Happy Labor day weekend! Are you as soggy as I am right now? I wish I could say I have been swimming and lounging my day away at the beach in the sun, but I have actually been inside working on relearning calculus for the third time. Graduation is May 19! Today’s ice cream is cream cheese and coffee ice creams swirled with chocolate covered bagel chunks.
Hi y’all. I am alive and so terribly sorry it has been so long since I shared some ice cream happiness! Allow me to share with you what I have been up to these past weeks. I went camping in Lake George with my family. It was a great time with lovely weather and warm campfires. Then I went to my other happy place; the beach. The water was just perfect and as usual, it was almost impossible for me to leave. All of a sudden, it was time for school. I know this is hard to believe but I have begun my senior year of college!
Well, by the time you are reading this fans, I will be on my way home to Pennsylvania. I am a “graduate” of my internship. I passed! Somehow no one realized I was a goofy ice cream lover who didn’t have the slightest idea of how food science worked. Let’s chat about ice cream. Well actually, not ice cream but sorbet. This flavor contains no dairy. Gasp! No dairy?! But I was in the Dairyland of America all summer! Just wait and see. Even the most dedicated dairy lover (me) was obsessed with this flavor.
Hello ice creamers! Let’s close out National Ice Cream Month with another zinger of a flavor. As my summer in Wisconsin comes to a close, I am reminiscing on how much I have learned and grown this summer. I think I am the only one of my family to spend an entire summer in a different place. So I think that automatically puts me at number 1 child status, sorry Chris.
Ready for take 2 of my peach ice cream? This time I tried to work out all the kinks that happened last time.
Ready for another week of ice cream fun? This week I’ve whipped up another fun flavor to share with y’all. Any tried and true chocolate raspberry lovers out there? This flavor is for you. Also if I have any tart fans who like to pucker a little, read on!
Happy National Ice Cream Day!! What a wonderous day where we can celebrate the glory of the world’s best dairy emulsion. Today you must find yourself with at least 1 cone in your hand. More if you are extra into celebrating. Today’s flavor is full of mishap and unexpected results, but at least the name is crafty right? It’s how my name is pronounced. And I have always wanted to visit Georgia. Let’s get into the nitty-gritty.
Salutations my fellow ice cream lovers! I trust you all had a wonderful fourth and are just as mixed up as me, what day is it again? Today I am switching gears away from the pink ice creams and am going dark. Very dark. This flavor will send your taste buds down a black hole of chocolate-y heaven and then spit you back out for another bite. Without further ado, New Moon ice cream!
Howdy friends and followers! I’m back with another dose of drool-worthy ice cream. In keeping with this pink ice cream trend I have found myself on, today’s flavor is strawberry rhubarb. The twist is that it was made with all Wisconsin ingredients! Lets go Wisco! This was my first time ever having rhubarb and cooking with it, so I promise you are in for a real treat with this post. Lets read on shell we?
Welcome one and all. If you are here because you made sure to come and check out this week’s post because I told you to last week, yay! Thanks for listening!
Today is all about the strawberry. Everyone I am sure has some sort of fond memory with strawberries. For me, it was dipping strawberries into the sugar bowl when no one was looking. Today’s flavor is called Strawberry³ because it is strawberry ice cream with chunks of fresh strawberries and swirls of strawberry jam. Lets get started!
Happy Father’s Day! I would especially like to highlight my own dad. And how perfect is it that this week I happened to make his favorite candy into an ice cream? Coincidence is a great thing! But he is actually the best kind of person. The type of person who you call on Father’s Day, complain about things and then hang up, but who loved it anyway because you called. He is a spectacular person, and if I could choose my dad, I’d choose him again. Let’s get into the ice cream though.
Welcome! I'm a chemical engineering student with dreams of becoming the next ice cream sensation. I love drawing chemical mechanisms and cuddling with my hamster Beaker. Join me as I learn the joys of ice cream making!