Kavey has always had a soft spot for ice cream (not to mention sorbet, ice lollies and even slushies). We love sharing our own recipes plus the best from fellow bloggers.

Roasted Banana & Cream | Ice Lollies | Paletas | Ice Pops

These ice lollies were based on a roasted banana paletas recipe I spotted online a while ago. A paleta is a Latin American ice lolly featuring fresh fruit mixed into a water or cream base – what we call an ice lolly in the UK, the Americans call an ice pop and the Canadians a ... Read more »

BSFIC August | Crowd-Pleasing Coolers

This month’s Bloggers Scream For Ice Cream is another ‘Anything Goes’. Sweet or savoury, any kind of frozen treat is eligible – ice cream, gelato, granita, semi-freddo, shaved ice, slushie, sorbet, spoom… We’ve just done ice lollies but if you blog lollies in August, they are welcome too. Or you could get creative and share ... Read more »

Eton Mess Ice Lollies | Strawberries, Cream & Meringue On A Stick

Summer means strawberries! It calls to mind strawberry picking at a local farm, strawberries and cream (and Wimbledon), home made strawberry liqueur, hot bubbling pans of strawberry jam and the special pleasure of eating home grown strawberries from the back garden. It’s also the best time of year to make one of our favourite desserts, ... Read more »

Early Summer BSFIC | Sorbets & Granitas

When the sun comes out, it’s time to look to the freezer for sweet, delicious, frozen treats.     Images from Shutterstock.com For this extended Bloggers Scream For Ice Cream, I’m looking for refreshing sorbets and granitas! Get blitzing, freezing and blogging! All bloggers are welcome – food, lifestyle, parenting or health and from anywhere around ... Read more »

Bountilicious Chocolate & Coconut Dairy Free Ice Cream + Rum Chocolate Variant

My first thought, when deciding what diary free ice cream recipe to make for this month’s Bloggers Scream For Ice Cream challenge, was to wonder whether I might be able to make a custard using eggs, sugar and almond milk? It’s still an experiment I’m keen to try. But I’ve discovered that many people assume ... Read more »