Ice Cream Everywhere
It's National Ice Cream Month, and The Cliffs Blog has four ice cream recipes and three local ice cream parlors for you to check out this month. No Churn Cinnamon Snickerdoodle Ice Cream from Two Peas & Their Pod Cinnamon is one of those winter flavors that can be difficult to translate into summer. That's why we love this No Churn Cinnamon Snickerdoodle Ice Cream. If something's this delicious, you shouldn't have to wait four months for it to be seasonally appropriate. Red Velvet No-Churn Ice Cream from Delish This is maybe the easiest recipe on this list (and trust us that's saying something). This recipe is especially useful if you have a red velvet cake you want to get rid of. It really is just heavy cream, condensed milk, and red velvet cake. Coffee Crunch Ice Cream (No Churn) from Baked by an Introvert Summer can be a little bit of a struggle on the coffee front. You want your favorite blend every morning, but it's too hot outside to really enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee. Coffee Crunch Ice Cream is here to save the day. This four-ingredient recipe transforms your morning brew into a delectable after-dinner (or breakfast) dessert. Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream from Tastes Better from Scratch This Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream is one of the creamiest ice cream recipes we've ever tried. The base uses sweetened condensed milk, cream cheese, and heavy whipping cream to make an ice cream that rivals any store-bought competitor. The fresh strawberries add just the right touch of light sweetness and the graham crackers give the mixture a nice crunch. It really does taste like strawberry cheesecake. These recipes are great, but sometimes you don't want to wait six hours for your ice cream to freeze before you can have it. Sometimes you just want your ice cream right now. Here are three ice cream parlors in Jersey City that we think you should check out this month: Bucket & Bay Craft Gelato - Torico Ice Cream - Milk Sugar Love Make sure you get out and have some ice cream this month! We want to know your favorite place to get ice cream. Is it in Jersey City, Hoboken, or Lower Manhattan? Let us know your favorite flavors and give us your famous ice cream recipe in the comments!