Homemade ice cream is special, as is hanging out with friends and family while making it. Choose an ice-cream recipe here and then settle in for a lazy afternoon with friends and family.See Popular Ice Cream Recipes
Bring back fond childhood memories with this peanut butter and jelly ice cream topped with crunchy candied peanuts.
Your favorite ice cream is made into a dessert bar by adding a crunchy crust and crispy cereal topper.
Nothing could be easier than this ice cream treat--freeze it ahead for your next casual get-together with friends.
This tasty and refreshing dessert features Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Sheets layered in a loaf pan with both lemon sherbet and raspberry sherbet, then frozen, sliced and drizzled with fresh raspberry sauce.
This five-ingredient frozen dessert almost couldn't be easier to make. Master this no-sweat Mint Chip Ice Cream before summer gets into full swing!
You've got cookies. You've got ice cream. You put them together?
Five ingredients and no cooked-custard base: Homemade ice cream doesnt get any easier!
Cool off with this delightful dessert that's just made for a warm summer evening.
This easy-to-make and delicious dessert features a cookie-crumb crust filled with softened ice cream topped with hot fudge and whipped cream. It's make ahead, so it's great for family dinners and guests alike.
Try this decadent recipe for Rocky Road Ice Cream, with plenty of chocolate, nuts, and marshmallows, for a special homemade dessert.
Bust out those ice cream makers and celebrate the changing of the seasons with one (or all!) of these perfect-for-fall flavors.
Becoming lactose intolerant in my old age has meant giving up a lot of things, but I find I can get used to giving up anything -- except ice cream. San Francisco is home to a burgeoning bunch of specialty ice cream places with weird, fantastic flavors. Humphry Slocombe features "secret breakfast," which is bourbon and cornflakes, and is out of this world.
Yeah, we keep hearing how popular frozen ice pops are this summer. And you'd pretty much have to be crazy to turn down a Dairy Queen Blizzard, an orange creamsicle, or a good old-fashioned ice cream sandwich when the temps start soaring. But a root beer float that's been spiked with alcohol?
When temperatures climb and the daylight hours stretch long into the evening, you can bet the "lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer" are here. And what better way to mark the most relaxing part of the year than to break out the ice cream maker and learn how to make homemade ice cream? Different than store bought varieties, homemade ice cream tends to have a softer consistency. It's also cheaper per serving, allows you the opportunity to use purer ingredients (and leave out preservatives or other additives) and offers great potential for experimenting with flavors and add-ins.
We blended classic s'more flavors in one ridiculously decadent milk shake. The recipe offers several ingredient variations, such as peanut butter, malted milk powder or cinnamon graham crackers, so it's easy to adapt the shake to your flavor preference.
This exceptionally creamy ice cream relies on two unexpected ingredients: corn starch (to help thicken it) and cream cheese (to make it scoopable).