Try these recipes in celebration of National Ice Cream Sandwich Day.
This August 2nd is National Ice Cream Sandwich Day, and it’s an opportunity to pay homage to a favorite summer sweet treat by making one of our fun recipes. August is known for its hot weather—the Dog Days of Summer—so it’s a perfect time for the cool refreshment of this frozen dairy treat. Try our s’mores ice cream sandwich recipe or homemade peach ice cream recipe, below.
Ice Cream Recipes to Try in August
These recipes are sure to please, whether you make them in honor of National Ice Cream Sandwich Day or for a cool, tasty treat at the end of a hot, summer day.
S’mores Ice Cream Sandwich
S’mores are a family favorite, and this dessert offers all the fun of s’mores without the need for a campfire. The basics include dipping two graham cracker squares in chocolate and then filling them with marshmallows that have been lightly toasted under the broiler and the perennial flavor: vanilla.
Don’t worry, the messy fun factor is still intact! Find the complete recipe here.
Fresh Peach Ice Cream
This delicious peach dairy dessert is fun to make and features real peaches and citrus juice from both oranges and lemons. Peaches are in season, so they are super sweet, and ripe for use in recipes that feature them ‘in the raw.’
It’s also an easy homemade recipe for a frozen, creamy dessert; it’s much easier than making it the old-fashioned way!
Use this peach frozen treat between your favorite sandwich ingredients: cookies, graham crackers, pound cake, or a sugar wafer, or just enjoy it by itself in a bowl or cone; the sky is the limit! Find the complete recipe here.
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