There are a lot of dinner recipes that start with frozen ingredients, but of course, you can make sweet treats using freezer food as well. Whether you're looking to cool down with a no-cook frozen pop or are dreaming of a Dole Whip, these frozen fruit dessert recipes are light, refreshing and oh-so-scrumptious.
Peach cobbler is one of the most iconic Southern dishes that everyone in America needs to try, and while fresh peaches are ideal, you can swap them for frozen peaches so you can enjoy this dessert any time of year.
If you’re looking for easy dishes that take less than one hour, this tropical smoothie bowl is a winner for breakfast, a midday snack or a shareable dessert.
Peaches are one of the most iconic foods in America. Let them shine in these refreshing raspberry peach frozen pops.
Carrot cake may feel like one of those desserts that are sort of hard to make, but you can get all the flavors of that classic dessert in this easy shaved ice recipe.
Berries are among the foods you should eat every day, and this super sweet smoothie is a satisfying way to get your daily serving.
If you like a little wine in your dessert, we don’t blame you. These easy frosé pops blend together coconut milk with rosé wine and frozen fruit.
Champagne isn’t just for cocktails; you can use it in this super easy peach granita as well. While the recipe calls for fresh fruit, you can easily swap it for frozen.
These strawberry coconut ice cream sandwiches are a great dessert if you don’t eat gluten or dairy — or even if you do.
Whether you’re looking for an easy breakfast recipe or a simple midday treat, this tropical smoothie with mango, strawberries, pineapple and matcha will make your day.
Sipping on a strawberry lemonade is one of those essential summertime experiences. Turn that drink into these super easy frozen pops.
If you need to satisfy a sweets craving but don’t have a ton of time, this quick cherry chocolate chip frozen yogurt requires just five minutes of prep time and is one of the best desserts you can make with five ingredients or fewer.
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