Fresh blueberries and warm shortcakes; does it really get any better than that? Maybe with a fat scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. All you need is a sheet pan and a little elbow grease to put this crowd-pleasing cobbler together.
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Named for the region of Illinois where Jeni first enountered them, these fritters from Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream Desserts are filled with corn, deep-fried, and dredged in powdered sugar. They're airy and oily, with crisp little bits of sweet corn.
Behold, a totally vegan, totally delicious vanilla ice cream, courtesy of Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream Desserts. The secret? Pulverized cashews and coconut oil for fatty richness, and tapioca starch for thickness. Try it today.
In this recipe from Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream Desserts, a super-sweet custard is stirred into a white whiskey-flavored ice cream base and beefed up with salty, toasted pecans.
The flavors here are so complementary and play off each other perfectly: the salt and caramelized sugar in the ice cream, the warm honey and Vin Santo sauce—delicious
This dessert is versatile. With sweet potato ice cream, it takes on a Thanksgiving personality. With dark chocolate, coconut, banana, or lemon ice cream, it feels like dessert à la Route 66: chocolate silk, coconut cream, banana cream, or lemon meringue pies. With Roasted Strawberry & Buttermilk Ice Cream, made with the addition of a teaspoon of rose water or a drop of essential oil, if you like, it becomes an elegant spring offering.
Jasmine-scented green tea infuses cream with the heady aroma of jasmine and the tannic, mouth gripping attributes of green tea. It is a very refreshing flavor for summer, and a makes a beautiful dessert all on its own in a pretty bowl, or as an accompaniment to a fresh apricot or cherry crisp.
These sandwiches are like the classic oatmeal cream pie, but ramped up with chewy homemade oatmeal-molasses cookies and vanilla ice cream.
This ambrosial sundae is eagerly anticipated each summer at our shops. We usually use tawny port, but it works well with almost any wine or spirit. You can add roughly chopped peaches, apricots, or plums, or substitute them for the berries.