Popular Ice Cream Recipes

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.

Greek Frozen Yogurt

For more protein and way fewer preservatives than boxed ice cream, blend up a batch of homemade Greek frozen yogurt. This dessert is simple to customize with your favorite mix-ins!

From Diabetic Living

Greek Frozen Yogurt

Tropical Panna Cotta Parfaits

The key ingredient to transform whole milk and low-fat buttermilk into panna cotta: gelatin. This fruity dessert looks ¿¿¿¿¿ restaurant-worthy, but is a cinch to make.

From Fitness

Tropical Panna Cotta Parfaits

How to Make Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream

Once you see how easy it is to make your own homemade ice cream you won't be buying store-bought ice cream any time soon.

How to Make Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream

Root Beer Float Ice Cream Sandwiches

Tossing crushed root beer barrel candies into sugar cookie dough adds irresistible sparkle and spot-on float flavor. Sandwich a scoop of vanilla ice cream inside two cooled cookies for the full ice cream parlor experience.

From Midwest Living

Root Beer Float Ice Cream Sandwiches

Banana Split Ice Cream Torte

Several ice cream parlor classics merge in this frozen pie. A crust of crushed sugar cones holds chocolate ice cream studded with banana and strawberry ice cream bejewled with pineapple.

From Midwest Living

Banana Split Ice Cream Torte

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Sundaes

In need of a fast yet festive dessert? Warm pineapple in butter and brown sugar, then spoon the softened fruit over crumbled pound cake and dulce de leche ice cream.

From Midwest Living

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Sundaes

Fresh-Fruit Ice Cream Sodas

Toss those artificial syrups! Puree berries, peaches or mangoes for a fresh and additive-free beverage-starter. Feel free to skip the ice cream to make a refreshing fruit soda.

From Midwest Living

Fresh-Fruit Ice Cream Sodas

German Chocolate Sundae

Think of this as a frozen version of one of our all-time most popular cake recipes—no oven required! Try chocolate Greek yogurt for a breakfast-friendly version.

From Diabetic Living

German Chocolate Sundae

Silky Chocolate Milkshakes

Equal parts light ice cream and tofu, the base of this chocolate smoothie is decadent and diet-friendly at the same time. For different flavor variations, mix in some berries or espresso powder.

From Diabetic Living

Silky Chocolate Milkshakes

Banana Berry Sorbet

You don't need an ice cream maker to blend up this refreshing Banana Berry Sorbet. Just blend up the ingredients, freeze into ice cubes, then blend again for a nutritious, fruit-filled dessert.

From Parents

Banana Berry Sorbet

Coconut-Almond Frozen Greek Yogurt with Hot Chocolate Drizzle

Homemade frozen Greek yogurt has way more protein and way fewer additives than boxed ice cream. Freeze a batch for dessert and go wild with the toppings!

From Diabetic Living

Coconut-Almond Frozen Greek Yogurt with Hot Chocolate Drizzle

Brownie-Walnut Pie

From Better Homes and Gardens

Brownie-Walnut Pie

Profiteroles

From Family Circle

Profiteroles

Vanilla Cake Batter Ice Cream

This easy dessert recipe uses a white cake mix to make homemade ice cream.

From Midwest Living

Vanilla Cake Batter Ice Cream

Tangy Cherry-Tea Sorbet

From Midwest Living

Tangy Cherry-Tea Sorbet

Black-Raspberry-Chip Gelato

From Midwest Living

Black-Raspberry-Chip Gelato

Blueberry Ice Cream Pie

From the crust up, this amazing blueberry pie is like nothing you've tasted before. Sweet almonds, tangy cr¿me fraiche, and bright lemon zest all lend their signature notes. When buying blueberries, choose those that are firm, uniform in size and indigo blue with a silvery frost; discard any berries that are moldy or shriveled.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Blueberry Ice Cream Pie

Browned Butter and Oatmeal Crisps

If you're looking for a light yet scrumptious treat, these browned butter and oatmeal crisps are meant for you. A mixture of flour, baking powder, and whipping cream creates the melt-in-your-mouth flaky texture.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Browned Butter and Oatmeal Crisps

Orange Ice Cream Cups

Assemble these easy make-ahead desserts for a playful treat. Carve your "cups" around snack time to avoid wasting the oranges.

From Parents

Orange Ice Cream Cups

Pumpkin Pie Nog

A serving of this autumn-perfect drink is like pumpkin pie in a glass.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Pumpkin Pie Nog

Vanilla Cream

This versatile creamy topping blends the nutritional virtues and creamy texture of drained nonfat yogurt with the luxury of a little whipped cream. Use it in place of full-fat whipped cream or dessert topping. If you like, you can make variations by using different flavors of yogurt or even whisking in a bit of cocoa powder.

From EatingWell

Vanilla Cream

Caramelized Bananas

The bananas have to get in and out of the pan in 1 1/2 minutes, no longer, so they stay firm in the center. If you are cooking for 4, you can easily double the recipe; it is important not to crowd the skillet, so get everything ready to go and make it in 2 batches.

From EatingWell

Caramelized Bananas

Fruit-Filled Crepes

This dessert or special brunch dish is great for entertaining because it can be made in advance and popped in the oven just before serving. Strawberry-rhubarb filling is a lovely salute to the season and is also delicious as a topping for ice cream.

From EatingWell

Fruit-Filled Crepes

Frozen Horchata

A summery take on a popular Spanish and Mexican rice-based drink.

From EatingWell

Frozen Horchata

Double-Chocolate Malted Shake

A healthy version of the malt shop favorite.

From EatingWell

Double-Chocolate Malted Shake

Chocolate Malt Ice Cream Sandwiches

Nothing conjures up childhood nostalgia like these frozen sandwiches - but forget the jangling bells on the ice cream truck and make your own for an even better treat. The ice cream needs to be firm enough to hold its shape before making the sandwiches. If it's too soft, let it chill in the freezer before assembling, but if it's too hard, let it sit out for a few minutes first.

From EatingWell

Chocolate Malt Ice Cream Sandwiches

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