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Homemade Ice Cream Recipes - 100 Yummy Desserts For Your Ice Cream Maker - cover

Homemade Ice Cream Recipes - 100 Yummy Desserts For Your Ice Cream Maker

Matt Pyne

Publisher: Mayorline

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Summary

Have fun creating flavorful ice creams and relishing every scoop.Enjoy a tasty treat after a long hot summer day.Ice cream is the ultimate treat. It is loved and cherished by everyone. Now you have the opportunity to add a bit of fun to your kitchen by making your own ice cream. After all, what’s more fun than making your own ice cream topped with your favorite flavors? It’s also time to give your friends, family and significant other something to scream about with the range of frozen delicious desserts in this book. These classic recipes with all your favorite flavors will send you dashing to the freezer again and again. You can make the most remarkable ice creams; from classic recipes to nut, fruit and chocolate-flavored ice creams. Not forgetting sorbet, gelato and frozen yoghurt that everyone in your family will love. There are also adult recipes such as Bourbon Creamy Mint, Ice Cream, Caramel Ale Ice Cream, Gin-Tonic Berry Ice Cream and Rum-Pineapple Ice Cream. Additionally, the interesting options for yummy toppings will bring out the creative side of you as you mix and match with gusto. And since you will be using ingredients of your choice, you know exactly what you are eating and can enjoy a double dose of healthy and yummy desserts for your delightful experience. Indeed, This Book Is Packed with Flavors and It’s Time for You to Scoop In.Grab A Copy And Let The Fun Begin!

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