The Best (And Easiest) Homemade Ice Cream Recipes You’ll Ever Need
July marks National Ice Cream Month; a perfect time for you and the family to celebrate hot summer days with cold, refreshing treats. The Milk Means More Team has gathered up our favorite (and easiest) homemade ice cream recipes so you don’t even have to leave the house! Grab the kids (and a few aprons) and head into the kitchen for a summer activity that everyone will enjoy making and eating.
Starting with the simplest, and most classic recipe–yes, you can make creamy and smooth, vanilla ice cream using a resealable bag.
Fudgy and chunky brownie bites give this white chocolate ice cream base just the right amount of richness.
Bring a taste of New York to your household! Choose your favorite fruit spread, such as strawberry, blueberry, cherry, and more, to create a customized ice cream to your liking.
This recipe is full of the spices and flavor and is easy to make, because it does not require churning like most ice cream recipes do.
A sweet caramel finish meets a hint of salt—you will want a scoop (or two) of this ice cream all summer long.
Upgraded Ice Cream Sandwiches – We know kids love ice cream sandwiches, so these recipes are sure to get the “cool” and children-approved factor!
Candied sprinkles and ice cream in the same sentence–do we need to say more? Yes, because the graham cracker finish provides the sweetness and crunchiness all in one.
This sandwich is definitely “mint to be” for your summer. Combining chocolate chunks with heavy whipping cream and mint extract provides full flavor to this sandwich.
Creative Ice Cream Flavors for the Grown-Ups (or for the kiddos who are not afraid to try new things!)
Another cinnamon recipe to enjoy! This time, the recipe combines roasted bananas and toasted pecans for a smoky and sweet pleasure.
Are you one of those who do actually love coconut? Well, this recipe is for you! Adding fudge gives it that perfect sundae flavor.
We’re bringing Christmas in July in the form of ice cream! So, for those of you who are already starting to countdown to the big holiday, you can at least enjoy this ice cream filled with caramel and eggnog. Please, let’s just enjoy this summer sun for now, though!
Pomegranate and ice cream may be a surprising combination, but the thick pomegranate syrup pairs deliciously with the rich, smooth ice cream.
Fresh strawberries and rhubarb are roasted to bring out their sweetness even more in this delicious recipe. So, sit back and enjoy the taste of summer in a bowl (Erhm. . .or cone!).
Did you try out any of these recipes? Share with us in the comments!