Wednesday, June 30, 2010

National Ice Cream Month--July 1-31

Get ready for a month full of posts celebrating National Ice Cream Month! Check back daily for a new recipe, a fun fact, or anything else ice cream that we find particularly inspiring! We'll also be celebrating the many ice cream specific holidays that fall in July.

Photo at right by Anisha Palmer Photography.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

TODAY ONLY: Save Big on a Cuisinart Supreme Commercial Quality Ice Cream Maker

Tired of waiting for your canister to freeze? Want to make ice cream one-and-a-half quart after one-and-a-half quart? Want to save a lot on on a Cuisinart Supreme Commercial Quality Ice Cream Maker?

Thanks to Marsha of First Things First, you can do all these things, today only! She gave us a heads up about an awesome deal on Sellout.Woot -- while supplies last! $139 plus $5 shipping for the ice cream maker, that usually sells for $200+ on places like Amazon.

Please note that this is a "refurbished product with genuine Cuisinart parts." as stated on the Sellout.Woot page.

Ok, this post is done! I want to get this up for you all before it sells out!!!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

I Scream 2010

I think I mentioned it before, my husband Kevin (our most recent team member who we are anxiously awaiting a post from) and I are due to have a little baby girl in August. However, this being  when the annual I Scream Party usually is, we decided to have it early this year.

I am also having back and rib pain thanks to our little girl and it's hard to be seated for long. Standing or lying down are ok, though, so since I couldn't do as much designing or art as I'd have liked, but I wanted to feel productive, I actually made a lot more ice cream than I planned on (since I can stand while making it!). I think we had 46 flavors this year, six of which were brought by guests, six of which were made with help from Rachel (who also took the photos that grace this post), one which I made with the help of Kevin and Claudia (because no one can candy bacon like Kevin does! -- well, maybe David Lebovitz can...) and the remaining 33 which I made myself...

Below is the feedback from the flavors this year. (There is always voting, but this is the first time I actually put it in a table because guests ALWAYS ask about it...) Over time, I will try to get a list made up of the recipes -- either where I got them (if I remember), how I made them (if I remember)...but this will take time so if there are special requests to get things up faster, do let me know...

Name Kind
Never Again
Ice Creams
A Chip off the Old Blueberry Blueberry Chip 1 11 2
Arianna and Bethany's Little League Bubblegum Nerd 4 6 5
Bangin' Basil (made with Rachel) Basil 8 4 4
Bog-olicious Cranberry 12 6 0
Brew Ha Ha Coffee 7 4 1
Cotton Candy Squared Cotton Candy Cotton Candy 6 4 6
Dad's Delight (Any Way You Slice It) Fruit Slice Ice Cream 5 8 5
Dentist's Dream (made by Jenn) Dark Chocolate Cashew Brittle 6 5 1
Don't Step on the Moose Munch Moose Munch 9 11 1
Dr. Seuss's Green Apple and Mint (made with Rachel, assisted by Spice Dish's recipe) Green Apple and Fresh Mint 4 13 6
Ernie's Birthday Cake Oreo Oreo Cake Batter 11 5 2
Fairy Floss Cotton Candy 5 7 3
Float Cream Soda 7 8 3
Fluffer's Fantasy Fluffernutter 8 8 2
From Modena, with Love (made with Rachel) Balsamic and Black Pepper 4 8 3
If At First You Don't Like It, Chai, Chai
Again (made with Rachel)
Chai 6 11 2
Joan's Joy Licorice 1 3 8
Kevin and Claudia's Carnivore's Dilemma (made with Kevin and Claudia) Maple Bacon 7 7 2
Lemony Snickett Lemon 9 4 1
Liam's Lavender Lavender 6 8 4
Liz Lemon Dances the Merengue Lemon Meringue 13 4 1
Malt Assault (made by our very own Tina!) Chocolate Chunk Malt Ice Cream 8 6 1
Men Overboard Molasses Broken Ginger Men 2 9 5
Monster Mash Chocolate M&M Pretzel Marshmallow 6 8 3
Need a Moment? Twix 10 7 0
Nuts for Nutella Nutella 15 3 1
PB & B Peanut Butter Brownie 7 5 3
Rocket Berry Cheesequake (made by Jenn) Berry Cheesecake 11 2 0
Strawberry Fields (and White Chocolate)
Strawberry White Chocolate 7 8 1
Tea Party Green Tea 3 6 7
The Affair (made with Rachel) Chocolate Salted Almond Caramel 9 3 3
The Key to My Stomach (made by our very own Tina!) Key Lime Pie 9 1 1
There's Always Room for Vanilla Jell-o Vanilla Jell-O Pudding 3 6 5
This Is What Made Fats Domino Fat Blueberry 3 8 3
Vixen Va-Va-Voom Red Hot Cinnamon 5 3 2
Vying for First Chocolate 8 5 0
Whopper: Have It Your Way Malted Milk Ball 10 6 0
Mets Madness Blueberry Caneteloupe 2 6 1
PDA Blackberry 7 9 1
Taquo's Mojito Virgin Mojito 7 8 3
Tea with the Queen (made with Rachel) Earl Gray 4 6 6
The Beard's Racy Rhubarb Rhubarb 7 7 4
Tropical Paradise Tropical Fruit 3 10 0
Orange You Glad I'm Sherbet Orange 9 4 1

Sister Arianna thinks that the voting categories are a bit vague -- maybe I'll have to change it next year. I see what she means. I mean, "like" and "love" are kind of one extreme and "never again" is totally the opposite, with no in between. Maybe neat time we could rate it from 1-10? I don't know. I'll have to think about it. Maybe I could use the ice cream rating guidelines I saw somewhere -- it looked kind of like how one might rate wine. But that, too, seems a little extreme for a party. Maybe I just have to rename the categories for voting...

Creative names are courtesy of my family...Mom, Sarah, Arianna, Dad, and Liam. Liam and Dad can take credit for any of the names that are somewhat, um, racy.

I enjoyed charting the results this year. I LOVE charts. I am such a geek. (I think there are some spelling errors/'ll have to ignore those...)

The charts are below. However, you'll have to click on them for a better view, as the set up of a blog is not conducive to that many flavors of ice cream.

Well, I am off to have some Ernie's Birthday Cake Oreo...

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Scooper Bowl 2010...oh how we already miss you!

From the desk of Bethany: 

I think it would be kind of cool for both Tina and I to wrote a little about the Scooper Bowl and since I am on the couch relaxing and catching up from the Annual Ice Cream Party (more to follow) I thought I would take a bit of time to write my post.

For me, the Scooper Bowl always kind of kicks off the summer for me, even though the weather this year was kind of dreary and overcast and chilly to say the least...

This was a pretty cool Scooper Bowl though. A month or so ago we got an email from Russell over at Ice Cream Geek (your super awesome source for the science behind the ice cream making...) saying he'd be in Boston (from Dallas) for the Scooper Bowl this year. I have to admit, T and I were both slackers about replying and then when we did reply, we suggested we meet at the end or even after because the usual Scooper Bowl craziness seemed a little tough for meeting a new ice cream friend. But it turned out the Scooper Bowl was a little emptier thanks to the dreary weather and we ended up meeting Russell and his lovely wife Kathey in the confines of the Bowl's fences. (That's me, Tina, and Russell above.) What fun people! We had a nice time talking ice cream (favorite flavors of the day, the science behind ice cream -- the kind of stuff people with an ice cream obsession might talk about...) Tina had to get back to work but I had some time before my next meeting downtown. I joined Russell and Kathey for lunch at Wagamama (a favorite of theirs from their days in Sydney -- and, we come to find out, all three of the United States locations are in Boston so they just had to go!) Anyway, conversation continued to follow with talk of ice cream (well, duh) and some recommendations of Boston tourism. We really had a great time and hope to see them at next year's event!

From the desk of Tina: 

I agree with Bethany that Scooper Bowl is such a kick off to the summer and an event that really gets us excited to launch into our busy blogging season. It gets us chatting about all the different brands and flavors and how we might be able to do it better (no all the time of course but we try!). So since I work right around the corner in the city we usually do an ice cream lunch and I have one precious hour to hit up all the flavors or as many as I can handle. It's not as easy as you think to have 30 scoops in one hour. Really have to be selective. And this year it was even more exciting as Bethany mentioned we hooked up with another ice cream blogger whose wife labels him "The Alton Brown of Ice Cream"...seriously he truly knows the science of ice cool chatting with another person so into the art. So B and I did our rounds then went for seconds with Russell and Kathey before I had to unfortunately go back to my desk and try not to fall into an ice cream coma (very difficult by the way). 

As you can see below we had some favorites. Each year we see many of the same flavors but I am always excited for what's new. My favorite from the "what's new" category was Ben & Jerry's Bonnaroo Buzz. LOVE the coffee and malt ice cream and then the whiskey caramel swirl was as they say in Boston Wicked good! Others worth noting from me....Brighams' Peppermint Stick, Ciao Bella's Key Lime Graham Gelato, Haagen-Dazs Caramel Cone, and Gifford's Chocolate Lover's Chocolate.

All in all this event never disappoints even if the weather didn't work on our behalf (actually the rain helped much less elbowing for scoops) and I want to thank Dana for supplying us with tickets to raffle off to our lucky winner Laurie (we'd love to hear all about your visit Laurie!). I can't believe I have to wait another year for this but it really got me excited for what's ahead during these next couple hot months.

Of course, a Scooper Bowl post wouldn't be complete without some flavor reviews, so we've posted below all the flavors and our comments...

The list below is copied from the Scooper Bowl site, and is the ranking from their "Text Your Favorite" -- our comments are next to it each (if we tried it). Bethany in orange, Tina in pink...

Ben & Jerry's® Boston Cream Pie 10.40%
I had actually already tried this one the day before, but I LOVE it. I LOVE the custard (pudding?) swirls...Definitely a favorite of the day.
Ciao Bella Gelato® Key Lime Graham Gelato 9.30%
Yum. Tina's recipe might be better though!
Discovered this in NYC a couple years back and its always been at the top of my list...super creamy, refreshing and full of flavor.
Häagen-Dazs® Caramel Cone 9.30%
I love anything with Caramel in it but this one is awesome..
Baskin-Robbins® Wild 'n Reckless Sherbet 7.00%
Wow. I don't know about this one. Purple, blue and green and super sweet. Certainly not refreshing as many sherbets are.
(pictured in top photo)
Ciao Bella Gelato® Mango Sorbet 7.00%
Baskin-Robbins® Superfudge Truffle 5.70%
Um, yum if you love chocolate and lots of it.
(pictured in top photo)
HP Hood® Fenway Fudge 5.70%
Ciao Bella Gelato® Blood Orange Sorbet 4.70%
LOVED this. SO refreshing and wonderful. And wonderful color!
Wasn't my favorite but tons of flavor and refreshing.
Breyer's® Cherry Vanilla 3.50%
Breyers is local and I feel badly saying this, but I have never been the biggest fan of Breyers. That being said, I might have to change my mind, I LOVED this.
Brigham's® Cookie Dough 3.50%
Pretty good. Nothing special.
Ben & Jerry's® Bonnaroo BuzzTM 2.30%
I tasted Tina's. Probably would have liked it more if I liked alcohol and coffee flavoring.
LOVED it! Probably my favorite new flavor I tried. I love coffee ice cream and malt flavor so that with the whiskey caramel swirl was awesome. B&J never disappoint.
Ben & Jerry's® Milk & Cookies 2.30%

Breyer's® M&M Vanilla 2.30%
Edy's® Birthday Cake 2.30%
Always a favorite. I am a birthday cake ice cream nut!
I love how Edy's swirls in frosting into their version. This is a fave of mine from Edy's.
Garelick Farms/Gifford's® Cherry Amaretto Chocolate 2.30%
Oh, yum!
It was just okay for me but I am not a huge cherry fan.
Garelick Farms/Gifford's® Chocolate Lover's Chocolate 2.30%
Very rich.
Now I know why this one got "the world's best chocolate ice cream" at the World Dairy and awesome.
Garelick Farms/Gifford's® Maine Lobster Tracks 2.30%
This was good, but I got no lobsters in my entire scoop!
Häagen-Dazs® Bailey's® Irish Cream 2.30%
Super smooth and flavorful. Could probably only eat a little due to the strong flavor but do like it.
Häagen-Dazs® Lemon Sorbet 2.30%
Baskin-Robbins® Premium Churned Light Mint Oreo® 1.20%
Not fair I missed this one and Mint is my favorite.
Ben & Jerry's® Hannah Teter's Maple Blondie 1.20%
So not a fan. This was either too maplely or too fake tasting. I am leaning towards the latter because I LOVE the maple ice cream I make that uses an entire cup of dark amber maple syrup per quart, tastes so yummy, and doesn't taste like this ice cream.
Ben & Jerry's® Phish Food® 1.20%
Probably my favorite B&J flavor...the light version is just as good too.
Breyer's® Chocolate 1.20%
Breyer's® Strawberry 1.20%
Brigham's® Mocha Chip 1.20%
Brigham's® Peppermint Stick 1.20%
(pictured in top photo)
Ciao Bella Gelato® Malted Milk Ball Gelato  1.20%
Good, but again, Tina's might be yummier. She'll need to share her recipes!
Good but I think I liked mine better with dark chocolate chunks in it and a little stronger malt flavor.

Edy's® Maxx Chocolate Cookies & Cream Collision 1.20%
Edy's® Maxx Chocolate Peanut Butter Chunk 1.20%
HP Hood® Rainbow Sherbet 1.20%

Happy Ice Cream Soda Day!

One hundred thirty six years ago was the birth of the Ice Cream Soda, invented by Robert Green. According to Wikipedia, the story goes:
...On a particularly hot day, Mr. Green ran out of ice for the flavored sodas he was selling and used vanilla ice cream from a neighboring vendor to keep his sodas cold. His own account, published in Soda Fountain magazine in 1910, states that while operating a soda fountain at the Franklin Institute's sesquicentennial celebration in Philadelphia in 1874, he wanted to create a new treat to attract customers away from another vendor who had a fancier, bigger soda fountain. After some experimenting, he decided to combine ice cream and soda water. During the celebration, he sold vanilla ice cream with soda water and a choice of 16 different flavored syrups. The new treat was a sensation, and soon other soda fountains began selling ice cream sodas. Green's will instructed that "Originator of the Ice Cream Soda" was to be engraved on his tombstone...
We thank you, Mr. Green! Off for a root beer float myself!

Friday, June 18, 2010

This Father's Day, Dads Get a Free Cup or Cone From TCBY

Somehow, I always neglect TCBY when I am thinking about frozen treat shops (which I have to stop doing because we missed the TCBY Store Giveaway because of my neglect!), but we don't want to forget about them as they celebrate National Frozen Yogurt Month this month. Who knew June was National Frozen Yogurt Month!? We certainly didn't but we are glad TCBY knows because to celebrate, Dads can get a free cup or cone (at participating locations) on Father's Day, this Sunday, June 20th.

As TCBY CEO Timothy Casey says, "As the pioneer of the frozen yogurt industry, it only makes since that we celebrate National Frozen Yogurt month with a bang, and as a gesture of kindness for all that they do, we want to recognize dads on their special day too."

Thanks Dads, for all you do -- you are pretty "cool" in our book!

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

What Would You Do for a Klondike Bar Variety? Video Contest

Ok, so I have never been a fan of Adam Carolla but he got even lower on my list when he dissed Click and Clack of NPR's Car Talk by saying his new car show would be better than if!

Anyway, but I do love Klondike bars and I would love to see our Scoopalicious readers make better videos than his in Klondike's summer video contests. Hey, wouldn't it be cool if Click and Clack entered themselves?! Yay, East Cambridge neighbors!

Anyway, I digress...

There are three different contests to enter, staggered over the course of the summer.

  • Pack the Car (through June 23) -- win a new SUV
  • Grab the Remote (starts June 30) -- win a 3D home entertainment system
  • Ball Toss (starts July 31) -- win a "tricked out" game room

I have to say that because the announcer announces the contest as "a celebration of the average man doing average things in an above average way..." and actually, the contest is called the Everyman Challenge, the whole campaign seems a little "guy-centric" but we assure you any ice cream afficianado whether man or woman has what it takes to win! Especially our readers!

You can also head over to the site to view and vote on your favorite videos.

Not sure I should enter the contest since Adam Carolla is one of the judges and he now knows I am not a fan, but you can still should enter and win the cool prizes so we can brag for you!..

Either way, I need to go grocery shopping right about now, and I might just have to pick up a yummy Klondike Variety while I am out! I am already a huge fan of their sandwiches...

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Vote For Your Favorite 2010 Ice Cream Cupcake!

The first round of voting in the 2010 Ice Cream Cupcake Roundup is complete and we are now down to three ice cream cupcake finalists.  Your vote (in the form at the bottom of this post) will determine the grand prize winner who will receive a Cuisinart ICE-30BC Pure Indulgence 2-Quart Automatic Frozen Yogurt, Sorbet, and Ice Cream Maker!

Each of the finalists have won an OXO Prize pack containing an OXO Good Grips Solid Stainless Steel Ice Cream Scoop, Oxo Good Grips 2-Cup Angled Measuring Cup, OXO Good Grips 1169600 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set, Blue/Green/Yellow, Oxo Good Grips Bent Icing Knife, and an Oxo Good Grips PRO Grater!  And if you vote, you can, too!! Two randomly chosen voters will receive the same OXO pack that our finalists have won! (Sorry, prizes can only be shipped to U.S. mailing addresses.)

And, the finalists are (in no particular order)...

Cake Flavor:  Cinnamon
Ice Cream Flavor: Cinnamon pecan
Frosting Flavor: Whipped Cream
Toppings: Churros, cinnamon, and sugar

by Stephanie of 52 Kitchen Adventures

Cake Flavor:  Chocolate bacon
Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate sorbet with chocolate covered bacon chips
Frosting Flavor: Chocolate buttercream
Toppings: Fleur de sel and bacon pieces

by Jenn of JustJenn Recipes

Cake Flavor: Lemon and orange
Ice Cream Flavor: Rainbow sherbet
Frosting Flavor: Whipped cream
Toppings: Candy heart sprinkle

Time to Vote

To vote, fill out the form below before July 1. You may only vote once!

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Only Two More Days of Boston's Scooper Bowl! Starts Today in an HOUR!

Not much else to say about that besides "go, go, go!"

As a reminder:

Government Center, Boston (Green or Blue Line to Government Center Stop)

Wednesday and Thursday from 12-8pm

Flavors (directly from the Scooperbowl site...)

Pink Bubblegum
Premium Churned Light Mint Oreo®
Superfudge Truffle
Wild 'n Reckless Sherbet
Ben & Jerry's®Boston Cream Pie
Bonnaroo BuzzTM
Hannah Teter's Maple Blondie
Milk & Cookies
Phish Food®
Breyer's®Cherry Vanilla
M&M Vanilla
Ciao Bella Gelato®
Blood Orange Sorbet
Key Lime Graham Gelato
Malted Milk Ball Gelato
Mango Sorbet
Cookie Dough
Mocha Chip
Peppermint Stick
Edy's®Birthday Cake
Edy's Maxx Chocolate Cookies & Cream Collision
Edy's Maxx Chocolate Peanut Butter Chunk
Orange Sherbet
Garelick Farms/Gifford's®Cherry Amaretto Chocolate
Chocolate Lover's Chocolate
Maine Lobster Tracks
Old Fashioned Vanilla
Bailey's® Irish Cream
Caramel Cone
Mint Chip
Strawberry Sorbet
HP Hood®
Blueberry Frozen Tangy Yogurt
Chocolate Chip
Fenway Fudge
Rainbow Sherbet

More information can be found at the Scooperbowl/Jimmy Fund Website.

We'd love to hear your reviews, etc!

Monday, June 7, 2010

Ice Cream Cupcake Roundup 2010: Entries Are In!

The 2010 Ice Cream Cupcake Roundup entry period is over and, once again, you have wowed us with your ice cream cupcake creations!  All of the entries are detailed below - but first, a quick reminder about the rules.

Only the ice cream cupcake roundup entrants can vote in the first round of voting and of course they can't vote for themselves.  They will be picking the three finalists who will each win an OXO Prize Pack including OXO Good Grips Solid Stainless Steel Ice Cream Scoop, Oxo Good Grips 2-Cup Angled Measuring Cup, OXO Good Grips 1169600 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set, Blue/Green/Yellow, Oxo Good Grips Bent Icing Knife, and an Oxo Good Grips PRO Grater!!  If you entered the contest, you'll be receiving an email with instructions on how to vote.  I don't envy you.  It will be hard to choose!

Once the finalists are chosen, the general public will get to pick the grand prize winner of the Cuisinart ICE-30BC Pure Indulgence 2-Quart Automatic Frozen Yogurt, Sorbet, and Ice Cream Maker.  Look out for your chance to vote next week (two voters will win the same OXO Prize Pack as our finalists)!

As you read through the entries, note that each entry title links to a blog post or Flickr post (if the creator does not have a blog) with details about the cupcake.  If you have the time, I would encourage you to click through and read the stories and recipes behind these masterpieces.

by Laura Cacciari / Flickr Only

Cake Flavor:  Coconut milk and poppyseed
Ice Cream Flavor: N/A
Frosting Flavor: N/A
Toppings: N/A

by Alisa Partlan / Flickr Only

Cake Flavor:  Banana Pineapple Upside-Down
Ice Cream Flavor: Neapolitan (Chocolate, Vanilla, and Strawberry)
Frosting Flavor: Whipped Cream
Toppings: A drizzle of chocolate syrup and a maraschino cherry

Cake Flavor:  Cinnamon
Ice Cream Flavor: Cinnamon pecan
Frosting Flavor: Whipped Cream
Toppings: Churros, cinnamon, and sugar

Cake Flavor:  Mojito
Ice Cream Flavor: Lime-rum
Frosting Flavor: Mint whipped cream
Toppings: N/A

by Angela McKeller of Kick Back and Kool

Cake Flavor:  Bacon maple
Ice Cream Flavor: Butter pecan
Frosting Flavor: Maple bacon buttercream
Toppings: Candied bacon bits

by Gray of Control Group C

Cake Flavor: Vanilla with chopped Swedish fish
Ice Cream Flavor: Lemon
Frosting Flavor:  Lemon buttercream
Toppings: Swedish fish and red sugar

by Kerry Blondheim of Nonesuch Exists

Cake Flavor:  Pear with honey and brown sugar
Ice Cream Flavor: Salted caramel
Frosting Flavor: Penuche
Toppings: Sea salt
by Stephanie Jordan of Ice Cream Before Dinner

Cake Flavor:  Strawberries and cream
Ice Cream Flavor: Strawberry
Frosting Flavor: Vanilla whipped cream
Toppings: Fresh kiwi sauce

by Stephanie Nuccitelli of 52 Kitchen Adventures

Cake Flavor:  Chocolate bacon
Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate sorbet with chocolate covered bacon chips
Frosting Flavor: Chocolate buttercream
Toppings: Fleur de sel and bacon pieces

by Brandy Brooke of Making It Organic

Cake Flavor:  Brownie
Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate stout gelato
Frosting Flavor: Irish buttercream
Toppings: Cocoa powder

Cake Flavor: Lemon and orange
Ice Cream Flavor: Rainbow sherbet
Frosting Flavor: Whipped cream
Toppings: Candy heart sprinkle

Stephanie Brown of Cupcakes and Sundry

Cake Flavor: Chocolate chip and peanut butter brownie
Ice Cream Flavor: Ben & Jerry's Peanut Butter Cup
Frosting Flavor: Peanut butter
Toppings: Peanut butter cookie

Cake Flavor: Red velvet
Ice Cream Flavor: Cake batter
Frosting Flavor: Cream cheese
Toppings: N/A

by Tara N. Edwards of Blabby Sunshine

Cake Flavor: Vanilla coffee
Ice Cream Flavor: Coffee & vanilla bean sweet cream with swirls of caramel
Frosting Flavor: Homemade caramel cream cheese buttercream
Toppings: Homemade caramel and whipped cream

 by Sarah Schiear of 20somethingcupcakes

Cake Flavor: Sugar donut
Ice Cream Flavor: Coffee
Frosting Flavor: Freshly whipped cinnamon-sugar cream
Toppings: Sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar and served with sugar-coated donut holes on the side

by Janelle of What's in {Your} Oven

Cake Flavor: Root beer float
Ice Cream Flavor: Vanilla
Frosting Flavor: Root beer/chocolate
Toppings: N/A

by  Rachael Dickson and Brenda Mears of Cupcakes and Journalism

Cake Flavor: Strawberry ginger
Ice Cream Flavor: Lemon
Frosting Flavor: N/A
Toppings: Sliced strawberries and crystallized ginger

Cake Flavor: Chocolate pound cake
Ice Cream Flavor: Homemade strawberry ice cream
Frosting Flavor: Swiss meringue
Toppings: N/A

by Heather McDonald of Ayaka's Desserts

Cake Flavor: Graham cracker
Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate
Frosting Flavor: Marshmallow buttercream
Toppings: Melted chocolate and graham cracker crumbs

Pineapple Upside Down Cupcake Cone
by Lauren Beatty of Inside the Cupcake LAB

Cake Flavor: Butter-rum
Ice Cream Flavor: Pineapple sorbet
Frosting Flavor: N/A
Toppings: N/A
by Tara / Flickr Only

Cake Flavor:  Indulgent dark chocolate
Ice Cream Flavor: Sour apricot jam swirled saffron ice cream
Frosting Flavor: Dark chocolate ganache
Toppings: Chocolate dipped apricot and dried apricot slivers
by Ashley / Flickr Only

Cake Flavor:  Banana
Ice Cream Flavor: Rum
Frosting Flavor: Penuche
Toppings: N/A

by Lynne of Milk n Cookiezzz

Cake Flavor:  Vanilla bean
Ice Cream Flavor: Cookies and cream
Frosting Flavor: N/A
Toppings: Mini Oreos

by Edana of YUM FOOD

Cake Flavor:  Sour lemon
Ice Cream Flavor: Vanilla
Frosting Flavor: Raspberry cream
Toppings: Ice cream cone and raspberries

by Amber of My Eats and Sweets

Cake Flavor:  Shredded coconut pound cake filled with banana cream pie filling
Ice Cream Flavor: Vanilla bean ice cream
Frosting Flavor: N/A
Toppings: Sliced bananas, crumbled graham cracker crust, and toasted coconut

by Nina of Nina's Cupcakes

Cake Flavor: Chocolate
Ice Cream Flavor: Caramel ice cream
Frosting Flavor: Marshmallow fluff frosting
Toppings: Homemade chocolate fish

by Kendall Kulper of Res-o-puh-leese

Cake Flavor: Preztel
Ice Cream Flavor: Sour frozen yogurt
Frosting Flavor: Sugar glaze
Toppings: N/A

by Ruth Suehle / Flickr Only

Cake Flavor: Vanilla with brownie ribbon
Ice Cream Flavor: Strawberry
Frosting Flavor: Cinnamon/Chocolate ganache
Toppings: Marshmallow fluff, whipped cream, sprinkles, and a cherry
by Cynthia Ramos / Flickr Only

Cake Flavor: Banana nut
Ice Cream Flavor: Scotch
Frosting Flavor: N/A
Toppings: Hot fudge sauce and brûléed bananas

by Ivy Buseck of Little Ivy Cakes

Cake Flavor: Toasted coconut, lime, and pistachio
Ice Cream Flavor: Avocado, pistachio, vanilla bean
Frosting Flavor: Dark chocolate
Toppings: Pistachio brittle, pistachio candy, toasted coconut, lime zest, pistachio dust


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