Articles & Recipes

Orange (Carrot) Less-Drip Ice Pops
Unless your kids are carrot lovers, just call these orange ice pops — they’ll never know the difference. The pops are bright orange, sweet and a good healthy treat, says author of 200 Best Ice Pop Recipes, Andrew Chase. More »
Avocado Ice Pops
In Mexico and other parts of Central America, avocados are sometimes used in sweets. This use certainly won’t seem strange to Filipino, Vietnamese and Indonesian people, who primarily enjoy the fruit over shaved ice with sweetened condensed milk or in milkshakes, says author of 200 Best Ice Pop... More »
Blueberry Ginger Ice
It seems not to matter whether you use fresh or thawed frozen blueberries in this recipe, according to Marilyn Linton and Tanya Linton, authors of The Ice Cream Bible. You can omit the chopped mint if you prefer. For a perfect red, white and blue holiday dessert, serve a scoop of this ice with a... More »
Honey, Lemon and Thyme Ice Cream
Steeping the thyme in the cream mixture brings out the subtle taste of this favorite summer herb. More »
Dulce de Leche Ice Cream
Dulce de leche, a traditional Latin American topping, has found a place on many desserts, such as this ice cream. It’s not just fun to eat but also fun to make because it’s so easy — all you have to do is stir the sweetened condensed milk. You won’t believe that the caramel is made from that one... More »