Root beer float, hot fudge sundae, banana split with a cherry on top. Spark nostalgia for old-fashioned ice cream parlors by creating your own Sundaes with Senior Citizens. There’s nothing quite like cold ice cream on a hot summer’s day to bring back those happy childhood memories.
How do you make your own ice cream bar?
Arrange cups, bowls, or cones on one end of a table. Next, set up tubs of ice cream, each with its own scoop in a cup of warm water. Lay out the topping choices in bowls or muffin tins. Make sure each topping has its own serving spoon. Place napkins and utensils at the end. Enjoy!
Sundaes with Senior Citizens
Ice cream socials are a great way for Seniors to keep cool and socialize. When planning your sundae social, stick to the primary flavors—vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry are crowd-pleasers. Let the ice cream sit at room temperature for about 15 minutes before serving. This makes it easier to scoop. Then, arrange the toppings with spoons so guests can choose what they want.
You can set out little bowls for an ice cream sundae party or use a muffin tin with different toppings in each bowl or tin. There’s no limit when it comes to toppings—here are a few topping ideas to get you started:
- Whipped cream
- Crushed pineapple
- Chopped nuts
- Chocolate chips
- Crushed Oreos
- Mini Marshmallows
- Hot fudge
- Chocolate syrup
- Caramel syrup
If you want to go the extra mile, give your Sundaes with Senior Citizens party a unique flair with a creative twist. Try some of these ideas to add a little more fun for those special celebrations.
- Root beer floats — Include tall glasses and root beer
- Edible bowls — You don’t have to wash ice cream bowls.
- Decorate — Spark nostalgia with vintage ice cream parlor decor
- Pre-scooped ice cream — scoop ahead of time on wax paper to store in the freezer
At Anita’s Angels, Inc., we want to help our clients enjoy summer with full zeal. We are Families Helping Families. So let’s talk about how our family can help yours—call 908-788-9390.