Wednesday, June 29

Chocolate Cookie SunButter Ice Cream Cupcakes and *Special Giveaway*

I'm excited to share a fun and delicious SunButter recipe with you today. These Chocolate Cookie SunButter Ice Cream Cupcakes are the perfect fun treat for a hot summer's a 4th of July picnic dessert maybe? But what's even better?  They're a dairy free, nut free and allergy friendly dessert of course! 

Also, be sure to read to the bottom of this post for an awesome SunButter giveaway!

These ice cream cupcakes so easy peasy to make because this is a no bake recipe. NOT having to turn on the oven for a delicious summertime dessert is great news, right?

Plus, you can customize them any way you want. You can use your favorite ice cream flavor or frozen whipped topping.  Just make sure it's dairy and nut free if you're dealing with food allergies.

You can eat it with a fork....

Or your hands! Doesn't this look yummy?  Layers of tasty goodness, ya know?

Chocolate SunButter Ice Cream Cupcakes
Makes 12 ice cream cupcakes.

Cookie crust:
14 crushed Oreos (Or try your favorite crunchy chocolate cookie)
4 Tbsp melted dairy free butter (I used Earth Balance)

SunButter filling:
3/4 cup SunButter (I used Natural flavor)
1/2 cup powdered sugar
4 Tbsp soft dairy free butter (again, Early Balance)

Ice cream:
3 cups dairy free ice cream or frozen whipped topping (I used SoDelicious)

1. Line a cupcake pan with foil cupcake wrappers. Include the paper wrappers if they come in the foil. This makes it easier to peel off when the cupcake is frozen.

2. Crush Oreos in food processor. Combine with melted dairy-free butter.

3. Firmly press 1 Tbsp of Oreo mixture into the bottom of each cupcake liner.

4. Beat SunButter, powdered sugar and dairy-free butter with electric mixer until combined. Spread 1 heaping Tbsp of SunButter mixture in each cupcake liner as next layer.

5. Scoop 1/4 cup of slightly soft dairy-free ice cream into each cupcake liner and smooth on top.  The cupcake should be filled to the top of the cupcake liner.

6. Top with your favorites. We like crushed Oreos, Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips, or India Tree Sprinkles.

I'm sure you love SunButter as much as we do. I mean, it's one of Little Guy's main sources of protein due to his food allergies. If you depend on it as much as we do I'm sure you're going to love this giveaway. One lucky reader will win a CASE of SunButter. That's 6 jars, 16 oz. each, and you can choose your favorite flavor! Enter here today.

Don't forget to check out more SunButter recipes on my blog, and the fun recipe booklet on the SunButter website.

This post contains affiliate links. Also, thanks to SunButter for sponsoring this post and giveaway, and partnering with me to bring you new ideas for fun allergy friendly eating!


Jenny said...

These look A M A Z I N G !!!!

1froglegs said...

My favorite is the creamy variety that doesn't have to be stirred.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

My favorite Sunbutter flavor is the Natural.

1froglegs said...

The Sunbutter Crunch seems like a great alternative to traditional crunchy peanut butter.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

I really like the Natural and the Crunchy flavors!

1froglegs said...

My favorite is the no-stir because of convenience.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

I really like the Natural kind, but the sugar free kind looks good too!

1froglegs said...

The Sunbutter Crunch looks like it would be great.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

The Natural Crunchy would probably be my favorite.

1froglegs said...

The crunch sound great, but I wish it also came no-stir.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

I think my family would prefer the Creamy version.

1froglegs said...

The Sunbutter Creamy is great for the days when you do not want crunchy.

Diane said...

Omygosh Kathryn these look so yummy!

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

The No Sugar Added version looks really good to me!

Unknown said...

These look so good! My girls would absolutely love these!! Pinned your recipe to try!

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