We are very excited to introduce our newest paper ice cream cup! We call it the Happy Birthday Cup and it is a perfect for every birthday party. Boys, girls, children, and adults will all enjoy this awesome new cup design. These cups are made of even stronger paper than our other products, and are printed with bright and vibrant colors. The cups come in a 12oz size, which are perfect for a few scoops of ice cream and some cake. The amazing award-winning design features gifts, ice cream, balloons, cakes, streamers, ice cream cones, “happy birthday!” text, and party hats. We really can’t get enough of these! You can order them in small quantities perfect for your next party or event. Click here to find them on our website http://www.frozendessertsupplies.com/p-548-uniq-12-oz-happy-birthday-ice-cream-cups.aspx. Make sure to send in a selfie of you using your new Happy Birthday cups to receive 10% off of your next Happy Birthday cup order! Here is a really yummy recipe to inspire you.
Easy Ice Cream Sandwiches Cake
Author: Heather Baird
Yields 8 to 10 servings
2 quarts ice cream (I used 1.5 quart of chocolate and 1 pint vanilla)
Box of 12 ice cream sandwiches
3 sugar cones
Chocolate Magic Shell ® ice cream topping
Sprinkles and candy (I used confetti sprinkles and Peanut Butter M&M’s)
Line an 8-inch or 9-inch standard round cake pan with plastic wrap so that the plastic overhangs the edges of the pan. Let the ice cream stand at room temperature until softened.
Unwrap, and then cut the ice cream sandwiches evenly in half. Place the sandwich pieces cut-side-down around the circumference of the cake pan. Place half of the softened ice cream in a large bowl and stir until thick and pourable like a milkshake (this would be a good time to throw in your favorite add-ins – crushed Oreos, anyone?). Pour the softened ice cream in the center of the cake and immediately transfer to the freezer. Transfer the remaining ice cream back to the freezer also. Allow the cake to chill until frozen solid, about 4 hours or overnight (preferred).
Remove the cake by pulling the ends of the plastic wrap upward. Lift the cake from the plastic wrap and place on a serving plate. Using an ice cream scoop, top the cake with mounds of the remaining ice cream. Place the sugar cones on top of three of the scoops; cover the ice cream mounds with the chocolate ice cream topping. Add sprinkles and candies and cookies and whatever else tickles your fancy!
Place the cake in the freezer until ready to serve. To slice this cake, Place a knife between two ice cream sandwiches and cut. I like serving slices that have two ice cream sandwich pieces.
This would be a great recipe to serve in our new Happy Birthday cups. Simply slice the cake and scoop into the cups. Serve with extra toppings on top. Here is a link to the recipe. It has even more fun photos to inspire your next party. http://www.sprinklebakes.com/2015/07/easy-ice-cream-sandwiches-cake.html