Make your own Ice Cream Sundae Bar with Rainbow Dipped Waffle Cups! Waffle cups are dipped in melted chocolate and then rainbow sprinkles for a fun edible waffle bowl for your ice cream and your favorite ice cream sundae bar toppings. A DIY Ice Cream Sundae Party is the best way to end the day!
Ice Cream Sundae Bar Recipe
There’s nothing more fun for dessert than an Ice Cream Sundae Bar! Add in waffle cups dipped in rainbow sprinkles and you have yourself a party!
My grandkids just love when we have an ice cream sundae party and they get to personalize their own ice cream sundae!
Liam, being the oldest grandchild, had the honor of being the ice cream server this time, dishing out scoops of ice cream into our fun and festive waffle bowls with rainbow sprinkles.
Then the real fun began! Each grandchild got to top their ice cream with their favorite toppings. And boy oh boy was that ever lots of fun. They made the best waffle cup sundaes ever! You can tell by the smiles on their faces!
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Ingredients you will need to make this recipe
- waffle bowls
- white chocolate chips
- rainbow sprinkles
- ice cream
- your favorite toppings
Ice Cream Sundae Bar FAQ’s
What toppings can I serve at my ice cream sundae bar?
- Butterscotch Chips
- Captain Crunch cereal
- Caramel sauce
- Chocolate Chips
- Fresh fruit
- Hot fudge sauce
- Marachino cherries
- Mini Chocolate Chip cookies
- Mini marshmallows
- Mini Oreos
- Peanut M&M’s
- Shredded coconut
- Strawberry Sauce
- Toffee bits
- Wet walnuts
- Whipped Cream
Can I pre-scoop the ice cream?
Yes, you can pre-scoop the ice cream. Using an ice cream scooper ice cream scooper, just scoop out the ice cream and place the scoops on a baking sheet. Keep in the freezer until ready to serve. Then you can place scoops of ice cream in your waffle cups and your guests can get to work topping with their favorite toppings!
How do I organize my ice cream sundae bar?
- Set out your toppings in small bowls or mason jars
- Serve the sauce toppings in squirt bottles
- Pre-scoop the ice cream or designate an ice cream scooper
- Stack your waffle bowls or other serving bowls
- Place spoons in a mason jar
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Dip rims of waffle bowls in melted white chocolate*, then in rainbow sprinkles.
Let stand until white chocolate has set. You can place in refrigerator for about 10 minutes to speed up the process.
Place two scoops of ice cream in each waffle bowl. See notes below for easy serving suggestion!
Top with our suggested toppings or your favorite toppings!
*If melted white chocolate is too thick, stir in 1 teaspoon oil until blended.
Ice Cream Serving Suggestion: To make serving easier, you can pre-scoop the ice cream. Using an ice cream scooper, just scoop out the ice cream and place the scoops on a baking sheet. Keep in the freezer until ready to serve. Then you can place scoops of ice cream in your waffle cups and your guests can get to work topping with their favorite toppings!