Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Summertime Banana Split Push Pops with Blue Bunny® Ice Cream

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How excited are you guys that summer is here?
I have such great memories of summertime as a kid and I am always looking for cute ways to make it special for my boys. My older son goes to summer school every June, because he has special needs, so it's nice to give him a little treat when he comes home from school in the afternoon. 
We've also been going to swimming lessons every afternoon, so this little treat is a great way to cool off after an afternoon at the pool!
Today, I'm going to show you how you can use Blue Bunny® ice cream to make these adorable banana split push pops!

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Here is what you are going to need: 

Push Pop Containers (you can purchase at any craft store)
Blue Bunny® Homemade Vanilla
Blue Bunny® Chocolate
Blue Bunny® Double Strawberry
Smuckers® Strawberry Spoonable Ice Cream Topping
Maraschino Cherries
1 Banana (sliced)
Whipped Topping

We picked up all these items at Wal-Mart. They have a huge display of Blue Bunny® ice cream for you to choose from! I love these new clear containers that allow you to see the yummy swirls of flavor inside!
 Let's just say that your kids are going to be super pumped when you tell them you are buying three gallons of ice cream! 



This recipe cannot be easier.
 Start with your Blue Bunny® Chocolate Ice Cream and spoon in a small layer on the bottom of the push pop. Top with a slice of banana. 
If you want them to be extra pretty, make sure you wipe the insides of the push pop containers after every layer. 

Spoon in a layer of Blue Bunny® Homemade Vanilla and top with another banana slice. 
Then, add a spoonful of the Smuckers® Spoonable Strawberry Ice Cream Topping. These spoonable toppings are a great way to add extra yumminess to your ice cream treats!


Finally, add a layer of the Blue Bunny® Double Strawberry. Top with another slice of banana. 


Add another banana slice on the top and replace the push pop top. 


Freeze for at least 2 hours. 
When the pops have firmed up again, and you are ready to serve, remove the top and add whipped topping and a cherry on top!


I displayed mine in this fun little galvanized box. I just added some styrofoam and some bag shred in the bottom to get them to stand up on their own. Some push pop containers have tops that double as the "bottoms" so that they stand up on their own. 



 You can't ask for a snack that's more fun that this!
The best part is that you could totally customize these pops with any flavor combination!
Leave me a comment and let me know which flavors you want to try!
Happy summer! 



print recipe

Banana Split Push Pops
Celebrate your summer with Blue Bunny® Ice Cream!
Ingredients
  • 4 Push Pop Containers
  • Blue Bunny® Homemade Vanilla
  • Blue Bunny® Chocolate
  • Blue Bunny® Double Strawberry
  • Smuckers® Strawberry Spoonable Ice Cream Topping
  • Maraschino Cherries
  • 1 sliced Banana
  • Whipped topping
Instructions
Start with your Blue Bunny® Chocolate Ice Cream and spoon in a small layer on the bottom of the push pop. Top with a slice of banana. If you want them to be extra pretty, make sure you wipe the insides of the push pop containers after every layer. Spoon in a layer of Blue Bunny® Homemade Vanilla and top with another banana slice. Then, add a spoonful of the Smuckers® Spoonable Strawberry Ice Cream Topping. These spoonable toppings are a great way to add extra yumminess to your ice cream treats! Finally, add a layer of the Blue Bunny® Double Strawberry. Top with another slice of banana. Add another banana slice on the top and replace the push pop top. Freeze for at least 2 hours. When the pops have firmed up again, and you are ready to serve, remove the top and add whipped topping and a cherry on top
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 4 Push Pops

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