Written by Liz
Ice cream is my favorite summertime dessert, and lately I’ve been trying many different ways of making it. Here I give you five delicious ways to eat ice cream from our kitchens. Have National Ice Cream Day!
Vanilla ice cream blended with fresh mint and sandwiched between two chocolate mini brownie bites shown above…who can resist?
Ingredients for 20 sandwiches:
- 1 package (16 ounces) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Refrigerated Mini Brownie Bites Bar Dough, prepared according to package directions
- 1 1/4 cups Vanilla DREYER’S or EDY’S SLOW CHURNED Light Ice Cream, softened
- 2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint
STIR together ice cream and mint in large bowl; freeze for 1 hour or until almost firm.
TO ASSEMBLE: Sandwich 1 tablespoon prepared ice cream between 2 brownie bites; serve immediately.
NOTE: If ice cream is frozen for longer than 1 hour, let soften slightly before assembling sandwiches. Prepared sandwiches can be wrapped tightly and stored frozen for up to one week.
These ice cream cookie cup delights are the perfect combination of ice cream and cookies, sure to satisy any dessert craving. A chocolate chip cookie cup, covered with rich fudge sauce and nuts, is filled with your choice of ice cream and decorated with Toppers. This is one dessert that is sure to impress!
Science never tasted so good. An outdoor experiment kids will love, this homemade ice cream shown above is sure to be a summertime favorite.
With large, soft, chewy cookie sides, each full of delicious premium toppings ranging from macadamia nuts to peanut butter cups, this fun-to-eat treat is the “ultimate” indulgence for kids and adults alike. It’s perfect for enjoying summer fun in the sun.
The marriage of succulent tropical fruit with creamy ice cream is a dessert match made in heaven! Whether you choose tamarillo, passion fruit, mango, coconut, or Andean blackberries to flavor your ice cream, you will be delighted with the results, shown above. If you are not familiar with tamarillo (or tree tomato), be sure to try it in this recipe. As a native fruit, it makes a truly authentic Bolivian dessert. And its sweet-tart flavor is especially refreshing. You can find a wide variety of frozen fruit pulps, including tamarillo, at Latin American grocery stores.
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Black Bottom Mocha Ice Cream Pie
Ice Cream & Candy Bar Pie