Just over a month ago, I finally left the comfort of my home and hung out with some food bloggers at Camp Blogaway! I had a great time and made some fabulous new friends. A few of us decided it would be fun to create patriotic dessert dishes with the help of Wilton, one of the fabulous camp sponsors.
As you know, we are like 99% dye free at our house, so I needed a tasty treat that would be patriotic, but still have a little red, white, and blue flare. As I was trying to decide, my kids decided we needed some ice cream…homemade, with blueberries….aren’t the precious ones so demanding sometimes?!?!
But they had a great idea and then I had a great idea! Strawberry, Almond, and Blueberry ice creams all served up in a tasty cookie bowl. Then the hard part was trying to decide what type of cookie to make!
Gavin wanted sugar cookies, Kaylynn wanted chocolate chip cookies, hubbyman didn’t care…so much for his help. So, I decided on both. And I thought I would add some fun holiday sprinkles to the sugar cookies just to add a little more color. Most of the cookies I made were just regular cookies, but the sprinkles were so pretty….sometimes I just have to have the extra color! (My daughter was super happy with her dye free version.)
Want to win your own package of goodies (shown above) to make your own Festive Fourth Ice Cream Cookie Bowls? I thought you did!
As I mentioned earlier a few foodie friends that I met at Camp Blogaway are also participating in the Create a Festive 4th with Wilton event too! Won’t you stop by and check out their tasty creations and enter their giveaways!
Created By Diane’s Cherry Pie Cookies
All Day I Dream About Food’s Patriotic Star Whoopie Pies
Budget Gourmet Mom’s Festive Fourth Ice Cream Sandwich
I Wash…You Dry’s All American Cake
Disclaimer: Wilton provided me Wilton pans and products in order to create my recipe. I was not financially compensated. Recipe and opinions are my own. Contest is open only to legal residents of the 50 United States of America, Washington, D.C. (excluding US territories and possessions) or Canada (excluding Quebec), who are are eighteen (18) years of age or older. Void where prohibited by law.