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Valentine's Day Potted Plant Ice-Cream Desserts Party Recipe

valentines day potted plant ice cream desserts recipe
Potted Plant desserts were an instant hit when they were first spotted in some cafes. I fell in love with them instantly when I saw these pudding plants surfaced on a Taiwanese TV program some time ago. I knew I had to make them!

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Since I've not tried these puddings, I had to make them based on my imagination. I had a party last November, so I jumped at the opportunity to impress my guests with my simple version.

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Well, my Potted Plant Ice-Cream Desserts were a hit too! Valentine's Day is near. Say it with flowers, or how about making these fuss-free desserts to tease your the other half? Check out how easy it is to make these party treats in just 3 steps!

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(Serves 6)
Ingredients:
0.75 lit Vanilla Ice-cream
10 Palm Seeds (diced)
2 tbsp Organic Mixed Nuts
2 oz Blue Berries
100g Oreo Cookies
Parsley for decoration

Method:
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  • Remove cream from cookies and pound the cookies into crumbs. Set aside.
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  • Mix ice-cream with the rest of the ingredients and put them into serving cups. Freeze them well.
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  • Top the ice-cream cups with Oreo crumbs and insert a sprig of parsley just before serving your Potted Plant Ice-Cream Desserts!
* Tips: Don't make your desserts look too neat. They're meant to be a bit messy with the " soil ". After all, they're supposed to be plants, aren't they?

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Well, isn't it simple enough to make these party treats? What do you think of these potted plant desserts?

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See how happy my guests were? They were in high spirits and were busy watering their plants! Lol!

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How about getting your loved ones started with these Juicy Pineapple Tuna Salads on Valentine's Day? xoxo

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I am humbled that my Potted Plant Dessert Recipe is also Featured at LiveWell Magazine along with 3 other of my recipes! Check them out now and get cooking!

48 comments:

  1. Lovely pots. I had it for 1st time last year in Sibu. Tasted like pudding more than ice cream. ^^

    Nice idea for the Valentine's Day.

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  2. Loving the presentation!

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  3. Loooove the party food Recipes <3 :)

    They all look so delicious

    Serene xoxo

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  4. hey i always see those shop serve this!
    looks simple la the recipe! thanks for sharing!
    i would do it when im free on the weekend! hehe

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  5. Great idea, thanks for sharing Shirley!

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  6. LOL! They really look like soil in pots. I don't know whether I dare to eat them or not for fearing it might be real soil!

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  7. Hi Shirley, wow... this is so cute and pretty. Too beautiful to be eaten. :))
    Thanks for sharing this great ideas. 2 thumbs up for you.

    Have a lovely week ahead,regards.
    Amelia

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  8. I really thought those are plants, and then I saw oreos. I was like WTF :)) Great presentation. How I wish I'm good in baking and decorating desserts.

    Janelle | Styles & Prints

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    1. Hahaha! Got you, didn't I? Thanks, Janelle!

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  9. thanks for sharing these amazing desserts..
    kisses

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  10. ohh wow! This is such a cool idea! It looks just like real soil!
    I really want to make this now!

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  11. Oh my goodness! Plants to eat! This is so delicious!! I loooove it so much! Thanks for sharing!!

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  12. yup...i made that too. it;s a favourite of everyone

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  13. I thought that these are real pots when I saw the photos first, you are awesome I wish I can present dishes like you. Hats off for your creativity.

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    1. Glad I got you too! Hahaha! Well, I'm sure you've no problem making these with the easy instructions, dear.

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  14. Delicious dessert and Lovely presentation!!!!
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  15. It looks really like a great Valentine's day dessert!
    Kisses

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  16. Hi Shirley!
    There are so many variations on this novel idea. I LOVE the way yours turned out and from the looks of it, your "pals" liked them too:)

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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  17. Oh wow! So creative of you! I'll take a look at the tuna salad with pineapple, too. I love tuna :)

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    1. Thanks so much for coming by & leaving your sweet notes! Popping over to your blog now......... :D

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  18. Love this so much, Shirley, I thought it was real, lol, what a smart idea.
    xox
    Lenya
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  19. lovely...yummy...
    cool creative culinary art...

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  20. I thought those were real potted plants at first! What a fun idea Shirley!

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  21. Lovely post, as always! I had fun reading this.

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  23. How gorgeous Shirley! These potted plant desserts have been very popular the last year in singapore! I now of several places serving them as well as businesses selling them! I totally mus try making this at home! How fun and yummy!

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  24. Your pot plants are an incredible idea, so cute :D
    Happy early V-Day!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  25. what a wonderful idea!
    they really look like plants...I really must try this<3

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  26. That's sooooo great!!!!!

    Rosa
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  27. omg i thought they were real plants, so nice! :)
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  28. Oh Shirley, this little pots are so cute...I would love to get a hold on one of them and start to dig into it...great idea!
    Hope you are enjoying your week :)

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  29. It's amazing the Oreo-effect. These desserts look so bizarre.

    Jasmine xx

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  30. I saw this ice cream selling like hot cakes at Jonker Walk last week. Not that difficult to make your own potted plant ice cream. Shirley! you always make thing sounds so easy...you pineapples tuna appetizer is my favourite! Brilliant creation..

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  31. Omg these look so cute! The fact that you used oreo cookies makes them even more amazing! ლ(╹◡╹ლ)

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  32. I totally love this one. I first tried it at a local Taiwanese restaurant but I think your version is way cooler with berries and nuts all in! ^.^

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  33. i know that's an instant hit on dessert pot recently
    it's so much interesting
    but I haven't try any yet
    MY-Emily

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