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blueberry cheesecake ice cream. this looks so amazing.


5 Minute Homemade Almond Milk Ice Cream & Chocolate syrup - you don't need an ice cream maker with this simple tip! We suggest using Unsweetened Almond Breeze almond milk for this recipe.


Rice Krispie Treat Ice Cream Sandwiches

An easy recipe for Rice Krispie Treat ice cream sandwiches using Dreyer's Grand strawberry but any flavor will do! [ad]


Dreyer's Ice Cream Snowballs: What's better than playing in the snow on a chilly winter's day? Making snowballs you can actually eat! All you'll need is a carton of Dreyer's vanilla ice cream and your favorite white toppings like shaved coconut, white sprinkles or white chocolate shavings for a treat that will turn your kitchen into a winter wonderland.


Ice Cream Filled Cupcakes: What’s better than cupcakes? Dreyer’s ice cream filled cupcakes! Simply cut a hole in the top of your cupcakes, fill with Cookies ‘N Cream and seal the deal with frosting on top. Easy, right! It’s a cool surprise in every bite!


When Dreyer's ice cream and sugar cookies get together, the result is a frozen treat that's as colorful as it is delicious! Just add sprinkles to your favorite sugar cookie recipe, spread into a pan and bake. Then add a layer of vanilla ice cream, top with even more sprinkles and cut into small squares to serve!


Your kids will love getting their hands dirty with this fun homemade dessert activity. Just take turns alternating layers of crunchy crushed cookie bits and creamy chocolate ice cream. Top with a few gummy worms and dig in!


Edy’s StrawBRRy Icebox Cake: It’s one tasty layer on top of another, on top of another! Fill a baking pan with alternating layers of Edy’s Strawberry ice cream, crushed graham crackers and cool whip. Then, garnish with fresh strawberries for a fresh, fruity creation where every bite is just as good as the last!


These fun frozen treats are the perfect after-school snack. Make them ahead of time and freeze them for a grab-and-go dessert anytime your kids want. Just fill a plastic bag with Dreyer’s ice cream, cut the corner of the bag and squeeze onto a cookie sheet. Then re-freeze and store them in the freezer inside a plastic baggie or plasticware so you always have some on-hand!


Dreyer’s Ice Cream Penguin: Penguins are the coolest. Just ask your kids. And then help them bring these fun frozen treats to life. Just cover the top and sides of a scoop of Dreyer’s Vanilla ice cream with a hardening chocolate shell. Quickly let your kiddos dot on an orange jellybean beak, two white sprinkle eyes, two jellybean flippers and two chocolate cookie wings.