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Peach Bourbon Ice Cream Sandwiches with Lemon Cornbread Cookies {vegan/gf} How can this be the first time I’ve ever made ice cream sandwiches?

Peach Bourbon Ice Cream Sandwiches with Lemon Cornbread Cookies {vegan/gf}

I love cookies. I love ice cream. This makes no sense. I decided it was finally time. It started last week with the lemon cornbread cookies but it took awhile to decide on the ice cream flavor. I wanted to bring out the sweetness and flavor in the peaches even more, so naturally, I grilled them. Upside Down Mini Gelato Cakes. Staying out of the kitchen has been hard, especially since I went berry picking this past weekend with one of my best childhood friends and we ended up with quite the assortment of fresh fruits that appeared (at least to me, anyway) to be begging to be put into a pie or cake of some kind.

Upside Down Mini Gelato Cakes

So I maybe might have baked a cake this morning in my half torn down kitchen. Whoops! It felt good though, the house actually smelled like a home (and by that I mean cake), and I got to have a little zen time away from the dozens of thoughts that are normally buzzing around my brain. Plus I got to eat something sweet at the end of it all, which y'all know how much I enjoy.

But I am not sharing that cake today, not yet anyway. Sweet meets salty meets summery meets miniature with these frozen cutie patooties. Upside Down Mini Gelato Cakes. How To Make Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwiches. Try a non­tra­di­tional approach to dessert this Thanks­giv­ing with these super yummy, easy-to-make Pump­kin Ice Cream Sandwiches!

How To Make Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwiches

Thanks­giv­ing is just around the cor­ner, so that means it’s time to pull out Grandma’s recipe box and old church cook­books and stock up on cans of puréed pump­kin. My fam­ily enjoys pump­kin pie, bars, and bread just as much as the next fam­ily, but my Pin­ter­est boards were full of not-so-typical pump­kin treats: ice cream, pop­si­cles, and cin­na­mon rolls, and I decided it was time to be untraditional. Caramel Apple Shortbread Parfaits. Caramel Apple Shortbread Parfaits The ultimate seasonal parfait.

Caramel Apple Shortbread Parfaits

Layers of homemade whipped cream, tender cinnamon apples, sweet caramel sauce and shortbread cookie crumbs. My apple obsession doesn’t stop with just pies, cookies and bread. Nope. There is always plenty of apple love to go around. Soufflé ghiacciato al cappuccino. Possibile che a me ancora nessuno mi ha chiamato per un'intervista da foodblogger?

Soufflé ghiacciato al cappuccino

Che ne so, per Cucina Top, o per Cucina con noi, o anche Cucina tu, che io ti guardo. Insomma una rivista a caso, una rivista regionale, o del paese che mi faccia un par di domande . No, nessuna. Dairy Free Black Forest Popsicles. It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

Dairy Free Black Forest Popsicles

No, it ain’t xmas, it’s Popsicle Week 2014! Organized by the one and only Billy of Wit and Vinegar. Chefn’ Sweet Spot Ice Cream Slab. Homemade ice cream is a wonderful treat, however you really need to have an ice cream maker in your kitchen arsenal in order to get the best results when you make it.

Chefn’ Sweet Spot Ice Cream Slab

There are some outstanding no-churn ice cream recipes out there, but as good as those recipes are, your ice cream options are much more limited when you don’t have an ice cream maker. There are many affordable ice cream machines out there, and there are also a number of ice cream machine alternatives that you can choose from if those traditional models don’t fit in your kitchen. One example of a non-traditional ice cream maker is the Chefn’ Sweet Spot. The slab is a very large, shallow bowl that allows you to make up to six servings of ice cream very quickly and easily, and in a very unusual manner. The Sweet Spot slab needs to be frozen before use, just like the canisters used in many home ice cream machines.

Refreshing Lime Sherbet Recipe. Fruit bars. Recipe: Easy Lemonade Pops. Aug 23 Rachel Faucett It’s already late August. School starts soon, we’ve picked almost every rasp­berry off our sprawl­ing bushes, and the kids are tired of side­walk chalk and sand­boxes. But one thing we never seem to get tired of: trips to the beach. I appear to have given birth to two lit­tle fish, because my chil­dren could spend all their time in the water. After all their energy is spent, a refresh­ing treat is required. These pops can be as easy as pour­ing lemon­ade into a pop­si­cle mold, but you can also make them fancy, if you’d like. Ingre­di­ents Lemon­ade Fresh berries (optional) Fresh herbs (optional) Pour the the lemon­ade into the pop­si­cle molds, leav­ing a lit­tle space at the top for expan­sion. Caramel Apple Shortbread Parfaits.

Bellini Popsicles with Edible Flowers Recipe. They cut down our trees, so I made popsicles.

Bellini Popsicles with Edible Flowers Recipe

It’s a long story, but let me just say that our house went from being a cabin in the woods to a camp at Burning Man in a matter of hours. Seriously, I feel like I’m living in a microwave over here. Popsicles to the rescue! For me, Bellinis were the obvious choice – delicate white peaches paired with cold, crisp prosecco. Add a few edible violets from the garden and these popsicles are simply perfect for entertaining. Ingredients (makes ~10 popsicles):15 oz prosecco5 oz simple syrup5 oz lemon juice2 large white peaches3 dashes peach bittersedible flowers for garnish (optional) Chop the peaches, removing the pits, and add them to your blender. Transfer 5 oz of peach puree to a mixing bowl.

Wash and dry the edible flowers and add them to the popsicle molds. Pour the peach mixture into the popsicle molds. Place the popsicle molds into the freezer for approximately 30 minutes or until partially frozen. (images by HonestlyYUM) Nothing better than - ice cream.