Ice cream

How Many Ways Can You Eat Frozen Treats?

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According to research by NPD Group, about 40% of Americans will eat ice cream in any given two-week period. Even in the winter, the cold, creamy joys of any frozen treat, whether it be ice cream, gelato, or frozen yogurt is a true delight. During the summer, it is almost necessary medicine for hot days and nights, and accordingly, June is the month when the most ice cream is produced.

There are seemingly endless options for consuming your favorite icy snacks — pouring espresso over vanilla ice cream, loading up your fro-yo with endless topping, or even right out of the box and freezer in the most desperate situations.

Here are a couple of suggestions for how to eat some delicious treats, and utilize your dessert supplies, specifically ice cream:

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04 Mar 2016

The Difference Between Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream and Gelato

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It’s hard to decided which is more enjoyable — the light sweetness and variety of toppings available for your frozen yogurt, the classical creaminess of traditional ice cream, or the deep, rich flavors of sophisticated gelato. But when it comes down to it, what even are the differences between these three deliciously cold treats? Find out some surprising facts about your favorite frozen desserts.
Ice Cream
If you’re like 40% of Americans, in the next two weeks you will eat ice cream. In fact, the average American will consume ice cream 28.5 times a year! In the U.S., there is actually a standardized definition for ice cream — it’s a frozen dessert with no less than 1 (more…)

29 Jan 2016