5 Unique Flavours We're Dying to Make for National Ice Cream Day
If you hadn't already heard, this Sunday is National Ice Cream Day, a holiday we will have no problem honouring. Though we love a classic sundae or chocolate-and-vanilla cone, this year, we've poked around to find some easy-to-follow and totally delicious homemade ice cream recipes in some pretty standout flavours. From blueberry muffin ice cream to a sweet and salty strawberry-pretzel variety, we're dying to mix up one of the below frozen treats.
Keep scrolling to check them out, and click each photo for the full recipe.
We're down with goat cheese in any form, especially when paired with the sweetness of honey and figs.
This recipe calls for a full batch of your favourite blueberry muffins. It's like the best of both worlds.
Classic salted caramel partners up with rich hazelnut in this new take on an old favourite.
We normally like to pair chocolate with strawberries, but this intriguing combo has us ready to switch things up.
Shop a selection of ice cream makers below so you can whip these recipes up in no time.
What's your favourite unique ice cream flavour? Share with us in the comments!
KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment ($80)
Did you know there is an ice cream maker attachment for your KitchenAid? We were pleasantly surprised as well. The attachment can make up to two quarts of ice cream; just enough to share…maybe.
Cuisinart Ice Cream/Frozen Yogurt Maker ($60)
If you prefer frozen yogurt and sorbet to ice cream, which is understandable, consider this Cuisinart that excels at making both.
Which maker will you use to make your next scoop? Let us know in the comments below.
Cuisinart ICE-50BC Supreme Ice Cream Maker ($314)
An ice cream maker for the pros, this model features a built-in compressor so you don’t have to pre-freeze a canister for hours. It also allows you to make one batch after the next!
The brushed stainless-steel finish on this heavy-duty ice-cream maker is sleek enough to keep it on your countertops constantly. Prepare to whip up a batch of mint chip at the drop of a hat.