Ice Cream Recipe Round Up

This is my post for the Ice Cream Round Up over at Joy’s Place~Joy of Desserts. I posted this for Scrumptious Sunday over at Mercedes Rocks (my other blog). I have also included all of the links to the other participants’ post for last week’s Scrumptious Sunday: Theme~Ice Cream! Hope you all enjoy!

I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM

I admit, I have never made homemade ice cream myself-well I have helped others make it. Today I am going to share with you a few things I have done with ice cream and sherbet in the past. I will also share with you as many of the flavors (32) I remember selling when I worked at The Carousel, an ice cream/food shop in our local mall, for eight years.

Butter Pecan Sundae

Jedd and I used to make these all of the time-yummy!

Vanilla Ice Cream

Butterscotch Topping

Pecans

Sunburst

When I worked at The Carousel, we made these all of the time. We had a contest on what to name the concoction. It is like a shake, but it is made with sherbet-flavor of choice & SunDrop (or Mountain Dew, Sprite, 7 Up…)

Ice Cream Flavors from The Carousel

I worked here for 8 years

  1. Vanilla
  2. Strawberry
  3. Chocolate
  4. Neapolitan
  5. Orange Pineapple
  6. Butter Pecan
  7. Pralines ‘n’ Cream (Praline Pecan)
  8. Black Walnut
  9. Chocolate Chip
  10. Double Chocolate Chip
  11. Mint Chocolate Chip
  12. Chocolate Peanut Butter
  13. Bubble Gum
  14. Superman (Vanilla with food coloring-red, yellow, blue)
  15. Peppermint
  16. Cherry Vanilla
  17. Cookies ‘n’ Cream
  18. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
  19. Rocky Road
  20. Coffee
  21. Rum Raisin
  22. Spumoni (Pistachios in chocolate I believe)
  23. Strawberry Cheesecake
  24. Tin Roof Sundae
  25. Banana Pudding
  26. Coconut
  27. Banana Split
  28. Orange Sherbet
  29. Lime Sherbet
  30. Rainbow Sherbet

HERE IS A RECIPE FOR ORANGE PINEAPPLE ICE CREAM

INGREDIENTS

  • 6 oz. pkg. orange Jello
  • 2 c. boiling water
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 1/2 c. sugar
  • 20 oz. can crushed pineapple, undrained
  • 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
  • 8 oz. Cool Whip, thawed
  • 13 oz. can evaporated milk
  • 6 oz. can frozen orange juice, thawed
DIRECTIONS
  1. Dissolve Jello in boiling water; let cool.
  2. Beat eggs in large bowl at medium speed of electric mixer until frothy.
  3. Add sugar, mixing well.
  4. Stir in Jello and remaining ingredients.
  5. Pour into freezer can of a 1 gallon freezer.
  6. Freeze according to manufacturer’s directions.
  7. Let ice cream ripen at least 1 hour.
  8. Yield: About 1 gallon.

HERE ARE LAST WEEK’S SCRUMPTIOUS SUNDAY POSTS FOR ICE CREAM:

  1. Connie: Green Tea Ice Cream
  2. Resource Queen: Freeze Some French Toast
  3. Gina’s Public Diary: Vanilla Ice Cream
  4. Tamy~3 Sides of Crazy: Lemon Ice Cream With Blueberry Sauce * Many More Ice Cream Recipes
  5. Joy @ Joy of Desserts: Easy Peachy Sorbet
  6. Susan: Ice Cream Making in a Ziploc Bag
  7. The Apron Queen: Udderly Delicious Ice Cream
  8. Bingskee/Narissa~PixnStories: Hot! Hot! Story
  9. Shannon’s Moments of Introspection: Eggnog Ice Cream
  10. Sandy M.~Sunflowers in the Kitchen: Oreo Ice Cream Bars
  11. Mercedes’ World: I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Ice Cream
  12. Evi~What is My Name?: Banana Split Ice Cream

CHECK OUT THESE FUN ICE CREAM LINKS: ice-cream-recipes.com & Homemade Ice Cream

FOR MORE ICE CREAM FUN-CHECK OUT JOY OF DESSERTS’ ICE CREAM ROUND UP

JUST CLICK BELOW!

Posted by Mercedes at Mercedes’ World and only for Mercedes’ World

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5 Responses

  1. Wow! Nice recipes, I LOOOOOOOOOOVE ice cream!
    you should watch this video, it’s very amusing 🙂


    This is hilarious!

  2. I’m so glad you found a way of participating, Mercedes. Sweetened Condensed Milk always adds that little extra good taste. 🙂 I used to eat it by the spoonful.

  3. ummm…Ice cream….ummmm!

  4. Thanks Mere! Your recipes are awesome!

  5. Mmmmm, ice cream. Anybody remember the old Eddie Murphy “Ice Cream” routine? 😉

    “I got some ice cream, and you ain’t got none…wanna lick? Psych!” LOL!

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