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Also, we want to be in Thailand, but oh well

It's a particularly disgusting day in New York (although it looks like it's stopped snowing), but even so, we're really itching to try these instant ice cream rolls from Thailand.

MMA fighter Mike Swick ended up in Phuket, Thailand, and stumbled across an ice cream stand that wasn't just scooping ice cream into cones. Instead, these vendors were creating instant ice cream rolls, taking the instant ice cream concept from liquid nitrogen fiends everywhere and mashing it up with Cold Stone creamery-esque concoctions.

Watch below as a vendor smashes a banana, adds some strawberries, and then mixes it up with chocolate ice cream crème anglaise over what looks like a freezing work surface. The ice cream slowly freezes as it touches the work surface, incorporates the banana and strawberries, and eventually gets layered out into a giant rectangle, ready to become perfectly-formed cylinders of ice cream. Can anyone fly us off to Thailand now?


Easy Ice Cream Rolls

In this instructable I will show you how to make Ice Cream Rolls. Homemade Ice Cream rolls are pretty easy to make, although they can be a bit tricky at times. Ice Cream Rolls originated in Thailand, and over there they call them "stir fried ice cream." Some day I will visit there and try real "Thai" Ice cream rolls, but for now I will make them at home. If I can make these, you can make these, let's get started!

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If you have any questions or comments, put them down below and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Follow the easy steps below or watch the video tutorial, or do both!


It’s Crazy How Fast These Frozen Desserts Caught On

It was always ice cream’s destiny to end up universally beloved, but ever wondered where ice cream came from—who invented it, and how it used to be served and sold? And what about Popsicles? Here’s a brief history of ice cream and other frozen desserts in America.

Ice cream is never boring, even when we’re scooping vanilla—the world’s most popular flavor by a landslide. But we’ve swirled wayyy past vanilla with our crazy concoctions of America’s favorite frozen dessert. From the jet-black activated charcoal ice cream at Prohibition Creamery in Austin, Texas, to the cornbread and beer ice creams of OddFellows in NYC, we like it weird. We see these Instagram sensations like Black Tap‘s over-the-top milkshakes that have cakes, cookies, and candies towering on top of the glass and then all those health-oriented “nice” creams substituting cream and sugar for bananas, coconut cream, almond milk, and anything other than dairy. We love to lap up every cool treat trend along the way.

When was ice cream invented (as we know it)?

The earliest ice cream we have on record hails from the 4th Century B.C., according to ThoughtCo.—and The Old Farmer’s Almanac (among other sources) places the likely origins of ice cream in ancient China.

But it was White House chef Augustus Jackson who popularized the creamy, cold, sweet stuff in the United States in 1832. Jackson figured out how to package ice cream in tin cans to distribute to African-American-owned ice cream parlors. He was dubbed the Father of Ice Cream, even though he didn’t invent it or patent his process or flavors.

What about other frozen desserts?

Besides ice cream, there are so many other kinds of frozen treats: Frozen custard, sherbet, sorbet, gelato, frozen yogurt, nice cream, shaved ice, Popsicles, snow cones, Italian ice, push-pops, Thai rolled ice cream, and mochi ice cream balls for instance.

Take snow cones: In 1919, Samuel “King Sammie” Bert of East Dallas began selling the icy treats at the State Fair of Texas, according to the History Channel. The next year, he patented his ice crusher machine, and by the early 1950s, he was selling an estimated 1 million snow cones a year at his stand.

A slight variation to the snow cone, shaved ice thrives especially in Hawaii, and former Pres. Barack Obama loves it (drop the “d” in Hawaii, though call it shave ice). Unlike the crushed ice of snow cones, shaved ice is fluffier and holds more syrup. That started during the Industrial Revolution about 1845, when wagons carried ice from New York to the South, distributing ice shavings to kids in Baltimore, Maryland, where they added syrup. In New Orleans, Louisiana, Hansen’s Sno-Bliz was the first to operate an electric ice-shaving machine when it opened in 1939, selling the treats for 2 cents each. Two cents: Can you imagine?!


12 Great Ice Cream Cookbooks for the Best Frozen Desserts

Whether you&rsquore looking for for decadent salted caramel or a refreshing sorbet, these cookbooks have you covered for all your frozen dessert needs.

If you’re thinking of topping off your summer afternoon (or wintry evening) with some homemade ice cream, there are plenty of incredible recipes to make that happen. From simple vanilla bean and chocolate varieties to complex and beautiful ice cream flavors like rosewater and saffronਊnd vanilla-almond with cherries and pistachios, your ice cream maker will be put to good use this season (pro tip: this is our favorite ice cream scoop).

If you’re looking for inspiration or to try something new and delicious, these books are full of recipes for frozen desserts from gelato to frozen yogurt, ice cream sundaes to sorbet and everything in between. Grab some great dessert bowls and your favorite toppings and get to making cold treats from these ice cream cookbooks right away.


Some of the ice cream treats listed here, like Ice Cream Sandwiches are very simple and a child would have fun making it by themselves.

Some of the desserts are a little more complicated and time consuming. Fried ice cream, for example is easy, yet time consuming – but, oh, so worth it!

Don’t let the more in-depth nature of some of these ice cream recipes scare you away.

Each one is well worth the effort…and, like for me, with fried ice cream – you might just say – “Where, oh, where have you been all my life!”

Submit Your Favorite Recipe

Do you have a favorite Ice Cream Dessert recipe that you’re willing to share? We’d love to try it!


Ice Cream Recipe

Want to churn out your own ice cream from scratch? Choose your favorite flavor. Each recipe includes a Philadelphia Style (ice cream without eggs) and a Custard Style (ice cream with eggs)

Ice Cream Drink Recipes

From milkshakes, to floats, to slushies – these ice cream drinks are refreshing on a hot summer day!

Desserts with Ice Cream

This is the catch all ice cream category that fits all those delicious ice cream desserts that don’t fit into any other category. Think fried ice cream, ice cream sandwiches, mochi, and more!

Ice Cream Sundae Recipes

Love yourself an ice cream sundae? We do too. Check out our many ice cream sundae recipes!

Ice Cream Cake Recipes

You’ll find ice cream cakes and pies of all kinds. Simple, chocolatey, or fruity – they are your to try and enjoy!

Our Recipes

At Serving Ice Cream, we understand that ice cream should be added to the list of essential food! Our range of ice cream recipes, frozen desserts and sorbets are perfect accompaniments for a hot summer day. Regardless of whether you are making ice cream from the scratch, putting together a semifreddo or jazzing up vanilla ice cream, we have a perfect recipe to please your taste buds.

If you are new to ice cream making or wish to get started, we have different types of chocolate ice cream recipes, vanilla ice cream recipes, flavored ice cream recipe, more. In case you are a an ice cream making pro, we have got lots of unique and different recipes that will help you treat your taste buds and expand your horizons.

Submit an Ice Cream Recipe

We hope you enjoy each one of these recipes. If you have an ice cream recipe that you and your family love, we’d be excited to hear about it! We’re always very enthusiastic to try new frosty treats…especially if it is someone’s favorite! So feel free to submit your own recipe. We’d love to hear about what you’re churning out in your home!

Thanks to all who have already submitted their recipes! We love them!

So what are you waiting for? Pick a recipe…grab the ingredients…and start churning out some ice cream!


Roasted Apricot and Honey Ice Cream

A light and creamy frozen dessert, sweetened with honey and brown sugar and flavored with roasted apricots.

I realize it’s not summer for everyone right now, and I apologize to those of you who have to put up with all of these ice cream posts during the winter. But ice cream is all I want to eat. And popsicles, and sundaes, and banana splits, and snow cones. I would dive head first into a slurpee right now.

Subsequently, my ice cream machine is working overtime lately and this roasted apricot and honey ice cream is my latest creation.

Apricots are abundant right now in Utah. I picked up a bunch while at the farmers market on Saturday and I’m wishing now that I got a whole box.

I’ve had apricots here and there all my life, but I’ve just recently fallen in love with them. On the other hand, I’m not the biggest fan of the flavor of honey. It’s a little harsh on its own for my tastes. But put the two together and I’ve found a winning combo.

A scoop of something sweet and cold each day will help ease me through the stifling heat of the next few months. I’m counting on it. What do you crave during the summer?


Lemon-Lime Ice Cream

Remember when I mentioned the other day that I tend to go on a lemon and/or lime frenzy during the hot summer months?

Today I bring you Lemon-Lime Ice Cream, a childhood favorite, that I’m so excited to share with you.

This ice cream is so refreshing, it’s perfect for these hot summer days that we’re all probably experiencing right now. My mom found this recipe in the newspaper probably 30+ years ago and I’m pretty sure she probably still has the original newspaper clipping of it. It’s one that my whole family loves.

I forget how much I love it until I make it, take a bite and then I’m asking myself why I don’t make it more often.

The other night we scooped some of this ice cream into waffle cones and now we’ve all decided there is no going back and we don’t know if we can ever eat homemade ice cream again without a waffle cone, especially this lemon-lime ice cream. #waffleconesforever


How to make homemade ice cream sandwiches

The process is pretty simple. First, make the “bread” for the sandwich. This recipe is adapted slightly from King Arthur Flour and is sort of like a soft, cake-like cookie. The cookie part of an ice cream sandwich needs to be very soft, otherwise it will be impossible to bite through once frozen. A soft shell ensures that you’ll be able to sink your teeth right into it along with the ice cream.

The batter needs to be spread out onto a parchment lined sheet pan as smoothly and evenly as possible, as it doesn’t spread at all during baking. I’ve found this to be the most difficult part of the job, as it’s not the easiest batter to spread. Do the best you can. At the end of the day, it really doesn’t matter – they’re still going to taste incredible.

Once baked – it only takes 10 minutes! – you have the option of using a fork to poke holes in the top to mimic the old school ice cream sandwich appearance. I did it here for visual effect, but I probably wouldn’t again. I think it’s kind of a stupid step, but the choice is yours! Slice the sheet cookie into two perfectly even halves (this is important), then wrap them tightly and freeze until solid. Now it’s time to fill!


Banana Ice Cream – 4 Easy (and Delicious) Ways

This funny (and wise!) group of women who spend their lunch-hours water-walking in the lazy river all while soaking up the sunshine and chatting about life. I love hanging out with them and always head home with a big smile and warm heart

They're a treasure trove of stories, a wealth of great information, and such an inspiration for a life well lived

Most are in their 60s and 70s and go by the titles of mother, grandmother, and friend. They're so full of life and have spirits that are peaceful and content.

A few of their best tips from the summer of 2016?

Making a pie crust? Add vodka. Funniest name for a pet? Milkshake (the cat). The best potato salad? No to the Mayo, yes to Miracle Whip. It also has to be mustardy with eggs, onions, and a splash of pickle juice. Have you tried Ina Garten's? Why in the world would someone deviate?

And the books on their nightstand

Thought it might be fun to share a few of their funny tips and tricks that I've collected so far this summer. I hope they'll leave you with a smile as big as mine

In need of a great summer rosé? Bon Appetit's wine editor has just the recommendation (and a new book coming out in only a few weeks!)

In want of a good raisin? They claim there's nothing better than Dole. Although they've found themselves in a terrible quandary, they're nearly impossible to find in grocery stores and “There's no way I'll pay five dollars for a bag online(!)” Oh no, what's happened to the Dole Raisin?

The best beach towel? Turkish towels, they get softer with every washing and are dry in no time

In need of a good workout? They'll invite you to a morning class. But whatever you do, don't hide out in the back row. “It's reserved for the back-stander ladies. They've been going to the fitness center since the day it opened and the back row is their spot. Oh, and they won't let you turn on the fans(!)”

The less than $2 meal they all swear by? Arby's sliders. Every afternoon between 2 – 5 pm .. Arby's offers a Happy Hour of sorts. Everything on their slider menu is $1. I kid you not yesterday they stocked their freezers with sliders for the month. “It's the perfect meal for one. Add a piece of fruit or a veggie and you're good to go.”

What does one do at home on a Sunday morning while eating spicy eggs with rice? Listen to crime and murder podcasts (of course!) A couple of their favorites? In the Dark .. My Favorite Murder .. and Crimetown

And if you're looking for a great read to tuck in your pool bag .. they've got you covered

Hillbilly Elegy – One of the best books when it comes to understanding where we are as a country. I've spent most of the last 2 days reading it and I can't stop thinking about it

Option B – Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant tell the stories of others — a painter who is deaf and blind, a woman who had a teenage pregnancy — who have triumphed over adversity. “Resilience is not a fixed personality trait,” they write “It’s a lifelong project”

The Rules Do Not Apply – Ariel Levy had it all until then she didn't. Then she wrote a book about it .. without any neat endings. It's messy and sometimes troubling but also sweet and exhilarating

Anything is Possible – Like her Pulitzer prize-winning book (and HBO miniseries) Olive Kitteridge, Elizabeth Strout’s new novel feels almost like a collection of short stories. Each chapter spotlights a different resident of Amgash, Illinois, a small town where everyone is connected to each other

Theft By Finding Diaries (1977-2002) – A collection of moments pulled from the diaries Sedaris wrote between 1977 and 2002. Certainly, he includes some of the bigger moments like the death of his mother or meeting his longtime partner Hugh. But most of the entries are quieter moments in which Sedaris writes about cleaning houses for a living, doing drugs and observing patrons at IHOP

And then there was this ice cream. A rich, decadent, ultimately satisfying dessert

This outrageously easy “ice cream” is just the sort of dessert to please everyone in the house .. the vegans .. the lactose-intolerant .. the paleo enthusiasts .. the picky children. Just toss four frozen bananas into a blender and give it a good whirl.

If you like soft-serve consistency, eat it right away (and adding a few tablespoons of milk or nut milk to the blender wouldn't hurt, but it isn't necessary). For more traditional scoops, freeze it in an airtight container and dole out as you would the Ben & Jerry's. Also, consider adding some different twists:

Strawberry/raspberry ice cream
Prepare as directed, except add 1/2 cup each, strawberries and raspberries and reduce the coconut milk to 2 Tbsp

Peanut Butter ice cream
Prepare as directed, except add 1/4 cup peanut butter (or other nut butter) and reduce the coconut milk to 2 Tbsp

Chocolate ice cream
Prepare as directed, except add 2 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder and reduce the coconut milk to 2 Tbsp. A few chopped almonds would also be a great addition


The Peppermint Joe Joe's Ice Cream is another severely underrated seasonal treat. Maybe it's because this flavor only available around Christmas, but this flavor does not get the hype that it should receive. Everyone loves cookies and cream ice cream, and this flavor takes cookies and cream to new heights with a tough a peppermint flavor. It's like a perfect mix between mint chocolate chip and cookies and cream.

If more people ate bon bons, the world would be a better place. If more people ate bon bons WITH ice cream, the world would be the perfect place. Luckily, Trader Joe's makes this easy by providing one of the best little bites around: Vanilla Ice Cream Bon Bons. These tiny treats are basically chocolate covered bites of creamy ice cream with a soft chocolate bottom. The word "bon bon" actually refers to any chocolate covered treat.

If you don't already have an obsession with good ol' TJ's, purchasing any of the items on this list will start you on your path to Trader Joe's addiction. Next time you are wandering the aisles do yourself a favor and toss one (or two) of these treats into your basket.


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Comments:

  1. Tonio

    I apologize, but this one completely different. Who else can say what?

  2. Macnachtan

    the choice is difficult for you

  3. Akirn

    Notable topic

  4. Tegore

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