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7 Splendid Ways to Serve Ice Cream this Summer

Grab those ice cream scoops and prepare to cool off this summer with 7 uniquely cool ice cream treats! Whether you like cake with your ice cream, or are just looking for a colorful way to slice up your summertime desserts, we’ve got you covered! With 7 incredible ice cream treats, get ready to get your summertime scoopin’ on big time!

  • Watermelon Bombs Cake 1 of 7
    Watermelon Bombs Cake
    A little bit of sherbet goes a long way in this stunning dessert.
    Get the recipe for Watermelon Bombe Cake
  • Layered Ice Cream Cake 2 of 7
    Layered Ice Cream Cake
    This beautiful ice cream cake is significantly cheaper than those one's you can buy at the store, tastes like a dream, and is surprisingly simple to make at home!
    Get the recipe for Ice Cream Cake
  • Triple Layer Brownie Pie 3 of 7
    Triple Layer Brownie Pie
    Chocolate, chocolate, and ice cream. Doesn't get any better than this!
    Get the recipe for Triple Layer Brownie Ice Cream
  • Birthday Ice Cream Cupcakes 4 of 7
    Birthday Ice Cream Cupcakes
    Happy Birthday…to your belly! Get a little bit of cake and a lot of ice cream with this adorable recipe.
    Get the recipe for Birthday Ice Cream and Cake
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Bowls 5 of 7
    Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Bowls
    Chocolate chip cookie bowls make the perfect spot to stick a scoop of ice cream. Delish!
    Get the recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Bowls
  • Hot Fudge Ice Cream Cupcakes 6 of 7
    Hot Fudge Ice Cream Cupcakes
    Get your hot fudgey goodness on with this deliciously simple, flavorful treat.
    Get the recipe for Hot Fudge Ice Cream Cake
  • Hot Fudge Ice Cream Sundaes 7 of 7
    Hot Fudge Ice Cream Sundaes
    Turn a mason jar into a scrumptious little bowl of goodness with these swirly hot fudge sundae cupcakes.
    Get the recipe for Hot Fudge Sundae Cupcakes

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