Is there a better time for Ice cream?
Ice cream gets everyone excited, no matter the age. So…imagine your guests delight, when after a dairy meal this Shavuot, out comes…an ice cream dessert bar! Try some of these flavors, and allow your guests to mix and match delicious sauces and crunchy toppings. The delicious flavor combinations below are worthy of a holiday celebration.
Lemon ice cream with blueberry sauce and candied almonds. This ice cream tastes like summer. The sweet blueberries and candied almonds are a refreshing and satisfying match for the tangy lemon ice cream..
Cheesecake ice cream with cherry sauce and graham cracker streusel. This recipe plays with the classic cheesecake by reimagining it as an ice cream sundae. With a rich cheesecake ice cream topped with a cherry sauce and graham cracker streusel, it has all the classic flavors of a New York Cheesecake in a fun and different form.
Chocolate ice cream with peanut butter cookie dough, peanut butter fudge sauce, and chocolate covered peanut butter candies.
This recipe combines two most perfectly matched flavors in an intense combination that is sure to thrill any true peanut butter lover.
Coffee ice cream with caramel sauce and almond toffee. As anyone who drinks caramel coffee beverages knows, caramel and coffee were meant to go together. With the pairing of this rich coffee ice cream with creamy caramel sauce and crunchy almond toffee, you won’t miss your hot mug.
Don't have an Ice Cream Maker? Check out my guide to making ice cream without one.
Originally printed in the Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller magazine May/June 2011