It’s currently 40C here in England, so ice creams and frozen treats are literally the only foods I want to eat right now! Here are a few cute recipes to try if you want something more exciting than just a single scoop of vanilla.
These little frozen yogurt bunnies from Hungry Happenings are made with only two ingredients, so they’re an easy one to try out if making ice cream seems a little tricky for you.
Hello Kitty & Friends show you how to make three different types of mochi ice cream bites topped with your favourite Sanrio characters. These bite size treats are perfect for when you just want a little snack instead of a whole sundae.
Have you ever thought about making your ice cream sandwiches in the shape of a cat? These from She Knows are just too adorable for words and you don’t even need a cat shaped cutter to make them.
These beautiful ice lollies from Lauren Conrad are perfect for a summer party, as they come filled with edible flowers and the flavours of coconut and rose.
This no-churn rainbow ice cream recipe from Cupcake Jemma is great for those of us without an ice cream maker. You can eat the ice cream as it is, or pop it between two chocolate cookies for a real summer treat.
If you fancy something a little larger, then this Sanrio ice cream sundae featuring Keroppi might be the one for you. It has roasted strawberry ice cream, a matcha cookie and comes topped with whipped cream and Pocky.
Let’s not forget our loyal friends in this heat, as they deserve a frozen treat too! These mini bones are filled with fruit and coconut milk and will hopefully keep your dog a little cooler during these hot days. Just make sure to double check that it’s okay to give your own dogs any of these ingredients before you make them.
Most of the recipes above can be made with vegan alternatives, or check out our previous posts with vegan ice cream and Vegan Ice Cream Sandwiches.
Stay cool everyone!
Emma is an English teacher who travels a lot. Adventuring around the world is her passion, with Japan being one of her favourite destinations. She loves baking, photography, sweet treats, and all things Disney. If Emma was a Pokémon, she’d definitely be a Pikachu.