'Tis the season for all things peppermint and I am HERE FOR IT! If you're a kid at heart like me, you know that it's never too cold for ice cream, so these homemade peppermint Christmas cookie ice cream sandwiches are the perfect way to celebrate the season. Made with homemade chocolate peppermint sugar cookies cut into scalloped circles, you can use ANY ice cream flavor for the filling and roll the finished ice cream sandwiches in crushed peppermint. Try them with traditional vanilla or cookies & cream ice cream for delicious combos!
I've waited all year for peaches to come back in season, and now I'm soaking up every possible recipe with peaches. As the weather continues to heat up, why not combine my love with peaches with my love ice cream? This no-churn, no-machine peaches & cream ice cream is the perfect combination of the two flavors and is so easy to make with only four ingredients. Plus, it's National Ice Cream month! What better way to celebrate?
Well, it's officially August, and the summer ice cream recipes are still flowing pretty steadily around the web (and on Pinterest). Honestly though, I never give all those recipes a second thought, no matter how delicious they may look, because I don't have that magic thing that I need: an ice cream maker. Luckily though, I have good news on that front...I will most definitely be paying more attention to those ice cream recipes now because it turns out, you can make your own ice cream without a machine. All you need is a tin can. Well, you actually need two tin cans, but I think you catch the drift. Intrigued? Click through to learn the process.
If this doesn't look and taste like summer, I don't know what does! Layers of fruity sorbet and ice cream stack up to create a delicious, seasonal treat.
Cool down in style on a hot summer day or at the next ice cream party, with these kid-friendly (and adult-friendly) ice cream cone wrappers.
If green beer isn't your thing, then maybe green milkshakes are! Every March, McDonald's rolls out the elusive Shamrock Shake. They haven't always been available at every restaurant, so here's a DIY version that might even be better. Read on for the recipe...