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During this pregnancy I’ve had a huge craving for sweets, and with this North Carolina heat I’ve been wanting ice cream each night which is getting a little out of control. I thought it would be fun to share this ice cream sundae recipe complete with fresh fruit including strawberries and blueberries. I’ve been storing my produce in Rubbermaid® FreshWorks™ produce containers that I pick up at Kroger in the food storage aisle. The Rubbermaid® FreshWorks™ produce containers have patented FreshVent™ Technology that keeps produce fresher longer by allowing excess CO2 to escape, delaying produce spoilage. It also lets additional O2 in, creating the optimal environment to maintain fresh produce. These containers also have a Crisp Tray™ which elevates produce away from moisture and promotes proper airflow to help prevent spoilage. We usually have a problem with not eating our produce fast enough, so this is definitely the perfect solution for us! I can store 16 oz. of strawberries in the medium size container, and 1 pint of blueberries in the small size container which is exactly what we need for the week. Here’s what you need to make the perfect ice cream sundae for the summer:
Fresh strawberries (store them in the Rubbermaid® FreshWorks™ medium produce container)
Fresh blueberries (store them in the Rubbermaid® FreshWorks™ small produce container)
Vanilla ice cream
Fresh whipped cream
- Take 1 waffle bowl and add as many scoops of vanilla ice cream as you would like.
- Add some fresh strawberries and blueberries on top of the ice cream.
- Finish with a dollop of fresh whipped cream.
Do you have a favorite ice cream sundae recipe that you love?