You haven’t had chocolate ice cream until you’ve had chocolate ice cream infused with two different types of dark chocolate. Talk about twice as nice.
Chances are you’ve been mashing brownies into ice cream since you were a kid. Still, we could all use a reminder–and this simple recipe certainly does the trick.
This little bit of heaven is exactly what it purports to be: a smooth, rich confection made from a strawberry Philly cream cheese cheesecake.
A marvie blend of bitter stout and sweet ice cream, this inspired rendition of an old-fashioned float just may take you by surprise.
This pretty little number is sweet and tart and sassy enough to hold its own against all manner of menus, whether holiday or more humdrum.
For Thanksgiving dinner this year, we’ve colored outside the lines and put together a fantastic menu. All the familiar ingredients in unexpected ways.
Pretty in pink is this lovely sorbet, thanks to the inclusion of the entire apple, blush red peel included, as well as a little Geürztraminer for sweet sophistication.
Vanilla ice cream is de rigueur for lazy summer days. This luscious lovely is adaptable, so it can be uber-rich or not. Either way, the vanilla shines through.
Heirloom tomatoes go on ice for this simple yet elegant sorbet. Use yellow, red, orange, or purple fruit, but my all means, make this sorbet.
This black cow is a classic ice float and is pure nostalgia for the true ice cream parlor lover. Root beer makes the cow black. Cola makes her brown.
Cinnamon is the solo act in this sophisticated but simple gelato. Creamy, indulgent, and complex tasting, this gelato is sure to become a new favorite.
Ben & Jerry, we love you and we always will. But we can make our own Super Fudge Chunk now, riddled with chunks of all sorts of super fudge-y ingredients.
Enter your email address and get all of our updates sent to your inbox the moment they're posted. Be the first on your block to be in the know.
Preview daily e-mail
Hate tons of emails? Do you prefer info delivered in a neat, easy-to-digest (pun intended) form? Then enter your email address for our weekly newsletter.
Preview weekly e-mail