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Classic Chocolate Ice Cream

Everybody needs a basic recipe for chocolate ice cream, which is one of the five most popular flavors in North America. This one is simpl...

by Marilyn Linton and Tanya Linton


Neapolitan Ice Cream Sundaes

Bricks of chocolate, strawberry and vanilla ice cream are known as Neapolitan and are easy to make at home. You can layer homemade ice cr...

by Marilyn Linton and Tanya Linton


Dulce de Leche Ice Cream

Dulce de leche, a traditional Latin American topping, has found a place on many desserts, such as this ice cream. It’s not just fun to ea...

by Marilyn Linton and Tanya Linton


Mango Ice Cream Brûlée

A crunchy, sugary brûlée topping lends an elegant touch to this rich, tropical treat.

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Pine Nut and Honey Ice Cream

These two flavors make for an intense-tasting ice cream that will add a splash of elegance to your next dinner party. A dainty but crunch...

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Green Tea Ice Cream

With Asian menus so popular these days, this dessert has begun to pop up everywhere. It’s a terrific ending after sushi or stir-fries.

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Tomato Basil Ice

This ice is a welcome first course during a heat wave. Serve it on its own or dollop it in chilled corn or cucumber soup. For the best fl...

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Blueberry Ginger Ice

It seems not to matter whether you use fresh or thawed frozen blueberries in this recipe. You can omit the chopped mint if you prefer. Fo...

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Simple Syrup

This recipe is the basis of many of the frozen desserts in this book. It’s easy to make, and you can cover and keep it in the refrigerato...

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Coffee Almond Brownie Ice Cream

Save this ice cream for a special family occasion — it’s a hit with kids of all ages.

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


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