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MELT HEARTS, NOT ICE CREAM WITH THESE VALENTINE’S DAY IDEAS

February 7, 2020

Ask any of your friends about the things they love in life, and we bet ice cream is on the list.

At Hudsonville Ice Cream, every flavor we make is made with love, and you can tell in every bite you take. Valentine’s Day might not be a traditional ice cream holiday, but we know how important it is to share a scoop with the people you love.

If you’re looking to add something special to your Valentine’s Day festivities this year, we’ve got you covered, both with your favorite flavors and some ideas of how to make the day memorable for your loved ones.

Read on for ways you can celebrate this heartfelt holiday with four delicious activities.

CREATE AN ICE CREAM SUNDAE DESSERT BOARD

The is one tasty trend we can’t get enough of—dessert boards! What’s not to love? Create a crave-worthy dessert board of your own: Simply select your favorite Valentine’s Day-themed sundae toppings for friends and family to choose from as they top their own individual sundaes. From heart-shaped cookies and cherries to scoops of your favorite Hudsonville flavor, Valentine’s Day doesn’t get any sweeter than this.

MAKE MAGICAL VALENTINE’S DAY ICE CREAM SANDWICHES

We heart this delicious dessert from our friend The Kittchen. These heart-shaped ice cream sandwiches are perfect for Valentine’s Day (or any day you need a pick-me-up) and can be made with any Hudsonville Ice Cream flavor.

HOST A GALENTINE’S DAY BRUNCH

On February 13, invite your gal pals over for a Galentine’s Day brunch featuring these delicious ice cream for breakfast recipes. Spending time with your girlfriends, and maybe making a movie marathon of your favorite romantic comedies part of the day, is a great reason to get together, whether you have plans for Valentine’s Day or not.

TRANSFORM YOUR EMPTY CARTON INTO A VALENTINE’S MAILBOX

Once you’ve finished enjoying your last scoop of ice cream, turn your empty carton into a valentine box. Get as crafty as you can by transforming (and recycling!) the carton into cheerful mailboxes for your kids to take to school, or keep the mailbox at home and stuff it full of loving affirmations to share with family members. When Valentine’s Day rolls around, open it to find a whole lotta love inside!

Tell us how you’re making Hudsonville Ice Cream part of your Valentine’s Day celebrations this year.

 

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