Frozen Easter Eggs Photo
Desserts Quick and Easy - Freeze and Reheat

Frozen Easter Eggs


What a great way to cool off on a hot summer day.  Colorful and yummy so the kids will love them.


Frozen Easter Eggs Photo

Frozen Easter Eggs



  • 3 pt soft vanilla ice cream
  • 1 C mixed candied fruit
  • 1/4 C light rum
  • 1 C heavy cream
  • 2 T sugar
  • Pastel food coloring
  • Plastic mold such as a melon egg or ice cube tray
  • Freezer wrap


  • Place the ice cream in a large mixing bowl.
  • Add the candied fruit and rum.
  • Mix together well - working quickly so the ice cream doesn't melt.
  • Place the ice cream mixture into the mold.
  • Place in freezer and freeze until firm, a few hours or even overnight.
  • Place a serving platter in the freezer for about 30 minutes.
  • Un-mold ice cream and place on the chilled platter.
  • Place back in the freezer for about 20 minutes.
  • Place the heavy cream and sugar into a mixing bowl.
  • Mix until stiff.
  • Remove ice cream and frost each egg with part of the cream mixture.
  • Return ice cream to the freezer.
  • Divide the remaining cream mixture into as many bowls as you would like colors for the eggs.
  • Tint each cream mixture with a different color of the food coloring.
  • Remove ice cream from the freezer.
  • Use a pastry bag or baggie with one corner cut out to pipe the colored cream mixture onto each egg.
  • Return to the freezer and freeze until firm.
  • Once firm remove and wrap each egg in the freezer wrap.
  • Maybe stored in the freezer for up to 1 month.