Tonight I want to talk about ice cream. Creamy. Cold. Delicious.
For adults, ice cream is a nostalgic treat. For kids, ice cream is life. One of my favorite activities to do with my son is make ice cream sundaes!!! I like to use it as a fun end of week reward for good behavior. It gives us something to look forward too!
Each time we go grocery shopping we add one or two new items to our ice cream topping collection!
Here are some of the best items to stock up on for impromptu Sundae parties!
Ice cream, I recommend the giant tub with chocolate, vanilla and strawberry. It ensures your always prepared.
There is something so very special about warm and crumbly biscuits. They make you feel like your a kid again. I have been looking for a recipe that would pair perfectly with jelly, chili, cinnamon butter, or just eaten all alone and I finally found it.
Not only are these biscuits delicious they are also pretty easy to make.
One tip that I learned when making biscuits is that you want to keep all of the ingredients as cold as possible. I put my butter sticks in the freezer for half an hour before using them and then pulled them out and used a cheese grater to get the butter “shreds” as small as possible (be careful because the combination of slippery butter and a cheese grater can end up like a scene from the movie SAW… I’m telling you from personal experience).
Regardless, if you are looking for a recipe this is the one! I made about five batches and froze them on a cookie sheet and then dumped the frozen biscuits into a zip lock bag. When we need biscuits I pop a few out, let them thaw for a couple hours on the counter, and then put them in the oven.
Personally, I think they taste best fresh out of the oven.