A 22-scoop ice cream sundae filled with six mini waffles, vanilla soft serve, a giant layer of cake, vanilla & raspberry parfait, three packages of strawberry pocky sticks and fresh strawberry slices can now be yours for the taking — that is, if you can scarf it all down before it melts. Located in Bangkok, Thailand, Mo & Moshi has received international attention for their massive sundaes. This instagrammable beauty must be eaten with large wooden spoons and forks.
Mo & Moshi serves more than the party-sized parfaits. They also have regular portions of ice cream treats available for those who only want to sample their delicious flavors and don’t want to commit to a humongous sundae.
A sundae is a sweet ice cream dessert that usually consists of one or more scoops of ice cream topped with a sauce or syrup. In some cases additions such as nuts, sprinkles, whipped cream, maraschino cherries and other fresh fruits.
This very customizable dessert is perfect for hot summer days or kids birthday parties. It’s a fun and easy way to get both kids and adults involved and occupied. Try a sundae bar at your next party with these simple steps to success:
- ICE-CREAM – K.I.S.S (keep it super simple). Since the ice-cream is not the only component, sticking with simple and uncomplicated flavours such as vanilla, chocolate and even strawberry is best. The additions and add ins will be able to shine through.
- TOPPINGS – Now this is where things can get a little tricky. We all know it’s easy to get carried away with toppings since the possibilities are endless. You can end up with a delicious disaster or just a melty mess. A great idea is to mix up the four essential food groups; crunchy, sweet, healthy and saucy. This way there’s variety, texture and many options for guests to choose from. Here are some options: Healthy (berries, pineapples, mangoes & even toasted coconut), Sweet (M&M’s, gummy bears, chopped up candy bars), Crunchy (peanuts, granola, toffee bits), Saucy (hot chocolate fudge, caramel sauce, berry puree).
- HAVE FUN – Get your guests involved by asking them to bring something along to share. You can even be a bit creative with what you ask them to bring; such as:
BYOT (bring your own topping)– watch and see what unusual toppings your guests enjoy their sundaes with.
BYOB (bring your own bowl) – ask your guests to bring along their own bowl and let them know it can be as large or as small as they like. Give out awards for the largest bowl, the most colourful or the most extraordinary shape.
BYOS (bring your own scoop) – this can be interpreted as an ice-cream scoop or a story “scoop”. Let guests bring their sauciest and most interesting stories that no one has ever heard before to add some fun to the party.
Now you can even go overboard with toppings such as the ones found on the giant 22-scoop sundae, some mini waffles and popping candy.