Easy Build-Your-Own Sundaes and Cones with Hudsonville Ice Cream

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As a food stylist and photographer, I’ve worked with all kinds of foods, ingredients, cookware and kitchen products but one thing I have never tried to photograph is ice cream. I have heard for years how difficult a subject ice cream can be, so when the great folks at Hudsonville Creamery reached out to me, I couldn’t resist the chance to try my hand at capturing the beauty of their wonderful range of artisanal ice creams. Besides, summer is still in full swing so why not enjoy a few scoops embellished in classic sundae style?

SuperScoop – Classic 2 Scoop Cone
This vibrant psychedelic swirl has an exquisite yet hard to describe mystery flavor; some say it is reminiscent of Froot Loops, but I think that description misses the deeply flavorful creamy base and the pistachio-like nutty finish. I accentuated the flavors with a cone dressed in crushed cereal, a dollop of whipped cream, and crowned it with a flourish of whole Froot Loops.

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Creamery Blend Vanilla – Caramel Waffle Ice Cream Sandwich
The creamiest, dreamiest vanilla ice cream carefully layered between two exquisitely rich Belgian caramel Stroopwafels, the ultimate in minimalist indulgence which presents the clear and complimentary flavors of sweet cream, vanilla, caramel, and toasty Belgian waffles with zero distractions. I used a stainless steel form to pack and shape the disk of ice cream, but any smooth, non-ridged biscuit cutter will work. Or freestyle it with a spatula!

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Traverse City Cherry Fudge – Classic 3 Scoop Cone
A delicately flavored amaretto base with luscious Michigan cherries and a ridiculously indulgent fudge swirl, piled high atop a waffle cone, topped with magic shell and a sprinkle of sprinkles! The cherry-amaretto-fudge trio are a match made in creamy heaven!

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Creamery Blend Vanilla – Classic 3 Scoop Sundae
A classic combination of three scoops of luscious vanilla ice cream topped with a drizzle of hot fudge, whipped cream, and a maraschino cherry all in a waffle bowl rimmed with white chocolate and sprinkles!

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Deer Traxx – Classic 2 Scoop Cone
A sea of the creamiest vanilla ice cream swarming with tiny peanut butter cups surfing a thick swirl of chocolate fudge. Then freeze that scene and pack it into a convenient half-gallon carton. Liberate a couple scoops of this frozen vacation and pack them into a waffle cone topped with magic shell and some sweet-salty crushed nuts. Instant. Holiday.

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Now a little about the creamery; Hudsonville has been producing delicious ice creams packed with goodness since 1926. Based in Holland, Michigan, Hudsonville Creamery produces 50 flavors that are sold across Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana. The creamery was built near dairy farms because closer cows mean fresher milk and better tasting ice cream. Check out their site for a full list of flavors and where to find them near you.

Products featured: 
Hudsonville Ice Cream, Holland, Michigan
Revol Round Eared Black Cast-Iron Dish
Revol Crème Brulee Bowl in Pepper
Revol Cup in 6.25oz in White
Revol Black Salt Pot 
Target – All sprinkles, waffle cones, waffle bowls, nuts, hot fudge and Magic Shell
Stroopwafel Cookies

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