Even at the best ice cream shops, strawberry ice cream is usually the iciest flavor of the lot, and it often doesn't taste anything like fresh, sweet strawberries. This ice cream nails that fresh berry flavor without compromising on a rich, creamy texture.
Ice Cream And Frozen Treats
Moist buttermilk red velvet cupcakes are filled with the whitest ice cream you can find (such as coconut or vanilla). Rings of white- and blue-tinted cream cheese frosting are piped on top to complete the 4th of July theme. Make these cupcakes ahead of time and serve directly from the freezer for a cool treat.
No mint leaves can match the charged blast of a slug of mint extract, but fresh mint ice cream has an unbeatable roundness of flavor you just can't find in a bottle. Add in lacy straciatella swirls that don't turn brittle like regular frozen chocolate for a mint chip ice cream that'll put all the others to bed.
Like your iced coffee dark with just a splash of milk and sugar? This is the ice cream for you. Loads of coffee and a restrained amount of cream make for an eye-opening coffee flavor with a bold, but not overwhelming, amount of bitterness.
If you're a fan of sweet, milky lattes and the Haagen-Dazs style of mild, creamy coffee ice cream, this is the recipe for you. It's rich and buttery with a nice kick of coffee flavor for balance and only a touch of bitterness to keep the sugar in check.
The scoop shop classic gets an upgrade with rich, dark maple syrup and an ice cream that actually tastes like walnuts.
Most butter pecan doesn't taste anything like butter or pecans. This recipe is here to change that.
New England scoop shops are some of the country's best, in part because they tend to specialize in dense, rice ice creams with little added air and a distinct pleasant chewiness. Now you can MacGyver a batch of your own.
An ice cream for the most hardcore chocolate lover: The person who likes their chocolate dark, bittersweet, and fruity.
Dark rum, coconut, and lime are a natural pairing, and the three come together beautifully in this tropical ice cream that's 100% vegan.
No-stir peanut butter adds incredible smoothness and body to this coconut-based ice cream. An extra dose of salt cuts through the sweetness and nutty duo of peanut and coconut.
This mint ice cream is the real thing, made with an abundance of fresh mint leaves for a flavor that's grassy and bright. Mint plus coconut milk are a perfect match.
This delicious fruit mousse is wonderfully light and incredibly easy to make. It just takes five minutes, three ingredients and a food processor. The result will delight even your pickiest guests.
With all the cookie baking going on around the holidays, it was nice to not have to turn on the oven for this over-the-top icebox cake from The Kitchn Cookbook: Recipes, Kitchens & Tips to Inspire Your Cooking, by Sara Kate Gillingham and Faith Durand. Graham crackers are layered with a cream cheesy whipped cream, bananas, chopped peanuts and pecans, and a killer peanut butter caramel sauce.
Philadelphia-style ice cream doesn't have eggs, which means you can make it start-to-finish in just 30 minutes. It'll be the freshest, fluffiest ice cream you'll ever tast.
Some folks take their apple pie with ice cream. Others demand a sharp cheese, like cheddar. How do you make everyone happy? With this ultra-sharp, ultra-cheesy cheddar ice cream.
A lightly-spiked take on the classic Almond Joy candy bar in milkshake form. Toasted coconut flakes and rich coconut cream add tropical flavor, while amaretto liqueur adds sweetness and a little bit of booze.
This extra-thick milkshake has all the flavors of a classic Snickers bar: caramel, chocolate, and peanuts. Unsweetened cocoa powder works to add a punch of chocolate flavor without amping up the sippable dessert's sweetness.
Smooth peanut butter and butter pecan ice cream create layers of nutty flavor in this sweet, salty take on the classic peanut butter cup.
This ice cream pie takes all of the flavors of our favorite Snickers bar and turns them into a chewy, creamy, peanut-y delight. A crisp, chocolate pie crust base stopped with a layer of chewy bittersweet chocolate caramel sauce, followed by a caramelized condensed milk ice cream studded with white chocolate and peanut butter frozen streusel. Finally, a second layer of fudgy caramel sauce on top and a sprinkling of salted peanuts. Now this is what we call a dessert that really satisfies.