A few months ago, I was having an ice cream day at my favorite ice cream spot on the East Coast.
It was a Saturday and we were getting a big scoop of ice cream and some chocolate.
My friend and I were going to go for a run and then take a dip in the ocean.
I thought it would be fun to make a little ice cream to take home with me, and I took the scoop, put it in my mouth and swallowed it.
I knew what it was.
When I tried it, I immediately got all excited and couldn’t stop smiling.
It tasted so good!
I’m not even kidding when I say it tasted like the real deal.
I had the most incredible time.
The recipe, if you will, is based on a classic ice cream recipe from the late 1800s and is the result of a friend of mine making the ice cream.
That’s when she had a few days off and the idea for the ice creams came about.
“What if you made your own ice cream?” she asked me.
So I tried making some of my favorite flavors with a few ingredients I had lying around.
And boy was I happy!
The flavors were all unique and flavorful, but they also had a nice, smooth texture that I could enjoy even if I wasn’t feeling it.
I’m not the biggest ice cream fan, so I’m really excited to share these recipes with you guys.
I think they’re pretty unique and I can’t wait to try them out and see what you think!
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