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Sundae Boards Are The New Cheese Boards — Here’s How To DIY

Because hot fudge and cherries beat truffle oil and cornichons every time.

Megan Baldwin · about 1 year ago

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“Let’s make an Instagrammable cheese board,” said no kid ever. But “let’s crush the ultimate ice cream sundae board” feels more like something the whole family can get behind. So if you’re ready to move beyond stock image cheese and embrace your ice cream serving dreams, here’s how to make a super-delicious sundae board yourself.

Step 1: Pick your platter

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Camp Counsel: Throw your board in the freezer beforehand so things don’t get too melty too quickly.

Step 2: Choose Your Flavors

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Step 2: Choose your flavors as you would your cheeses, mixing go-tos with weirdos.  You’re aiming for about 4-5 different pints to anchor the platter.

Step 3: Source Some Sauce



Make your spread saucy with hot fudge and caramel sauce.

Step 4: Find Some Fixings

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Milk Bar

Top your platter with all the fixings: sprinkles, candy, cookies, popcorn, fruit.

Step 5: Feast!

Arrange everything — marshmallows, brightly colored macarons, gooey sauces, and bowls of sprinkles — then let the kids go crazy.