9 Unexpected Homemade Ice Cream Flavors You Need to Try
Break away from traditional homemade ice cream flavors and expand your comfort zone with this list of 9 Unexpected Homemade Ice Cream Flavors You Need to Try. Vanilla is good, but Amaretti Cassata Cream Cheese might be better. Strawberry is a classic, but Apricot and Passion Fruit Soft Serve might be your new favorite homemade ice cream flavor. You never know what you could be missing!
This collection of homemade ice cream flavors is full of unexpected and intriguing ideas that will peak your curiousity and please your taste buds. Try something adventurous next time you make your own ice cream--those classic flavors will still be waiting for you when you're done.
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Mango-Banana Frozen Yogurt- This yummy treat is flavored with fresh banana and mango, and it gets a little bit of zip from a bit of lime juice. Mix up your flavor routine with this unique taste and break out of your ice cream rut with this light and satisfying frozen yogurt.
Cranberry-Raspberry Sherbet- Sweet and tart, this sherbet will knock your out of your frozen treat funk.
Apricot and Passion Fruit Soft Serve- Talk about original! The exotic taste of passion fruit is tempered here by the familiar apricot, and it totally works!
Apricot Earl Grey Ice Cream- This is a tasteful combination of fruit and tea, and it definitely fits the apt cliche fruit-tea!
Lavender Orange Ice Cream- Bet you never thought about flavoring your ice cream with flowers, did you? Well think again, because this seemingly bizzare flavor combination will knock your socks off!
Amaretti Cassata (Cream Cheese Ice Cream)- Love cream cheese icing? Extend the trend to your ice cream.
Baron von Brause's Brown Bread Ice Cream- Sounds weird--tastes great!
Aquavit and Pepper Sorbet- Cross cultures with this unusual ice cream made from Scandinavian spirits.
Sweet Potato Pecan Ice Cream- I know, I know. Vegetable ice cream doesn't sound that appetizing. Unusual? Yes. Weird? Yes. Scary? Maybe. Amazingly delicious? Definitely.
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