No-Churn Mango Sorbet
No ice-cream maker? No problem. Give frozen mango a whir in the food processor, and then pop the mixture in the freezer until ready to serve. Sprinkle with toasted coconut flakes for added tropical flair.
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This dairy-free (and perfectly portable) treat comes together with just five ingredients. Steep the tea bags in the popsicle base to infuse hibiscus flavor into each and every bite.
Get the recipe: Raspberry-Hibiscus Pops
Fold homemade whipped cream into the lemon cream cheese base to ensure the resulting cheesecake is light and fluffy. The crunchy shortbread cookie crust will have you slicing seconds.
Get the recipe: Lemon-Apricot Cheesecake
Peach Yogurt Panna Cotta
These single-serve desserts are worthy of guests, yet surprisingly simple to assemble. Every spoonful is complete with two tasty layers: vanilla panna cotta and sweet peach nectar.
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Boozy Watermelon Granita
Turn your favorite summer fruit into a booze-filled dessert by combining watermelon puree with liqueur, agave nectar, and salt. Chill, serve, and repeat all summer long.
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Although budinos are often filled with chocolate, juicy blackberries make this refreshing version more seasonally appropriate. Top with a hefty dollop of whipped cream for a cool and creamy contrast.
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Ice Cream S’mores
The classic campfire treat, transformed. Filled with marshmallow fluff and a scoop of vanilla ice cream and then dunked in chocolate, these ice cream sandwiches are sure to please kids and adults alike.
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Peanut Butter Ice Cream Crunch Cake
A sweet and salty chocolate peanut butter ganache is the star of this decadent dessert. But the icing on the cake? A sprinkling of peanut honeycomb that lends crunch to every bite.
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