Enjoy homemade ice-cream desserts anytime with these easy and refreshing recipes.
Homemade lemon curd delivers a burst of bright citrus flavor to this simple-to-fix pie, and it can be made up to 2 weeks ahead.
You'll have about ½ cup lemon curd left after making the pie. Serve it alongside the pie, drizzle over fresh fruit, or try
it as a spread on hot biscuits.
This crowd-pleasing cake is topped with whipped cream, crème de menthe chocolates, and, yes, chocolate ganache. If there was
ever a time to eat dessert first, it's with this refreshing cake.
Stirring in marshmallow creme eliminates the traditional use of raw eggs in this light and luscious treat. Look for soft ladyfingers
in the bakery section of the grocery store.
Get your chocolate fix with chocolate-covered coffee beans as the finishing touch on this cool cake.
This kid-friendly dessert uses fresh strawberries, blueberries, bananas and a waffle-cone crust, which make it taste exactly
like a strawberry smoothie.
Coffee and chocolate ice cream come together in this decadent, and surprisingly light dessert. Top it off with rich chocolate
syrup for the perfect garnish.
A salty pretzel crust and sweet strawberry ice cream combine for a unique taste in this frozen treat. Add ½ cup of tequila
to give it an adult-only kick.
Forget the rolling pin and tricked-out lattice topping—just pat the crust in the pan, add a little tropical flair (we're talking
a delicious pineapple-coconut filling here), then bake and chill.
A crisp, over-the-rim graham cracker crust spiked with ground cinnamon and red pepper adds a spicy cowboy kick to this showstopping
pie. Make and freeze it up to one month ahead.
When the mercury begins to rise, this company-worthy blueberry ice-cream pie will soon become your favorite sweet treat.
A little sweet, a little salty, and a little chocolate—all of our favorites come together in this summertime treat.
A crisp chocolate cookie-crumb crust teams up with fresh strawberries and frozen yogurt for the ultimate make-ahead dessert.