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How To Make Toppings Containers For Ice Cream Party

How To Make Toppings Containers For Ice Cream Party

DIY Toppings Containers are a great idea for a create your own Sundae Party.  I adore build you own food bars.  It’s a great way to give your guests a choice in creating their own culinary masterpieces!  Try a build your own ice cream sundae bar, mac n cheese bar with lots of yummy toppings or even a caramel apple bar.  At a recent party I held, I gave the caramel apple bar a try and it was a huge hit!  I provided a caramel sauce, apples and toppings such as sprinkles, crushed pretzels, crushed graham crackers and peanuts.  These cute containers cost just $2 a piece with items from the $1 store!

How To Make Toppings Containers For Ice Cream Party

How To Make Toppings Containers For Ice Cream Party:

Supplies:

Small vase
Small candlestick holder
Spraypaint
Strong adhesive

How To Make Toppings Containers For Ice Cream Party

Step 1: Remove any stickers that may be on the vase and candlestick holder.

Step 2: Spray paint the candlestick holder in any color you choose

Step 3: One the spray paint is dry, apply adhesive to the candlestick holder and the bottom of the vase.

Step 4: Place the vase on top of the candlestick holder and let dry overnight.

How To Make Toppings Containers For Ice Cream Party

Step 5: Fill your new containers with all sorts of goodies for a create your own food bar!

Ice Cream Recipes:

Blueberry & Raspberry Popsicles

Mini No Bake Nutella Cheesecakes

Eggo Wafflers Ice Cream Sandwiches

Weight Watchers Peanut Butter/Cool Whip Treat – Not ice cream but a great frozen treat!

Fresh Blueberry Sauce/Topping Recipe

Uncle Sam Ice Cream Cones

Mexican Fried Icecream

Homemade Fruit Popsicle

3 Ingredient Ice Cream – Non Dairy and Healthy

Patriotic Ice Cream Sandwich 

Cookies & Cream Freeze

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