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We LOVE ice cream! Well…I do. Buckaroo is more of a popsicle guy. But for me, there isn’t a better dish to enjoy in the summer (or anytime),than ice cream. It is part of all of our gatherings and celebrations in the summer. I personally like to sneak off after a long day and hide in my room and enjoy a bowl while the kids call me…and call me…and call me. Don’t judge me. I have to get my “me” time” in however I can.
Sometimes I’m nice and share. We even make ice cream sandwiches or sundaes as a family. Nothing brings people together like food. I went to Walmart to pick up my usual household goods and stopped by a demo to try some Blue Bunny ice cream. Am I the only one completely side tracked by tasty samples and demos at the store? In case I’m in good company, I have great news! Check your local Walmart this week and you can taste some yummy Blue Bunny ice cream. I’m a fan of their good ol’ Vanilla Bean but they have many other flavors. It’s nice and creamy, and only includes ingredients that I can pronounce, which is my main concern when I buy food for my family. So check the Blue Bunny and peaches demo out July 16-19th at Walmart. You can check here to see what stores near you are participating.
While you’re there you can pick up everything you need to make this super simple recipe that my family loved! Initially, my thought to use mixed fruits like berries, but peaches are in season and the selection looked so good! A napoleon is basically a stacked dessert using puff pastry, usually made with some type of pastry cream. We’re going to make it magical and use Blue Bunny ice cream instead.
First let your puff pastry thaw out according to the package instructions. Roll it out onto a prepared baking sheet and bake for 15 min. I cut mine into squares for “stackability.”
Slice peaches very thinly.
Let puff pastry cool. Then cut each in half.
Layer Blue Bunny ice cream and peaches inside, layer again and top with nuts, or caramel!
What’s your favorite summer dessert?