Tuesday, December 25, 2012
QueensNYC Mom12:30:00 AMBaskin Robbins, Cake, chocolate, Christmas, Elf, Elves, Facebook, Festive, ice cream, Santa, Snowman, sweet, twitter, Xmas No comments
Do you have a holiday dinner party coming up? If you do you should go check out Baskin Robbins' festive ice cream cakes. They have the Snowman, the Elf and Santa cakes for you to choose. The cakes can be customized with your favorite flavor. These cake serve 8-12 people.
|Serves 8-12 people and retail price of $26.99|
|Santa Ice Cream Cake|
I reviewed the Santa cake for my Christmas dinner party at my home. Since I was running late, I picked this one up so I was not able to personalize it with my favorite flavor. I finished all my Xmas shopping early but Xmas dinner is another event by itself. I went to the store 4x because I kept forgetting something for the dinner table. Now you don't have to forget put this on your list and bring it to your party.
This Santa cake was filled with chocolate inside. Lots of chocolate. It was a little too much for my taste and I love chocolate. The red part of Santa was too sweet but the rest was just the right amount. I ate the tip of Santa's hat. That part had regular cream frosting not ice cream. It surprised me as I thought it was ice cream all around.
Overall this was a fun cake that we all liked. As soon as I took the box out of the freezer the kids wanted some. Ice cream cake is good at any age it brings the kid inside us all out. For more information about Baskin-Robbins and its wide range of ice cream flavors and frozen treats, visit www.BaskinRobbins.com or follow them on Facebook and on Twitter.
Disclaimer: I recevied a free gift card to purchase and review this product. No other compensation was received and all opinions expressed are my own.
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