Italian ice is a frozen dessert, made like ice cream from either a concentrated syrup or fruit purees. Italian ice is fun to make, and it's a perfect, light, and healthy end to any meal.See Popular Italian Ices Recipes
Watermelon is a great source of vitamin C. Here, Marisa Churchill turns it into a fat-free granita, which she drizzles with a fragrant cardamom syrup.
Granita, (grah-nee-TAH),Italian for ice, perfectly describes this refreshingly fruity drink. Make and freeze the well-chilled scoopable beverage, with or without the alcohol, to serve to a group.
Granitas are intensely fruit-flavored ices. Served alone, they're zippy, light, and refreshing. Topped with lemon cream, they make a fabulous easy-to-prepare dessert with less than five ingredients.
This easy frozen dessert is perfect for a hot summer day.
Just three ingredients make this warm-weather sherbet-like dessert.
Cocoa powder, coffee, and almond extract flavor this low-fat, low-calorie frozen dessert recipe. Serve it to finish brunch or dinner or as a refreshing snack.
Italian ices are typically served with mounds of whipped cream. If you like, serve this version with a low-calorie dessert topping.
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Just three ingredients--berries, yogurt, and honey--make this low-calorie ice dessert.
Spoon this easy, fewer than five ingredients, frozen dessert recipe or make it a cold beverage by pouring club soda or sparkling water over a scoop in a glass.
This low-fat refreshing treat is perfect on a warm, sunny day. Make it ahead so it can be ready in a snap.
Long summers call for cool icy dessert like this refreshing shaved Italian ice.