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How to Build the Perfect Sundae with Ice Cream Toppings

A bowl of ice cream is a blank canvas awaiting your personal artistic expression. The good news is that there is really no wrong way to achieve the perfect sundae because it is all about personal preference.

Waffle Cones and Ice Cream Sundaes with Ice Cream Toppings | Blaircandy.com

Start with the container. A simple bowl will always work, but you can always go with a mug, a waffle bowl, or an upside down bowler hat. We don’t actually recommend the last option but we also acknowledge that desperate times call for desperate measures.

Choose your ice cream. Not all sundaes have to start with vanilla ice cream. We are lucky to live in a world with countless ice cream flavors that can be nestled side by side to form the base of a scrumptious ice cream sundae. Choose what makes you happy.

Drizzle the sauce. Hot fudge is an excellent go-to. You can’t go wrong with caramel or peanut butter sauce either. If combining sauces calls to you on this particular occasion, then so be it. When applying the sauce, the Jackson Pollock method works wonders although it can get a little messy if your aim is off. Remember it is all in the wrist. Your final option is no sauce at all, which is a choice we respect but do not understand it.

Sprinkle the ice cream toppings. This might just be a simple addition of rainbow or chocolate sprinkles or it could get a little wild. In addition to favorites like M&M’s and chocolate chips, we have all of your favorite candy bars such as Reese’s, Snickers, and Twix already chopped up and ready to go.  Some of our other ice cream toppings include cookie dough, cheesecake pieces, and coconut flakes.

The final touch. We recommend a generous swirl of real whipped cream on top followed by a classic cherry or three.

The possibilities are endless and every ice cream sundae creation can be unique. Visit BlairCandy.com to find all your favorite ice cream toppings today!

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