Keep your cool in the kitchen with these frozen treats — from ice cream to ice pops.
What could possibly beat a frozen treat on a hot day? There’s nothing like the combination of cool, melty and sweet when the sun is out in full force.
When you’re looking to whip something up for a special occasion or just, you know, because it’s summertime, these frozen dessert recipes — from ice cream to ice pops — have got you covered. So, don’t turn on the oven but do make room in the freezer. Your kitchen just became the coolest spot in the house.
Ice cream is always a treat, but it tastes even better when you make it yourself. This creamy, dreamy, no-churn ice cream comes together in just 10 minutes. The hardest part is simply waiting for it to chill.
Jeni’s Splendid is one of President Biden’s favorite ice cream brands, and its founder Jeni Britton Bauer dishes up her secrets to create the ultimate vanilla ice cream. This creamy concoction made with real vanilla bean is simple to make but it’s no plain Jane.
Ice cream … for breakfast?! Yes, you can eat it anytime, especially if you make a healthy vegan version. Top it with your favorite fruit, nuts, seeds or granola.
Turning these tasty brownies into ice cream sandwiches is so perfect because the chewiness is so, so delicious with the ice cream and a great treat for special occasions. Plus, it’s easy enough to make with the kids.
Chocolate and peanut butter are the perfect pair. The dynamic duo is, hands down, Joy Bauer’s my favorite combo. Naturally, the nutrition expert turned the flavors into a frozen sandwich format — and it’s dairy-free!
These gorgeous ice cream sandwiches, Aarti Sequeira’s sweet ode to Bedouin culture, are rich with cardamom-scented coffee, dates and pistachios swirled into a creamy, slightly crunchy confection.
Ice cream sandwiches are great, but when you dip them in chocolate and roll them through toppings, it takes it to another level. Despite how casual these vegan treats might seem, they look quite sleek and trendy lined up on a nice platter, making them work nicely for a special occasion.
It’s a carnival in your kitchen! Try this sweet ice cream sandwich, featuring nostalgic summertime dishes like funnel cake.
The ingenious thing about this recipe (beside it being a mashup of two childhood favorites) is that the Rice Krispies treats mimic the texture of waffle cones. Be sure to use premium quality ice cream because it’s churned with less air which makes it melt more slowly.
These patriotic popsicles are as festive as the store-bought kind but are made with real fruit so you know that you (or your kids) are eating the good stuff. Each layer only has two or three ingredients.
This article was sourced from TODAY.