Frozen

America’s Test Kitchen’s Frozen Lemonade Cake

To make this modern icebox cake, the whizzes at America’s Test Kitchen mixed lemonade concentrate into vanilla ice cream for a refreshing summer dessert beyond compare. Those contrasting (and zingy) layers are made with a combination of lemon curd and Cool Whip. And the crust? Not-too-sweet animal crackers, of course.

That abstract swoosh of color on top is done by dipping a paintbrush in yellow food coloring and brushing it wherever the mood takes you.

You’ll find this and other clever no-bake frozen dessert recipes in “The Complete Summer Cookbook: Beat the Heat with 500 Recipes that Make the Most

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Trader Joe’s Fans Can’t Stop Talking About Its New Vegan Frozen Dessert Cones

It’s National Ice Cream Month, and many Trader Joe’s shoppers are talking about these new vegan frozen dessert cones. As seen on the @TraderJoesObsessed Instagram account, people can’t get over the Hold the Dairy! mini cones. One big draw to this new treat is the serving size. Many people were flabbergasted that there are six mini cones in a single serving. With 12 cones per box, the serving size does leave some questions on the table, even though a box retails for $3.99. Still, this frozen dessert just might be the summer’s best find.

According to @TraderJoesAficado, the

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OPINION: Dessert in the desert: Top 5 frozen treat destinations to beat ABQ’s heat

 

College students continue to drift lazily through summer break as the heat waves keep rolling in. As Albuquerque’s temperature heads back into the 90s this week, along with lowered COVID-19 restrictions, it’s time to enjoy a sweet treat. Here are the top 5 ice cream and frozen yogurt spots you can find in the city.

5. Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt 

If you’re looking for something cold but ice cream isn’t the right fit for you, Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt is the way to go. This spot is among the best frozen yogurt places in Albuquerque, with over 70 flavors of delicious froyo.

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30 easy summer frozen dessert recipes, from ice cream to cake

What could possibly beat a frozen treat on a hot day? There’s nothing like the combination of cool, melty and sweet when the sun is out in full force.

When you’re looking to whip something up for a special occasion or just, you know, because it’s summertime, these frozen dessert recipes — from ice cream to ice pops — have got you covered. So, don’t turn on the oven but do make room in the freezer. Your kitchen just became the coolest spot in the house.

Ice cream ice cream sandwiches

Maya Warren

Ice cream is always a treat, but

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A Snack Bar Gets Into Frozen Dessert

Kind bars have been around since 2004, and its line of products, primarily fruit and nut mixtures, has grown; the company has now introduced a frozen plant-based dessert you could happily mistake for high-end ice cream. Its main ingredient is not some alternate milk, but pear juice. The rich, complex flavors, mostly swirled abundantly with ingredients, are dark chocolate-almond-sea salt, dark chocolate-peanut butter, dark chocolate-cherry-cashew, coffee-hazelnut, caramel-almond-sea salt, strawberry and pistachio. They’re sold at supermarket chains including Kroger, Walmart and ShopRite.

Kind Frozen Pints, $5.99 a pint, kindsnacks.com.

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