by Esther Holden September 15, 2016
Our no bake brownie sundaes are fun sweet treat to make! We'll show you how to put them together plus share some creative projects made using our new exclusive party pastel rainbow ice cream cups! We partnered with some fabulous bloggers and sweet makers to see how they would use our ice cream cups. They showed us some great ways to use them beyond just for ice cream!
This fun no bake dessert is a blast to put together. It would make for a sweet project to do with kids of all ages at a birthday party...a make and take dessert! You can get as crazy with the decorating and candies as you want. The more the better! These would even make the perfect cake topper too!
Step 1: Cut store bought or homemade brownies to fit the inside of the ice cream cups. Make some fun mini candy bar chocolates in the colors of your choice. Once set drizzle with chocolate and add pretty nonpareils.
Step 2: Drizzle waffle cone cookies with melted chocolate and add micro marshmallows or your favorite sundae toppings before the chocolate sets. For a bit of color splatter them with edible art paint.
Step 4: Start layering all of the candy pieces, cookies and toppings on the top of your brownie using hot fudge sauce or caramel as the "glue" to help things stick. Tip, do not heat up your hot fudge sauce or caramel or they may melt some of your toppings.
Step 5: To take these to the next level for a party or for use as a cake topper you can add a Mini Rice Krispies Ice Cream Cone and a decorated ice cream cone chocolate to the top! The more you add the more fun it becomes and all the toppings help keep everything in place. These would be amazing for a build your own sundae party, both as the edible decoration on top of a party cake or to make and enjoy!
Ice Cream Project Round Up: Now for even more fun! We love partnering with other creatives especially when it involves sweets, parties and creativity! We challenged some fabulous bloggers and sweet makers to make something using our new party pastel rainbow ice cream cups in stripes and polka dots. We were curious to see all of the fun ways people would use them and hope you like all the fun ideas they share!
Laura's Little Party created a darling disco ball ice cream party, complete with unicorns and filled our cups with ice cream, cotton candy and sugar cookies! Make Life Lovely shares an easy and healthy recipe for snow cones served up in our ice cream cups with spoons. Frankly Entertaining shared a delicious recipe for a fruit salsa served with cinnamon and sugar tortilla chips. The Glitzy Pear created a fun summer party display plus turned the ice cream cups into a party game! Not Just A Mommy Blog shows you how to put together a fun impromptu ice cream party with lots and lots of fun toppings! Forever Your Prints shares a free soda bottle printable and showcased cupcake sundaes in the ice cream cups.
In Flight Ideas styled a darling party display and shared a way to serve your cake and ice cream together by adding a sweet little mini cupcake right in with the ice cream. Me and My Inklings baked sprinkle covered sugar cookies and used our ice cream cups as a way to package them up for gift giving...clever! Sprinkle covered ice cream scoops made for a pretty ice cream party by Michelle's Party Plan It! Everyday Party Magazine had fun creating 2 projects using our ice cream cups and sprinkles including ice cream play doh and a fun ice cream party display! Jenea who creates fabulous cake pops in AZ made fun ice cream scoop cake balls and served them up in our cups! Male Kindergarten Teacher created a fun dirt and worm sweet treat that is also a learning direction activity for kids! Happy Go Lucky Blog shares a recipe for a sweet birthday party snack mix. Everyone looked like they had fun and created great ideas!
We had fun creating our no bake brownie sundaes and sharing how others use our new party pastel rainbow ice cream cups! There are plenty ideas showcased to help inspire you to create some sweet parties! A special thanks to all of the bloggers and sweet makers who created lovely projects for us to share! Be sure to click on the links above to see each project showcased in more detail.
Until next time sweet friends!
Esther & Shauna
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