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    I scream, we all scream for creamy, cool and tasty ice cream and what could be better than fresh made at home. Rather with sweet whole cream or soy for those who can't deal with milk. These are ones I've tried and loved or are on the agenda to try soon
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    This sherbet is so easy to make and is always a hit. I got the recipe out of Taste of Home. I always take this recipe when going to an ice cream party. It give everyone a choice that they weren't expecting. The cook time is actually freezer time and will vary according to the type freezer you use. See Bev's review to get the instructions on using orange juice and orange jello for orange sherbet!

    Recipe #51495

    2 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I found this recipe in an old issue of Taste of Home. It was originally submitted by a lady from San Angelo, Texas. I love the flavor and texture of this ice cream. A real summer-time treat on a hot Texas evening.

    Recipe #91342

    45 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    Wonderful blueberry ice cream that can be made from either fresh or frozen blueberries. Great summer-time treat! The recipe comes from a Country Woman Magazine, which I purchased just for this recipe. (Prep-time is estimated cooking time and Cooking-time is freezing and ripening time)

    Recipe #91781

    Recently someone gave me an ice cream maker and that has sent me hunting for frozen treats that are fruit filled and relatively healthy. Love berries so this one grabbed me. Planning to try it as a mixed berry frozen yogurt next. Be aware that nonfat frozen confections are best eaten fresh or after freezing for just a few hours. After a day or two they tend to get a bit icy. The original was found on fooddownunder.com.

    Recipe #160367

    This fudge sauce is rich and dark. It thickens when it hits cold ice cream and gets slightly chewy. We always top our Sundays with salted roasted nuts as the salt compliments the super rich fudge. This recipe is from our family cookbook.

    Recipe #505868

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    With Morocco's heat ice cream is much enjoyed these days. I think that you might well enjoy this too. Cinnamon is native to Morocco and coffee is considered indispensable. Cinnamon has been known there from remote antiquity, and it was so highly prized among ancient nations that it was regarded as a gift fit for monarchs and other great potentates.The optional figs pair amazingly with the ice cream.

    Recipe #505869

    Published in Midwest Living Jan/Feb 2009 issue. This requires an overnight freeze and 2 hour chill time.

    Recipe #383629

    I got the idea from watching Iron Chef America. Someone made a bacon ice cream but I never heard any details about it. So I started thinking about how to make it and make it great. I figured that bacon is the candy of the meat world, so why not candy the bacon. Now the quality of the maple syrup is gonna effect the flavor of the ice cream. This may sound odd, but I promise you that this will become your new favorite and you'll be demanding that Ben & Jerry's starts selling this at your corner store. cooking time includes cooling time, and set up time in the freezer.

    Recipe #359986

    1 Reviews |  By Cynna

    Green tea ice cream is often served as a dessert in Japanese restaurants. Green tea ice cream is called maccha ice cream in Japan. Maccha is tea powder used in Japanese tea ceremonies. Posted for ZWT II '06

    Recipe #173404

    I made this recipe after falling in love with Coldstone and Carvel's Cake Batter Ice Cream. I recommend using Splenda instead of sugar since there is sugar in the cake mix. You can use 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract if you please. You can also use 3/4 cup of cake mix. THIS RECIPE IS TO USE WITH AN ICE CREAM MAKER (MINE IS BY CUISINART)

    Recipe #128952

    I don't have an ice cream maker yet, but when I finally get one, this is a recipe I definitely want to try out. This is a 1-quart recipe, but it can be doubled for a 2-quart ice cream maker. Adapted from the Land O'Lakes website. Prep time may vary depending on the ice cream maker.

    Recipe #172098

    11 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Reply to a "Request a recipe" post. This recipe can be adapted for your favorite teas or herb blends by substituting your favorite tea for the green tea. (Prep/Cook times do not include freezing time)

    Recipe #33966

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Although I haven't made this I am meaning to make it soon to go with a Chinese meal. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (May 1982)

    Recipe #90781

    1 Reviews |  By Omm

    A friend served this a few months ago and it was out of this world. It is also lower in sugar than most sorbets. I'm entering the recipe so I don't lose it. Enjoy.

    Recipe #408923

    No ice cream maker required! My friend Angela taught me how to make this recipe. It's so easy, it's hard to believe that 5 ingredients will give you a deliciously creamy ice cream! No need to buy it from the store anymore! For best results when whipping the cream, remember to use a cold bowl and cold beaters!

    Recipe #447753

    Known as the Spice Isle, Grenada produces one third of the world's nutmeg. DO NOT substitute powdered nutmeg in this recipe. Once it is ground, nutmeg soon loses the oils which give it flavour and taste so do yourself a 'flavour' and never use that pre-ground stuff again.

    Recipe #195861

    Uses Bailey's Irish Cream. Requires an ice cream maker.

    Recipe #127070

    Recipe #6928

    39 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Cool and refreshing summer treat. The recipe calls for freezing in the freezer overnight. I used my ice cream freezer and the results were wonderful. This recipe comes from an advertising insert.

    Recipe #96465

    This is posted as take from "The Ultimate Ice Cream Book" by Bruce Weinstein. Almond paste (sometimes called marzipan) can be found in the baking aisle of most supermarkets.

    Recipe #175040

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