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Watch: How to make SuzelleDIY’s ice cream party treats [video]

SuzelleDIY is back with an ice cream truck and with another helpful (and yummy!) bit of DIY.

Watch: How to make SuzelleDIY’

Photo: YouTube/SuzelleDIY

If you fancy an ice cream party treat, SuzelleDIY has got you covered.

South Africa’s favorite DIY-specialist released a new web-episode with details on how to make DIY ice cream party treats.

Suzelle and her best friend, Marianne, go on to make some sprinkled party cones, sprinkled bark and ‘delicious’ and edible balloon chocolate bowls.

Together with the episode, Suzelle said:

“Oh gosh! Is it almost your birthday and you’ve ran out of clever, creative ideas for stunning DIY party treats to make? That is why this episode is DIY Ice Cream Party Treats!

“In this episode I show you how to make the most delicious, crowd-pleasing ice cream party treats using the new Country Fresh Pirates & Mermaids Ice Cream! What do you think of my gorgeous ice cream truck, guys? Which party treat are you most excited to try?”

Watch: How to make SuzelleDIY’s ice cream party treats

What you will need:

  • Scoops of Ice Cream
  • Sugar Cones
  • Melted white chocolate
  • Colorful Sprinkles
  • Hair Iron
  • Balloons
  • Pink Food Colouring
  • Mini smarties
  • Wafer Cookies
  • Choc chip cookies
  • And a cookie cutte

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About Suzelle:

Until now, Suzelle has done over 100 videos on her web-series and has also written three books.

Recently she teamed up with Comedy Central to host Most Ridiculous with a bunch of other guest celebrities like Kurt Darren, Danny K, Amor Vittone, Riaan Cruywagen and more. Suzelle basically narrates some of the funniest video clips found on the internet for the series’ third season.

Dillon Khan, vice president of Comedy Central Africa and Creative Services at Viacom International Media Networks Africa told City Buzz that Comedy Central was committed to supporting and creating local content.

“While the videos that will feature on Most Ridiculous will not be local, we wanted to weave a local thread into the format of the show. And what better way to do that than to bring on South Africa’s YouTube extraordinaire SuzelleDIY as the host, as well as have some of South Africa’s most loved and revered celebrities co-host the show with her?” Khan said.

The show airs on Comedy Central on Mondays at 21:30 on DStv channel 122.