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You know what happens when you have a tub full of yogurt that’s going to go off any minute now and a handful of limes which are at the point of turning? Key lime pie frozen yogurt pops!
Have you ever seen something so beautiful as fluffy white meringue turned crispy and brown with the help of a blow torch?
They’re super-easy to whip up and require hardly any ingredients, which is always a win in my book.
They’re never going to win any beauty awards, but you know what? They’re so good that I don’t even care.
The title’s a bit of a mouthful but I couldn’t think of a better way to describe it. It’s a skinny ice box cake made of chocolate, peanut butter and cookies – what else could I call it?
You can easily make alcohol-free versions of these popsicles if you want. Simply follow the recipe but omit the white rum – they’ll turn out almost exactly the same.
These Lemon Cheesecake Popsicles take less than 5 minutes to whip together and are ready to eat after around an hour in the freezer – the perfect dessert to make on a scorching summer’s day.
It’s now officially summer, so what better way to celebrate and cool off from the heat than with chocolate cookies & cream ice cream?
I love the crunchy, icy texture and think it’s much more sophisticated than ice cream.
Don’t forget to top your Honey Oat Frozen Yoghurt with caramel curls and extra chocolate chip cookie chunks.
A thick and creamy ice cream tickled with crunchy Oreo chunks – you’d never guess this Oreo ice cream was healthy!
This recipe for Cranberry Vanilla Swirl Ice Cream uses a basic vanilla ice cream recipe dotted with chopped cranberries for its base.
This Six-Layer Ice Cream Birthday Cake is ideal for a baking beginner who wants to make a big impression. It’s actually a really simple cake to create, but you’ll need a lot of time so make sure you plan ahead.
This recipe is for an ice cream which combines all the yummy aspects of his Peach Melba into one ice cream.
I know is most countries autumn is already on its way, but in Tenerife the sun is still blazing everyday – which means I’ve still got a couple of weeks left to experiment with ice cream flavours.
The strawberry flavour in this ice cream wasn’t very powerful – maybe try increasing the strawberry sauce if you try it.
I’ve always loved ice cream, sorbets and gelato, but never tried making them at home because I didn’t have an ice cream maker. Now that I’ve discovered I can make all of these things without one, I’m addicted!
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