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SHINDIGS WITH STYLE: ICE CREAM PARTY IDEAS

Ice Cream Party by @naturallymeghan

This is a pretty exciting August for us here at Booja-Booja! It’s the first Summer that our new range of organic dairy-free ice creams has appeared in freezer cabinets across the UK. (It also happens to be ten years since we first launched ice cream as part of our offering!) The new flavours have taken their cues from the most elaborate of premium dairy ice creams and feature an abundance of nutty caramel sauces, fruity ripples and swoons of truffley swirls.  They are the result of over a year’s intensive development by the Booja-Booja team to take dairy free ice cream into a whole new dimension. There are six flavours in the range including Caramel Pecan Praline, Chocolate Salted Caramel, Raspberry Ripple, Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle.

ICE CREAM RANGE SHOT

So, this is the Summer of Booja-Booja Ice Cream Parties! Some of our fabulous independent stockists are hosting their own ‘shop parties’ and you can join in the fun by hosting your very own Ice Cream Party too. Like the idea? Want some inspiration? Here are a few simple ideas for how to serve up an ice cream party at home…

Scoopa Doopa Serving Suggestions:

  • vintage tea cups
  • jam jars, with a small wooden spoon tied to the rim
  • hollowed coconuts with edible flowers
  • banana splits, using Booja-Booja ice cream instead of cream

Banana splits close up Booja-Booja Banana Split by @nourishingamelia

  • a teapot with lots of pretty teaspoons and teacups as bowls
  • scooped out lemons, with the pointy lemon end as a lid

Lemons with Rasp Ripple 3

Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream in fresh lemons by @nourishingamelia

  • small, clean, tin cans with a sprinkle of Norfolk lavender and raspberries, a taste of Norfolk summer!
  • between homemade biscuits in an ice cream sandwich (we like ginger oat biscuits)
 Ice Cream Cookies, cropped

Ice Cream & Homemade Cookie Sandwiches by @BiancaBridges

Ice Cream Recipe Twists: 

Ice Cream Bubbly Floats: Add a small scoop of Booja-Booja’s Raspberry Ripple ice cream to a glass of your favourite Champagne or Prosecco. Serve in 1930s champagne glasses. Or try a scoop of vanilla ice cream in a cup of your favourite black coffee.

Milkshakes for Grown-Ups: Try serving up some sozzled ‘milkshakes’ with our Hunky Punky or Keep Smiling Vanilla M’Gorilla ice cream, a shot of amaretto, using your favourite almond or cashew milk. Serve in vintage milk bottles with paper straws.

Sunday Sundaes: Use ordinary champagne flutes or pretty glasses (a third filled with Booja-Booja ice cream). Supply various toppings in different jars including: nuts, berries, dried cherries, chocolate sauce, homemade fruit sauce etc so that guests can build their own sundaes.

Rasp in pretty glass, IG norch_cat
Raspberry Ice Cream sundae posted on Instagram by @norch_cat

 

Ice Cream Cup Cakes: For a twist on traditional ‘butterfly cakes’ – slice off the top of cupcakes and instead of butter icing, serve with a small scoop of Booja-Booja’s Caramel Pecan Praline ice cream and place the two ‘butterfly wings’ made from the leftover cupcake top. Serve immediately!

Warm Waffle Magic: there’s nothing quite like ice cream melting on to warm waffles. A scoop of Hunky Punky Chocolate and a few strawberries are the perfect partner for fresh warm waffles.

waffles with ice cream IG glowandbepositive
Spelt waffles with Booja-Booja ice cream posted on Instagram by @glowandbepositive

 

Booja-Booja dairy free ice creams are available from independent health food stores, Ocado, Holland and Barrett and Waitrose at an RRP of £5.99 (500ml) and £1.99 (110ml).

 

2 Comments

  1. Sue

    Hi, can you tell me please if any of your products are suitable for peanut & nut allergy sufferers, I’m also Ceoliac & have dairy & soya allergies. Many thanks

    • louise c

      Hi Sue, everything we make is dairy, gluten and soya free. However we do use nuts in all of our ice creams and in several of our chocolate truffles. Therefore we have various nuts on site so I’m afraid our products are not suitable for people with nut allergies, sorry.

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