Let's Enjoy Ice Cream Before Summer Ends


Summertime is almost over, but it doesn't mean that the fun has to end completely. There's still plenty of time Here are some recipes for No-Machine, No-Churn Ice Cream that your kids will enjoy making for months and years to come!

Ice Cream Recipes

The ice cream scoop and the set of 4 sundae cups from Sassafras® are great for beating the heat!

Taste of Home has a recipe for How to Make Homemade Ice Cream Without an Ice Cream Maker, and there are so many recipes for making your own ice cream, like Ice Cream in A Bag by Whimsy,  a recipe that only needs three ingredients and is so easy, the kids can make it themselves!

Check out the Watermelon Sorbet in a Ziploc® Brand Bag recipe, this one's gonna be a crowd pleaser for sure!

This Waffle Cone recipe by All Recipes will make your frozen treat look like you bought it from a sweets shop! You can use your waffle maker, or, you can cook the batter like a crepe on your electric skillet.

No-Bake Treat Recipes

Together you and the kids can make fun treats like the 3-Ingredient, No Bake Cereal Bars for Peanut Butter and Honey Lovers by Kitchen Frau, or the No-Bake Snickers Crispy Cakes recipe by Sugar Salt Magic that doesn't even require the oven. Any adjustments you have to make in the recipe, you can use the cake pan converter.

Easy Viennese Crunch Ice Cream Cake–– this recipe by Esty Wolbe at kosherdotcom on YouTube is layered with rich caramel, chocolate, and nutty Viennese crunch (you can substitute English Toffee Crunch)–– a perfect summer dessert with very little fuss!

There is no better way to get your kid excited about being in the kitchen than letting them make their own no-bake treats with their own tools! You can help them along the way with measurements using the the little cooks™ tool kit with herb pot, complete with measuring cups. The little cook™ red silicone loaf pan can be used over and over and is easy to clean.

There are so many fun baking tools and accessories for you and your kids on our clearance page, be sure to check it out and save a couple of dollars!

We hope these recipes keep you cool for the new few months at least! Enjoy your summer!