Bubble Gum Ice Cream-
recipe adapted from Domestic Rebel
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1 (14 oz.) can sweetened condensed milk
1 dram (1 teaspoon) LorAnn bubble gum oil
pink gel food coloring
6 ice cream cones
12 candy eyes
6 curved chocolate sprinkles
gumpaste dog bone tool (or use a lollipop stick)
Whisk heavy whipping cream, bubble gum oil, and pink food coloring to stiff peaks.
Add sweetened condensed milk and whisk to combine.
I use my Kitchen-Aid stand mixer and this ice cream comes together in a few minutes.
Freeze ice cream for at least 3 hours.
Before serving, scoop ice cream onto cones then return to freezer for at least 15 minutes or up to 8 hours. If you leave them in the freezer for too long, the cones will become chewy.
Cut one piece of bubble gum into five slices, widthwise. Flatten and shape each slice into pointed ovals. Pinch one end into a sharper point. To give the ears a bit more shape use a gumpaste dog bone tool to create the indentation in each ear. Create a total of 12 ears for your 6 ice cream cone pigs.
Cut one piece of bubble gum in half, widthwise. Smooth out each piece as needed Use the dog bone tool to create two indentations for the nose. Create a total of 6 noses.
In order to attach those noses to the scoops of bubble gum ice cream, you need to create a bubble gum cone to attach to the back of them. To do so, cut a piece of bubble gum into three slices. Pinch and shape the slice into a cone. Rub your finger on the flat part to make the gum a bit sticky and attach it to the backside of each bubble gum snout.
Select 6 curved chocolate sprinkles to use for the pigs’ mouths.
NOTE: If you don’t have a dog bone tool, you can use the end of a lollipop stick or wood skewer.
You can make and decorate these cones, then place them back in the freezer for up to 8 hours. This is great if you are having a party.
Imagine how cute these would be served at a farm day party, as a treat after a petting zoo trip, or simply for some summer fun.