National Strawberry Sundae Day | Strawberry Fruit Loops Sundae – The Foodie Patootie

National Strawberry Sundae Day | Strawberry Fruit Loops Sundae

National Strawberry Sundae Day | Strawberry Fruit Loops Sundae

It’s really quite simple. Stawberry ice cream + your favorite cereal = always a good treat.

I happen to love Fruit Loops, even plain for a snack, and they just so happened to be on sale the other day. Fruit Loops was a clear winner for my strawberry sundae topping and mixture.

I was inspired by Willow Bird Baking and her Fruity Pebbles Strawberry Ice Cream Sundae. Go ahead and click on over; that thing is beautiful.

You know, I feel a little guilty that I’m not bringing you freshly made strawberry ice cream. But, this ice cream was purchased before I had an ice cream maker (which I only acquired about a week ago) and it’s highly unfortunate, but I simply don’t have room for multiple quarts of ice cream in my freezer. I wish I could have a whole freezer dedicated to my homemade ice creams!

If you want a homemade strawberry ice cream recipe, Google will be your best friend, or check out the recipe instructions at Willow Bird Baking. SHE made her own ice cream for her sundae.

Also, don’t fret. I’ll have a lovely homemade peach ice cream with blueberries on July 17th for the food holiday. Oh yes.

National Strawberry Sundae Day | Strawberry Fruit Loops Sundae

Strawberry Fruit Loops Sundae

Ingredients:

  • Strawberry ice cream
  • Fruit Loops (or your favorite cereal), some crushed, some whole
  • Whipped cream
  • Waffle bowl

Directions:

  1. Scoop strawberry ice cream into waffle bowl. Pour in desired amount of crushed Fruit Loops, stir to combine.
  2. Top with whipped cream and whole Fruit Loops pieces.

5 Responses to “National Strawberry Sundae Day | Strawberry Fruit Loops Sundae”

  1. Velva — July 7, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    Love the sundae…the idea of adding your favorite cereal is a great idea.

    Velva

    P.S. I loved Fruit Loops growing up!

    • Jennifer — July 8th, 2014 @ 9:19 am

      Maybe I can get away with eating this for breakfast? 🙂

  2. one word… yum! definitely taking some inspiration from this post and will be making myself a strawberry sundae (minus the fruit loops!) love it. thanks for the awesome recipe and ideas.

    • Jennifer — July 8th, 2014 @ 9:50 pm

      Strawberry sundaes are the best! Thanks for visiting!

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