03_CAPPUCINO-3-copy-1024x682Sometimes, it’s perfectly fine to play with your food. We do it here at LaLoo’s, and here’s why: Food should be fun!

Because LaLoo’s is made from fresh, delicious goat’s milk, the next time you want to combine a little snack time with arts and crafts, try making a tasty little goat friend out of ice cream to share.

Start with your favorite flavor of LaLoo’s. Capraccino, Vanilla Snowflake and Deep Chocolate work best, since they’re the same colors as goats. But a green goat made of Rumplemint can be fun too!

Here’s what else you’ll need:

2 sugar cones
1 fruit rollup (cut in half to create two rectangles, then cut in half again to make two squares, then cut diagonally to create two triangles)
M&Ms for eyes
Black licorice for a nose
Whipped cream for some scruff

One goat feeds 2-3 kiddos.

The first step is to chill a plate in the freezer (plastic works great for this). Place three scoops of LaLoo’s (one a bit smaller than the other two) in the freezer, as well. Once the ice cream has hardened, you can start to put the goat together!

The smaller scoop of ice cream will create the snout, and the two larger scoops will make up the rest of the face and head. Press the three of them gently together onto the plate, and create ears by curving the fruit rollup triangles and inserting each into the ice cream with a point straight up like an ear. Then add the cones between the ears for horns, M&Ms for eyes, black licorice as a nose and top with whipped cream at the chin and around the horns and ears as some of the goat’s scruff.

Now don’t forget to give him a name and snap a quick photo before he melts! Enjoy with a few friends and some spoons!

Sometimes, it’s perfectly fine to play with your food. We do it here at LaLoo’s, and here’s why: Food should be fun!

Because LaLoo’s is made from fresh, delicious goat’s milk, the next time you want to combine a little snack time with arts and crafts, try making a tasty little goat friend out of ice cream to share.

Start with your favorite flavor of LaLoo’s. Capraccino, Vanilla Snowflake and Deep Chocolate work best, since they’re the same colors as goats. But a green goat made of Rumplemint can be fun too!

Here’s what else you’ll need:

2 sugar cones
1 fruit rollup (cut in half to create two rectangles, then cut in half again to make two squares, then cut diagonally to create two triangles)
M&Ms for eyes
Black licorice for a nose
Whipped cream for some scruff

One goat feeds 2-3 kiddos.

The first step is to chill a plate in the freezer (plastic works great for this). Place three scoops of LaLoo’s (one a bit smaller than the other two) in the freezer, as well. Once the ice cream has hardened, you can start to put the goat together!

The smaller scoop of ice cream will create the snout, and the two larger scoops will make up the rest of the face and head. Press the three of them gently together onto the plate, and create ears by curving the fruit rollup triangles and inserting each into the ice cream with a point straight up like an ear. Then add the cones between the ears for horns, M&Ms for eyes, black licorice as a nose and top with whipped cream at the chin and around the horns and ears as some of the goat’s scruff.

Now don’t forget to give him a name and snap a quick photo before he melts! Enjoy with a few friends and some spoons!