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Meyer Lemon & Thyme Ice Cream. Meyer lemons are to lemons as blood oranges are to oranges; seemingly similar, but ultimately very different. Just looking at them you can see it; Meyer lemons are smaller than their standard cousin, their piths are thinner, and their color has a bit of a orange tone—a hint at the flavor they hold. They’re a seasonal citrus, usually making their debut in markets from late winter/early spring to late spring/early summer. Lately, I’ve written a few posts on very seasonal ingredients: rhubarb, ramps, California cherries, blood oranges (the latter going back some months).

I’m all for seasonal eating, and not just because it’s a new-vogue trend of an age-old way of life; not only do foods taste better in their growing season (duh), but their costs aren’t quite as steep either, because they can typically be sourced more locally. Now, I don’t think there’s much of a Meyer lemon industry in Connecticut, thanks to our winters, but nevertheless, they’re here. Meyer Lemon & Thyme Ice Cream Save. 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Hot Fudge. 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Hot Fudge-you only need three ingredients to make this peanut butter hot fudge sauce. It is great drizzled on ice cream, cake, brownies, or fruit. Ice cream has always been a staple dessert in our family and during the summer months our freezer is stocked.

So stocked that every time I open the freezer, ice cream falls out. Maxwell giggles every time it happens because I scream. I also keep a lot of yummy toppings on hand to go with our ice cream. My current obsession is this 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Hot Fudge. I have always been a hot fudge fan, but this easy 3-Ingredient Hot Fudge Sauce is my FAVORITE! And the best part? It sounds too good to be true, huh? Try to save some to spoon over your favorite ice cream for the perfect summer dessert.

Up your ice cream game this summer by adding 3-ingredient Peanut Butter Hot Fudge Sauce to the mix. This easy hot fudge sauce is great drizzled on ice cream, cake, brownies, cupcakes, or fruit! Yield: Serves 12. Homemade Magic Shell - Live Well Bake Often. Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream Will Be Your New Favorite Way to Use Pumpkin! It’s officially autumn, and you know what that means — pumpkins everywhere! Whether you’re making a savory pumpkin recipe, a Halloween treat or putting your own spin on a classic pumpkin pie, chances are you’ll be getting your pumpkin on at some point over the next few months.

If so, make sure this pumpkin pie ice cream is on your list! It couldn’t be easier to make — just mix a few ingredients together and throw it in the freezer, no churning necessary — and the flavor is absolutely amazing. It tastes just like pumpkin pie! Ingredients: 2 1/3 cups heavy cream1 cup sweetened condensed milk1 can pumpkin puree2/3 Tablespoon pumpkin pie spice Instructions: 1. 2. 3. Add the cream and condensed milk to a mixer bowl and whisk until the mixture is thick. Add the pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice and gently fold together. Transfer the mixture to a tub or loaf tin and cover with a lid or foil.

And that’s how easy it is to make homemade ice cream from scratch! Golden Milk Popsicles - Food, Pleasure, and Health. I have been eating + cooking with turmeric for a very long time but I was fascinated and loved the idea of turmeric tea from Heidi about two years ago…So naturally, when Dana posted Golden Milk Ice Cream, I immediately made it and devoured the ice cream. So Good!!! Ever since I made that ice cream, I had been toying with the idea to make Golden Milk Popsicles as it is little bit more approachable if you don’t have an ice cream maker. It is an easy & fun treat for Summer if you are into that. Golden Milk Popsicle is an idea that is taken from Golden Milk Ice Cream; it is vegan, gluten-free with lovely spices such as cardamom, turmeric, ginger, and cinnamon. Turmeric comes from the root of the Turmeric Plant, known as Curcuma Longa and is known for it’s anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging and even anti-carcinogenic properties.

Just like the Golden Milk Ice Cream, these popsicles are no different – extremely delicious!!! Golden Milk Popsicle Ingredients Instructions. Grapefruit Ginger Mint Popsicle · How To Make An Ice Lolly · Recipes on Cut Out. Earl grey lavender ice cream — the farmer's daughter. Directions: 1) In a medium saucepan, combine the cream and milk together, and bring to gentle simmer over medium-high heat, and then remove from heat. 2) Place your tea into a large tea ball, and place into the hot milk mixture. Allow to steep for 4 minutes. Remove tea ball, and allow cream and milk mixture to cool. 3) In a large bowl, whisk egg yolks and sugar together. Very gradually, whisk in the warm cream mixture (not too fast, or you'll cook your eggs!!). 4) Pour the mixture back into the saucepan and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until the mixture thickens. 5) Remove from heat, and allow the mixture to cool to room temperature. 6) Pour into your ice cream machine and follow your machine's directions. 7) Once it's done, place your ice cream in the freezer for a couple of hours before serving!

Marshmallow no-churn ice cream - Jelly Toast. Marshmallow no-churn ice cream Marshmallow No-Churn Ice Cream made with Campfire® Marshmallows Pink Lemonade Mallow Bursts is sweet, creamy and a breeze to put together! Yes – it’s true. I’m sharing two no-churn ice cream recipes in a row. I can’t get over how cool it is that you can make incredibly sweet and creamy ice cream without using an ice cream machine.

Don’t get me wrong, ice cream machines are great, but not everyone has one (**raising my hand**). Yesterday, I shared a quick and simple frozen banana ice cream which is really just one ingredient. Today, I have a very different recipe for you that has texture so much like traditional churned ice cream, you would never know that it wasn’t made with a machine. This Marshmallow No-Churn Ice Cream is pillowy, decadent and just plain amazing.

The first time I tried these Pink Lemonade Mallow Bursts, I was blown away. They’re pretty awesome. And just plain pretty: And just take a look at how easy this ice cream is to put together: Notes: Ultimate Keto Chocolate Ice-Cream | The KetoDiet Blog. This chocolate ice-cream is pure indulgence. Just like the many other of my keto chocolate treats, this recipe is for all of us - chocoholics! As always, it's sugar-free, dairy-free and paleo-friendly. To make my ice-cream super rich and creamy, I used MCT oil and gelatine. Both MCT oil and gelatine will keep any ice-cream from getting too hard when frozen. If you don't have MCT oil, you can use a 2-4 tablespoons of vodka which will prevent ice crystals from forming. Nutritional values (per serving, 2 scoops): 6.9 grams2.6 grams5.8 grams32.6 grams27.1 grams324 calories Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (8%), protein (7%), fat (85%) Ingredients (makes 8 servings): More tips for soft ice-cream: This recipe produces soft and creamy ice-cream.

Vegetable glycerin - 1-2 tablespoons. Instructions: Pour the coconut milk in a large sauce pan. Apple Pie Ice Cream · How To Make Ice Cream · Recipes on Cut Out. No-Churn Peanut Butter Pomegranate Ice Cream. I love simple. There’s an art to subtlety; if something becomes overcomplicated, harder to follow, cluttered, it loses it’s appeal. In fine art, interior design, graphic design, photography, fashion – even in recipes! – simple is wonderful. Once you pile on too many aspects, layer upon layer, knick knack upon knick knack, ingredient upon ingredient, it can become just too much. Keeping it simple lets the items you do have shine. As a graphic designer by trade, I find this especially true. My point is merely that simple can be good. Like today’s post! A recipe that is simple can mean a couple of things: – it has a small, easy-to-aquire ingredient list. . – it has a few easy steps to follow. . – or, ideally, BOTH. No-churn ice cream is as easy as it sounds. Pomegranates are mostly used in savoury dishes, as a garnish on top of lamb, salads, stews, as they add a wonderful crunch and texture to any dish.

I really love using them in sweet dishes, which are sometimes overlooked. Recipe type: Dessert. ~The Kitchen Wife~: Homemade Pear Ginger Ice Cream. This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FlavorsOfFall #CollectiveBias Tonight is date night. Studhubs and I don't have traditional date nights these days. I think anyone who cares for someone else can relate to the fact that, whether it's children or an elderly parent, getting away is not always easy. So lately we have been doing a lot of after bed "Stay In" date nights.

The other day when I was walking through Giant Eagle I noticed they had this new #FlavorsOfFall line of food products. Homemade Pear Ginger Ice Cream: *Prep Time: 45 min. Ingredients: 1 c. To begin you will need to place a 3 qt., heavy bottomed, sauce pot over medium heat and add the 1/4 c. of sugar and ... Pear Ginger flavored Apple Cider. Bring is to a boil and let it reduce for about 10 minutes until you have 3 oz. of liquid. This is now a highly concentrated flavor bomb that is going to drive that greart pear and ginger flavor through the ice cream. 1 c. How to Make Maple Bourbon Ice Cream With Candied Pecans Recipe. Fig and Goat Cheese Ice Cream Recipe. Before we ever get off a plane to a new city, we’re researching some of the best places to eat.

Our love of food extends to every corner of the city. Some would call it an obsession, but it’s simply a fun way to devour each city’s unique food culture, specialties and dishes. We’re not the only ones who pursue such culinary adventures and one of the best searches on our list is for local ice cream. Oh, the search for great handmade ice cream continues and so far, each city we’ve visited has a great representation of a sweet scoop. Is it even possible to have ice cream overload? Apparently not for us.

Well, at least not yet. The last few months had us venturing to Amy’s Ice Cream in Austin, Three Twins Ice Cream in Point Reyes, Lappert’s Ice Cream in Palm Springs and our latest treasure find was The Penny Ice Cream Company in Santa Cruz. When we’re not on the road and hunting for the city’s ice cream, we’re whipping up different batches at home. More Ice Cream and Popsicle Recipes: Hello! Bourbon-White Peach Popsicles - The Beach House Kitchen. Some days just call for a boozy popsicle don’t they? Hot summer days are just those kind of days. Am I right? I’m hearin’ it! You hearin’ it?? It’s the cocktail cannon and it has gone off and BOOM it’s boozy pops for everyone!!

Are you in?? I thought so! My son Sean was home with us for a few days before heading back to Charleston and he helped me with these delicious Bourbon-White Peach Popsicles. These are the PERFECT summer popsicles! Bourbon-White Peach Popsicles Author: Mary Ann Dwyer Time: 15 minutes plus about 5-6 hours freezing time Servings: 10 Ingredients 4 cups chopped white peaches (or regular peaches) 2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice ¼ cup honey 3½ Tbsp. Instructions Peel peaches and cut into chunks discarding the pits. You May Also Like... Grapefruit & Tequila Paloma Ice Pops.

Like cocktails? Like ice pops? Let’s combine the two and make boozy ice pops! A great summer pop—refreshing, not too sweet, and with a bit of tang. Serve with flaky salt and lime zest. Makes 8 Pops 2 cups fresh grapefruit juice 1/4 cup lime juice 1/2 cup simple syrup 1 1/2 cups tequila 1 cup club soda 1 cup orange juice flaky salt grated lime zest In a large bowl, mix together grapefruit, lime, simple syrup, tequila, and club soda. Because alcohol does not freeze, some of these pops will not get completely frozen.

You can find ice pop bags in many stores. Photography by Linda Pugliese Made it? Avocado Coconut Popsicles. These creamy popsicles are a real treat! Made with just 4 ingredients – nutrient dense avocados, coconut-almond milk, raw sugar and sweetened coconut flakes. They are also dairy-free, vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free. It’s no secret, I'm pretty avocado obsessed! I grew up eating avocados all my life and I usually incorporate them into a meal just about every day! In fact, I love them so much I created an entire Pinterest Board devoted to avocados. But I usually eat them in some type of savory dish such as guacamole, BLT, egg salad, in my salad dressings, with my soups and more.

But the fact is, in Brazil where my Dad lived for many years, avocados were never eaten with salt; instead they were treated as the fruit that they are and were often sweetened with sugar. PS - The popsicle mold I used is from Progressive which I bought on Amazon , click the link if you're interested. Ingredients: Combine the avocado, milk and sugar in the blender and mix until smooth. Coconut Pineapple Yogurt Pops - Recipe Runner. Basil and lime sorbet. • zest of 4 limes, finely grated, plus 300ml lime juice (I used 12 limes for this) • 60g fresh basil Put the sugar into a small saucepan with the lime zest and 300ml water. Gradually bring to the boil, stirring from time to time to help the sugar dissolve.

Reduce the heat and simmer for two minutes, then take the pan off the heat. Add the lime juice to the syrup and pour the whole lot through a nylon sieve. If you have an ice-cream machine, churn according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Alternatively, transfer the mixture into a shallow container and put it in the freezer. Brilliant basil recipes Tomato, melon and burrata salad with basil dressing Chicken with beans, tomatoes and creamy basil dressing Summer recipes to get the best out of basil. 3 Mango Recipes With 4 Ingredients or Less. We all know the last thing you wanna do on a hot summer day is spend your time slaving away in the kitchen, even if it is to make something positively scrumptious. Not all delicious treats are created equal — some take a little more effort while some are ridiculously easy. Like… only-takes-four-ingredients easy! So in the spirit of staying cool and keeping it simple, we’re bringing you three tasty, summery treats that use only four ingredients (or less!)

And all feature a seasonal star: mango! Mango sorbet, mango jello and mango daiquiris, make one or make ‘em all! Mango Sorbet Ingredients: – 2 mangos, peeled and chopped – 1/3 cup agave syrup (if you don’t have agave, you can use a combination of 1/4 cup water, 1/2 cup sugar) – 1 tsp lime juice – pinch salt Tools:- ice cream maker – blender First, make sure your ice cream maker is ready and the bowl is frozen.

Pour the mixture through a strainer. Annnd you just made summer’s most refreshing iced treat with your own two hands. Mango Jello. How to Make A Watermelon out of Ice Cream. The 4 Ingredient Mango Ice Cream That Will Change Your Summer. Watermelon Margarita Italian Ice » Savory Ice Cream. Homemade Pink Grapefruit Sorbet in Grapefruit Cups. Chocolate Lover’s Chocolate Ice Cream. Maple Bourbon Frozen Yogurt With Lavender. Marshmallow Hot Fudge Sauce · How To Make A Fudge Sauce · Recipes on Cut Out.

Pineapple Orange Banana Popsicles. Blackberry Coconut Lime Popsicles Recipe. Got Chocolate – Celebrating All Things Chocolate Blog » RECIPE: Peanut Butter, Chocolate Chip, Honey & Banana ‘Ice Cream’ Mango-Coconut Sherbet. Hello Summer Chocolate Sorbet. Scoop Into This Spiced Rum + Banana Ice Cream. Lavender Honey Ice Cream | Oh Sweet Day! Rose petals ice cream. Home made. - Ziołowy Zakątek. The Best Lime Ice Cream recipe on Lemon Poppy Seed Muffin Ice Cream · Extract from Coconut Milk Ice Cream by Aimee Ryan · How To Make Ice Cream. Tropical Avocado Popsicle - Vegan Recipe.