10 Tasty Desserts That Start with Store-Bought Ice Cream

A chocolate cookie crust, chocolate and vanilla ice cream, caramel and pecans make up this incredible Turtle Ice Cream Dessert! It’s super easy to make and is the perfect treat to cool down with!

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This dessert, you guys. It’s so so soooo delicious!!! In fact, it’s so good, I couldn’t even write this blog post without grabbing some from the freezer, adding a drizzle of caramel and devouring it.

And as I finish up my ice cream dessert, I’m trying to figure out what I just love so much about it. Here’s my conclusion: EVERYTHING. It’s got just the right amount of chocolate, it has texture, the perfect balance of sweet and salty, and it’s so pretty!! (Sounds shallow I know, but you eat with your eyes first, right?! ;))

What’s better than your favorite after-dinner treat? That treat topped with a scoop of ice cream. Check out some of our best a la mode desserts.

I found this strawberry rhubarb crisp recipe on a box of Quaker Oats about 20 years ago. It’s quick and easier to make than pie. It’s versatile, too, because you can add strawberries in spring or apples in fall. I usually pop it into the oven shortly before we sit down to eat so it’s still warm for dessert! —C.E. Adams, Charlestown, New Hampshire

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Dutch Oven Chocolate Dump Cake

Looking for a quick dessert that will make people think you spent all day in the kitchen? This Dutch oven dump cake will wow your guests. Feel free to use your favorite pie filling in place of cherry. — Rashanda Cobbins, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Berry Bliss Cobbler

A little bit sweet, a little bit tart, topped off with golden, sugar-kissed biscuits, this cobbler is summer perfection. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Fudgy Peanut Butter Cake

I clipped this easy peanut butter cake recipe from a newspaper years ago. The house smells fantastic while it’s slow cooking. My husband and son enjoy the cake with ice cream and nuts on top. —Bonnie Evans, Norcross, Georgia

Air-Fryer Pear Pot Pies

I love to make pot pies when pears are in season. I love them so much more than apples because they have a better flavor. —Bee Engelhart, Bloomfield Township, Michigan

Molasses-Graham Cracker Puddings

When I was in college, I frequently had dinner with a relative after a night class. The restaurant we went to had a graham cracker pudding and I always ordered it. Recently, I adapted several recipes to re-create that pudding from years ago. —Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas

Slow-Cooker Peach Cobbler

Unlike conventional cobblers, the “topping” of this Crock-Pot peach cobbler is on the bottom. Placing the batter underneath the peaches helps it cook through evenly in the slow cooker. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Skillet Stout Brownies

These stout brownies are so rich and fudgy. I love how quickly they come together. They’re perfect for a busy weeknight. —Mandy Naglich, New York, New York

Whether you’re after a crowd-pleasing cooling treat for the summer months or a spectacular dinner party pud, ice cream desserts tick a lot of boxes. Super impressive-looking yet easy to make in advance, they’re great for special occasions.

Rustle up an epic ice cream cake to take your party up a notch, or knock out an Italian-inspired semifreddo that’s sure to wow your guests. After a family favourite? Introduce the kids to a retro Arctic roll, or keep them busy over the by getting them to help you whip up a batch of sundaes. Whether you want to go all out and make your own ice cream, or just fancy a simple assembly job, we’ve got you covered. Check out our favourite ice cream dessert recipes below.

Master these soft, pillowy brioche buns and you’ll never look back. Serve warm filled with your favourite ice cream – think classic vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, salted caramel or lemon. Top with a handful of seasonal berries or nuts to take these little beauties to the next level. If brioche isn’t your thing, whip up a cake batter instead

Inspired by a classic Italian dessert, this chocolate semifreddo is a proper party centrepiece, yet only uses six ingredients. If you want to go all-out, make your own for a next-level topping. Chocolate not quite your thing? Try this Frozen cranberry cranachan

After a last-minute dinner party dessert or a fun pud to make with the kids? This 5-ingredient twist on a classic Eton mess is sure to go down a storm – we’ve just swapped the cream for ice cream. If you can buy raspberries and blueberries when they’re in season during the summer months, it’ll make all the difference to the flavour.

Who doesn’t love a good retro dessert? With two types of ice cream and bashed up chocolate bars rolled up inside a marbled sponge, this is a thing of sheer joy. Top with whatever berries are in season – think strawberries, blackberries or raspberries. Sweet and sour, crunchy and soft, this is a guaranteed hit with kids and adults alike.

Ice cream is not just for summer – and this frozen dessert proves it. If you’re entertaining during the colder months, this get-ahead pud works a charm. Swap the panettone for a , if you like, and feel free to leave out the Vin Santo if kids will be tucking in too.

Nothing says celebration like an ice cream cake, and this one seriously delivers on the flavour-front. Three layers of your favourite ice cream sandwiched between a chocolatey sponge, yes please! It looks ridiculously impressive, but is actually super simple to make.

Starring a homemade banana ice cream that has rum and raisin vibes, these nostalgic sundaes make the perfect dinner party pudding. Plus, it couldn’t be easier to get ahead by prepping these the day before. You can ditch the rum for elderflower cordial, if you like.

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Sure, you can eat it out of the carton. (No judgement here!) Or you can make a cake, a sandwich, a shake, truffles—or even s’mores!

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Who doesn’t love ice cream on a balmy day? From ice cream cakes and sandwiches to ice cream s’mores, these cool recipes are perfect for a hot summer night—or, honestly, pretty much anytime. And if you want to be a little bit extra? You can even make your own homemade ice cream to create these dreamy, creamy ice cream desserts.

Ice Cream S’mores

What would make the campfire dessert even better? Try it with a little vanilla ice cream inside.

Mexican “Fried” Ice Cream

The secret to avoiding melting this fun treat? Cook up the crispy coating in advance, let it cool, then roll scoops of vanilla ice cream in the mixture..

PB&J Ice Cream Sandwiches

Feel like a kid again with this ice cream dessert that plays on the classic lunchbox sandwich. Freeze-dried strawberries and chopped peanuts add a satisfying crunch.

Chocolate Caramel Ice Cream Pie

Nutella’s chocolate hazelnut spread and a pre-made chocolate cookie pie crust make this recipe as easy as it is delicious.

Melted Ice Cream Whoopie Pies

This childhood favorite looks like French macarons and tastes like heaven.

Easy Ice Cream Cake

This ice cream cake comes together super fast—just layer in ice cream sandwiches and sweetened whipped cream.

Honeydew and Blackberry Ice Cream Sundaes

Sesame-almond brittle and honeydew melon give the standard sundae a serious upgrade.

Tiramisu Ice Pops

These boozy pops are made with mascarpone cheese, sugar, and heavy cream. As you would with the actual dessert, add espresso and rum to half. Then layer in ice pop molds.

Tropical Creamsicle Smoothie

You’ll blend together mango and carrots in this smoothie that’s full of probiotics, vitamins, and nutrients.

Peanut Butter Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Homemade peanut butter cookies are the perfect salty-sweet foil to vanilla ice cream.

Butterscotch Bananas With Vanilla Ice Cream

You’ll need a match or lighter for this dish, as it requires lighting up the rum-soaked bananas!

Cantaloupe-Coconut Ice Pops

Use an ice pop mold to make these treats, starting with cantaloupe on the bottom and topping that with a sweet basil-coconut cream. Sprinkle on some toasted coconut and freeze!

Mint Chip Ice Cream Pie

A chocolate Rice Krispie crust is the perfect foil for mint chip ice cream. If you really want to wow your guests, DIY your own mint chip ice cream.

Frozen Banana Ice Cream

Overly ripened, frozen bananas are the sweet secret behind this delicious non-dairy dessert.

Strawberry Ice Cream Cake

Fresh strawberries give this frozen dessert extra sweetness.

Vanilla Mango Ice Cream Cake

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Layers of mango sorbet, vanilla ice cream, and chocolate cookie crumbs make for a crowd-pleasing ice cream dessert.

Photo: Joy Howard

Ice cream desserts make great treats on hot summer days. While ice cream is a great dessert on its own, it can also add a refreshing layer of flavor to cakes, pies, cookies, and floats. These recipes will help you turn store-bought ice cream into showstopping desserts. Of course, you can use homemade ice cream when making these recipes if you prefer, but the pre-packaged version can help save you some time when pulling these ice cream desserts together.

Desserts made with ice cream also make great make-ahead options for summer parties because they need to be frozen and can be stored in the freezer until it’s time to serve dessert. Plus, many of these desserts can be made without having to turn on the oven. Read on to find our best desserts that are made with ice cream to try now.

Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Recipe: Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches

Boxed brownie mix and a store-bought ice cream help this homemade dessert come together easily. Once made, have fun rolling the edges in colorful sprinkles.

Strawberry Crunch Ice Cream Cake

Recipe: Strawberry Crunch Ice Cream Cake

Instead of baking, this pretty layer cake just requires freezing to take shape. The secret crunch? Crispy rice cereal and freeze-dried strawberries.

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Recipe: Blackberry Floats

This refreshing dessert drink comes together in just 5 minutes.

Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Bars

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Recipe: Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Bars

You’ll need just five ingredients to pull together these ice cream bars.

Red Velvet Ice-Cream Cake

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Recipe: Red Velvet Ice-Cream Cake

Red Velvet Cake is given a summer makeover with the addition of ice cream and fresh berries.

No-Bake Peanut Butter-Fudge Ice-Cream Pie

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Recipe: No-Bake Peanut Butter-Fudge Ice-Cream Pie

Not only does this pie not require any baking, it is also a great make-ahead option since it has to be frozen for at least 8 hours and up to 24 before serving.

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Recipe: Frozen Lemonade

We made lemonade even more refreshing with the addition of vanilla ice cream.

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice-Cream Cake

Recipe: Mint Chocolate Chip Ice-Cream Cake

Mint chocolate chip ice cream, Devil’s food cake, and chocolate mints come together create a colorful dessert that mint chocolate fans will love.

Buckeye Ice Cream Sandwich

Recipe: Buckeye Ice Cream Sandwich

Peanut butter and chocolate are always a decadent duo. The convenience of store-bought ingredients help this dessert come together easily.

Bourbon Ice Cream Float

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Recipe: Bourbon Ice Cream Float

Let guests choose the carbonated beverage of their choice to make these boozy floats.

From ice cream pie to no-churn ice cream, these are the best ice cream desserts to keep you cool in the heat or to enjoy at any time of the year.

There’s something about homemade ice cream desserts that just bring that flavor to the next level and let you experiment with mix-ins and flavors.

You can also make some of the ice cream milkshakes and ice cream pies with store bought ice cream if you’re short on time or making it with the kids and don’t feel like ice cream all over your kitchen.

Get ready to dig into these amazing desserts with ice cream and let us help you find your new favorite recipe with this list!


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Homemade Pistachio Cardamom Ice Cream

This homemade ice cream is super easy, no churn kulfi, full of pistachio and cardamom flavor!

No ice cream maker needed! No churn!

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Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Cake

Make your own easy layered ice cream cake at home with store-bought ice cream, gooey hot fudge, creamy whipped cream topping, and plenty of Oreos in each bite.

Banoffee Ice Cream Pie

Banoffee Ice Cream Pie is a decadent frozen layered dessert with banana, dulce de leche, and vanilla ice creams, crunchy almonds, and toffee bits in a sweet and salty graham cracker crust.

Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches

These waffle ice cream sandwiches might be a treat for special occasions but they are still so worth making!

This recipe, with homemade waffles, drizzled dulce de leche and filled with creamy ice cream will make you a believer!

French toast ice cream

Flavored with brown sugar, nutmeg, maple syrup, and vanilla, this buttery homemade custard style ice cream tastes like lazy mornings spent lingering over a plate full of maple syrup and butter drenched French toast.

Black Forest Ice Cream Cake

This Black Forest ice cream cake has a rich, fudgy brownie layer topped with kirsch infused cherry sauce, then a layer of vanilla ice cream.

Then finished with dark chocolate ganache and fresh cherries! It’s an indulgent treat that’s surprisingly easy to make and assemble!

Blackberry and Chocolate Chunk Ice Cream

Easy, creamy, No-Churn Blackberry and Chocolate Chunk Ice Cream.

Made with fresh blackberries, this easy summer recipe is the perfect homemade summer dessert.

Homemade ice cream sandwiches that start with my classic foolproof brownies recipe.

This brownie ice cream sandwich recipe is a delicious summertime treat.

Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream

Homemade strawberry ice cream is naturally flavored with fresh strawberries.

The churned ice cream is silky smooth and creamy!

Snickerdoodle Ice Cream Sandwiches

There is nothing better than classic, chewy snickerdoodle cookies with sweet cream ice cream.

These are the perfect summer treat, full of sugar, cinnamon and sweet cream flavor!

Homemade Black Cherry Ice Cream

This is the BEST homemade black cherry ice cream recipe that is made with just 4 ingredients.

This easy no churn ice cream recipe takes just 15 minutes to prep for a creamy and delicious treat that is perfect for Summer.

Cinnamon Swirl Ice Cream

This easy homemade cinnamon ice cream is smooth, creamy and perfect for adding to all your seasonal cobblers and cakes.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake

This chocolate peanut butter milkshake is such a quick and easy treat to whip up.

Guava Ice Cream

No-churn homemade Guava ice cream is a delicious Indian dessert recipe made with condensed milk and guavas. Perfect for any time of the year!

A simple, quick, and easy recipe that will make you love guavas even more!

Chocolate Toffee Ice Cream

Summertime is the perfect time for ice cream!

This no-churn chocolate toffee ice cream is super easy to make, and it’s topped with a delicious homemade chocolate sauce!

Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream

What could possibly be better than the combination of ice cream and cheesecake?

This incredibly easy homemade Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream recipe uses only a few ingredients and makes the most delicious and creamy ice cream ever.

Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream

Vegan orange creamsicle ice cream is made with orange juice concentrate, French vanilla pudding mix, a little sugar, vanilla extract, oat milk, and coconut cream, and is an absolute dream come true!

The creamy smooth orange-vanilla flavors taste just like an orange creamsicle. You will want to make this dairy-free frozen dessert again and again!

Dairy Free Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

This Dairy-Free Chocolate Chip Ice Cream is just like Baskin Robbins Chocolate Chip Ice Cream – but without the dairy!

Lovely vanilla with bits of crunchy chocolate mixed in.

Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream

Learn how to make homemade vanilla ice cream with this step by step baking tutorial!

Homemade ice cream is WAY better than a tub of storebought!

Oreo Milkshake

Cookies and Cream Milkshake is a creamy, dreamy milkshake with crunchy crushed Oreos throughout making this a fun and popular summer sweet treat!

Mile High Mud Pie

Mile High Mud Pie is the bomb, this easy to make layered ice cream dessert is requested at every gathering and one that you can easily customize to your favorite ice cream flavors and toppings.

Ice Cream Nachos

The kids will love that they don’t even need a spoon to enjoy this ice cream sundae!

The broken sugar ice cream cone pieces are used to scoop up the ice cream.

Ice Cream Poke Cake

Use ice cream to make poke cake – have your cake and ice cream all in one.

This is easy to adapt to your favorite flavors!

Moose Track Ice Cream

Make your own easy Moose Tracks Ice cream with this super simple, 4 ingredient no churn ice cream recipe.

Vanilla ice cream base, peanut butter cups and ripples of fudge.

Peach Ice Cream

This sweet, creamy HOMEMADE peach ice cream can be in your bowl in just a few hours! No ice cream maker.

No eggs. No cooking.

Just 5 ingredients, and it’s so fast and easy – you’ll be obsessed with it all summer long!

Peanut Buster Parfait Ice Cream Pie

This Peanut Buster Parfait Pie takes the best of the classic Dairy Queen treat and wraps it all up in an amazing Nutter Butter crust!

Pina Colada Banana Ice Cream

For a fun dairy free twist on ice cream, try this pina colada flavored “nice cream” made from blended coconut milk, pineapple, banana and coconut.

It’s surprisingly sweet and so creamy and satisfying!

Choco Tacos

A delicious cool treat for a summer day.

Chaco Tacos are easy to make with simple ingredients and are perfect for a dessert.

Ice Cream Pie is the perfect dessert for any chocolate or ice cream lover.

It is an easy, no-bake dessert that would be great for your dessert table.

Cupcake Ice Cream Cones

These Cupcake Ice Cream Cones are REALLY easy to create and oh so fun!

Filled with your favorite flavor of cupcake and topped with ice cream, they’ll be a winner at any event!

German Chocolate Cake Ice Cream

What’s better than German chocolate cake?

German Chocolate Cake Ice Cream!

This decadent German chocolate ice cream with homemade German chocolate cake frosting folded in is everything you love about cake without having to bake one.

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Cool, creamy, and sinfully sweet, these easy ice cream desserts are sure to make your summer sing.

Creamy desserts are fantastic when the weather starts getting balmy and all you can think about are lazy days by the pool.

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Luckily, every single one of these sweet treats would make an ideal addition to any backyard BBQ bash.

So what are you waiting for? You better get started before these indulgent ice cream desserts melt!

Peanut Buster Parfait Ice Cream Pie with Nutter Butter Crust

Can you think of a better combination than chocolate and peanut butter? The two go hand-in-hand as one of the best dynamic duos in history.

The only thing that can make them better is ice cream, and that’s precisely what this recipe does.

This cake is crunchy, smooth, and packed with peanut-buttery goodness. Plus, it comes together quickly, making this a great dish to whip up when you don’t want to overheat.

Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream Roll

Who said you could only enjoy pumpkin spice in the fall?

This recipe brings the autumn staple to a whole new level. And it looks pretty impressive to boot.

This dish is like a jellyroll, but instead of filling it with custard, you fill it with cool, creamy, vanilla ice cream.

It’s topped with drizzled caramel and chocolate to give it that extra level of decadence you won’t want to miss.

Hot Fudge Ice Cream Pie

Are you looking for an exquisitely easy dessert that comes together in only six ingredients?

This hot fudge ice cream pie should fit the bill and it might just become your next favorite dessert.

Layers of vanilla ice cream, vanilla wafers, and chocolate fudge meld together beautifully, creating this chocolatey piece of heaven.

This recipe will definitely hit the sweet tooth just right.

Frosty Pumpkin Ice Cream Pie

This recipe is just like the timeless pumpkin pie served at Thanksgiving dinner, just a little more frosty.

All you have to do is mix some vanilla ice cream with canned pumpkin and spices. How easy is that?

Purple Cow Shake

If you’ve never heard of the Purple Cow Shake, then you’re in for a real treat.

This three-ingredient wonder is so good that you’ll want to serve it for dessert every night.

To create this Purple Cow Shake, simply mix some grape juice, milk, and ice cream. That’s it!

It tastes like a root beer float made with grape soda. One sip, and you’ll be wondering why you haven’t tried this before.

Frozen Banana Split Dessert

Try this twist on a classic American dessert! It’s a breeze to whip up, though I have a feeling you’ll need to make extra.

This treat consists of a Graham Cracker crust layered with bananas, ice cream, fudge, peanuts, and whipped cream on top.

It has everything you could ask for in an ice cream dessert, with sweet, salty, and creamy all blending together in every bite.

Butter Pecan Ice Cream Cake (No Ice Cream Machine Required)

Want to try your hand at homemade ice cream? Give this recipe a whirl!

All you need is a stand mixer – so don’t worry if you don’t have an ice cream machine.

Once the base is ready, serve with salted caramel drizzled on top to create the ultimate butter pecan dream.

Confetti Ice Cream Fudge Pie with M&M’s

This sweet treat is as fun to look at as it is to eat.

The colorful concoction would make waves at any kid’s birthday party with its rainbow smattering of sprinkles and the multicolored M&Ms.

Not only does it look good, but this dessert is devilishly delicious. It’s full of rich chocolatey goodness mixed with creamy vanilla ice cream.

How can an ice cream cake get any better than this?

Now, this is one cake that’s almost too pretty to eat.

Strawberry crunch ice cream cake is loaded with vanilla ice cream and plenty of sweet strawberry sweetness.

What better way to end a summertime garden party?

Combined with the crushed cookie coating, this heavenly cake is a burst of spring in every bite.

Homemade Ice Cream Sandwiches

Ice cream sandwiches are a great treat to keep in the freezer all summer long. And when you make them yourself, it’s so easy to modify them to your liking.

These tasty treats are so darn good. The crust tastes like a rich, decadent brownie and the velvety vanilla chocolate-chip ice cream inside is to die for.

Of course, you can use strawberry, mint, or even salted caramel ice cream. The sky’s the limit.

Irish Coffee Ice Cream Pie With Whiskey Ganache

If you’re looking to feature a spiked dessert at your Saint Patricks Day bash, look no further.

The creamy coffee ice cream pairs perfectly with the burnt-sugar taste of the whiskey ganache. It tastes like your favorite Dunkin Donuts coffee, just a little bit spiked.

This devilishly delicious dessert is going to be a hit with your guests.

Rainbow Sherbet Cake

This rainbow sherbert cake comes complete with a lemon cookie crust, a marshmallow fluff topping, and a rainbow sherbert middle.

It’s the perfect mixture of tangy and sweet flavors to give your palate an adventure (along with your eyes).

I think this would be a fantastic summer birthday cake, and those colors are ideal for Easter too.

Frozen Strawberry Lemonade Pie

Frozen strawberry lemonade is such a refreshing treat on a sweltering day. But have you ever had it in pie-form?

This heavenly cream pie is super refreshing and pretty darn easy to make.

Plus, it’s just as yummy in the winter!

Homemade Oreo Ice Cream Cake

If you’re a fan of Oreos, then you’ll love this cake.

Delicious Oreo-infused ice cream rests on a thick slab of chocolate cake to create this decadent dessert.

It’s loved by kids and adults alike and will make anyone’s birthday that much more special.

No-Bake Cookie Dough Ice Cream Cake

Cookie dough lovers will want to leave plenty of room for dessert when this cake comes to the party.

Homemade chocolate-vanilla ice cream rests on a dense cookie dough crust, but it doesn’t stop there.

Little cookie dough balls sit on top of the cake to create the ultimate cookie dough cake experience.

Rainbow Sherbet Cake Recipe

This perfect pastel cake will make waves at your next spring get-together.

Each layer of angel food cake is separated by a rainbow of sherbert flavors.

It’s a tantalizing treat that’s fun for all ages!

S’mores Milkshake

This fun recipe replicates the chocolatey-marshmallow flavor we all know and love and transforms it into something new and irresistible.

It tastes like a chocolate milkshake mixed with the honey sweetness of Graham Cracker along with the burnt sugary goodness of toasted marshmallows.

Lemon Ice Cream Pie

This lemon ice cream pie brings a wave of refreshment to your day.

Each bite combines tangy lemon with the creaminess of ice cream. One forkful of this dreamy cake, and you’ll be transported into a citrusy cloud of wonder.

Homemade Ice Cream Tacos

Bring your ice cream game to the next level with these homemade ice cream tacos.

You don’t have to wait for taco Tuesday to dive into these tasty treats; they make the perfect dessert any night of the week!

Simply stuff each homemade shell with Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, and try not to eat the whole tray.

You can even make your life easier by prepping the shells ahead of time for easy access.

Buster Bar Ice Cream Dessert

Inspired by Dairy Queen’s famous Buster Bar, this dessert makes for the ultimate summer treat.

Each square consists of an Oreo crust, topped with vanilla ice cream, chocolate fudge sauce, peanuts, and whipped cream.

It’s like an entire ice cream sundae, but in a cake! Bonus points if you add a cherry on top.

Raspberry Ice Cream Delight

Raspberry pairs so beautifully with ice cream, and this cake allows you to get the best out of this perfect pairing.

It features layers of vanilla ice cream swirled together with hot fudge, raspberries, and whipped cream.

Nestled onto an Oreo cookie crust this is one sweet and decadent treat.

Snickerdoodles are one of my all-time favorite cookies.

There’s just something about the mixture of cinnamon, sugar, and pillowy texture that makes them irresistible to me.

The only thing they’re missing is ice cream, so you can see where we’re going here!

Each bite is full of cinnamon sweetness, combined with velvety vanilla ice cream. It’s a crowd-pleasing treat that will impress the masses.

Fried Ice Cream Dessert

If you’ve never tried fried ice cream before, now’s your chance. And don’t worry, there’s no scary pot of hot oil in sight!

Instead of deep-frying, this recipe prepares a sweet, fried mixture of crushed corn flakes and sugar to sprinkle on top.

Each bite is crunchy and melts in your mouth.

Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream Cake

One bite of this peanut butter dream and your taste buds will want more.

It’s a five-ingredient wonder that comes together quickly but tastes like you spent a whole afternoon in the kitchen.

Vanilla ice cream rests on an Oreo crust, with Reese’s mini peanut butter cups sprinkled on top. Need I say more?

Margarita Float

What’s better than an ice cream dessert? How about an ice cream cocktail?

This recipe creates a dangerously easy-to-drink cocktail that will help you cool off during the summer.

Lime sorbet is the secret ingredient here; all you have to do is add some water and tequila to create this ultimate refresher.

Grilled Peach Sundaes with Boozy Caramel Sauce

This restaurant-worthy dessert is going to delight your next dinner party.

Grilled peaches make the ideal juicy base for vanilla ice cream and a boozy caramel sauce.

Trust me, it’s worth firing up the grill just to make this dish.

Frozen Butter Pecan Pumpkin Pie (GF Option)

I love those early fall days when it’s still warm and sunny but there’s a slight chill to the air.

And on those days, this cold and spiced pecan pumpkin pie is just what you need.

It’s doubly great if you have any gluten-free eaters at the table!

The butter pecan ice cream blends beautifully with the pumpkin spice flavor, making this a frozen harvest treat you don’t want to miss.

Gluten Free Ice Cream Sandwiches

The crust consists of gluten-free brownies that contain zero flour, making them the perfect, chocolatey counterparts to the ice cream.

Who doesn’t love a classic banana split?

While the recipe is ingredient-heavy, it’s well worth it.

Smooshed in between a split banana is a medley of sweet flavors. It’s sweet, fruity, chocolatey, nutty, and creamy, all in one bowl!

Baked Alaska

If there’s one dessert that will steal the show at your next dinner party, it’s baked Alaska.

It might look intimidating but it comes together easily with the help of a kitchen blow torch.

The dessert is sweet and creamy, and the burnt meringue topping is the icing on the cake (literally!)

Chill out on hot days with these favorite ice cream cakes, pies, sandwiches and more ice cream desserts.

Our family loves dessert, and this chocolaty, layered treat is one of Mom’s most-requested recipes. It’s so easy to prepare this Oreo ice cream cake! —Kimberly Laabs, Hartford, Wisconsin

Fried Ice Cream Dessert Bars

Fried ice cream is such a delicious treat, but it can be a hassle to make individual servings. This recipe gives you the same fabulous flavor in an easy and convenient bar form. —Andrea Price, Grafton, Wisconsin

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Shakes

These rich chocolate peanut butter shakes will make you feel as if you’re sitting in a 1950s soda fountain. Make it modern with an over-the-top garnish like skewered doughnut holes, chocolate-dipped cookies or fluffernutter sandwich squares. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Spumoni Baked Alaska

For a refreshing end to a rich meal, try this freezer finale. Its intriguing interior and pretty color scheme are bound to garner oohs and aahs. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

All-American Banana Split

In 1904, the first banana split recipe was made here in Latrobe, Pennsylvania by David Strickler, an apprentice pharmacist at a local drug store. We still use his original formula when we make banana splits in our restaurants. —Melissa Blystone, Valley Dairy

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Gluten-Free Ice Cream Sandwiches

This pie was always a family favorite at holidays. Everyone thought I’d worked all day to make it, but it’s actually so easy to assemble. It’s handy to have in the freezer when unexpected company stops in for coffee and dessert. —Arletta Slocum, Venice, Florida

These peaches with a hint of grill flavor are sweet and juicy. We serve them in a waffle bowl with ice cream. That’s jackpot at our house. —Nancy Dentler, Greensboro, North Carolina

Nutty Caramel Ice Cream Cake

We made this frozen treat for a family birthday party, and we received endless comments on it. It’s truly fantastic! Be sure to try the recipe with other ice cream flavors.—Tina Stelzl, Waxhaw, North Carolina

Margarita Floats

On a hot afternoon, what could be better than a cold margarita float? The addition of creamy ice cream really takes this treat to the next level. —Teri Rasey, Cadillac, Michigan

Check out these unique ice cream flavors.

This gorgeous make-ahead dessert is a light, refreshing ending to a summer meal. I first made it for my aunt’s 85th birthday dinner and everyone loved it! —Nancy Whitford, Edwards, New York

Talk about a fun presentation! These cute desserts look just like a taco—but they’re stuffed with chocolate ice cream and topped with cherries and coconut instead of tomatoes and lettuce. These are as much fun to make as to eat. —Karen Oney, Fort Worth, Texas

Limoncello Cream Pie

After a big Christmas dinner, we love the cool refreshment of a frozen lemon pie. Limoncello brings a little sophistication to each smooth, creamy slice. —Jessie Grearson-Sapat, Falmouth, Maine

Watermelon Bombe Dessert

When cut, this sherbet dessert looks like actual watermelon slices—complete with seeds. It is fun to eat and refreshing, too. —Renae Moncur, Burley, Idaho

Spiced Pumpkin Ice Cream Puffs

My family loves ice cream cake, so they were delighted when I first presented this dessert. It’s light, delicious and has a festive presentation. —Scarlett Elrod, Newman, Georgia

We can’t get enough of these ice cream cakes and pies, either.

S’mores Milk Shake

When cabin fever hits, we whip up a beverage that tastes like s’mores. Oven-toasted marshmallows and a blender make it happen. —Sarah McKenna, Centennial, Colorado

Rainbow Sherbet Angel Food Cake

Talk about a dessert that pops. Sometimes I make this easy cake even more eye-catching by coloring the whipped cream too. Use whatever sherbet flavor combination you like. —Bonnie Hawkins, Elkhorn, Wisconsin

Chocolate Caramel Hazelnut Pie

I love chocolate, caramel and hazelnuts, so I came up with a recipe that has all three. If you don’t have a food processor, place crust ingredients in a zip-top freezer bag and smash with a rolling pin. —Debbie Anderson, Mount Angel, Oregon

Frozen Grasshopper Torte

I first made this minty cool torte for a ladies’ meeting at our church. I’m still making it, and the compliments keep coming. —Elma Penner, Oak Bluff, Manitoba

Warm Pineapple Sundaes with Rum Sauce

Pineapple, rum and sugar have a longstanding and flavorful relationship that takes on new meaning when you add ginger and butter and turn up the heat. —Jamie Miller, Maple Grove, Minnesota

Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwiches

My grandfather loves these pumpkin-flavored treats. They remind him of a cookie his mother made. They’re fun to eat no matter what your age. —Amber Wahl, Acampo, California

Delicious Ice Cream Dessert

We appreciate a cool, creamy dessert like this in summer. It stays fresh in the freezer for one week. Top with the fudgy sauce before serving. — Mrs. Earl Brewer, Jackson, Mississippi

Try this dessert with any of our homemade ice cream recipes.

Thin Mint Milk Shake

Save a sleeve of Girl Scout cookies for this creamy milkshake that’s fun for kids and adults, too. —Shauna Sever, San Francisco, California

Easy Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie

Three simple ingredients mixed together and spread into a graham cracker crust make magic while your freezer does all the work. Prep this pie ahead and freeze it overnight or even longer. Feel free to vary the fruit if you’d like! —Debbie Glasscock, Conway, Arkansas

Ice Cream Wafflewiches

A wafflewich is a masterpiece of textures with chewy waffles, smooth ice cream, gooey caramel syrup and crunchy pecans. This is cold storage comfort food. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Rainbow Sherbet Dessert

Macaroons, pecans and layers of fruity sherbet combine in this beautiful, special dessert. Try garnishing with fresh strawberries and just listen to folks “ooh” and “ahh” when you bring this in! —Kathryn Dunn, Axton, Virginia

For another wow-worthy treat, try this DQ copycat ice cream cake.

Ice Cream Balls

These ice cream balls are a fun and easy dessert to fix—even the kids can help. The cereal adds a crunchy texture to the ice cream and makes an everyday treat something special. —Anne Marie Woodhull, Cedar Springs, Michigan

Creamy Coffee Pie

It’s easy to stir mini marshmallows, mini chocolate chips and crushed sandwich cookies into coffee ice cream to create this irresistible frozen dessert. —Cherron Nagel, Columbus, Ohio

Banana Split Supreme

This lovely and delightful dessert has the classic flavor of a banana split. It’s a cool, creamy treat with no last-minute fuss since you just pull it from the freezer. It always solicits praise from our big family.
-Marye Franzen, Gothenburg, Nebraska

Cool Strawberry Cream

This fruity, luscious dessert makes a wonderful ending to a special dinner. When fresh strawberries are not available, substitute two packages frozen unsweetened strawberries, thawed and drained, for the fresh. —Joyce Cooper, Mount Forest, Ontario

My mom sent me this recipe. We love it, and so does company I serve it to. I inherited my love of cooking from my mother. She’s a former home economics teacher. When we were growing up, each of us five kids had a night a week when we planned and prepared supper for the rest of the family. —Kea Fisher, Bridger, Montana

While growing up, I loved treats from the ice cream truck that rolled through my neighborhood. This ice cream cake is inspired by one of those crunchy, strawberry novelties. —Lisa Kaminski, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Easy Confetti Pie

Sugar cone crust makes a pie that tastes like birthday cake when you add a dreamy, creamy no-bake confetti filling. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Butter Pecan Ice Cream Torte

A simple, nutty crust and smooth caramel sauce are all the preparation required for this impressive dessert. It will keep in the freezer for one month—just be sure to wrap tightly. —Judy Wilson, Sun City West, Arizona

Lemon Meringue Floats

I actually dreamed of this float idea one night, and woke up knowing I needed to make it. Thank you, Mr. Sandman! —Cindy Reams, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania

Frozen Banana Split Pie

This dessert is special enough to make hamburgers and fries a meal to remember! It’s so tall and pretty and just like eating a frozen banana split. Make it ahead to save time. —Joy Collins, Birmingham, Alabama

Mocha Baked Alaskas

Make these baked Alaskas ahead of time—you can torch the completed desserts and freeze them up to 24 hours before serving. —Kerry Dingwall, Ponte Vedra, Florida

Caramel Pecan Ice Cream Dessert

My mother passed this old-time recipe on to me because she knew I’d want to make it. I love desserts—especially this one! —Mary Wright, Morriston, Ontario

Frosty Ginger Pumpkin Squares

My family loves getting together to sample good food. While pumpkin makes it perfect for the holidays, this ice cream dessert is requested year-round.

Giant Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwich

I created this giant peanut butter cookie cake for my husband, adding light and low-fat products to the cookie dough. It was so fantastic that I fixed it with conventional ingredients for guests. Since it can be made ahead of time and frozen, it cuts stress for busy hostesses. And really, who doesn’t love peanut butter ice cream? —Joann Belack, Bradenton, Florida

Peachy Buttermilk Shakes

The tang of buttermilk blended with sweet peaches prompts frequent requests for this shake from my husband and grandchildren. —Anna Mayer, Fort Branch, Indiana

Frozen Peppermint Delight

If you’re looking for a dessert that’s festive, delicious and easy to make, this is the one for you. Drizzled in hot fudge sauce and loaded with pretty peppermint pieces, this almost tempting treat will have guests asking for seconds. —Pam Lancaster, Willis, Virginia

Fudge Sundae Pie

Pumpkin Ice Cream Roll

This wonderfully light dessert is our standby at Thanksgiving and Christmas. The hint of pumpkin and the refreshing ice cream make a most delicious after-dinner treat. —Gayle Lewis, Yucaipa, California

Cherry and Chocolate Ice Cream Pie

We took cherry pie to a whole new level as a frozen treat. With a luscious layer of chocolate fudge inside, this is one impressive pie. —Scarlett Elrod, Newnan, Georgia

Frozen Key Lime Delight

In the middle of summer, nothing hits the spot quite like this sublime Key lime dessert. Cold, creamy and tart, it tastes like sunshine. —Melissa Millwood, Lyman, South Carolina

Oatmeal Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

If you’re tight on time, you can use store-bought cookies, but I highly recommend making these oatmeal chocolate cookies from scratch. The dessert sandwiches are pure fun. Sometimes I decorate the sides of the sandwiches with colorful jimmies, too. —Diane Halferty, Corpus Christi, Texas

Frozen Peanut Parfait Pies

People will think you went to a lot of trouble to make these luscious pies, but with just six ingredients, they’re quite simple to make. The crowd-pleasing dessert will be the hit of any potluck or party. —Anne Powers, Munford, Alabama


  • 14.3 ounce package chocolate sandwich cookies (ie Oreos)
  • vanilla ice cream
  • caramel ice cream topping
  • chocolate ice cream
  • 8 ounce tub
  • Crush the cookies (use a food processor OR place them in a gallon size resealable baggie and crush with a rolling pin).
  • Add the melted butter and stir until well-combined.
  • Reserve ¼ cup of the cookie mixture and set aside. Press the rest into the bottom of a 9×13″ pan. (Make sure it’s a deep 9×13″ pan – the shallower glass 9×13″ pans will not be deep enough)
  • Scoop the softened vanilla ice cream over the crust and smooth out into an even layer.
  • Drizzle the caramel topping over the vanilla ice cream and spread out.
  • Sprinkle half of the pecans over the caramel and cover the pan; freeze for at least 2 hours.
  • Spread the softened chocolate ice cream over the caramel/pecan layer.
  • Top with whipped topping and sprinkle with remaining cookie crumbs and pecans.
  • Freeze at least 6 hours or overnight.
  • When ready to enjoy, let set out for 10-15 minutes to soften up enough to cut into squares and enjoy!

How to Make Turtle Ice Cream Dessert

First up is the chocolate cookie crust! I find it easiest to use a food processor to create fine crumbs. However, you can also place the cookies in a large bag and crush them with a rolling pin. Then mix in the melted butter.

You’ll set some of these crumbs aside (for the topping later) and press the remainder into the bottom of the pan.

Now for the ice cream. You’ll want to make sure it’s softened enough to scoop onto the crust and then spread into an even layer.

Next, drizzle the caramel over the ice cream and sprinkle with half of the chopped pecans. Freeze for a couple hours.

Finally, you’ll top with whipped cream and the remaining cookie crumbs and pecans. Pop into the freezer for several hours or overnight, or until solid.

When it’s time to enjoy, you’ll want to let it set out for 10-15 minutes so it’s easier to cut and serve. I like to plate the dessert and then drizzle with additional caramel. And DEVOUR!

Strawberry-Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake

I prepare this colorful dessert quite often in the late spring or summer when fresh rhubarb is abundant. I make this rhubarb cake with cake mix and take it to church potlucks. People actually line up for a piece. —Bonnie Krogman, Thompson Falls, Montana

Slow-Cooked Gingered Pears

My slow cooker allows me to serve a heartwarming dessert without much effort. Topped with caramel sauce, these tender pears feature a surprise filling of nuts and brown sugar.—Catherine Mueller, St. Paul, Minnesota

Iva’s Peach Cobbler

Pineapple Upside-Down Dump Cake

This dump cake recipe is wonderful topped with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. It works well with gluten-free and sugar-free cake mixes too. —Karin Gatewood, Dallas, Texas

Chocolate Cobbler

It’s impossible to resist the flavorful chocolate cobbler sauce that appears when this delightful cake bakes. —Margaret McNeil, Germantown, Tennessee

Cranberry-Pear Apple Crisp

With its crunchy golden topping and flavorful blend of tart cranberries and sweet apples and pears, this dessert makes a refreshing finish to heavy winter meals. —Lois Gelzer, Standish, Maine

Slow-Cooked Pumpkin Apple Cobbler

This spiced cobbler with apples and cranberries is sure to please all of your holiday guests. It is perfect for fall but can be made year-round since it uses fresh or frozen cranberries. —Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas

Skillet Blueberry Slump

My mother-in-law made a slump of wild blueberries with dumplings and served it warm with a pitcher of farm cream. We’ve been enjoying slump desserts for 60 years. —Eleanore Ebeling, Brewster, Minnesota

Slow-Cooker Hot Fudge Cake

A cake baked in a slow cooker may seem unusual, but after-dinner smiles prove how tasty it is. Sometimes, for a change of pace, I substitute butterscotch chips for chocolate. —Marleen Adkins, Placentia, California

Apple Pie

I remember coming home sullen one day because we’d lost a softball game. Grandma, in her wisdom, suggested that maybe a slice of hot apple pie would make me feel better. She was right. —Maggie Greene, Granite Falls, Washington

Slow-Cooker Berry Cobbler

I adapted my mom’s yummy cobbler recipe for slow cooking. With the hot summers here in Arizona, we can still enjoy this comforting dessert, and I don’t have to turn on the oven. —Karen Jarocki, Yuma, Arizona

Nutty Apple Streusel Dessert

Many people don’t think of using a slow cooker to make dessert, but I like having this hot, scrumptious apple treat waiting to be served when we finish up our dinner. I start it in the morning and don’t think about it all day. —Jacki Every, Rotterdam, New York

Slow-Cooked Blueberry Grunt

If you love blueberries, then you can’t go wrong with this easy dessert. For a special treat, serve it warm with vanilla ice cream. —Cleo Gonske, Redding, California

Pumpkin Cranberry Bread Pudding

Savor your favorite fall flavors with this scrumptious bread pudding, served warm with a sweet vanilla sauce. Yum! —Judith Bucciarelli, Johnson, New York

Having a sweet tooth right in the morning? Here’s a treat-worthy ice cream bread recipe for you.

Peach Pie

I acquired this delicious peach pie filling recipe some 40 years ago, when my husband and I first moved to southern Iowa and had peach trees growing in our backyard. It’s been a family favorite since then and always brings back memories of both summer and those happy early years. — June Mueller, Sioux City, Iowa

Blueberry-Rhubarb Crumble

A dollop of whipped topping adds a nice finishing touch to this satisfying crumble. Sometimes I drizzle a little flavored coffee creamer on top instead of the whipped topping. —Nancy Sousley, Lafayette, Indiana

If you like this, learn how to make coffee creamer ice cream.

Apple Butterscotch Crisp

I give this classic dessert a rich twist with butterscotch pudding. The warm apple filling bubbles to perfection in a mini slow cooker. —Jolanthe Erb, Harrisonburg, Virginia

Chocolate-Stuffed Peanut Butter Skillet Cookie

A surprise chocolate filling makes this peanut butter chocolate skillet cookie extra delicious! Serve warm from the oven with a scoop of your favorite ice cream. —Andrea Price, Grafton, Wisconsin

Apple Pie Oatmeal Dessert

Warm and comforting oatmeal desserts bring back memories of times spent with my family around the kitchen table. I serve this dish with sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream as a topper. —Carol Greer, Earlville, Illinois

Cinnamon-Raisin Banana Bread Pudding

My family likes to change the toppings for this luscious dessert. We use berries, chopped nuts or fruit, ice cream, whipped cream or caramel topping. If I’m making the dessert for adults only, I love to add a little rum to the milk mixture to give the pudding extra flavor. —Aysha Schurman, Ammon, Idaho

Burgundy Pears

These warm spiced pears elevate slow cooking to a new level of elegance, yet they’re incredibly easy to make. Your friends won’t believe this fancy-looking dessert came from a slow cooker. —Elizabeth Hanes, Peralta, New Mexico

Blueberry Crumble Tarts

Cranberry Stuffed Apples

Cinnamon, nutmeg and walnuts add a homey autumn flavor to these stuffed apples, while the slow cooker does most of the work. —Graciela Sandvigen, Rochester, New York

Apple-Pumpkin Upside-Down Cake

We love the combination of classic fall fruits in this cake. I bake the apples on the bottom to keep them plump and moist, then flip the cake so they’re on top. This is best served warm with vanilla ice cream, but we enjoy digging in any time of day. —Christina Yahraes, San Francisco, California

Chocolate-Covered-Cherry Dump Cake

My mother-in-law loves chocolate-covered cherries, and I used to make this chocolate cherry dump cake every year for her birthday. Now we’ve moved away, but I make this for my kids on her birthday and they still feel near her. —Angela Lively, Conroe, Texas

Butterscotch-Pecan Bread Pudding

Bread pudding fans just might hoard this yummy butterscotch version. Toppings like whipped cream and a butterscotch drizzle make this dessert absolutely irresistible. —Lisa Varner, El Paso, Texas

Pumpkin Crumble

I created this tasty pumpkin crumble dessert on a rainy fall afternoon while my son was taking a nap. It filled the house with a wonderful aroma, and I was able to make it with ingredients that I already had in my pantry. Stir 1/2 cup chocolate chips into the filling for a change of pace. —Sarah Graham, Independence, Missouri

Maple-Orange Pear Crisp

In fall, my family loves to kick back after dinner and dig into big bowls of this spiced crisp. It isn’t too sweet, but it still satisfies a sweet tooth. —Noreen McCormick Danek, Cromwell, Connecticut

Spiced Fruit Crisp

When it comes to a heartwarming treat on a chilly winter’s day, this home-style crisp is hard to beat. The gingersnap-crumb topping nicely accents the apples, pears, raisins and dates. —Pat Habiger, Spearville, Kansas

Apple Pie a la Mode

This pie a la mode is a family favorite that combines apple pie filling and butter pecan ice cream with caramel topping and chopped nuts. I created it when trying to think up a rich dessert to complete a dinner party menu. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho

Chocolate Brownie Waffle Sundaes

One of my best friends loves chocolate as much as I do, so I like to make this over-the-top brownie waffles treat when we’re together playing board games or cards in the winter. —Vicki DuBois, Milltown, Indiana

Grilled Angel Food Cake with Strawberries

One night I goofed, accidentally using the balsamic butter I save for grilling chicken on my pound cake. What a delicious mistake that my entire family loved! For a patriotic look, add a drizzle of blueberry syrup. —Tammy Hathaway, Freeman Twp, Maine

Cake & Berry Campfire Cobbler

This warm Dutch oven cobbler is one of our favorite ways to end a busy day of fishing, hiking, swimming or rafting. It’s yummy with ice cream—and so easy to make! —June Dress, Boise, Idaho

Grilled Honey-Balsamic Glazed Fruit

One summer my mother-in-law made us grilled peaches basted with a sweet and tangy sauce. These are so good I’m always tempted to eat the whole batch. —Kristin Van Dyken, West Richland, Washington

Jumbleberry Crumble

A friend brought this delicious, down-home dessert to church and was kind enough to give out the recipe. Everyone enjoyed it so much and just showered her with compliments! It’s especially wonderful served warm or with a dollop of creamy whipped topping. —Mary Ann Dell, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Maple Blueberry Crisp

With a tender crumb topping, this yummy blueberry crisp makes a wonderful treat after brunch or an evening meal. I sometimes top servings with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.—Mona Wright, Villa Rica, Georgia

Other Ice Cream Desserts You’ll Love

Cookie Dough Ice Cream Dessert: If you love cookie dough, this one is an absolute must!!

Buster Bar Dessert: Buster Bar Dessert has a chocolate cookie crust, vanilla ice cream, fudge, peanuts and a layer of whipped topping! It’s all the flavors and textures of a Dairy Queen Buster Bar, but in a 9×13 pan!

Ice Cream Cake Roll: This ice cream cake roll is the perfect treat for any celebration. With chocolate cake, ice cream, Oreos and fudge in each bite, every fork-full is a slice of heaven!

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