Turn any flavor into “Christmas” ice cream with red and green sanding sugar. If you want to save calories, check out Halo Top: our favorite of the low-calorie ice creams with just 240 calories for the entire pint. And it has extra protein—really! Here’s our review (photo courtesy Halo Top),
When you hear “Christmas ice cream,” you probably think of candy cane (a.k.a. peppermint stick) ice cream.
We love it and gobble it up over the holiday season. But not everyone is a mint fan.
So here’s the easiest way ever to serve Christmas ice cream:
Sprinkle colored sanding sugar over the top.
Sanding sugar, also called colored sugar, decorating sugar, nibbed sugar, pearl sugar or sugar nibs, is coarse granulated sugar.
It’s processed to have larger granules that sparkle, and is used to decorate candies, cookies, cupcakes, sweet breads and other baked goods. You can find it in white as well as a rainbow of colors.
For Christmas, sprinkle red and green sugars on ice cream.
For Chanukah, get blue and white sugars.
For Kwanzaa, get black, red and green.
For New Year’s Eve: gold and silver.
Use the colors of any special occasion for an instant celebration dessert.
CHECK OUT THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SUGAR IN OUR SUGAR & SYRUP GLOSSARY.
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