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It's an Ice Cream Par-Tay {Recipe Round-Up}

I'm a little ice cream mad. I can admit it. So, I put a call out to fellow bloggers to share their favorite frozen treats. Here's my invitation. And here are a few frozen treats from my kitchen...

Summer is, after all, all about ice cream, right?!? I'm all set for a 4th of July ice cream fest now! Here's what the other bloggers brought to the table...

In a Cup or Cone
photos courtesy of participating bloggers: Join Us, Pull Up a Chair
Crazy for Cookies and MoreChez CateylouCookaholic WifeUrban Bakes

Creamy Pineapple Sorbet by Join Us, Pull Up a Chair
Pumpkin Pecan Beer Ice Cream by Crazy for Cookies and More
Cinnamon Ice Cream by Chez Cateylou
Sweet Corn Ice Cream by Cookaholic Wife
Caramel Macchiato Ice Cream by Urban Bakes
Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream by Join Us, Pull Up a Chair
S'mores Ice Cream by Urban Bakes
Bailey's Ice Cream by Urban Bakes
Cookies'n'Cream Ice Cream by Flying on Jess Fuel

photos courtesy of participating bloggers:
Curious CuisinieregirlichefHun, What's for Dinner?

Black Forest Frozen Yogurt by Curious Cuisiniere
Salted Peanut Swirl Peanut Butter Ice Cream by girlichef
Easy No-Churn Nutella Ice Cream by Hun, What's for Dinner?
Triple Peanut Butter Ice Cream by Flying on Jess Fuel
Rocky Road Ice Cream by A Spoonful of Thyme
Chocolate Lime Ice Cream by Farmersgirl Kitchen
Peanut Butter and Marshmallow Creme Ice Cream by Crazy for Cookies and More
Strawberry Cheese Cake Ice Cream by Crazy for Cookies and More
Old Fashioned Strawberry Ice Cream by The Vanderbilt Wife
Vanilla-Strawberry Frozen Yogurt by Hun, What's for Dinner?

photos courtesy of participating bloggers:
Searching for SpiceAffair from the HeartThe Spiffy Cookie

Cardamom and Pistachio Ice Cream by Searching for Spice
Balsamic Strawberry Gelato by Morsels of Life
Copy Cat Baskin Robbins Daquiri Ice by Affair from the Heart
Roasted Balsamic Strawberry Ice Cream by The Spiffy Cookie
Honey Almond Ice Cream with Fudge Ripple by The Spiffy Cookie
Double Cake Batter Truffle Ice Cream by The Spiffy Cookie

On a Stick
photo courtesy of participating blogger
Pomegranate-tini Pop-sikles by The Martini Diva
Lime Pie Popsicles by girlichef
Strawberry Pink Moscato Ice Pops by girlichef
Popsicles for Breakfast by The Vanderbilt Wife
Creamy Coconut Popsicles by Morsels of Life
Creamy Peach Popsicles by Morsels of Life

In a Glass
photo courtesy of participating blogger
 The Martini Diva
Peach Ice Cream Soda Martini by The Martini Diva
Margarita Float by Love & Flour

Sweet Treats
photo courtesy of participating blogger Cookaholic Wife

Chocolate Cookie Dough Hot Fudge Sundae by Cookaholic Wife
Bluebarb Pie by A Spoonful of Thyme
Homemade Ice Cream Drumsticks by Learning Patience
Red, White, and Blue Ice Cream Trifles by Curious Cuisiniere
Lemon Semifreddo by Delicious Happens

to the participating bloggers who shared their creations

Connie of Urban Bakes
Nichole of Cookaholic Wife
Heather of girlichef
Deborah of Delicious Happens
Cate of Chez Cateylou
Corina of Searching for Spice
Jessie of The Vanderbilt Wife
CJ of Morsels of Life
LeAndra of Love & Flour
Michaela of Affair from the Heart
Erin of The Spiffy Cookie


  1. A lovely round up. I'll be getting some inspiration to get my ice cream maker out again!

  2. What an awesome roundup, I'd truly love to eat my way through it this summer! Thanks Camilla :)

  3. Great roundup! Lots of new things to try. :)

  4. These all look great! I hate I couldn't participate this month


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