This #SundaeFundae sponsored post has been compensated by The J.M. Smucker Company. As always, my classic sundae lovin’ opinions are my own.
Back in July I posted about how much we love stocking up on classic sundae toppings. And as promised, here’s one way I love to ante up our banana split. Lets hope you like waffles with your ice cream!
First, we start any sundae fundae off with vanilla bean ice cream. Let it sit out to soften just enough to slide out and press into a 9×5 bread pan. Then slide it back in the freezer for 30 minutes to harden. Do note, you will want to leave it out for about 15 minutes prior to serving. So you get to do the math on that one.
To begin, we start by plating our ready-made waffle. Simply pop it in the microwave for 15-20 seconds. You won’t want it steaming hot. Rather you’re just warming it enough to be readily edible.
Now you’re ready you can craft your sundae! Taking your loafed ice cream, you have two options. Either to cut out circles with a cookie cutter or glass or simply slice it out in squares. We opt for using a tall glass, which slides out easily onto the plated waffle.
Next bring out your bananas. After all, you can’t have a banana split without its namesake. Whether you opt for died or sliced, now you’re ready to bring out our classic Smucker’s® sundae toppings. There are so many to choose from at Kroger. However I love the classic banana split. We make sure to have pineapple, strawberry, and hot fudge handy.
At this point, its a smorgasbord of tasty toppings being added. Of course we also have chopped peanuts to add. As well as whipped cream. And is it ever the perfect sundae without puddles of liquefied ice cream and toppings at the bottom?
And there you have your classic banana split waffled sundae. What other Smucker’s® topping do you enjoy at home?