Cool Down With These 10 Irresistible Summer Ice Cream Recipes


It’s universally accepted to eat ice cream after every meal in the summer, right? In our dreams! However, National Ice Cream Day is on Sunday, so there’s at least one excuse (as if we needed any) to indulge in this cold, tasty treat this weekend. We’ve tried our hand at making ice cream already (see what we whipped up here) this summer, but seem to be stumbling across the most irresistible ice cream treats on Pinterest as of late. We’ve done you a favor and are sharing them all here. Enjoy!

Cool Down With These 10 Irresistible Summer Ice Cream RecipesCappuccino Daim Ice Cream Sandwiches: Inspired by the Dairy Queen Blizzard, these ice cream sandwiches are an indulgent treat you can keep in your freezer all summer long.

Churro Milkshakes With Dulce De Leche: We’ve heard of many different milkshake flavors, but never a churro one! We can’t wait to whip this up (P.S. Trader Joe’s now sells churros in the frozen section).
Peanut Butter & Jelly Ice Cream Sandwiches: Elevate this classic combo to an ice cream treat your kids are bound to love.
Homemade Froyo + Waffle Cones: Opt for a lighter dessert with this recipe that combines yogurt and coconut milk—yum!
S’more Ice Cream Sandwiches: Upgrade your s’mores this summer with a scoop of ice cream!

Mango Creamsicle Milkshake: Nothing says childhood summer like a creamsicle. Try this updated version, which blends mango chunks and creamy vanilla ice cream.

Cold-Pressed Coffee + Cream Popsicles: Need an afternoon pick-me-up? Try this popsicle treat made with iced coffee!

Pistachio Gelato: When all else fails, stick with a classic like this gelato!

Cookie Dough Ice Cream Sandwich Bites: This may be our most popular recipe ever, and for good reason!

Vegan Strawberry Shortbread Ice Cream: Looking for a dairy-free option? Try this vegan strawberry ice cream with a shortbread crumble!

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Author: Caitlin Kruse