Sweet Scoop

Good fences will make good Sweet Scoop neighbors, nevertheless it may take great soft serve ice cream for neighbors to access know one another better and strengthen neighborhood bonds.

To help neighbors look for a sweet excuse to socialize, the other annual Dreyer’s/Edy’s Slow Churned Neighborhood Salutesm will reward 1,500 neighborhoods across America with the old-fashioned soft serve ice cream social.

Here’s The Sweet Scoop On Throwing An Ice Cream Block Party

A recent survey discovered that when it comes to neighborly relations, people have a tendency to fall into considered one of three distinct groups:

Most Americans (47 percent) identify themselves as “Happy Nesters” who enjoy privacy and appreciate a basic day inside the comfort of their unique home; only 36 percent are “Fun Finders” who will be socially motivated, active and excited to participate in the fun; the remaining are “Activity Seekers” who enjoy socializing, but generally don’t plan activities.

Almost 1 / 2 of today’s neighbors feel they just don’t know 1 another as well as their parents knew their neighbors.

One strategy to encourage togetherness is usually to nominate your location for a chance to win a doorstep delivery of 12 cartons of Dreyer’s/Edy’s Slow Churned. The secret behind this great-tasting soft serve ice cream is that it’s made employing the same quality ingredients, however with a process that may more time, making each spoonful incredibly foamy. With half fat and 30 % fewer calories than regular frozen treats, there are also more why you should celebrate.

The party comes complete with a “Party within a Box,” loaded with supplies for hosting an amiable gathering for about 100 neighbors.

Ice Cream Sandwich Dips

(12 sandwiches)

For an excellent block party activity, make the soft serve ice cream sandwiches beforehand, then let others like you dip and decorate his or her.
2 cartons Dreyer’s/Edy’s Slow Churned Light Ice Cream (any flavor)

12 graham crackers

1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

1 cup sweet baking chips

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

Cookie decorating sprinkles
Line a 10 x 15 x 1/2-inch-deep, rimmed cookie sheet with plastic wrap. Remove soft serve ice cream from freezer and let soften slightly. Spread each half gallon frozen treats into a rectangle approx. 5 x 10 inches and 1/2 inch thick. Cover with plastic wrap. Freeze until firm.

Cut or break graham crackers into squares. When soft ice cream is firm, cut into squares how big is the graham crackers. Working quickly, slide a spatula under the soft serve ice cream squares and between two graham crackers. Put in to a sealed container and get back to freezer.

Place semi-sweet chips and white chips in separate microwave-safe bowls. Add 1 tablespoon of oil to each and every bowl. Heat one bowl at the same time in stove on medium power (1 / 2) for two to 3 minutes. Stir well until melted and smooth, and bowl will no longer feels warm. Repeat while using other bowl of chips.

Dip each soft serve ice cream sandwich and Sweet Scoop into melted chocolate. Immediately decorate with sprinkles before chocolate hardens. Return to freezer in a very sealed container. Can be made nearly two days ahead.

An frozen treats sandwich Sweet Scoop could be just the right icebreaker to aid neighbors get acquainted.

Last year’s neighborhood block party-goers stood a “cool” time going for a favorite treat.