Layered Ice Cream Bombs

 
Layered Ice Cream Bombs
Layered Ice Cream Bombs

Celebrate the season with a delicious and festive ice cream treat for both adults and kids!

Layer 1

  • Place a small scoop (about 2 tablespoons) of red ice cream on a piece of Reynolds KITCHENS® Quick Cut™ Plastic Wrap.
  • Cover the ice-cream completely with plastic wrap, then use your hand to mold and shape into a ball.
  • Return to the freezer until completely frozen (approximately 3 hours).

Layer 2

  • Place a scoop of vanilla ice cream (slightly larger than the red scoop) on to a piece of Reynolds KITCHENS® Quick Cut™ Plastic Wrap. Place the red ice cream ball on top of the vanilla scoop. Add additional vanilla ice cream around the sides and top to fully encase the red ice cream ball.
  • Cover the ice-cream completely with plastic wrap and use your hand to mold and shape into a ball.
  • Return to the freezer until completely frozen (approximately 3 hours).

Layer 3

  • Place a scoop of blue ice cream (slightly larger than the vanilla scoop) on to a piece of Reynolds KITCHENS® Quick Cut™ Plastic Wrap and place the white ice cream ball on top. Add additional blue ice cream around the sides and top to fully encase the vanilla ice cream ball.
  • Cover the ice-cream completely with plastic wrap and use your hand to shape into a ball.
  • Return to the freezer until completely frozen (approximately 3 hours).

Decorate & Serve

Once your ice cream bombs are completely frozen, you can get creative with how you want to decorate and serve them. Try decorating the rim of waffle cone bowls with melted chocolate and sprinkles. You can even add a cherry and other decorations to top off this festive treat.

TIP:  Can’t find blue ice-cream? It’s easy to make it! Place vanilla ice cream into a stand mixer or large bowl and use a hand mixer. Add blue food coloring and mix until fully combined. Transfer to the freezer and freeze until completely frozen, about 6 hours.

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