Stainless steel ice cream scoop

    Copco Ice Cream Scoop, Extra Large, Stainless Steel

    This stainless steel ice cream scoop by Copco has an elongated shape to cut through frozen ice cream with ease. The scoop’s elongated shape is designed to slice through hard ice cream like a hot knife through butter. The heavy cast…

    Vanilla Bourbon Ice Cream

    Vanilla Bourbon Ice Cream

    Combining vanilla and bourbon make an exceptional ice cream. This bourbon vanilla ice cream recipe is reminiscent of classic vanilla ice cream with just enough bourbon to make it stand out.

    Honey almond ice cream is a perfect topping for fruit crisps.

    Honey Almond Ice Cream

    One of my favorite treats at the Minnesota State Fair is a honey and sunflower seed ice cream. It inspired this honey almond ice cream recipe that has the perfect combination of floral honey flavors and a touch of nuttiness.

    Maple Frango Recipe

    Maple Frango

    Maple Frango is a frozen, creamy dessert, where the tanginess of greek yogurt contrasts with the sweetness of real maple syrup, and toasted pecans round out the texture and flavors.

    Three Stick Cinnamon Gelato

    Three Stick Cinnamon Gelato

    With its deep creamy texture and rich cinnamon flavors, this gelato recipe is a treat for cinnamon lovers & a fantastic topping for pies, crisps, and cakes.

    Lavender No-Churn Ice Cream

    Lavender No-Churn Ice Cream

    Savor the last days of summer with this aromatic, field-fresh lavender no-churn ice cream recipe.

    Mint with Dark Chocolate No-Churn Ice Cream

    Mint Dark Chocolate No-Churn Ice Cream

    This mint dark chocolate no-churn ice cream recipe comes with a warning that once you make it your family might beg daily for this rendition of a traditional mint chocolate chip ice cream.

    Rose with White Chocolate Truffle Swirl No-Churn Ice Cream

    Rose White Chocolate Truffle Swirl No-Churn Ice Cream

    With roses, cream, and white chocolate truffles this elegant no-churn ice cream recipe takes you right back to Grandma’s rose garden.