“It wouldn’t be the Fourth of July for our family without this special treat,” writes Alice Hicken of Heber City, Utah. “Even though electric models make it easier, I still prefer to hand-crank ice cream.”
An original recipe of mine, this cool and crunchy concoction has won prizes in a couple of recipe contests. Everyone agrees the fun mix of chocolate, crushed cookies, whipping cream and nuts makes a tempting alternative to ice cream.
Served between your favorite bakery cookies, the easy ice cream in this recipe makes an irresistible dessert. The recipe from our Test Kitchen comes together in a matter of minutes, then cools in your freezer for yummy enjoyment any time.
The original recipe for this fabulous dessert was absolute heaven—until it came to stepping on the scale! Now the fat's been cut by over half, the calories reduced, and your taste buds will never even know the difference! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Being slightly diabetic and able to control it with my diet, I've learned to satisfy my sweet tooth with a number of different desserts. This ice cream is my latest recipe. It's low in sugar - but you wouldn't know it by its smooth texture and delicious taste. You'll love it even if you don't need to watch your sugar intake.
Hand out these dipped delights, and they'll disappear lickety-split! Crafting Traditions' kitchen staff made the ice cream extra-special by topping it with melted white chocolate. What's more, they sprinkled on chocolate shavings.