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You might wonder why somebody would make something like this in the middle of summer. The reason is that my boyfriend and I are obsessed with Halloween and we start to prepare early every year. My favourite part is testing different recipes for the perfect Halloween dinner. Furthermore what better time to tryout a refreshing dessert than during the summer heat?
So whether you are just looking for a fun looking, easy to make sour ice cream or a dessert for your Halloween dinner, this recipe might be perfect for you.
I 3D printed the Barrel, but there obviously are other ways to make it. For example you can simply use a “Toxic Waste Hazardously Sour Candy Barrel” or even better your pottery skills. There are also readily available products, e.g. here, here or here.
If you would like to add labels you will also need some weather proof label sheets and some sealer.
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