Chill out this summer with delightful frozen desserts. Whether you're hosting a party or just want to indulge in a special dessert, our best ice cream cakes and frozen pies and treats are a sweet option for cooling off on a hot day!
We've done the local ice cream parlor one better with our frozen pie featuring malted milk balls and fresh strawberries. Crushed ice cream cones are the secret to the crunchy crust, while a drizzle of hot fudge tops things off deliciously.
Try something different this summer with our cool cheesecake topped with mounds of fresh blueberries. With a crunchy pretzel and almond crust, it's a sweet and salty dessert that's both decadent and delicious.
Semifreddo literally means "half cold" and refers to desserts served chilled or half frozen. Most are served in a loaflike shape, and ours features tart lemon and sweet strawberry layers. It's an elegant showstopper that's deceptively simple.
This six-in-one recipe gives you a parlorful of flavor options. One scoop will do, but serving a combo of two (or three) really makes us all scream … for gelato.
There's a reason peanut butter and chocolate are a favorite in this dessert combo: They come together deliciously in a rich and creamy way. With a cookie crust, two layers of ice cream, and crunchy chocolate-covered peanuts throughout, it's everything you could ever want in a dessert.
Easy? Yes. Delicious. Check. Perfect for your next summer party? You bet. Try our simple sweet and salty frozen torte that features rich dulce de leche and heaps of cashews with a pecan shortbread crust.
Pick your choice of butter brickle, chocolate, or vanilla ice cream and top it with a sugary, crumbly nut mixture. Drizzle with caramel ice cream topping and serve frozen at any backyard barbecue. Your guests will love its sweet and cool flavor on a hot summer day.
This frozen mint ice cream showstopper is perfect for any season. Normally a holiday staple, peppermint sticks and chocolate-mint candies are also a refreshingly cool flavor combo for any summer day. Prepare up to a week ahead of time and store in your freezer until ready to serve.