Recipe Roundup: Frozen Desserts

Cook, Dessert, Recipe Roundup


When it’s hot out, nothing is more refreshing (or better tasting!) than a scoop (or two) of homemade ice cream or icy sorbet. We also love making ice pops (and kids do too!). Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite recipes guaranteed to cool you down in the summer heat.


Classic Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
The quintessential summer treat made with vanilla beans that have been steeped in custard to release their maximum flavor.
Fresh Peach Ice Cream
The essence of summer in a bowl. Use farm-fresh, ripe peaches to create this creamy treat.
Dulche de Leche Ice Cream
This heavenly ice cream is made by slowly reducing fresh milk and sugar until the mixture thickens into a luscious caramel.
Dark Chocolate Gelato
An extra rich and creamy dessert with the intense flavor of deep, dark chocolate.
Plum Sorbet
This pretty, sweet dessert is a lighter dessert and features the bright taste of fresh plums.
Mango and Pineapple Sorbet
Bold tropical flavors shine in this light, refreshing dessert.
Strawberry-Blackberry Sorbet
With a gorgeous berry hue and a sweet yet slightly tart flavor, this sorbet is the perfect end to a midsummer meal.
Honeydew-Lime Ice Pops
Delightfully refreshing and fun to make—freeze in ice pop molds, or small paper cups with sticks.
Frozen Fruit-and-Yogurt Pops
You can mix and match your favorite flavors to create these cooling pops. Here, we use strawberry yogurt plus orange and raspberry juices.


7 comments about “Recipe Roundup: Frozen Desserts

  1. Rachel (Teacher-Chef)

    What a great round-up of some delicious summer treats! I don’t post as many of my pop recipes as I should, this inspires me to do so AND to fire up my new ice cream machine!

  2. RoxieAnn Harvey

    Do you sell the stainless pans the ice cream is pictured in? I can’t seem to find them on your site.

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