Stars and Stripes Sundae with Breyers Natural Vanilla Ice Cream

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Breyers for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

So close. This close. I am this close to raising teens in my house, and as the convenient house just a block from the school where our own children are so very active, I imagine we’ll be the hub for many years to come. And really, that’s what we want!

As The Hub, I’ve come to terms with random children in and out of my home at all hours, yard strewn with balls and bases, kitchen with plastic cups. Kids (some of them mine, some not so much) rummaging through my fridge and pantry for something to eat. And noise. Lots of noise. But what’s a little more noise with our Circus, right?

Last week after volleyball and cheerleading practice, the girls were hungry (of course!) so I put them to work making the stars and stripes sundae for this post. They stay busy, practice some kitchen skills, and get to eat ice cream. I get some work done. Winning!

Getting them to clean up before and after their kitchen projects? Well, I’m working on that one.

 

I’m also winning with Breyers ice cream. Breyers is committed to using high quality ingredients. Breyers Natural Vanilla is made with fresh cream, sugar and milk, and sustainably farmed vanilla beans. You know what? That’s exactly the ingredients I use when we make our own homemade ice cream. (By the way, this was one of our best investments ever. It’s quiet, requires no ice or salt, and makes homemade ice cream in under 30 minutes.)

Breyers Natural Vanilla is America’s No. 1 vanilla ice cream, and parents now have additional reasons to feel good about serving it to their family.

  • Breyers now sources milk and cream from cows not treated with artificial growth hormones.*
  • All Breyers vanilla is real and from sustainably farmed, Rainforest Alliance Certified vanilla beans.
  • Breyers products are available in grocery stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.99-$5.99. (Tip: If you can get it on sale and/or with a coupon, it’s less expensive than making your own!)

Be sure to follow Breyers on their social media links for recipe ideas, product information, coupons, and contests!

What’s your favorite way to enjoy ice cream? (If you haven’t tried my Buster Bar Dessert, do yourself a favor, and make it!)

*Suppliers of other ingredients such as cookies, candies & sauces may not be able to make this pledge. The FDA states that no significant difference has been shown between dairy derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.

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Comments

  1. Just as an aside….I noticed all your oils there (love that!). Have you seen those wonderful cases that have a little spot for each oil? You can zip them up and travel with them. My husband and I took a class at homeschool conference about oils and the instructor had a case like that…..LOVED IT. Also, I have seen another blogster use spice racks to hand their oils. I saw another use some kind of crate system with shelves that her crafty son had actually made for her. Mine is in a basket in my bedroom :O I am on the look out for something to do with mine!!

    • I know! Oil organization is all the rage! (I actually earned one of those cases with 120 foam holes, FILLED WITH OILS. YAY!) So fun. Mine are generally all over because I tend to overflow my “little” stair step (fingernail polish) holder and six of us are grabbing for them. I kind of wish I had space on the wall to the right of the sink to hang something, but that’s the wall we cut out, so I just have a very narrow strip before the cabinets start. I think my best solution would be to limit what I keep out for us to use, but we like to use them all at once. Ha!

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