Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae

Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae

Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae

Prep Time

20 minutes

Cook Time



2 people

An incredible ice cream sundae encased in a chocolate shell-coated glass. Impressive to behold, even better to devour.

Why Try? It’s got the Wow! Factor. Once someone sees it, they simply can’t resist digging into it.

When covering your glass with chocolate, save the drippings to pour over top the ice cream. This ultimate sundae can be a fun project for your kids or a great dessert for a summer gathering with family. Chef’s Tips: • It’s a good idea to wear plastic or latex gloves. Keeps your hands clean and prevents fingerprints on the hardened shell. • Place the coated goblet(s) on a plate or cookie sheet lined with waxed paper before putting into the freezer. • Remove from freezer and slide a thin spatula or knife under the base to release the goblet from the waxed paper.


  • 1 (7.25oz) bottle quick hardening chocolate sauce
  • 1 pint vanilla ice cream
  • 1/2 cup whipped cream garnish
  • 1 tablespoon chopped pecan pieces for garnish
  • 2 each maraschino cherries for garnish


  • 1 Working over a bowl, drizzle 2 medium sized glasses with chocolate sauce until the outside is completely coated. Place on small plates and freeze until the chocolate hardens.
  • 2 Layer 3 scoops vanilla ice cream into each chocolate-coated glass.
  • 3 Drizzle chocolate sauce (we recommend Chocolate Magic Shell) over ice cream sundaes.
  • 4 Top each with whipped cream, pecans and a cherry. Serve immediately.



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