This post is sponsored by Edy’s®. All comments and opinions are my own.
Building a snowman is one of those classic holiday activities. While we don’t see a ton of snow here in the south, chances are good at one time or another you’ve made your own attempt to recreate Frosty and all the magic of the season.
While most of us will not see much snow this season, we can still get in on all the fun of creating a little magic indoors with this Edy’s® Melting Snowman Frosted Cookies recipe. All you need are a handful of ingredients to create a fun, whimsical (and easy!) dessert that will surprise and delight kids and adults alike.
- Edy’s® Slow Churned® Vanilla Light Ice Cream
- Sugar cookies (store bought or homemade)
- Large marshmallows
- Pull-n-Peel Licorice
- Mini chocolate chips
- Orange sprinkles
- Dark brown icing
- Spread a thick layer of ice cream onto a sugar cookie and place in the freezer to set.
- In the meantime, decorate a large marshmallow with icing and an orange sprinkle for the nose.
- When you’re ready to serve, remove from the freezer and add a string of licorice for the scarf and mini chocolate chip buttons!
For this ice cream recipe and so many others this holiday season, Edy’s® Slow Churned® Light Ice Cream is the perfect choice! It’s delicious, of course, but what really impresses me is the way that it’s made with simple ingredients like milk and cream and has 1/3 fewer calories and 1/2 the fat of regular ice cream. I don’t know how they do it, but you can’t argue with the results!
Now is always the perfect time to grab all your favorite flavors at Publix, and don’t forget that if you already have a Publix.com account (or have a minute to create one) you might be able to grab some great digital coupon savings on Edy’s®. (Coupon availability is limited and while supplies last.)
And if curbside pickup or home delivery via Instacart are your jam, it’s never been easier to keep your freezer stocked and ready for fun. Grab plenty of Edy’s® for these adorable Melting Snowman Frosted Cookies and any other holiday treats you have planned.