Summer's Hot Ice Cream Flavors

Summer's Hot Ice Cream Flavors

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Summer's Hot Ice Cream Flavors

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Chardonnay. Lime mojito. Bacon and avocado. This season’s ice cream flavors might surprise even the most adventurous. Making their way to grocers’ freezers are pints of beer, wine and other inventive frozen concoctions. Creative ice cream recipes are showing up with forgotten herbs and bits of candied meat. But not to worry true vanilla purists, your classic still ranks as the most popular ice cream flavor in the U.S. (with chocolate in a distant second).


bq(left){clear:none; width: 250px;}. Sample a frozen wine flight. Ciao Bella’s line of gelato and
sorbetto offers intense flavors of Apricot Chardonnay, Blackberry Cabernet and Strawberry Merlot. Cheers!


bq(right){clear:none; width: 250px;}. Avocado Ice Cream. Start with ripe avocados, sugar, fat free sour cream, heavy cream, lime juice and a pinch of salt – blend together and throw it in the ice cream machine.


bq(left){clear:none; width: 250px;}. Blood orange. A beautiful presentation for summer. Try this lemon ice cream with blood orange sauce recipe from cooking.com.


bq(right){clear:none; width: 250px;}. La-Loo’s Deep Chocolate and Guinness Float Recipe. This simple combo of stout, chocolate syrup and ice cream creates a cool and refreshing drink of summer.


bq(left){clear:none; width: 250px;}. Everybody loves mojitos – why not in ice cream? A true mojito
requires white rum, cane sugar, fresh lime juice, carbonated water and bits of fresh mint.

Have an unusual ice cream flavor to share? Please post your favorite in the comment box below.

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