Kids Creative Chaos: Kitchen Kids: Homemade Edible Snowballs Make an Ice Cream Snowman to Eat

Kitchen Kids: Homemade Edible Snowballs Make an Ice Cream Snowman to Eat

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Make a Homemade Edible Snowman for a Party: Think Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Want to make a snowman? This cute little guy is perfect for a birthday party or holiday get together. Just make ice cream balls and freeze them in advance. So, gather the kids in the kitchen and build your own eatable (edible) snowmen. Enjoy!




Homemade Edible Snowman: Think Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream.
Make a Snowman from Ice Cream Snowballs.

Build your own eatable snowman as a party activity.
Build your own eatable snowman as a party activity.


To Make Edible Snowman Art You Need:


Vanilla Ice Cream

Pastel or Peppermints (Soft wedding mints are kid friendly)
Candy for Decorations
Chocolate Syrup
Optional: Shredded Coconut, Powdered Sugar



Have a snowman decorating party with mini snowballs.


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How to Make Ice Cream Snowman Dessert: 



With a melon baller, scoop mini ice cream balls.
Place balls on wax paper on a cookie sheet and keep in freezer.
Let set for 15 minutes.
Remove balls one at a time and roll in crushed mints and/or coconut.
Serve 3 balls in a dessert dish with assorted candies.
Build Snowman.



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