Kid-Friendly Easter Dessert: Homemade Bubblegum Egg Ice Cream With A Chocolate Nest Bowl

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When you think of Easter, I’m pretty sure the last thing that would come to your mind would be ice cream, am I right? Well, I am a huge fan of ice cream for all occasions which is why this Bubblegum Egg Ice Cream is perfect for Easter!

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For this recipe, we decided the ice cream would be the primary focus, but of course, we’d have to spruce it up for Easter! Adding a marshmallow Ducky to the top, and having a homemade chocolate nest bowl to top it off. I think it turned out cute, and my kids? Well let’s just say before I had even finished taking photos my husband was in the kitchen making more of the ice cream

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This ice cream has bubble gum eggs in it and was made in our ice cream maker. We decided to add a splash of colouring to make it blue, and a bit more Easter-Like. Topping the whole thing off with sprinkles and every child at your Easter celebration will be thrilled.

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Ingredients Needed for Ice Cream:

  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 2 cups table cream
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla
  • 25 drops blue food colour
  • 2 cups easter egg bubble gum

Directions:

This recipe needs to churn for at least 20 minutes

  1. whisk all ingredients except blue and gum until well incorporated
  2. make sure ice cream maker is on and churning
  3. pour mixture slowly into machine
  4. after five minutes or so, add food coloring slowly
  5. for the last five minutes, add in your bubble gum.

Chocolate Bowl Nest:

  • 4 Balloons, blown up to size you’d like
  • 2 cups yellow molding chocolate
  • 1 tablespoon of oil
  • Cooking spray

Directions:

  1. Mix chocolate with oil, heat 30 seconds, stir, repeat until well melted
  2. Lightly spray balloons, and set aside while melting chocolate
  3. Once chocolate is fully melted, carefully dip balloon and twist in a circular motion. Lift, and hold upside down until gently set. Repeat process 3-4 times.
  4. Add a dollop of chocolate on parchment paper, for the base of bowls. Place upside down on parchment paper and place in freezer for minimum 1 hour.
  5. When releasing bowls from balloons, prick a hole right underneath the knot and slowly release the air.

Fill your bowls with your ice cream and top with cute Easter candy, and sprinkles!

 

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This Easter falls right at the beginning of April. We are expected to be induced for baby girl April 1 – 7th, so we are anxious and excited for April to arrive. I know my kids can’t wait for baby sister but also for the Easter festivities as we usually have a big meal, and we will be making these again for every one of them.

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The ice cream is so easy to make, and now that I know my husband can hit it out of the park – I will be sure to have him making this all summer long too. Last summer when I was freshly pregnant we went to the local ice cream shop a few times a week, and I got their pink bubble gum ice cream. It was my major weakness. Lucky for me right now I am still on my gestational diabetes diet. Otherwise, I’d eat this all up myself. It’s just as delicious as local ice cream shop bubble gum ice cream!

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I know Easter is still a few weeks away, but I couldn’t resist getting this up and hopefully, you all enjoy it just as much as I do. I think it’s too adorable not to make and enjoy this Easter weekend!

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30 comments

  1. These are absolutely adorable and look WAYYY too cute to eat! I would love to make these with my boys and for us to have as a yummy dessert!

  2. Love this craft dessert for Spring and Easter. I think the egg would be so much fun to eat out of but I know they are as fragile as eggshells. Will make this with my nieces and nephews.

  3. Those are so cute! I love to make holiday-themed desserts, but I’ve never made anything this fancy. I’ll have to give it a try. It’s adorable.

  4. I think ice cream is great for any occasion, any season :) And these are particularly cute! The kids (and adults) would love it.

  5. This is the cutest thing ever! Also my kids love bubble gum ice cream. I need to get an ice cream maker so I can make my own!

  6. This is a cute and definitely yummy treat! However, I don’t think I have the skill to make them. I will share this post with my sister. She’s got that creative flair in her and is a great cook. I am sure she’ll be happy to make this for her kids.

  7. This is like the best Easter bubblegum ice cream idea, ever! It’s super cute and I have to make it even though I don’t have little kids because I just think it’s too cute not to make!

  8. Okay, this is a winner right here! I think it’s awesome that you’re sharing this recipe! I can’t wait to try and make that bubble gum ice cream. The nest bowl is a bonus and it would be perfect for Easter!

  9. I could eat ice cream all day, every day. Thankfully we’ve had a pretty mild winter here in California so the weather allows for it. This bubble gum Ice cream is going to be a fun Easter treat.

  10. This is so cute! I love that they are in little chocolate egg bowls. I know the kids would love this too. I think it’s awesome that it’s Bubblegum Ice Cream!

  11. I don’t have a kid nor am I nearby to my child relatives but the “kid friendly” applies to the kid in me so I’m making these! It seems too delicious to ignore.

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