Top Rated Gelato Recipes

Cynar Root Beer Float
Low-proof cocktails made with Cynar, root beer, and vanilla ice cream will have you smiling all summer long.This recipe is courtesy of Pam Wiznitzer of Seamstress, New York.
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4.5
Black Cherry Float
If you like a Black Forest gâteau, you’ll love this sweet and bitter cocktail.This recipe is courtesy of Pam Wiznitzer at Seamstress, New York.
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4.5
Who says hot cocoa is just for the kids? Try this adult hot chocolate for your next hot chocolate social.
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4
A beautiful pink mousse enrobes layers of cocoa pistachio biscuit in this dessert from Ryan Tateishi, pastry chef at Café Juanita in Kirkland, Wash. Served with a pistachio gelato and sweet poached cherries, it is a fitting end to a romantic Valentine’s Day meal.Invert sugar is commonly used in making pastries and confections. It helps keep products more moist and tender, and extends their shelf life, in addition to resulting in a smoother mouthfeel, as compared to pastries made with ordinary sugar. If you can’t find or don’t want to buy invert sugar, you can substitute in honey, or try making your own at home. 
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4
This drink name speaks true to it's flavor. The hot chocolate is jazzed up with flavor from the coffee and hazelnut liqueur! 
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4
Made with real pumpkin purée, a hint of cinnamon, and thick swirls of sea salt caramel, this delicious and decadent gelato is perfect for reinventing the forever-loved eggnog.
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4
Eating ice cream right out the tub is great, but sometimes you want to get a little creative with your ice cream creations. The next time you’re in the mood for vanilla ice cream or gelato, turn it into a delicious banana split. Add bananas, chunks of brownie, and chocolate syrup for a heavenly combination.
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4
pumpkin nog
Made with real pumpkin puree, a hint of cinnamon, and thick swirls of sea salt caramel, this delicious gelato option is perfect for your Pumpkin-Nog recipe!
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4
Made with real pumpkin puree, a hint of cinnamon, and thick swirls of sea salt caramel, this gelato variety is a great base to a delicious Frozen Pumpkin Pie!
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4
Bourbon
I love alcohol-flavored gelato because the alcohol cuts the richness of the dairy and also allows the gelato to get super-cold. But because alcohol doesn’t freeze, if you add too much to the gelato it won’t freeze at all. After making many versions with varying amounts of booze, we determined that the recipe below contains the maximum amount of alcohol that will freeze in a home ice cream maker. If it’s still not boozy enough for you, do as I do: Drizzle a few drops of bourbon over the top. Click here to see the Pumpkin and Date Tart recipe.
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2.5