Zuccotto
According to legend, zuccotto is the first semifreddo (an Italian frozen dessert) in the history of cooking and was originally made in an infantryman's studded helmet. (In the Tuscan dialect, zucca means 'head.') It was originally prepared with ricotta, glacé (candied) fruit, almonds, and dark (semisweet) chocolate.
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White Peach Pops
Not sure what to do with overripe fruit? Make a popsicle! They are surprisingly easy to make and freeze in just about four hours. Instead of buying the sugar- and chemical-filled frozen pops at your supermarket, try creating your own with fresh seasonal fruit. Play around with the combination below, maybe using strawberries or everyday peaches instead. Just remember to add a liquid (like water or fruit juice) if your fruit has a low water content.  Click here to see more D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts.  Click here to see the How to Make Healthy Frozen Treats at Home
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Watermelon and Mint Granita
Watermelon and mint are two of my favorite summertime flavors — nothing is more refreshing. Plus, this is a relatively hands-off recipe; just blend, freeze, and eat! Click here to see D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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Vanilla, Strawberry, and Fudge Ice Cream Dessert
A vanilla and strawberry ice cream frozen dessert combined with a sugar-cone crumble and a layer of rich fudge sauce. See all dessert recipes.
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Nutella Semifreddo
You don’t need an ice cream machine to make this rich, creamy, frozen dessert.This recipe is courtesy of More Than Burnt Toast.
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Lemons
This Italian Lemon ice is a perfect refreshing summer treat, and it turns out that it's surprisingly easy to make at home. Adjsut the ratio of sugar to lemon juice based on your sweet and sour preferences.  Click here to D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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Bonbons
When I was a child, my mom would seldom let desserts enter the house. Sure, pints of vanilla and coffee heath bar would appear around the holidays, birthdays, and over vacations. But she’d rather have us snack on fresh fruit, baked apples, or make chocolate chip cookies from scratch. The one exception? Little chocolate-dipped bonbons that never seemed to last more than a day or two. So what to do now that I’m dairy-free? Substitute in creamy banana chunks for the ice cream!  Who doesn’t love the combination of bananas and chocolate? These little one-bite desserts are easy to make, take only an hour or so to set, and even better to eat. Keep them stored in the freezer so the chocolate doesn’t melt (and to ensure they last more than a day or two). And if you want, try rolling them after they’re dipped in coconut or ground almonds or something a bit jazzier. Click here to see D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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Blood Orange Margarita Ice Pops Recipe
On a hot summer day, ice pops are nice — alcoholic ice pops are better. Just be warned: they melt quickly.Click here to see D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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Jamie Geller’s Chocolate Cake with Pomegranate Swirl
Store-bought chocolate cake saves time, while pomegranate syrup makes this an easy, decadent treat. This recipe comes from Joy of Kosher. Click here to see Tips for Hosting a Rosh Hashanah Dinner.
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Chocolate-Pistachio Tartufo
Make this beautiful, intricate domed dessert for a special occassion. The chocolate and pistachio ice cream are layered, and then coated in chocolate for frozen dessert that is sure to impress.Reprinted from Martha Stewart’s Cakes. Copyright © 2013 by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. Published by Clarkson Potter, a division of Random House LLC.
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Surprise your family with these ice pops that are made using Yoplait yogurt and raspberries - a delicious frozen dessert. Visit Yoplait.com for more summer treats and recipes.
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Frozen Mexican Chocolate Mousse
Don't be fooled — even though it's frozen, this dessert packs some heat. Serve à la mode to mellow out the fire. If you can't find Mexican chocolate (such as Ibarra), adding equal parts cinnamon and cayenne pepper to regular baking chocolate is a good substitute. Click here to see more D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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