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No-Churn Lime Ice Cream Pie (No Ice Cream Maker Required!)

Sweets Max Falkowitz 2 comments

We have an excellent key lime pie on this site, and a super-easy, sweet and salty icebox lime pie for those pressed for time. This pie is a hybrid of both: a real graham cracker crust filled with sweet-tart condensed milk-flavored custard, but even easier, cooler, and more refreshing than your standard pie. More

Do I Need to Use Eggs in Ice Cream (and How Many?)

Sweets Max Falkowitz 42 comments

Why does one recipe for ice cream melt fast and loose, while another stays cool and scoopable after resting on the counter for 15 minutes? Why are some ice creams so dense and rich that you almost have to chew them? And why do some ice creams taste full-bodied and almost warm while others are dead-ringers for frozen cream The answer, at least a partial one: eggs. More

Scooped: The Most Lemony Lemon Ice Cream

Sweets Max Falkowitz 3 comments

If you've only ever had lemon sorbet, give lemon ice cream a chance. Sweet and tart, light and creamy, more than a little like lemon meringue pie, it's a beautiful expression of citrus with greater substance than a watery sorbet. More

Lemon Ice Cream

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 6 comments

Sweet and tart, light and creamy, more than a little like lemon meringue pie. If you've only ever had lemon sorbet, give lemon ice cream a chance. More

Use Liquid Sugars Like Corn Syrup for Smoother, Less Icy Sorbet

Sweets Max Falkowitz 41 comments

When recipe writers call for corn syrup, they do so with good reason. Here's your primer on what corn syrup is used for in ice cream and sorbet, and how it can make your homemade scoops even better. More

Scooped: Roasted Apricot and Almond Ice Cream

Sweets Max Falkowitz 8 comments

The perfect thing to do with less than perfect apricots. The ice cream gets a double dose of almonds: some chopped up into the final scoop, but also some steeped into cream, which adds a deep, nutty flavor to the base. More

Roasted Apricot and Almond Ice Cream

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 1 comment

The perfect thing to do with less than perfect apricots. The ice cream gets a double dose of almonds: some chopped up into the final scoop, but also some steeped into cream, which adds a deep, nutty flavor to the base. More

Scooped: Horchata Ice Cream

Sweets Max Falkowitz 6 comments

The Mexican beverage in ice cream form. Refreshing, comforting, creamy—serve this to end your summer taco night or to top that pineapple you just took off the grill. More

Horchata Ice Cream

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 1 comment

The Mexican beverage in ice cream form is refreshing, comforting, and especially creamy. More

Scooped: Mango Lassi Frozen Yogurt

Sweets Max Falkowitz 2 comments

Next to masala chai, there's no greater beverage ambassador to India than a mango lassi. And while it's not my favorite lassi variation out there, I can't deny that it's a pretty smart thing to do with mangoes and yogurt. It's also a good basis for getting more frozen yogurt into your life. More

Mango Lassi Frozen Yogurt

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 3 comments

A creamy, tangy fro-yo rich with mango sweetness and lime. More

Scooped: Root Beer Sherbet

Sweets Max Falkowitz 6 comments

So what if you could take the best qualities of a root beer float—its deep root beer flavor, its mellow notes of cream and vanilla, and its subtle effervescence—and make it into a scoopable dessert all on its own? One that's everything good about a root beer float with none of the downsides? Enter root beer sherbet. More

Root Beer Sherbet

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 13 comments

Root beer plus vanilla ice cream all in one scoop. More

Scooped: Buttered Popcorn Ice Cream

Sweets Max Falkowitz 4 comments

Movie theater buttered popcorn fans, buttered popcorn jelly bean enthusiasts—you know who you are. This ice cream is for you. More

Buttered Popcorn Ice Cream

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 10 comments

Sweet and salty, rich and buttery, fragrant with freshly popped popcorn—this ice cream is an easy choice for movie night. More

The Easiest Way to Make Vanilla Ice Cream at Home

Sweets Max Falkowitz 32 comments

As far as desserts go, ice cream's incredibly easy to make. To prove it, I've laid out what I think is the easiest way to make vanilla ice cream* at home, step by step, ingredient by ingredient. You'll need less than 30 minutes of active prep time, a few hours to an overnight wait, and half an hour of effortless churn time. And that's it: start this recipe in the morning and you can have fresh ice cream for dessert that night. More

Scooped: Ginger Green Tea Ice Cream

Sweets Max Falkowitz 4 comments

This is as loaded as green tea ice cream gets. That doesn't mean it's inedibly bitter, though—just that it's giving green tea its due: grassy and robust, but with sweet vanilla undertones. More

Ginger Green Tea Ice Cream

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Bittersweet matcha pairs beautifully with the crisp, refreshing heat of ginger. More

So You Want to Make Ice Cream for 100 People?

Sweets Max Falkowitz 19 comments

Last weekend, two of my dearest friends got married. And because I love them very much and don't think before I speak, I offered to make ice cream for their reception. For 110 people. Should you too decide to share your love of homemade ice cream with 100 of your closest friends, it's not too hard once you plan out all the steps. To help you on along the way, here are some tips on making ice cream for a crowd. More

Scooped: Banana Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwiches

Sweets Max Falkowitz 4 comments

I became obsessed with combining peanut butter and bananas. Enter the banana peanut butter ice cream sandwich: banana ice cream smooshed between soft but rich peanut butter and oat cookies. More

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