Smucker’s Summer Ice Cream Toppings Giveaway

Summer is in full swing; the kids are out playing, parents are grilling out, and the weather is hot. But what happens when it gets too hot? You need something cold and refreshing to beat the heat while you eat. Luckily Smucker’s has just come out with some new flavors for their toppings, and they are delicious.

Smucker's Ice Cream Toppings ::

The first couple of toppings are hot milk chocolate and hot butterscotch flavors. Personally I loved the butterscotch, and the milk chocolate was very good too. These toppings are simple to use as well. All you need to do is pop the open bottle into the microwave for half a minute then it’s good to go.

The other type of topping is Smucker’s Magic Shell. This is where the magic happens, so to speak. It’s so neat to have a topping shell on your ice cream, just as if you had gone out to get some. The flavors are just a topping on the…toppings. Both the root beer and pink lemonade flavors are delicious. I’d recommend both, but if I had to choose a favorite I’d choose the pink lemonade. But no matter what flavor or topping you choose, these toppings will be sure to add some nice variety to your next ice cream experience.

Smucker's Ice Cream Toppings ::

So next time your kids are out sweating in the sun, or if you just want to have an ice cream party, try out these new toppings.

We’ll even give you a head start: thanks to Smucker’s, we’re giving out a prize pack that includes Smucker’s Pink Lemonade Magic Shell Topping, Smucker’s Root Beer Magic Shell Toping, Smucker’s Hot Milk Chocolate Microwavable Topping,  Smucker’s Hot Butterscotch Microwavable Topping, a beach themed disposable camera, a colorful beach towel, a Banana Republic beach tote bag, and a $50 American Express gift card to help with your big ice cream party. Have fun!

Smucker's Ice Cream Toppings Giveaway ::

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Disclosure: Smucker’s provided me with an Ice Cream Toppings Sundae Kit for my review. As always, all opinions are my own


  1. Don’t try to cook everything yourself – a blend of homemade and store bought is good.

  2. Just relax and have fun. It’s always great to have a theme that way you can stay focus.

    I am planning an Ice Cream Social for my great nephew soon and Smucker’s toppings are the best. I can’t wait to try the new summery flavors!!

  3. Have good food and drinks available! Everyone loves to eat!

  4. Prepare as much food as possible ahead of time and freeze it.

  5. Get an under the bed plastic bin and fill it with ice. Place containers of perishables on top of the ice to keep things fresh and cool during your picnic.

  6. Don’t be afraid to ask guests to bring something (pot luck).

  7. Know the size of your party.

  8. Always make sure there are enough seating options.

  9. have water and juice for those who dont drink soda or alcohol

  10. My tip is to do as much as you can before the day of the party!

  11. Use paper and plasticwear!

  12. ALWAYS start earlier getting things ready, earlier than you think you would need on the day of the party. THen if something goes wrong you have time to deal with it without getting stressed out!

  13. use as many paper products as you can it helps with clean up

  14. Plan way ahead, have others bring food, and use paper/plastic dishes.

  15. Write down everything on a list because you forget and it happens. Ask for help and don’t sweat over small details even not as planned.

  16. Keep it simple…ask for help from other and have fun!

  17. Appoint someone ELSE to take pictures so you can have fun and not feel tied to your camera. Husbands or teenagers make good photographers!

  18. Just for organizational purposes I like to set up stations for certain things,like drinks,desserts,etc.

  19. Do as much as your can ahead of time. Avoid food that has to be done at the last minute, or you won’t have any time to spend with your guests. Relax, and enjoy!

  20. Use disposable plates, glasses, silverware & napkins. Makes life so much easier

  21. Do whatever you can ahead of time! If there are foods that can be prepared in advance(possibly even frozen)–do it!

  22. Have a recycle bin and garbage cans handy wherever your party is (or multiple ones) – it makes cleaning up so much easier when guests have a place to dump their garbage without needing to hunt for it.

  23. have ppl bring a dish…helps cut down on work and stress

  24. Keep it simple!

  25. Label trash vs. recycling bins for cans and plastic water bottles. Always easier to clean up when some of that sorting is already done.

  26. Keep it simple and enjoy yourself

  27. Keep it simple. Now is not the time to experiment with a new dish.

  28. Plan your party early and budget it out

  29. Don’t let it stress you – enjoy the party with everyone else.

  30. Always be willing to accept help from others and if no one volunteers, just ask. Most people want to help but aren’t sure how to.

  31. Enjoy yourself!

  32. I try to do all of my cooking ahead of time instead of waiting till the last minute! I also try to let other people coming to the party bring a side dish or a drink!

  33. do as much as you can ahead of time and get lots of friends and family to help.

  34. It’s so important to be relaxed, so keep all the planning and food very simple. Fresh flowers on a table look so nice! Just keep thinking—simple and easy to do—and you’ll be fine.

  35. Summer parties have relaxed dress code – don’t forget the food is also more relaxed. There is no better time for a potluck – ask the guests to each bring a side dish to go with the typical fare coming off the grill. Relax – don’t over organize what they are bringing. If they all bring pasta salad, then clearly all your guests clearly share an interest.

  36. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. It can be over whelming

  37. Don’t panic! And don’t overdo it. Plan ahead, then have a good time at the party.

  38. Have an area for drinks- so that guests can help themselves. You can greet them meaningfully instead of making numerous trips getting each guest taken care of.

  39. Be organized and have everything labeled so people don’t have to ask what the different foods/drinks are.

  40. If you are having people bring food and you want to make sure you don’t get a bunch of store bought stuff, then offer a fun prize for the best dish. It motivates people to make something great.

  41. I like to set out drink canisters so everyone can help themselves to a cold drink and it’s even easy for kids to use.

  42. Plan, prepare ahead, and enjoy your guests.

  43. Have as much as you can done so you can relax and enjoy visiting

  44. I try to make all of the food the night before so all I have to do is heat it the next day

  45. make a list of everything you need to buy

  46. keep it simple and have someone help you so you arent so stressed

  47. Ask everyone to bring a dish to share!

  48. Get as much food preparation done ahead of time as you can and stick with recipes you know.
    Never try out a new recipe when you are entertaining….too stressful.
    Also, buffet style is the easiest way to serve

  49. Delegate!

  50. Make as many items ahead of time as possible. It helps so much to not be rushed.

  51. funny thing is today is my birthday and i am a icecream maker and always looking for new things to add to home made icecream and this kit would be the toppings for all.

  52. I try to make as much food as I can the day before – so I can focus on decorating and last minute items on the day of the party!

  53. Asking guests to bring a dish is an awesome way to try new & YUMMY things

  54. Prioritize and Pray!

  55. Keep it simple. Spending time with guests is more important than the perfect party.

  56. The helpful party tips I can give is plan ahead, and keep things simple. I tried to prepare things like decoration and some food that can make ahead a day or two before the party. That way, I can relax and join in for fun instead of slaving in the kitchen. 🙂

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

  57. When I have a casual Party, I always ask the Guests to please bring a covered dish, as this is such a huge help.
    There is always a large variety of different foods from which to pick and choose!! 🙂

  58. Try and get all you can done before the party day. Hot days like this have plenty of ice and drinks on hand. Use paper plates and cups when you can. Have a grocery list so you dont forget anything.

  59. I would say you should write down everything you are going to need that way you can check everything off asyou go

  60. Make sure that you buy enough food then don’t stress out if everything isn’t perfect

  61. Do not take on more than you can handle and do not be afraid to ask for help.

  62. I’d also say to have a list, check off as you go and then have as much as possible ready just before the party so all you have to do is set up and cook. Most important, just relax and have a great time. Thanks for this awesome giveaway. I didn’t know Smuckers even had Root Beer and Pink Lemonade flavors.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  63. Pre-dish your ice cream. About an hour or two before your party dish out your ice cream into cupcake holders or little bowl and then put them on a baking sheet and pop them back into the freezer! This saves so much time!

  64. Always have a variety of foods and drinks, people don’t always like the same thing.

  65. Healthy choices for fruits and veggies always seem to go well.

  66. Preparing food ahead of time, would be my tip. A party can become overwhelming the closer it gets to the day. Make it easier on yourself and get any food done ahead of time.

  67. Ask people to bring a dish.

  68. get as much done before the day of the party so you don’t have as much to do.

  69. I just ate Smucker’s Hot Fudge topping last night, so I would be thrilled to get all these fabulous flavors to try!! As for the party, delegate as much of the tasks out as possible and have ice cream already scooped into muffin pans in the freezer for easy serving. Have plenty of toppings to add; and let the party begin!!

  70. LOVE IT!!!

  71. Pray for good weather.. Plan, plan ahead and keep it as simple as you can.

  72. Always make extra food and drinks!!

  73. I would have to say that making whatever you can in advance is a huge time saver for me. The day before I am always chopping and baking so that I can do as little as possible on the day of the party. Something always seems to come up on the party day that would leave me stressed if I still had a bunch to do. My second tip would be to make sure you have lots of ice, especially for a summer party.

  74. Plan ahead and get extra ice!

  75. I keep a board on Pinterest with party ideas. I pin ideas for themes, free printables, and food suggestions. Anytime I want to have a party, I have, at my fingertips, a whole assortment of ideas! – Karen

  76. I’d everts much done ahead of time as possible. Make sure you have plenty of food….

  77. get as much as you can done ahead of time!

  78. Nothing will go exactly right so don’t get mad when something does. Just go with the flow and have a couple back ups ready.

  79. Prep as much as you can in advance so you can enjoy your party too!

  80. Start planning way a head of time and write your ideas down as they come to you.

  81. Make lists of what you are planning to serve, what you need to buy, and what can be made ahead, so you will not be so stressed

  82. My best tip is to go potluck style, that way the host can have more fun with the party guests (& if a guest has a dietary issue they still can enjoy).

  83. keep it simple and do as much as you can ahead of time.

  84. Plan ahead. Make list of what you will need. And in my case always ask the Mother-in-Law for advice.

  85. I plan ahead as much as I can!

  86. have your cleaning service over the day after!

  87. prep as much as you can before hand and have extras of everything

  88. If someone offers to help – let them! They’ll feel useful & you’ll be able to get to enjoying your guests faster.

  89. I think that the best tip would be not to try to do everything on the same day of the party. Several days before start by picking out your table linens and diishs. Then on each day after do another item till there is only a couple of things to do the day of.

  90. Accept whatever help is offered when planning a party!

  91. Make sure you have purchased everything you need, so there are no last minute trips to the store.

  92. Just have fun

  93. Prepare as much as you can ahead of time.

  94. Always have extra food and drinks. You never know how many more people might show up

  95. make hand written lists that you can actually check off when you get stuff

  96. My tip is to go to the Dollar Store for a wide variety of plates/cups and decorations including helium baloons

  97. Plan ahead and prepare as much as possible in advance.

  98. Always have variety of snacks kids love

  99. My best tip is to not stress over your party. It’s supposed to be fun and the people you invite usually don’t riot if your party doesn’t seem magazine quality to you.

  100. I like to plan ahead and make ahead as much as possible

  101. Simple is sometimes better. Do not stress over the little things. not everything has to be perfect, most people will not notice the little details if they are not perfect. thanks

  102. KISS
    Keep It Simple Stupid!

  103. My most helpful tip is to do as much prep in advance as possible.

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  104. oh man that hot chocolate sounds so good on ice cream! Kind of like the frozen hot chocolate at Holiday World!!

  105. most helpful party planning tip, make a list of everything you need to do, break it down by the time frame you need to get it done, and have a drink of wine… will all be good!

  106. Prep as much as you can for the party. Take friends and family up on their offers to help. Make a list for the week of the party that breaks down everything you need for the party in 1 week. Cleaning, shopping, cooking, decorating, etc. Doing a little each day helps keep things from being overwhelming,

  107. Prepare as much as you can ahead of time and try enjoy your party. It will go by fast and your family/friends are looking forward to spending time with you.

  108. icecream is the best with the extra toppings ////////////free

  109. Don’t try to do everything yourself. In our group – we all bring something – food, drinks, ice, whatever – so the burden isn’t on one person to provide and cook everything. We’ve been doing that for years and we always have a lot of fun.

  110. My best tip is to plan for things that can be done in advance, and do as much as possible prior to party day! That way, your can actually enjoy the day and not feel completely stressed about everything that needs to be done.

  111. Don’t try to do it all by yourself. Get help!

  112. My best party tip is to go potluck! Plan a main dish, and then ask everyone to bring something small. You can’t beat the spread you end up with, and the amount of time, money and stress you save!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  113. I would say have guests each bring a dish. I think this saves a ton of time and cuts stress.

  114. Do as much as you can in advance and relax and don’t stress to much.

  115. Oh for sure the planning part! Plan way ahead….I love to use Pinterest to get lots of ideas!

  116. Make as much as can ahead of time.

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