Top Rated Icing Recipes

Grilled Nectarines
This recipe was inspired by one of America's favorite recipes, because believe it or not, there is a right and a wrong way to make ice cubes. 
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Stoli
There’s nothing more delightfully Southern that football and a big glass of iced tea. This Super Bowl Sunday, those two will come together thanks to this refreshing cocktail. Named after Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, this drink is sure to get you ready to root against the New England Patriots.This recipe is courtesy of Stoli.
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Cherry Ice Cream Float
“Ice Cream floats are insanely delicious to begin with – but when you add a heavy drizzle of Luxardo syrup, they become nothing less than pure bliss. I love this recipe because it replaces any artificial sweeteners or flavorings, and is incredibly simple to make. I also appreciate that it uses the leftover syrup of the cocktail cherries themselves, which is a shame to waste,” says Emily Wells of Gastronomista.This recipe is courtesy of Emily Wells at Gastronomista.
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The coolest thing since sliced bread: ice cream on toast? You bet. Crispy-warm and frosty-sweet all at once, these real-deal ice cream sandwiches will rock your family’s summer.
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These tasty pops are perfect for an afterschool snack!
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The Godfather Ice Cream Cocktail
Frank and Philip Frederick are two inimitable ice cream impresarios whose legendary reputation resulted in their being dubbed the "Godfathers of Cool." This cocktail was inspired by Frank’s penchant for a glass of something medicinal, combined with his love of ice cream, after a hard day’s graft. It’s the kind of cocktail even crime family patriarch Don Corleone couldn’t refuse.
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Smoothies are quickly becoming everyone’s favorite breakfasts, snacks, and post work out treats. Not only are they quick, easy, and portable – they are packed with fruits and vegetables that contain tons of healthy nutrients and fiber.  But what about the protein?  All too often smoothies lack the protein your body needs for energy and staying power until your next meal. Surprisingly, the answer you may be looking for can be found in tofu. There are 12 grams of protein in just 3 ounces of tofu and lucky for us it freezes great and can make a healthy addition to any smoothie. Just follow these simple steps to make tofu ice cubes for your next smoothie:Drain and rinse a 12 oz. package of Nasoya silken tofu.Add it to a food processor or blender along with a ½ tsp. of vanilla or almond extract.  You could also add some frozen fruit, fruit juice, or any other flavoring you like.Blend it until smooth.Pour into an ice cube tray and freeze.Next time you make a smoothie, add 3-4 tofu cubes to the smoothie and you instantly add healthy, inexpensive, and much needed protein!
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defense up
For a fun way to fight a cold that’s also easy on a sore throat, you can enjoy 310 percent DV Vitamin C (per bottle) thanks to Vitamin C powerhouse ingredients including oranges and acerola (a type of cherry).
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blue ice vodka black russian
This simple black Russian twist will please vodka-lovers and fans of coffee-flavored cocktails alike.This recipe is provided by Blue Ice Vodka.
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ice cream
While we love stepping out of the box with our ice cream flavors, sometimes it's better to go simple. Make a delicious and classic recipe: cookies and cream ice cream. The ice cream base requires only five ingredients, and the crushed Oreos are sure to have you falling in love.
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Sparkling Ice
This drink is simply swarming with sharks. But don’t worry, they won’t bite. Leave that to the delicious combination of vodka, blue curaçao, and lemonade.This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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The royalty in this recipe comes from how healthy it is. Made with Blueberry Juice, they're a treat for your kids and good for them, too. 
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