Category Archives: Frozen Desserts

Tangerine and Olive Oil Sorbet

Tangerine and Olive Oil Sorbet

Olive oil is a great match for citrus, because it often has zesty notes in it that are similar to the zesty flavors in citrus – although olive oil isn’t quite as sweet as an orange usually is. I like baking with it, and it goes particularly well in recipes where there is already a citrus element, like my Orange Olive Oil Muffins. It can ... Read More »

Maple Syrup Ice Cream

Maple Syrup Ice Cream

If you love maple syrup, you really should make this Maple Syrup Ice Cream. It is ice cream made with pure maple syrup, instead of sugar, and it delivers a lot of maple flavor in a cold, creamy base. Surprisingly, it isn’t too sweet to eat by the scoopful and I often enjoy it that way. It is even better when served alongside a slice ... Read More »

Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream

Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream

This is an ice cream for peanut butter lovers. Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream is a rich peanut butter ice cream that has a swirl of chocolate shavings running through it, delivering a great chocolate-peanut butter flavor with creamy ice cream and a slight crunch from the chocolate. It is addictive – and might be even more addictive than the peanut butter cup candies that ... Read More »

Orange Yogurt Creamsicles

Orange Yogurt Creamsicles

The creamsicles I ate as a kid were orange-flavored popsicles filled with a vanilla ice cream. When you bit into the popsicle, you got a nice blend of orange and cream that is what everyone associates with a creamsicle. These popsicles are ones that I rarely buy these days, but I also rarely make them at home, even though I make other popsicles regularly. They ... Read More »

Chocolate Ricotta Icebox Cake

Chocolate Ricotta Icebox Cake

An icebox cake gets its name from the fact that this is not a cake that is baked, but one that sets up in the refrigerator – a.k.a. the icebox, hence the name. The cakes are usually made with a mousse-like mixture that is stacked with layers of crisp cookies, like chocolate wafer cookies or graham crackers, and left to setup and meld together in ... Read More »

Coffee Almond Fudge Ice Cream

Mocha Almond Fudge Ice Cream

Everyone has a favorite flavor when it comes to ice cream shops. Sometimes it is something simple, like a simple vanilla or cookies n’ cream, and sometimes it is something that you can’t really find anywhere else. Baskin-Robbins’s Jamocha Almond Fudge is one of those flavors that you just don’t find anywhere else. The flavor has been on their menu since 1959 and has been ... Read More »

Bananas Foster

Bananas Foster

Bananas foster is a dessert that was created in 1951 by Paul BlangĂ© at Brennan’s Restaurant in New Orleans, Louisiana, and was named for Richard Foster, a friend of the owner. It is a dish where bananas are cooked in a caramel sauce made with butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and rum, then served over vanilla ice cream. The dish is a hit because of its ... Read More »

Homemade Frozen Greek Yogurt

Homemade Frozen Greek Yogurt

Frozen yogurt has a lot of fans, and recently, ice cream manufactures have started to take notice of this fact. They’re churning out higher quality frozen yogurts that highlight the natural tang of the yogurt alongside other flavors in the dessert. Greek-style yogurt, which is very popular in general, is now also becoming a popular base for frozen yogurts because of its flavor and consistency, ... Read More »

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