|A Typical Summer's Day at the Toronto Beaches|
|A Trip to the Playground & Splash Pad|
|Roasting Marshmallows Around the Fire|
|Enjoying a Summer Picnic|
Sandy Legs Compliments of the Beach ;)
|Enjoying One of Ontario's Pristine Lakes|
|Make This Sweet Treat With Kinder Surprise Eggs & Ice Cream!|
As a special summer treat, the kids and their friends love when I make ice cream boats out of Kinder Surprise Chocolate Eggs! They're fast and easy to make, see instructions below!
1 Kinder Surprise Chocolate Egg per child
2-4 tablespoons of ice cream per egg, your favourite flavour
1.Remove tin foil wrap from each Kinder Surprise Chocolate Egg.
2.Use a dull knife, and cut along the "seam" of the Kinder Chocolate Egg until it's cut evenly in half.
3.Remove plastic capsule with toy, and set aside as a surprise for after the sweet treat.
4.Fill both halves of the Kinder Chocolate Egg with ice cream and then close together like a "sandwich" (for a Kinder Chocolate Egg ice cream sandwich), or fill each half of the Kinder Chocolate Egg separately with ice cream for an ice cream boat. No spoon needed!
Reminder: be cautious when travelling to the USA, as Kinder Surprise eggs are not allowed to cross the border.
|Kinder Surprise Egg Ice Cream Sandwich or Boat?|
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What do you look forward to most about summertime? Would you rather eat a Kinder Chocolate Egg as an "ice cream sandwich" or as an open-faced boat filled with ice cream?
Disclosure: I’m part of the Kinder Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.