One thing about us? We’re frozen dessert girls. It doesn’t matter if it’s 100 degrees outside or 0 degrees outside, you can find us with our heads in the freezer after dinner lookin’ for a little something sweet and cold. Lucky for us it’s about that time of year when everyone is on our level, so we put together a few of our favorite frozen dessert recipes to share with you today. Let’s get started!
We’re starting with a classic fudgesicle recipe that is easy and delicious. We love that this recipe calls for real cream, making these sicles all the more decadent. The only downfall to frozen treats, and we do mean the ONLY one, is that while putting the recipe together takes next to no time, waiting for dessert to freeze can feel like it takes centuries. So we recommend making these treats in the morning and doing your best to forget about them until it’s time to indulge. Get the full recipe here!
Frozen Banana Snickers
Remember those frozen Snickers you used to be able to nab at any gas station? For all we know they still sell them, but we’re older and wiser and at least try to eat a little healthier these days, which brings us to frozen banana Snickers! This frozen treat consists of a frozen banana base filled with frozen peanut butter and topped with frozen chocolate drizzle and peanuts. Still a delicious mix of sweet and salty, just fewer calories. Get the full recipe here!
Ice Cream Sandwiches
But not just any ice cream sandwiches, these are key lime pie ice cream sandwiches. If you love key lime pie, you won’t want to skip out on these portable, mini, fun-size ice cream sandwiches. Key lime pie ice cream sandwiches are sandwiched between two cookie-like takes on the classic graham cracker crust. You can wrap these sandwiches individually and store them in your freezer for one week, just make sure you let them sit out for about five minutes before diving in. These are perfect for any upcoming summer BBQs you may be hosting or attending. Get the full recipe here!
Frozen Peach Cheesecake
Cheesecake is a great dessert any time of the year, but frozen? And PEACH? When peaches are ripe and juicy for the picking, we can’t stop eating them and love incorporating them in all kinds of dishes, one of which being this one. This dessert is light, incorporates a flavor of the season, and best of all, it’s super easy to whip up. Get the full recipe here!