These no-cook desserts feature ice cream, sherbet, banana pudding and a tangy pie.
These simple pies are fit for any occasion. Try one of our combos below, or choose your own adventure by mixing and matching
flavors. Simply pick a cookie crust, add a homemade ice cream and top with sweetened whipped cream and summer fruit or sundae
toppings. Just be sure to freeze the pie after adding each layer to ensure easy assembly and a layered look.
A new freezer favorite has arrived. One genius (and easy!) master recipe and four over-the-top variations provide an endless
array of sweet and creamy ideas. The secret to these dreamy treats? Soft-baked cookies from your bakery. Go large or small—just
don't go with the crunchy kind.
Many homemade ice cream recipes require cooking a custard base, but this easy peach ice cream is made from sweetened condensed
milk, evaporated milk, whole milk, and fresh peaches.
This super easy banana pudding calls for just four ingredients: a banana, thawed whipping topping, prepared vanilla pudding,
and vanilla wafers.
For a homemade look, freeze crust for five minutes, and then slip it into your favorite pie plate before adding filling.
Velvety ice cream meets the sweet, juiciness of strawberries in this frozen summer treat. Serve it in ice cream sundae glasses
for a parlor-perfect presentation.
Combine seasonal fresh figs and chopped fresh mint in this unique, no-cook, egg-free homemade ice cream.
This frozen dessert comes together quickly then just needs a little time to set in the freezer. Use premium-quality ice cream
for rich, luscious results.
Four fresh ingredients are all you need to make a refreshing frozen sherbet dessert tonight. In a pinch, substitute frozen
strawberries for fresh.
Serve with fresh raspberries or blackberries, pressed between graham crackers or gingersnaps, or on its own for a tangy treat.
Powdered sugar dissolves almost instantly when stirred into berries, while granulated sugar needs stand time. We chose powdered
for this quick-to-put-together recipe.
Fresh fruit makes for a refreshing dessert recipe sure to satisfy everyone at your table.
We tried using both sugar-free instant and regular pudding mixes. To our surprise, we preferred the flavor of the sugar-free.
Recipe: Chocolate Parfaits
While a bit unexpected, this duo creates a flavorful combination. Consisting of only five ingredients, this refreshing treat
is also simple to make.
There are crisp Italian cookies also called ladyfingers, but be sure to use soft ones in this recipe. Look for them in the
bakery or produce section of your supermarket.
Layers of tangy-sweet Key lime custard and graham crackers stack up to make one quick and easy layer cake with just enough
pucker to take the heat off summer. Add the lime juice once you've fully cooked the custard to let the cornstarch thicken
the mixture properly.