Monday, November 7, 2011

ice cream comets

On Friday room 14 made ice cream comets. The first step was to crush the biscuits. Crushing the biscuits with the hundreds and thousands block was hurting my hands.

Suddenly Ms Squires sprinkled the chocolate sprinkles and the colourful sprinkles onto the crushed biscuits. Ms Squires scooped the ice cream out and put into my hands. My hands were freezing cold.

The next step was to put the ice cream on the biscuit mixture. I flipped it over and rolled it on my ice cream.

Finally we went outside to eat our ice cream comets. As I ate the ice cream comet there were different kinds of textures like the chocolate and the colorful sprinkles, the ice cream and the crushed biscuits.

after we ate the ice cream comets I felt like for one more ice cream comets
they were Delicious


  1. Hey Fauea,
    My name is Michelle Loupe, and I am in Dr. Strange's EDM310 class at the University of South Alabama. I was assigned to browse and comment on your blog. I chose to comment on this post because you posted it on my birthday, and of course because I love ice cream. This is so cool how your class got to do this in school. It sounds like you have a lot of fun in your school. I have always wanted to try to make my own ice cream. I think I will try soon! Well, your blog looks great. I hope you keep up all the good work! Visit my blog anytime . Or my EDM310 class blog
    Thanks, Michelle

  2. Hi Fauea,
    My name is Victoria. I live in Mississippi in the United States, but I am a student at the University of South Alabama. I am studying to become an educator. After reading your post about making ice cream comets at school, I got a huge craving for ice cream! I had never heard of an ice cream comet before. After you gave such wonderful instructions on how to make one, it made me want to try myself. In the United States we call biscuits cookies. My favorite cookies to eat with ice cream are chocolate ones with cream filling. I think when I make my own ice cream comet I will crush some of those up and then add some rainbow sprinkles. I hope mine turns out as delicious as you described yours! You are doing a great job blogging, and I hope you keep it up. Thank you for sharing this unique way of eating ice cream with me and the rest of your readers!
    Take good care, Victoria.


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