5 Super Chill Summer Desserts




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Fresh Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream

5 Super Chill Summer Desserts  for when you can’t bear to turn on the oven, but you still want to impress.  These fabulous summery treats will help you keep your cool!


 

Rainbow Popsicles

Colorful popsicles are as fun to make as they are to eat.  Use whatever fruit you want, pureed, layered, and frozen!

Healthy summer fruit Rainbow Popsicles ~ theviewfromgreatisland.com

 


 

Drumstick Ice Cream Pie

A summertime classic in pie-form. That’s an ice-cream-cone crust topped with a layer of chocolate ganache, then vanilla ice cream, followed by a hardened chocolate and nut topping.  It’s a memorable dessert.

Drumstick Ice Cream Pie is inpired by one of summer's great treats --- this easy, no-bake ice cream pie is a huge hit every time!

 


 

Fresh Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream

It’s hard to beat fresh, in season summer raspberries. My recipe includes instructions for both churn and no-churn, so basically you have no reason not to make this!

Fresh Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream

 


 

Cold Brew Icebox Pie

This no-bake treat is cool, creamy, and refreshing. It’s your go-to when it’s way too hot for after dinner coffee…

Cold Brew Icebox Pie with forks

 


 

Lemon Crunch Bars

These lemon crunch bars have a vintage charm to them, and are somehow both light and luxurious at the same time. I especially love the combination of the cool, tangy lemon filling with the snappy gingersnap crust.

Tangy and creamy no-bake Lemon Crunch Bars

 

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    2 sisters recipes
    June 30, 2019 at 7:50 am

    You have the best desserts Sue! I still have to make your cold brew pie! We adore anything with coffee flavor! Have a Happy Sunday!!

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    Tricia
    June 30, 2019 at 4:59 am

    LOVE them all! Those popsicles look amazing – how do you get them so perfect? A must try recipe for sure :)

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      Sue
      June 30, 2019 at 7:41 am

      Hey Tricia! I’ve been making layered pops for so long, it’s super simple. Just be sure each layer is completely frozen before adding the next, they come out perfect every time.