Q: I love ice cream. I'm also lactose-intolerant. What are some good lactose-free ice cream recipes that I can make in my ice cream maker? I particularly like recipes that use coconut milk, but I'm open to suggestions!
Frozen yogurt is not ice cream, and it's not even a substitute, no matter what TCBY says. It's another animal entirely, and when we stop comparing it to its richer cousin, we enjoy it oh so much more. This one is just about the best we've ever made, and it's so, so easy.
Well hello there everyone. It's the weekend — a blessedly long weekend — and we have one last recipe for you to cap off Ice Cream Week: An easier, quicker take on the classic ice cream cake, one that will take you only about 10 minutes to put together. But be warned: the last slice may disappear from the dessert table in even less time than it takes to make this easy, creamy, chocolatey frozen Oreo cake.
Although crisps, crumbles and cobblers are tasty in their own right, there's no comparison to these desserts when topped with a cold scoop of ice cream. We've rounded up a few of our favorites from around the web that are sure to make your mouth water. Be on the lookout for a macaroon cherry tart and even a banana crumble!
Scrolling through artist Lili Chin's We All Scream website, one is greeted by a parade of joyful lemons, dapper chocolate bars, and mojitos with maracas, to name just a few of the charming characters in her ice cream recipe illustrations. If there's anyone who can capture the giddy joy of making and eating ice cream, it's Lili.
Need a new, easy way for staying cool in August (and staying in touch with your inner child)? Look to the end of the rainbow for this pot–of–gold recipe! These ice cream sandwiches will make you do the happy dance and perhaps give you leprechaun–spotting powers too.
Let me say this quickly, before your hopes sail high and are dashed: There are no Oreos in this fudge sauce. But (and this is an important but) this fudge sauce gets the Oreoesque label because of its special darkness, its extra-sweet and cocoa-y flavor that is actually, yes, just like that of an Oreo cookie. It's sweet, cocoa-laden, and really, truly dark. And there's nothing to stop you from putting it on an Oreo cookie.
I recently made my first strawberry rhubarb pie of the season and served with it an ice cream made from scraps in the fridge. I had an open container of sour cream, the dregs of a pint of yogurt, a lemon on its last legs, but no eggs. The resulting tangy sour cream ice cream was, like many kitchen inventions, a happy accident because along the way I discovered the perfect ice cream flavor for pie.
We've been talking ice cream all week (it's Ice Cream Week at The Kitchn!) but let's take a step back here for a minute and get down to basics. If you've never made ice cream at home but want to give it a try, start here. This is a tutorial for making plain vanilla ice cream, from start to finish, showing you your options for recipes and churning methods along the way. And let me be very clear: When you make vanilla ice cream at home, with good milk and cream, and real vanilla bean, it's anything but plain!