If you’re looking for some homemade ice cream recipes, you have come to the right place. We have rounded up some really yummy-sounding ice cream options here and we can’t wait to try them all.
There’s a flavor here for pretty much everyone! And don’t think you need to run out and buy an ice cream machine. Several of these recipes are no-churn variations that you need no special equipment for.
Homemade Ice Cream Recipes
This is such a fun idea. Make this ice cream in a bag with the kids – it’s a science experiment and making a special treat all in one!
Hands up rocky road fans! Us too! Now we can make it at home. Like extra nuts? Go ahead and personalize it as you wish.
Roasted cherries and balsamic vinegar make for a unique but delicious no-churn ice cream.
Think you can’t have ice cream that’s dairy-free? Think again. This pineapple colada recipe is a must-try!
One thing we noticed when visiting the UK was that they LOVE sweet corn there. It seems to be an option for pretty much anything (sweet corn pizza? YUM!). So, it’s no surprise that they have come up with this amazing sweet corn ice cream recipe. Sounds so out of the ordinary but we think the flavor of sweet corn would go well with ice cream.
It’s a classic and it’s easy to make with only 3 ingredients. We like ours topped with hot fudge sauce and nuts. How about you?
Little ones are going to love this mermaid ice cream. This will be fun for a party too!
Mint chocolate chip fans, we’ve got you covered too. Only 5 ingredients and no eggs needed!
If you’re going to make homemade ice cream, you might want to try making your own cones to go with it.
Have you ever seen mochi ice cream before? They wrap Japanese rice flour dough cakes around balls of ice cream for a delightful treat.
If you love lemon, you’re going to love this ice cream. Bright, citrus flavors that taste light and delicious.
Classic strawberry ice cream at its best. Make it now while strawberries are in season. Yum!
Lemons, blueberries, and cheesecake? Yes please!
Instead of hot fudge sauce, how about making some of your own magic shell to pour over your homemade ice cream?
A staple in the Midwest, this unique blend of flavors and distinctive blue color makes this a fun and tasty ice cream recipe.
Pistachio ice cream is one of our favorites! This one is made really easily using pistachio pudding mix!
Cookies and ice cream – they just go together, don’t they? We can’t wait to try this recipe.
Banana ice cream sounds really good and refreshing on a hot summer day, doesn’t it?
They’ve taken our favorite childhood sandwich and turned it into ice cream. This is at the top of our list!
Another fun idea for serving your ice cream – make brownie bowls!
Make some homemade ice cream for your next summer get-together or just any old summer day! It’s a fun treat to make and eat.