To get that perfect scoop of homemade ice cream, you need to put the sprinkles aside and start at the beginning with a simple vanilla ice cream base, and we’re going to show you how. From start to finish, the process to make rich, velvety ice cream at home is fairly simple. Even better — we've made a few alterations to traditional ice cream recipes so that now it's even easier than you think.
Got a whole bunch of spices and seasonings in the pantry but only wine and frozen shrimp in the fridge? Then you’ve to a unique take on shrimp scampi that satisfies your seafood craving and adds mystery with a secret ingredient people will be begging you to share.Click here for more great back-of-the-box recipes.
This recipe combines instant pudding, vanilla, milk, and vodka to make the cutest snowflake cocktail. Serve these at any holiday party to get everyone in the spirit for winter. This recipe is courtesy of Liz Green.
This recipe was contributed by Kylie from ImmaEatThat.Between the fresh cherries and the peanut butter core, you won’t even notice that these muffins are packed with healthy protein. We recommend you eat them for breakfast (because why not?) but they also work for dessert.
A classic vanilla milkshake is simplicity in a glass. In its most basic from, there are only two ingredients in a vanilla milkshake: vanilla ice cream and milk. It makes sense, then, that you should buy the highest quality ingredients you can. To truly make the best vanilla milkshake in the world, look beyond the bargain ice creams (which could be full of chemicals and fake flavorings) and splurge for something that has been made using only real ingredients.The milk is the other half of the milkshake equation. Just like with the ice cream, you should buy the best milk you can afford. Full fat milk is also essential for a creamy, rich finish, so now is not the time to buy one percent — it’s a milkshake for crying out loud!The recipe below is a great starting place, but feel free to alter the ratio of milk to ice cream to suit your personal preference — more milk for a thinner shake and less for something a bit thicker.Bon appétit!If you like your milkshakes with a grownup twist, click here for 6 Delicious Alcoholic Milkshakes.