1. July is National Ice Cream Month
Long aisle, lots of options! Let’s take a walk through and learn more about different types of frozen treats.
2. Create a Memory, Make Ice Cream
A great way to keep the family at the dinner table is to make dessert together. And making your own ice cream is a real treat.
3. Top it – upside down!
Make fruit the base of your ice cream sundae.
Ice Cream in a Bag
All you need
1 tablespoon sugar
½ teaspoon vanilla
½ cup whole milk or heavy cream*
1 tablespoon salt
Small re-sealable plastic bag
Large re-sealable plastic bag
All you do
*Note: It is important to use whole milk, half and half or heavy cream. Other types of milk may take longer to freeze. Salt is also very important. Without it, the ice cream will not freeze.
Recipe source: www.midwestdairy.com
Upside-Down Strawberries and Ice Cream: Cut the Calories, Keep the Flavor
All you need:
1 cup strawberries
1/2 cup ice cream
All you do:
Recipe Source: Alice Henneman, MS, RD, UNL Extension in Lancaster County
|Jen Haugen represents Hy-Vee as a nutrition expert promoting healthy eating throughout the community. Jen is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.|