Ice Cream Summer – My Favorite Ice Cream Treat

Posted on Jun 21 2013 - 4:00am by Hannah

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Best things about Summer is that eating ice cream is mandatory. Ok, it’s not but it should be – after all ice cream is a good source of calcium. I like to make ice cream at home, but most of the time I am just too lazy or busy to do it. Then I hit the store to get Ben & Jerry’s – absolutely the best ice cream there is; according to me. My all time favorite flavor is (and will always be) Cookie Dough.

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Here’s is an easy idea how to pimp up your store-bought ice cream at home. All you need is a few of your favorite toppings. Mine happen to be melted Green & Black’s Sea Salt Milk Chocolate, Chopped Roasted Hazelnuts and – of course – Colorful Sprinkles. You can use waffle cones, but I like using pretty teacups as ice cream bowls.

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Ingredients:
Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough Ice Cream
Green & Black’s Sea Salt Milk Chocolate
Chopped Roasted Hazelnuts
Sprinkles
Waffle Cones

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Directions:
To melt the chocolate:
Break the chocolate into small pieces and transfer them into a heat-proof bowl. Place the heat-proof bowl with the chocolate pieces in it over boiling water without the bowl actually touching the water. Melt the chocolate while continuously mixing. Transfer the chocolate into a serving dish.

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To assemble:
Take a big scoop of the ice cream and place into a teacup. Pour some of the melted chocolate on top of the ice cream scoop. Before the chocolate has time to set, sprinkle chopped hazelnuts and sprinkles on top.

Ice Cream Summer TeacupsOr to make an ice cream cone repeat the above steps, but use a waffle cone instead of the teacup.

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