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Ice Cream Freezer Pops: You don't need fancy popsicle molds to make The Pioneer Woman's kid-friendly treat. She builds these pops right inside throw-away paper cups. #RecipeOfTheDay

Serve these traditional Coke Float popsicles at your next party or summer get together. All you need is Coca-Cola, vanilla cream, cherries, and popsicle molds. Only takes a few minutes to prepare then pop them in the freezer.

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Dreyer's Banana Split Bites

Dreyer’s Banana Split Bites: This tasty twist on an ice cream classic will have your family going, well, bananas! Top slices of banana with a bit of Dreyer’s ice cream and finish off with whipped cream and sprinkles. Serve these tasty treats immediately or stick in the freezer for a quick snack whenever you want!


Lemon Curd

The Barefoot Contessa 5 Star Lemon Curd!! It's the Perfect Balance of Tart and Sweet and By Far, the BEST Lemon Curd I Have Ever Tasted!!

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Ice (Cream) Cubes

Dreyer's Ice (Cream) Cubes: Surprise your kids with a frozen treat that will make their milk a whole lot cooler! Scoop their favorite Dreyer’s ice cream flavors into ice cube trays and put back in the freezer to harden. Then, add a cube (or a couple) to a glass of milk for a touch of sweet flavor! (Also goes great with coffee or floats!)

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Mascarpone-Filled Cake With Sherried Berries

mascarpone filled cake w/ sherried berries


Minted Watermelon and Lemon Ice Pops

Frozen Desserts Under 150 Calories Cool down this summer with low-calorie popsicles, frozen pops, and granitas featuring the summers freshest flavors.


French Breakfast Puffs

French Breakfast Puffs Recipe : Ree Drummond : Food Network -