Waitrose have a fabulous selection of ice creams on their web site, Raspberry ripple lollies, No churn peach and ginger ice cream and my favourite this year Salted Caramel ice cream but they asked us to let the girls come up with their own idea.
Well seeing as for the best part of summer has been spent in Elsa dresses singing at the top of their voices ‘Let it go! I thought it would be a good idea to try something Frozen themed.
How to make Frozen themed ice cream
So what do we need for Frozen ice creams? Well vanilla soft scoop is a good place to start and then of course we need something pale blue and snowflakes, we need berries and we need squirty cream… were some of the directions from the little people.
It was going to be a ‘special treat’ for being good girls so off I sent them to tidy their room as I set too.
I had a couple of mini meringues in the cupboard (always handy for a quick mini pavlova) and I broke them into tiny pieces placing them at the bottom of my glass.
I scattered some blueberries and strawberries on top and then placed a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.
Next up was some blue icing I found which I squeezed to make a star (snowflake) over the ice cream.
I topped it all with a good squirt of cream and then sprinkled with Frozen coloured decorating balls.
I found some pale blue sweets in a shop too and used them to sit on the top only they were too heavy for the cream to hold long enough for the photo!
Never mind, the ice cream was devoured in less than a minute leaving two happy princesses.
Disclosure: We were sent a voucher to spend in Waitrose to buy all of the necessities for our Frozen themed ice cream