Monday, May 28, 2012

"Make Your Own" Mini Hot Fudge Sundaes

One of our most favorite, fun and festive desserts for summer also happens to be the most simple.  The dessert we had for our Memorial Day weekend cookout was "make your own" mini hot fudge sundaes.  They are so easy to make and who doesn't like making their own sundae?  I picked up some little waffle cone bowls made by Keebler and some Smucker's Hot Fudge Sundae Sauce as well as some Heath bits (crushed Heath bars), fresh red raspberries, vanilla ice cream and vanilla frozen yogurt.  The waffle bowls probably comfortably hold one large scoop of ice cream and still give you room to add your own toppings and/or sauce.  It's a way to get your ice cream "cone" in a bowl...the best of both worlds in my opinion.  You get to eat an ice cream cone without fear of it dripping or running down your arm!  Also, it is a perfect dessert for summertime because it doesn't heat up your kitchen.

I snapped a picture of the little sundae I made's a scoop of Kemp's Vanilla Frozen Yogurt in a Keebler Waffle Bowl, drizzled with some Smucker's Hot Fudge Sundae Sauce and topped with a few beautiful fresh "sugar coated" red raspberries.  It's not only delicious but it's also a fun way to eat your ice cream or frozen yogurt.  Check out the pics below.  Enjoy!

Isn't it absolutely precious?

P.S. -- In case you wanted to find these cute little waffle cone bowls, 
this is what the package looks like!

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