Tips for Making Exciting Ice Cream Sundaes

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Cold Stone Creamery has created a contest to celebrate its three new Gold Cone flavors – Key Lime, Harvest Peach and Blueberry – and offers tips for those who want to make creative ice cream sundaes at home.

This summer, think beyond banana splits and root beer floats.

Think beyond chocolate sauce and cherries. Cereal, chocolate chips, fruit, jams, sprinkles, pie fillings, cookies crumbles, brownie chunks, chopped nuts and whipped cream are only the beginning!

Cold Stone Creamery has created a contest to celebrate its three new Gold Cone flavors: Key Lime, Harvest Peach and Blueberry. Those who try the new flavors should visit Cold Stone Creamery's Facebook page and leave a detailed, creative comment expressing their love for it.

The three people with the most passionate, innovative descriptions will win a chance to compete in a flavor development competition at the company’s headquarters. The best new flavor idea will be sold in Cold Stone locations. Three others will win a free ice cream party for friends and family.

For those eating ice cream at home, Cold Stone Creamery, an ice cream parlor known for its customizable offerings, offers tips for more creative sundaes:

  •     Think beyond chocolate sauce and cherries. Cereal, chocolate chips, fruit, jams, sprinkles, pie fillings, cookies crumbles, brownie chunks, chopped nuts and whipped cream are only the beginning!
  •     Switch out the cone. Cones may be traditional in America, but in Italy, for example, it’s not uncommon to eat gelato on brioche. For an all-American frozen dessert, why not serve up some ice cream pie? Cold Stone Creamery’s new Gold Cone summer offerings are Key Lime, Harvest Peach and Blueberry, and all three flavors are available as pies.
  •     Get seasonal inspiration. Think about your favorite summery foods. You could make a blueberry crumble sundae with cooked blueberries and a toasted oat topping, or mix pound cake and strawberries for a frozen strawberry shortcake.

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