Ice Cream Recipes

Recipes for homemade ice cream.

Berry Burgundy Sorbet for #SundaySupper

February 16, 2014
Berry Burgundy Sorbet | Magnolia Days

The corkscrew is turned and twisted into the cork. A tug on the lever pulls the cork from the bottle. That moment of release is sounded with a “Pop”. It is a special moment indeed. Right then is when wine really comes to life. It is when wine becomes a part of meal, celebration, or […]

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Eggnog Frozen Yogurt

December 17, 2013
Eggnog Frozen Yogurt | Magnolia Days

A Festivus for the rest of us! Have you heard of Festivus? Here’s some info in case you are not familiar with it. Festivus is a holiday celebration made up by Daniel O’Keefe. His son was a writer for Seinfeld, a popular TV sitcom. An episode called “The Strike” aired on December 18, 1997 featuring […]

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Meyer Lemon Gelato

October 24, 2013
Meyer Lemon Gelato | Magnolia Days

Natural style comes from the heart and soul. Celebrities hire teams to portray an appearance which may or may not be genuine. You really take notice when you find someone who’s style naturally comes from within. There is a chef in Atlanta who’s food, restaurants, and market all have a simple, elegant, and relaxed style. […]

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Peanut Butter Ice Cream

August 22, 2013
Peanut Butter Ice Cream | Magnolia Days

There is a smile about to happen. It is one of those special smiles. You know the kind. It’s one that often has a certain glow to accompany it. Those smiles occur when someone receives a compliment, gift, or news that truly brightens their day. Seeing the smile only brings on one of your own, […]

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Peaches and Cream Frozen Yogurt

June 25, 2013
Peaches and Cream Frozen Yogurt | Magnolia Days

Cream always was in the refrigerator. A spare can was in the cabinet. Yes, a can. What cream is in a can? It’s evaporated milk and it was what I grew up with as being cream. What’s interesting is we had fresh milk delivered from a local dairy. Why fresh milk and yet used canned […]

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Vanilla Frozen Yogurt

June 18, 2013
Vanilla Frozen Yogurt | Magnolia Days

It only took a split second. He took one look at the box on the kitchen table and said “you can make frozen yogurt”. My husband loves frozen treats. There is a special koozie in our cabinet that is designed to fit a pint of ice cream. He bought it years ago when there was […]

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Strawberry Sorbet for #SundaySupper

March 17, 2013
Strawberry Sorbet | Magnolia Days

Springtime is here! It is official on March 20th. My favorite season of all begins and I could not be happier. I’m already seeing little buds on trees and plants. Pretty soon the landscape will be filled with blooms and greening up. It’s a busy time for me with gardening and tending to the yard. […]

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Key Lime Pie Ice Cream

March 11, 2013
Key Lime Pie Ice Cream | Magnolia Days

Are you ready for St. Patrick’s Day? It’s coming up this Sunday, March 17th. What to wear? Something green, of course. What to cook? Now that is a real question. There are all kinds of Irish and green foods to choose from. There is American Irish Soda Bread which would be great for breakfast. That […]

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Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

August 30, 2012
Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Time for some ice cream! I had to get in another batch before summer is over. I cannot believe how quickly summer went by. It seems like yesterday when I was preparing for the season in the garden. Soon the hot days will transition to cooler ones when fall begins. Until then, the days are […]

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Peach Sorbet for #BeatTheHeat #SundaySupper

July 15, 2012
Peach Sorbet

This summer has been super hot and dry. Well, except when it rains for three minutes and creates an outdoor steam room. The area I am in has had very high temperatures and a drought. It recently hit a record high of 106 degrees. The trees are stressing and already dropping leaves. Gardening and yard […]

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