8 Cool Ice Cream Snacks for Bible Stories


Teach creative Bible stories with this unforgettable ice cream menu of biblical proportions.


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Red Sea Split

A banana split filled with strawberry topping for those who desire freedom from the slavery of hunger.



Tower of Babel

A towering combination of assorted ice creams covered with with chocolate chips and sprinkles — a multiethnic concoction.



Joseph’s Cone of Many Colors

A cone of rainbow sherbet to refresh people on their way to Egypt.

Noah’s Ark

Two scoops of ice cream stuffed with animal crackers. Add flood of chocolate syrup and top it off with a drop of rainbow sherbet. A child’s “Noah’s Lifeboat” is available with smaller portions.


Samson and Delilah

A luscious scoop of vanilla ice cream shares the dish with a Samson-sized scoop of chocolate ice cream. Covered with a full head of chocolate chip “hair” or coconut shavings.


Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego

Three scoops of ice cream drenched in hot fudge and surrounded by a fiery furnace of red hot candies or peppermints.


The Garden of Eaten

Fruity scoops of ice cream covered fruity toppings — compete it with a gummy snake on the side.


Mount Sinai

A mountain of ice cream topped with wafer “stone tablets.” A child’s “Hill Sinai” is available with smaller portions.



The author Karl Bastian is the Kidologist. Check out his creative ideas at



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