These fabulous Pizzelles are from Whole Foods. They come in a few different flavors – these are vanilla. They make THE best ice cream sandwiches, especially if you love ice-cream cones. The ones pictured above have one scoop each in them, but two scoops might even be better, if you know what I mean…
Brownie sandwiches? Why not. Any cookie for that matter. These have cookies & cream inside. And they
are were every bit as good as you might imagine.
Everybody loves homemade ice cream, but not everybody relishes the thought of making it happen in their own kitchen, it just sounds like such a hassle.
It is not the production that it used to be, and this wonderful Cuisinart ice cream/sorbet/yogurt maker is well priced right now. The bowl lives in the refrigerator so you are less than an hour away from ice cream at all times.
*Bonus idea* if you ever make creme anglaise, make extra– to put in your ice cream maker. Soooo good…
These Williams Sonoma ice cream starters add choice to the last-minute whim of ice cream… they are #$%# good , too! Stock up while you can though bc this is a seasonal item.
For the purists who like to do everything from scratch, you may want to try my childhood all time favorite,
Peach Ice Cream. It will transport you to the deep south. In a good way. This incredible ice cream reminds me of growing up in New Orleans, impatiently waiting for the old timey ice and salt ice cream maker to slowly churn to perfection.
Another favorite, which is in the latest Traditional Home Great Kitchens issue, is Lemon Custard, and WOW is it good. My neighbors agree. <–Just be sure to double the recipe on this one. It is a little more labor intensive than the others we have gone over today, but still well worth it.
OK, so here is where I end my ice cream ramble. What are your favorite ice cream flavors and ice cream memories?