ice cream sundaesIce cream is more than just a sweet treat. It's seen as a way of life for many. Some might even consider it to be their favorite food group.

If you're an ice cream lover, you're no stranger to delicious ice cream sundaes. Ice cream sundaes allow you to pile your frozen treats high with a mixture of sprinkles, fruit, and hot fudge. But wait, is that all you can do with ice cream sundaes? Or are there other fun ways to spice up your chilly treat? Let's see what else is out there!

Fruity Pebbles Sundaes
So, you're familiar with the common ice cream sundae ingredients, right? You have the ice cream base, the sweet-tasting drizzle of hot fudge and caramel, the whipped cream, the sprinkles, and of course the cherry! But, what about throwing your favorite breakfast cereal into the mix? Cereals like Fruity Pebbles are jam-packed with different flavors, which will cause your taste buds to explode with joy. Plus, adding cereal to your ice cream gives you a chance to eat the frozen dessert for breakfast! Who wouldn't want that?!

Leftover Delight

Holidays like Thanksgiving are notorious for serving up endless leftovers. But what about those holidays, like Halloween and Easter, that are known for leaving us with piles and piles of leftover candy? If you find yourself drowning in Marshmallow Peeps or candy corn, top off your sundae with them! They can easily add a fun spin to your already delicious dessert.

Milk and Cookies
We all know that milk is the main ingredient in ice cream. And as a matter of fact, about 9% of the milk produced by United States dairy farmers is used to produce ice cream. So what goes better with milk than cookies? If you have a favorite cookie out there, why not throw it on top of your ice cream sundae? The chocolate chip cookie, for example, will pair perfectly with the hot fudge that you plan to drench your ice cream with. It's a chocolate lovers dream!

Now that you know of a few ways to spice up your ice cream sundaes, try them out at home! They're definitely going to be delicious!