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I scream, you scream, we all scream for what? ICE CREAM!!!
Cool and refreshing, nothing beats ice cream on a hot summer day. Whether it’s a reward for your kids or for yourself after a hard day, ice cream is a special treat that I have a hard time turning down.
I’ve got 5 twists on ice cream that will make sure you never grow tired of your favorite cool treat.
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1) New Recipe! Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream Sandwiches
These Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwiches take the idea of a classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich and turn it into ice cream form. How cute are they?
Just mix some softened vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt with a little peanut butter and spread it into a baking dish to harden up.
Once it’s firm, cut it into squares and sandwich your ice cream with a smidgen of jelly in between two Nature Valley Peanut Butter Thins.
Eat them right away or wrap them in plastic wrap to grab whenever you need a snack.
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2) No-Fry Fried Ice Cream
I love fried ice cream but not all the calories that are in it. This “fake-out” fried ice cream still has all of the crunch and cinnamon goodness that the traditional ice cream has but without all of the fuss of frying.
3) S’mores Ice Cream
Bring the campfire to you with this S’mores Ice Cream. No ice cream machine needed to create creamy, s'moresy (yes, I think I just made up that word) ice cream.
4) Banana Split Ice Cream Pie
A banana split turned into a pie…yes, please! Yum, yum…give me some.
5) Cookie Dough Ice Cream Dessert
Although I love ice cream, cookies and cookie dough may hold the title for my favorite dessert. So put them together and it’s pretty much game over, I surrender.
So many great ideas and so little time to eat them!!!
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How do you like to eat your ice cream? In a cone, bowl or shake?