|my g-ma bought me this pot set when I moved into my 1st apartment|
Apply a hearty tablespoon of chocolate sauce onto the top of the frozen ice cream cupcake. The chocolate sauce will be thick from cooling in the fridge, spread it around the top of the ice cream. (You may need to wet the spoon with hot water to keep it from sticking to the chocolate sauce and to help spread it around.)
Freeze the cupcakes again to help merge the 3 layers together into a delightful frozen treat. After about an hour or longer, the 3 layers should be successfully frozen together. I usually add a dollop of coolwhip before serving. Be prepared to experience a moment of mouth watering iced happiness! These treats are simply enchanting! (if I say so myself) Nae enjoyed them, the house enjoyed them... only problem, not enough people to enjoy them all! (and these blickies don't travel well... trust me, I tried to bring some into work #fail!)
Although making these cupcakes for Nae did take up my morning sleep in time, it did make for perfect BYOB reading time as I waited!
|My book and my Snuggie!|
|Jules baked this cake for Nae's bday dinner since the cupcakes can't travel! She's the bomb.com!|
That's my peace!