For me the cone is as important as the ice cream. I’ve been making my own ice cream these days so I decided to try my hand at making waffle cones. Homemade Waffle Cones are excellent for holding scoops of your favorite homemade ice cream. Make sure to cook each cone for at least one minute before lifting the lid of the waffle cone maker so that the batter has time to get firm.
If you happen to have any leftover pie you’ll want to make these delicious Apple Pie Sundaes. Warm the pie first so the ice cream melts on top. YUM!
If you’re looking for an easy holiday dessert, then you might want to consider making Mini Affogatos. If you would rather make them mocha flavored then use chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla.
Make this rich and creamy, infused with espresso and chocolate. This ice cream is a dream come true for coffee lovers.
This strawberry milkshake is low fat and filled with fresh ingredients, which makes for a delicious frosty spring & summer treat.
If you know me at all then you know how much I love ice cream. Chock-full of strawberries, this ice cream makes a delightful summer dessert.
Making homemade ice cream takes time, but is so worth it. I like experimenting with different flavors, but making blueberry ice cream is one of my long-standing “go to” flavors. AND you know how much I love ice cream!
Get those ice cream makers out the closet, dust them off and begin making ice cream in time for July 4th. This is such an easy vanilla ice cream recipe. Eat it plain or mix in your favorite whatever. You’ll be the hit of the neighborhood whether you like it or not!
Mascarpone adds a subtly thicker texture to this palate-cleansing ice cream. Flavored simply with lemon juice and zest, it’s at once creamy and refreshing. You will definitely need an ice cream maker for this recipe.