Generally speaking, we've never really met a popsicle we didn’t like. But yogurt varieties are extra special because they make the popsicle a viable snack option from morning to night.
The Fourth of July is a great day for having fun in the sun, but you've also gotta keep cool. And these ice cream-cupcake treats make it so easy to do. The best part? You can make 'em well ahead of time, so you can spend the day-of enjoying time with friends and fam.
They look like ice cream, but taste like cake — could anything be better? These sweet desserts have buttercream piled high onto a cake base hidden inside that crunchy wafer cone. So yeah, this is a treat the whole fam will adore.
We'll say it: A chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwich is probably the most wonderful indulgence of the summer. Or winter. Or whenever — there's really no bad time for these. And this recipe lets you mix and match flavors to create ice cream sandwiches that are even better than the ones you remember eating as a kid.
Joshua John Russell loves cake so much he doesn't like to waste even the crumbs. But instead of turning leftover slices into cake pops, he makes a genius move and uses them for ice cream sandwiches!
You've spent all day making a drop-dead gorgeous dessert for your dinner party. If your friends don't spend at least two minutes Gramming that thing, you'll be bummed.
Once upon a time, milkshakes were a simple milk-and-ice cream affair. But ever since Instagram, the game has changed. Today's super shakes are more like an excuse to pile every delicious treat you can think of in a great big glass. And we're fine with that.
We call this a little mango magic: break out five simple ingredients and your food processor, and make your own frozen yogurt. (Yep, you don't even need an ice cream machine.) This treat's so easy the kids can do most of the work — just help them with the chopping and they'll be on their way.
Summer ice cream cravings are real, and they've been known to hit in the spring, fall and winter too. The good news is that you don't need an ice cream maker for at-home sweet tooth attacks. We turned to cooking pro Nicki Sizemore' s online class Quick & Delicious: Make the Most of Your Blender for this killer recipe that's just four ingredients and takes five minutes (plus a couple hours of freezing).