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Melting in the humidity? Baking in the sun? Here are thirty-one wonderful frozen treats recipes to cool off with this summer!
I’m pretty sure if I complain about this summer being over-the-top hot one more time, you’re all going to revolt and come at me with pitchforks or rotten produce or something equally vile and frightening.
So…I’m not gonna mention it. Today. because today, we’re celebrating all things cold and frozen and refreshing with a roundup long enough to get you through all of July! I found thirty-one frozen treats recipes that I’m either dying to try, or can vouch for 110%. I’m just jumping on the homemade frozen dessert bandwagon, myself, and these are wonderful inspiration.
Let’s get to it! Before I sweat to death…
Avocado Ice Cream from Olivia’s Cuisine
Say whaaaat? I’ll try anything once!
Burnt Caramel Bourbon Ice Cream with Milk Chocolate Toffee from How Sweet It Is
Because burnt caramel is my specialty (but it’s better than you think!)
Cookie Monster Ice Cream by Our Family of Seven
Try eating this and NOT singing the Sesame Street theme song.
Strawberry Rhubarb Port Swirl Ice Cream by Slim Pickin’s Kitchen
I can totally get on board with this boozy-fruity-summery concoction.
No-Churn Nutella Ice Cream from Living Sweet Moments
You had me at Nutella.
Cannoli Ice Cream from Cooking Classy
Clearly dangerous. Clearly don’t care.
Biscoff Ice Cream from Project Domestication
Biscoff, Speculoos…any cookie butter is good cookie butter!
Raspberry Rose Sorbet in Floral Ice Bowls from The Frugal Foodie Mama
THE BOWLS! And I’m a fan of rose in mah food.
Blueberry Frozen Yogurt from Caroline’s CookingThe color!
Brown Butter Moon Pie Ice Cream from feast + west
Did someone say brown butter AND Moon Pies? Where’re my fat pants…
Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream from Natural Chow
Arguably, one of my favorites of all time.
Strawberry Basil Ice Cream from Architecture of a Mom
Love the basil accents! It’s like a sweet caprese!
Refreshing Strawberry Ice from Teaspoon of Goodness
Three ingredients – great selling point!
Homemade Bomb Pops from Pistachio Road
Let the kid inside you out!
Iced Coffee Pops from Thrifty Jinxy
Since it’s coffee, these are totally acceptable for breakfast, right?
Pina Colada Ice Lollies from With A Blast
The rum is NOT gone in these babies! Sign me up.
Easy Peach FroYo Pops from Delightful E Made
Fresh peaches and frozen yogurt? Classic combo.
Coconut Mocha Popsicles from Home Cooking Memories
Coffee in your popsicles. Easy to eat on the way to work. Yesssss.
Boozy Frozen Caramel Hot Chocolate from Pink Heels Pink Truck
It may be a contradiction, but I want one. Or two.
Guinness & Chocolate Milkshakes with Jameson Cream from The Speckled Palate
Guinness: Makes Everything Chocolate Even Better. FACT.
Skinny Red Velvet Milkshake from Mariah’s Pleasing Plates
A lovely skinny alternative, in case you’ve indulged in everything up until here.
Italian Ice Champagne Floats from The Kitchen Is My Playground
For when champagne needs more flavor (which is always) – add Italian ice!
Boozy Caramel Peanut Butter Cup Milkshake from The Crumby Cupcake
Layered Neapolitan Milkshakes from Perfectly Sprinkled
For when you can’t decide what flavor milkshake you really want!
Banana Split Bites from Our Family of Seven
Relatively healthy, totally delicious.
Toblerone Ice Cream Cake from The Sugar Hit
I’m gonna find a way to put this in every roundup I ever do. DEAD.
Mile High Pumpkin Sundae Pie from Happy Money Saver Just what you need to get your mind past the heat and ahead to fall!
Dipped Oreo Ice Cream Pops from Snappy Gourmet
A fun and creative way to dress up your Oreos!
Neapolitan Ice Cream Cake Roll from Crazy for Crust
So fun! So sprinkley!! So easy!!!
Snickers Peanut Butter Brownie Ice Cream Cake from Life, Love and Sugar
Somebody slap me. I want to bury my face in this and never come out.
Cookie Dough Lovers Ice Cream Pie from Sally’s Baking Addiction
I’ll share this with you…but I’m gonna steal all your cookie dough balls, first.