Happy Ice Cream Cone Day! Now, you can’t have the full experience of ice cream on a cone without a good solid ice cream. So, here’s recipes for ice cream and ice cream cones. Go crazy and enjoy! Besides, what’s better than an excuse to eat ice cream without a spoon? Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
1. Peanut Butter Pretzel Ice Cream
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Who says you can’t make ice cream out of bananas? Well, you can and you can add awesome flavor. This Peanut Butter Pretzel Ice Cream by Crissy Cavanaugh not only includes creamy peanut butter, but has crunchy pretzels in it to make it a satisfying dessert. Feel free to enjoy this ice cream on a cone or in a bowl topped with chocolate syrup or even with caramel sauce.
2. Sachertorte Ice Cream Cones by Margaux Mouton
Sachertorte is chocolate cake layered with apricot jam, covered in silky chocolate ganache, and served with a puff of whipped cream … you can imagine why people loved it so much, right? However, these Sachertorte Ice Cream Cones by Margaux Mouton are sure to give the original cake a run for its money.
3. Chocolate-Mint Ice Cream
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Oh, ice cream. There are some of us who love to enjoy it on both the hottest summer and the coldest winter days. And nothing can beat a homemade vegan ice cream. If you’ve been looking for a quick and easy way to make your own vegan ice cream, then this Chocolate-Mint Ice Cream by Laine Rudolfa is the perfect recipe just for you!
4. Mocha Caramel Ice Cream With Almonds and Dark Chocolate Chunks
This luscious ice cream is smooth, rich, and chocolatey with hints of coffee flavor, chunks of almond and dark chocolate, and ribbons of homemade caramel. Despite all this decadence, this Mocha Caramel Ice Cream With Almonds and Dark Chocolate Chunks by Larice Feuerstein is free from dairy and refined sugars, obtaining it’s perfect sweet, caramel flavor only with dates.
5. Cashew Coconut Vanilla Ice Cream
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This is Cashew Coconut Vanilla Ice Cream by Caroline Doucet. A classic frozen treat with a twist. This vegan vanilla ice cream is made with a base of coconut milk and cashews. Churn it in an ice cream maker and you’ll get the creamiest vegan ice cream you’ve ever tasted. The first step (blending all of the ingredients in a blender) is super important. It makes the mixture nice and smooth, so that you get a silky ice cream at the end. The recipe is quite basic, but you can add any other flavor you want.
6. Raw Vegan Ice Cream Cone
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This raw, homemade, vegan Ice Cream Cone by Mariko Sakata is subtle, sweet, crunchy and will pair wonderfully with your favorite vegan ice cream or nice cream. Make sure to give it a shot anytime of the year!
7. Chocolate Cold Brew Ice Cream
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8. Oatmeal Cookie Dough Nice Cream
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This Oatmeal Cookie Dough Nice Cream by Caroline Doucet is so good. A creamy ice cream made from only one ingredient: Bananas. Add a swirl of sunflower seed butter and crumbled oatmeal cookie dough (or raw granola) for a delicious summer treat. 15 minutes and a food processor is all you need.
9. 3-Ingredient Cotton Candy Strawberry Ice Cream
This heavenly light vegan 3-Ingredient Cotton Candy Strawberry Ice Cream by Philipp Ertl is very easy and has only three ingredients! No churning required, it will stay light, just take it out of the freezer and enjoy strawberry goodness. The lightness comes from aqua faba 5(bean water, the same you make vegan meringues with), but don’t worry it won’t taste of beans at all. This is so easy and cheap to do it’s incredible.
10. Raw Raspberry and Chocolate Ice Cream
Ice cream pints tend to be those last-minute, indulgent purchases made when browsing the aisles of 7/11 for a little too long. While this is admittedly an easy solution to your ice cream craving, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as enjoying a bowl of ice cream you made yourself! Try out this Raw Raspberry and Chocolate Ice Cream by Clémence Moulaert!
11. Raw Orange Ice Cream Cake Pops
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This recipe takes cake pops to a whole new level! These adorable Raw Orange Ice Cream Cake Pops by Holly Jade look exactly like baby ice cream cones, but you don’t have to worry about them melting all over your hands. The raw orange-infused truffles are bright and citrusy- just what you want from a summertime snack.
12. Golden Milk Ice Cream
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For those who haven’t yet been dazzled by this trendy drink, it is exotic, delicious, and great for you. Inspired by a traditional Indian tea, this beautifully vibrant yellow drink includes ginger, turmeric, and cinnamon, all known for their anti-inflammatory and antiseptic qualities. And better yet, it works so well as Golden Milk Ice Cream by Incredible Vegan Ice Cream, Deena Jalal.
13. Mocha Brownie Ice Cream
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14. Raw Hazel-Coco Nut Brownie Fudge Ice Cream
What’s a summer without ice cream? In this incredibly decadent Raw Hazel-Coco Nut Brownie Fudge Ice Cream by Agnes Potier-Murphy, the flavors meld together most deliciously and the only way you could make it more delicious would be to pour a generous helping of chocolate sauce all over it!
Source: Caramel Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Simple ingredients blend into a creamy, decadent Caramel Vanilla Bean Ice Cream by Karen Sheer, infused with ginger and warm spices. This vegan ice cream gives you a wonderful mouth feel, especially creamy with a caramelly vanilla essence. Vanilla bean gel in a jar packs a bolt of vanilla flavor, and the dots of bean are incredibly appealing.
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