemberRegistration.aspx

That way you can stock up on the cheap :)

Enjoy! Jordan