Serving ice cream at a party can be messy and time consuming. Here's a helpful tip: Before your guests arrive, place paper or foil liners in a muffin tin. Put a scoop or two of ice cream into each liner, then refreeze. When you're ready to serve the ice cream, place each liner in a bowl or on a plate. Enjoy! Head over to Rocks In My Dryer for more WFMW ideas. http://riverbendramblings.blogspot.com
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Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Serving ice cream at a party can be messy and time consuming. Here's a helpful tip: Before your guests arrive, place paper or foil liners in a muffin tin. Put a scoop or two of ice cream into each liner, then refreeze. When you're ready to serve the ice cream, place each liner in a bowl or on a plate. Enjoy! Head over to Rocks In My Dryer for more WFMW ideas.
7 Comments:
What an awesome idea! You could even take a little more time and decorate them with sprinkles or a little cherry! It would be so cute but wouldn't be stressful at the last minute putting it all together!

This is a great tip!
--Tracy

Blogger Lisa said...
I love this idea! I'm always forgetting to take out the ice cream ahead of time so it softens enough that I don't break my arm while trying to scoop it out. ~Lisa

Blogger TC said...
Great idea!

Blogger Sis. Julie said...
That is a good idea....thanks for sharing!!

Blogger Kelley said...
I like this idea. Then the host can enjoy ice cream before it's all melted too!

Blogger Mrs.R said...
That is a good idea. It would save time.

Here's an ice cream tip that I ran across. I read that if you put a mini marshmallow at the bottom of one of the pointy cones (sugar cones?)that it won't drip.

Blogger Mrs. C said...
Mr. R,
Thank you for the marshmellow tip. I hadn't thought of that before, and my little ones always have those pesky drips spotting up their shirts (ones I can't bleach, of course)!

Blessings,
Mrs. C

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