When ice cream and soda get together, something magical happens. Bubbles tickle your tongue, ice cream soothes your heat exhaustion, and you're suddenly more relaxed than you've been in a long time. And if you love the taste of orange creamsicles, you are going to love this float. All you need are three simple ingredients and an ice cream scoop to make this dreamy summer treat.
An easy make-ahead recipe is a fun and impressive dessert for your next gathering.This recipe was the grand prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 2010.Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury.Every other winning recipe from the Pillsbury Bake-Off.
Make this cocktail in a big batch and serve it to a crowd at your next summer party: All your guests will be begging you for the recipe after they’ve taken their first sip.This recipe is courtesy of Treats and Eats.
Believe it or not, this dessert does not include a potato. The Idaho staple consists of vanilla ice cream, covered in cocoa and topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings, meant to resemble a potato with dirt and sour cream on top. This recipe comes straight from Lou Aaron himself, the king of the ice cream potato. Recipe courtesy of Lou Aaron, of Westside Drive-In
Go to Google and search bacon. About 178,000,000 results, right? Now search sex. About 3,050,000,000 results (at least by last night's count). So there are some 17 times more results for sex than bacon. That's still a pretty good ratio considering the motivating factor of the human race. So it's no surprise bacon recipes do well, and no surprise bacon-wrapped recipes do well. That's one reason The Daily Meal's Cook editors assigned a week of Recipe SWAT Team to bacon-wrapped recipes (if only there could be a bacon-wrapped sex recipe, but this is a PG-rated site... shh!). When thinking about all the ridiculous, yet tasty and fun bacon-wrapped recipes we could create, one challenge came to mind amongst The Daily Meal's staff: Deep-Fried Bacon-Wrapped Fried Ice Cream. Just saying.
There are all kinds of ridiculous reasons to do try this recipe, but mostly you should try it: 1) because if you don't have one it's a great excuse to go buy a reasonably priced countertop deep-fryer, 2) you're wrapping something with bacon that shouldn't be wrapped with bacon and then fried, and 3) see one and two, but with the dessert factor thrown into the mix. Fair warning... for this recipe you need: (per that first reason) a deep-fryer, patience, and a healthy degree of self-restraint — cereal-crusted ice cream tastes really good even before it's deep-fried.
Two more things to think about before you get started. Many recipes cite a Mexican fried ice cream said to have originated at Chi Chi's. That recipe and many others call for vanilla ice cream and Kellogg's Corn Flakes. Truth is, there are worlds of other possibilities. Think of every ice cream flavor and cereal combination you can. We're talking strawberry ice cream and Fruit Loops and chocolate ice cream and Kellogg's Corn Pops. Everything goes. Many recipes also call for coconut flakes and or nuts. This one doesn't. It's a four-ingredient deep-fried bacon-wrapped fried ice cream. That's it... just four.
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Ice cream is comfort food in and of itself. My ultimate favorite flavor, without hesitation, is mint chocolate chip. It has always been and probably always will be. I love the refreshing taste of mint paired with one of my favorite things (chocolate), and together they are just the perfect combination. — Eva Bakes
This recipe was contributed by and Paleohacks blogger Jennafer Ashley and Mikey’s.This recipe is a quick and easy way to eat paleo, dairy free, gluten free, vegan dessert. The recipe only involves three ingredients, so you know it's simple.
If you are looking for an easy ice cream recipe or a new way to use avocado, look no further! Avocado ice cream is rich, creamy, and full of heathy fats, making it an excellent warm-weather treat. Unlike many other ice cream recipes, this one has no need for a complicated custard base. Simply blend everything together, pour it into your ice cream machine and hey presto — delicious ice cream!To learn 17 Things You Didn’t Know About Avocados, click here.