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Ice Cream Scoop on a Stick

Martha Stewart Living, June 2008

Make multiples of these scoops-on-a-stick and you won't have to spoon ice cream, one serving at a time, in the middle of a party. Using a small (1 1/2-inch) ice cream scoop, dole out balls onto a parchment-lined baking sheet. Insert a craft spoon into each, and place in the freezer. Chill until hardened. Roll scoops in sprinkles, toasted coconut, or crushed nuts or candies, and store them in the freezer on a freshly lined baking sheet.

Sources
Forster craft spoons, from createforless.com.

Comments (7)

  • JacquelineMarie 24 Jun, 2008

    I adore this idea also and will use it for an upcoming July 4th holiday. I already have the icecream and red/white/and blue sprinkles!

  • Lacebug1 9 Jun, 2008

    I'm so in love with this idea, I'm using it for my toddler's birthday party!

  • Lacebug1 9 Jun, 2008

    I'm so in love with this idea, I'm using it for my toddler's birthday party!

  • wwgoalgetter 1 Jun, 2008

    What a Fantastic idea. Being on Weight Watchers this is great for portion sizing.
    Why not set the sprinkles, coconut, min choco chips, nuts, crushed oreos, etc
    in bowls and lt everyone coat themsellves. Fun, fun, fun!

  • marymatt7668 30 May, 2008

    What a great inexpensive way to make individual ice cream novelties without buying a box of 6 for $4-$5.00!!!

  • KathrynsMama 29 May, 2008

    Sweet and simple, and some of the work gets done ahead of the party. I love this idea!

  • jblighthouse 29 May, 2008

    I love this idea! Scooping up the ice cream at summer parties takes such a long and messy time, and this solves that problem AND makes for much more interesting scoops everyone can easily help themselves to.