Ingredient Spotlight: Ice Cream, Popsicles and Other Frozen Treats

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I can’t wait to see all your delicious frozen treats!  These desserts might be my favorite part of summer.

I’ve linked to my homemade ice cream recipes many times, so this time I’m only going to link to two of them.  I’m finding it hard to refrain from sharing them all again though.

Here are a few of my frozen treat recipes: 

Now it’s your turn.   Link up any frozen treat recipe.  It doesn’t have to be a recent post, just be sure to link directly to your recipe, not just the main page of your blog.  I only ask that you include a link back to Eat at Home in your post.  You can link directly to this post or use the button in the sidebar.

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  1. The more I see your homemade Buster Bars the more I want to make them. I linked up my strawberry topped mini ice cream pies.

  2. I have been dying to make some frozen treats! I’m off to check out the recipes!

  3. Can’t wait to see all the yummy frozen treats! Thanks for hosting such a delicious party! 🙂

  4. Today I bring Frozen Peaches and Cream Crisp. This is made with the No-Machine Ice Cream recipe and can be gluten free if GF oats are used. Other fruits and berries can be used to make this. Thanks for hosting. I love to keep a treat in my freezer.

  5. Barefoot Pregnant And In The Kitchen says:

    I’ve been keeping it simple this summer with yogurt pops for the kids. I take plain greek yogurt, honey and blueberries. I fill a tiny dixie cup cover with foil then pop a stick through the top. It’s nothing fancy but they go nuts for them!


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