Churro Ice Cream Sandwiches

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It’s time to give churros a makeover. Obviously, as a fried dough enthusiast, I’m fond of them. They’re comforting and familiar and taste like my childhood—warm summer days spent at amusement parks, eating churros between bites of cotton candy and caramel apples. (I was a sugar hero from an early age.) But since then, I’ve grown up, embraced a slightly more sensible diet, and expanded my culinary sensibilities. Isn’t it time churros grew up a little too?

Good news, churro (and ice cream) fans! Say hello to Churro Ice Cream Sandwiches—two round churros, fried until golden brown and tossed with cinnamon sugar, sandwiching rich, creamy homemade horchata ice cream. The official dessert of Summer 2014 has arrived!

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I don’t know why we’ve spent all these years making our ice cream sandwiches with sad little chocolate cookies like chumps. Churros are obviously the superior method of ice cream delivery. I really can’t imagine anything better than freshly-fried dough, crispy on the outside and a little tender on the inside, coated with cinnamon and sugar, with a fat scoop of smooth horchata ice cream tucked inside. Perfection? I’d say so. Let us never speak of those other ice cream sandwiches again.

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I wish I could take credit for this amazing idea, but honesty and easily google-able facts prevent me from lying to you. The concept of churro ice cream sandwiches originated (as far as I can tell) from an LA dessert company called The Churro Borough, and I first read about them in my new favorite source of inspiration, Yahoo Food’s digital magazine.

Yahoo Food is a beautiful online magazine with recipes, tips, the latest in food news (like churro ice cream sandwiches!) and content from some of my other faves, like Bon Appetit and Food 52. They asked me to partner with them and create a recipe based on one of their articles, and it took approximately 23 seconds of browsing before I had bookmarked a dozen different ideas. I finally ended up asking Jason to help me decide what to make, and he was immediately drawn to this tasty article on Churro Ice Cream Sandwiches—can you blame him?

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Reading about churro ice cream sandwiches was one thing, but figuring out the best way to make them was quite another. I started with my trusty churro recipe, but I soon learned that round churros that look like the proper size and width when going into the fryer turn into unwieldy dough-beasts when coming out of the fryer. After a few experiments with different piping styles and tip sizes, I learned that using a smallish star tip, and piping very thin discs of dough, produces the best results.

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It’s a balancing act: I wanted my churros to puff up, and have that recognizable churro texture, but they also had to be thin enough so the sandwich was easy to hold, and so the ice cream didn’t get totally overshadowed. The winning churros were thinner than “normal” churros, but dang if I didn’t like them just as much! They were just the right size for holding a scoop of ice cream. I had to stop myself from munching on the plain ones….okay, I barely tried to stop myself from munching on the plain ones. What happens in my kitchen stays in my kitchen.

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The ice cream can seem like an afterthought, after the excitement of frying churros, but it’s still a wonderful recipe! It has a remarkably strong horchata flavor that goes perfectly with the cinnamon-coated churros.

To get that authentic horchata taste, I started with my basic method for making horchata, but I swapped milk and cream for the water–nobody is here for thin, watery ice cream, am I right? A quick horchata primer: it’s made with rice and cinnamon, and in my method, I blend these two ingredients with the rest of the liquids and let it sit overnight in the refrigerator to infuse the flavors. After straining, it’s ready to be churned! It’s just that easy. The starch from the rice makes the ice cream thick and creamy, no yolks, cornstarch, or other tricks required.

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I love this horchata ice cream recipe, and I want you to fall in love with it too! It’s summertime, it’s hot, and we all need a churro ice cream sandwich in our lives right about now. I’ve teamed up with Yahoo Food to give away one brand-new Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker, just like the one pictured below! (Only new, duh.) I recently bought this same model for myself and it’s fantastic. It’s easy to use, fairly quiet, and doesn’t take up too much freezer space, so it can live in the freezer all summer and be ready to churn at a moment’s notice!

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If you want more churros and/or ice cream sandwiches in your life, please check out these other SugarHero recipes:

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Churros with Three Dipping Sauces

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Brownie Raspberry Swirl Ice Cream Sandwiches

Salted Caramel Ice Cream | SugarHero.com

Salted Caramel Ice Cream Sandwiches


Churro Ice Cream Sandwiches
 
These churro ice cream sandwiches are insane! Crispy churros and rich homemade horchata ice cream are a match made in heaven. For the best flavor, I recommend letting the ice cream base sit overnight before churning it. If you don't have that time, it should sit for at least 3 hours to really let the flavors infuse. If you don't want to make ice cream at all, any store-bought variety can be substituted instead!
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Serves: 9-10
Ingredients
For the Horchata Ice Cream:
  • 1 cup long-grain white rice
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • ⅛ tsp salt
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
For the Churros:
  • 1 cup + 2 tbsp all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp + 1 tbsp cinnamon, divided use
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 6 cups oil for frying , or enough to fill a large skillet with 1½-2 inches of oil
Instructions
To Make the Horchata Ice Cream:
  1. Combine the rice and cinnamon stick in a blender. Blend on medium-high speed for 1-2 minutes, until the rice and cinnamon are finely ground. (It's okay if your blender produces a coarser mixture—you just want to break them down a little.) Add the cup of milk and blend the milk with the rice until you have a thick, slushy mixture. Pour it into a large container and add the cream, condensed milk, salt, and vanilla. Whisk well, then refrigerate it overnight, or at the minimum 3-4 hours.
  2. Line a strainer with 4 layers of cheesecloth, and pour the ice cream mixture through the cheesecloth to strain out the rice and cinnamon stick. Churn it in an ice cream maker according to the manufacturer's directions. When it is finished it will probably have a soft-serve consistency, so place it in the freezer to firm up before scooping and assembling the sandwiches.
To Make the Churros:
  1. Sift together the flour and 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and set aside for a moment.
  2. Combine the water, sugar, vegetable oil, and salt in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat. Bring it to a boil, and once boiling, add the flour mixture all at once and stir it in quickly. It will be thick. Continue to stir until the streaks of flour are gone, and the whole thing comes together in a rough, shaggy ball in the middle.
  3. Transfer the hot ball of dough to the large bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment. Begin to beat on medium speed, and add one of the eggs. At first it won’t come together, but continue to beat until it’s incorporated and the mixture smooths out. Add the other egg and beat until your dough is combined and smooth.
  4. Fit a pastry bag with your star tip, and fill the bag with churro dough. Cover two baking sheets with parchment or waxed paper. Pipe the dough in a spiral shape into 3-inch circles, keeping the tip close to the baking sheet so the dough is in a very thin layer. You should get about 18-20 circles from one batch.
  5. Transfer the sheets to the freezer for 10 minutes to chill the dough and make it easier to handle. While the churros are freezing, heat the oil for frying. Pour the oil into a large skillet, so that it’s 1½ – 2 inches deep, and turn the heat to medium. Insert a candy/deep fry thermometer and let the oil heat to 350 F (175 C). Line a baking sheet with several layers of paper towel, and toss the granulated sugar and remaining tablespoon of cinnamon together in a shallow pie pan.
  6. Once at 350 F, slide a spatula under the frozen churros to release them from the pan. Transfer 2-3 churros to the hot oil and fry them, turning them occasionally so that they brown on all sides.
  7. When they're finished, they will be puffed and golden brown on all surfaces. Transfer them to the paper towel-lined baking sheet using a slotted frying spatula, then quickly move them to the cinnamon-sugar bowl and toss them with the sugar until they’re coated. Let the oil come back up to 350 F before frying the next batch. If it gets too hot during the cooking process, remove it from the heat until it cools down again. The goal is to always keep it around 350 F.
  8. Continue to cook the churros in small batches until they're all fried and coated with cinnamon sugar. While the churros can be made a few hours in advance, for the best taste and texture, they should be enjoyed on the same day they’re made. To make the ice cream sandwiches, top one with a scoop of ice cream, place another churro on top, and serve immediately!

 

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259 Responses to Churro Ice Cream Sandwiches
  1. Amy S says:

    The watermelon cucumber cooler! I’ve never thought about those two flavors together.

  2. Meghan G. says:

    I actually love hot dogs (shh, don’t tell on me), and I really liked the article on Throwing a Better Hot Dog Party. I’ve eaten at Pinks and watched a commentary on all the best hot dog stands across the U.S. but I’ve never thought of actually serving my own awesome toppings for some delicious dogs. Thank you, Yahoo Food!

  3. Lynda Tribolet says:

    The secret to the perfect 2 crust pie.

  4. Nikki says:

    pour yourself a drink:Bramble, love blackberries!

  5. Medeja says:

    You are genius! You know how to improve everything! :)

  6. OH MY – WHERE HAVE THESE BEEN ALL MY LIFE?
    What a glorious dessert! These look too good to be real, you genius ;)

  7. Dana says:

    watermelon cucumber cooler-i have all the ingredients!

  8. Pam S. says:

    THIS Is How to Make Killer Grilled Chicken! Was glad to see its made with boneless/skinless thighs – will try making this for hubby as he really hates the drier breast meat! First time on yahoo food also, thanks for sharing it!

  9. The flag cake is so fun! I love the “surprise” cakes that reveal a shape or message inside – they are genius.

  10. Jen says:

    Love a recipe over on Yahoo food for Braised Shortrib Tacos…calling my name!!

  11. the sauciest tarragon chicken… /drool

  12. As you well know, Martha Stewart I am not. But her Caramelized Figs with Honey and Cheese looks do-able.

  13. stephanie says:

    The homemade Mallomars on Yahoo Food are VERY inspiring! I want these ice cream sandwiches right now!! (I was eating greek yogurt with cinnamon mixed in as I was reading this. I could almost pretend it was churro ice cream flavored. By almost, I mean not at all, wah.

  14. Tricia says:

    The two ingredient pie crust….my crust is just awful…..

  15. Alisha says:

    https://www.yahoo.com/food/martha-stewart-this-old-school-dessert-never-goes-out-89363761120.html. Martha Stewart’s pecan praline recipe and the horchata ice cream recipe from this post, sound very tempting together, don’t you think?

  16. Margot C says:

    Oh no, another source of recipes for my groaning Pinterest Food board! I like the looks of the ‘Go, Team USA! Make a Flag Cake’; which looks entirely doable.

    https://www.yahoo.com/food/how-to-make-a-flag-cake-for-the-fourth-of-july-89990132693.html

  17. Elin says:

    Chocolate banana pie! Oh my stars! I have some bananas that I’ll have to make into something here soon and this could actually be used for inspiration for some fun cupcakes in my brand new mustache liners!

  18. These look insanely good! I want one right now. They are so perfect for summer and the flavors are perfection!

  19. Kimberly Teel says:

    These look amazing! Definitely going to try this recipe.

  20. Memoria says:

    What a great idea!! I love the combination of churros with horchata! Wow!

  21. David says:

    The article on When To Start Your Marinade is very timely given the upcoming 4th weekend. I think for most of us it is just a guessing game.

  22. Lisa says:

    The cheesy baked jalepeno poppers on the site look good!

  23. Alexis Gepty says:

    sounds amazing…

  24. Helen says:

    Really loving all the world cup inspired posts about different food from around the world! Those empanadas from Ecuador look perfect.

  25. A_Boleyn says:

    I’ve made both horchata and churros but never thought of combining them. I think I’ll start with the horchata ice cream however. :)

    Shame I’m Canadian and not eligible for the ice cream maker. It looks great.

  26. A_Boleyn says:

    I’ve made both horchata and churros but never thought of combining them. I think I’ll start with the horchata ice cream however. :)

    Shame I’m Canadian and not eligible for the ice cream maker, though. It looks great.

  27. Deb Jackson says:

    I like the DIY rocketpops.

  28. Paulina Rapavi says:

    the two ingredient pie crust!

  29. Christine says:

    Your recipe for churro ice cream sandwiches looked divine and I was lucky enough to see a giveaway!

    A couple recipes caught my eye but I’m interested in trying the umami burger. It uses Japanese ingredients like bonito flakes and kombu to make an American burger – very interesting combinations!

  30. Constance says:

    Those pralines look mighty tempting.

  31. Nancy Loring says:

    I checjed out the perfect double pie crust. I love raspberry pie with a double crust. I did learn a new trick from reading this recipe and that was to add appke cider vinegar to the crust 5o make it extra tender.

  32. Sara S. says:

    Michael Ruhlman’s Rosemary-Brined, Buttermilk Fried Chicken recipe looks yummy!

  33. Danguole says:

    Get. out.

    I had this very same vision once, but then got lazy-and definitely way too lazy to take this over the top with horchata ice cream! How perfect. How utterly perfect.

    I want to have a love affair with these ice cream sandwiches. ;)

  34. Johlene says:

    I´ve been lazy lately to comment, why I don´t know must be the summer thing in the air..
    When I saw these on Instagram (I think that´s where I saw it..) I thought they were the cutest ever, so clever, living in Spain where churros are huge for breakfast, I love love this idea!! xoxo

  35. I think you should take full credit, Elizabeth. These ice cream sandwiches are pure insanity! How quickly can you deliver these to MN?? I need these in my life right this second :). Drool!

  36. Joshua says:

    The Do-it-yourself Bomb pops on Yahoo look like the perfect “project” treat to make with my 4 year old who loves any desert that comes out of the freezer.

  37. Angie D says:

    I can’t wait to make your churro horchata ice cream sandwich cookies. And I went and checked out the Yahoo Food website, and fell in LOVE with the fresh cherry tart recipe. I just bought a bag of fresh cherries to make a port-soaked cherry cupcake recipe, but now I know what to do with the leftover cherries! The tart sounds delicious.
    Thanks for the great ideas :)

  38. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    The DIY Rocket Pops! Perfect For 4th Of July!

  39. Michelle J. says:

    The 12 Small Burger Chains That Might Take Over the World sounds interesting!

  40. Erin M. says:

    The article about pie plates by Martha Stewart was interesting!

  41. Lindsay Lee says:

    The 2 ingredient pie crust caught my eye. I’m going to try it our for our fourth of july celebration!

  42. Crissy says:

    Grilled avocado! Why have I never thought of this!

  43. Gosh these look so so delicious and unique!!

  44. Milena says:

    I think I may try making one of their summer soups! It’s warm enough that I’d like something refreshing…

  45. Akilah says:

    I liked the worst imaginary GS cookies. Licorice and boy scouts, yum!

  46. Jenn says:

    Is Yak Meat the New Protein? made me giggle, to be honest.

  47. joe gersch says:

    i liked build a steakier burger and learned to use use only 1/4 pound of beef

  48. danielle Marie says:

    the watermelon cucumber cooler sounds amazing. my fave things combined!

  49. Amy Pratt says:

    I make a lot of pies, so I am always looking for a new and better pie crust recipe.

  50. Heidi Embrey says:

    Your churro ice cream sandwiches were the most inspiring thing I saw. I will have to try to make them! I bet they would be good with maple ice cream also.
    I also likes the grilled guacamele.
    Thanks :)

  51. Denise L says:

    I’m always inspired by cherries and this article was no exception – https://www.yahoo.com/food/cherries-the-best-thing-to-buy-best-way-to-eat-90369768281.html

    Champagne with cherries? Yes, please!

  52. April Brenay says:

    I like the toasted cheese for the grill!

  53. Monique Rizzo says:

    The Grilled Lobster with Cilantro-Chile Butter sounds amazing.

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  55. beth shepherd says:

    I would have never thought to grill an avacado but I will now.
    Thank you!

  56. Katherine says:

    The Red White and blue fruit crisp

  57. Tari Lawson says:

    I enjoyed the article “The Secret To The Perfect Double Pie Crust.”

  58. Tarah says:

    The Buttermilk-Blackberry Dreamsicles caught my eye. I love the picture & the description! I want to try them out!

  59. The one on red, white and blue fruit crisp, it looks perfect for this fourth of July.

  60. Annie Y says:

    Ooh! Thank you so much for this giveaway! One thing that caught my eyes was an article about a weird cake that looks like a giant water drop… O.O so cool!

  61. Katie says:

    I can not WAIT to try this recipe, sounds delish!

  62. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    What caught my eye was the Grilled Guacamole. What a great idea!

  63. Rhianna says:

    The Grilled Guacamole idea looks really cool. I never thought I’d want to grill an avocado but now I might have to.

  64. Cynthia C says:

    I would like to try the Red, White, and Blue Fruit Crisp recipe with the blueberries I picked yesterday.

  65. Ash says:

    I discovered the beautifully delicious Coconut-Key Lime Pie recipe on the Yahoo Food page. I will most assuredly try it out.

  66. Sooji says:

    I love churros, and I love horchata! This is actually the most perfect recipe for me!

  67. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    Yummm—Pecan Pralines! That would be
    Prah’-leens :)
    And wow–Grilled Guacamole!

  68. perla lopez says:

    the rocket pops they look so good!!

  69. Sarah O. says:

    I noticed a recipe for Lemon Basil Custard Pie with berries. I’ve always wanted to try baking with basil – maybe this will get me on my way.

  70. Martha in KS says:

    The red white & blue fruit crisp looks delicious.

  71. April Griffus says:

    The star spangled cocktails are perfect for the holiday!

  72. Linda says:

    The buttermilk fried chicken looks awesome!

  73. Sara Sullivan says:

    I watched a video on how to make “The Summeriest Beet, Plum, and Ricotta Salad.” Looks delicious!

  74. Meg says:

    AMERICA! (MEXICO!) No churros in Africa and that makes me sad.

  75. Summery Corn-and-Radicchio Salad , yummy I must try it

  76. Janice Cooper says:

    Michael Ruhlman’s Rosemary-Brined, Buttermilk Fried Chicken recipe caught my eye because I love, love fried chicken and always looking for different recipes.

  77. Jeffrey says:

    The recipe page for Cheesy Baked Jalapeno Poppers looks awesome.

  78. natalie yeoman says:

    the article that caught me eye is the Make a Flag Cake for the Fourth!

  79. Dawn Lloyd says:

    I loved the buttermilk blackberry Popsicles

  80. Prudence says:

    I liked the article & pictures of Macarons. I’m thinking ice cream filled macarons for the summer! Delish!

  81. Helene Goldenberg says:

    I really liked the article about 5 ways to grill a steak properly, because steak done on the grill is one of my very favorite things…and I’m always looking for ways to improve my results.

  82. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    I think my grandkids would love the Buttermilk-Blackberry Dreamsicles. These look so good. Thank you for sharing

  83. Heather Seguine says:

    I’m with everyone who is intrigued by grilling avocado. I bet guac with grilled avocados is amazing!

  84. Lisa Breece says:

    The watermelon cucumber cooler…I would love to make one.

  85. Natalie says:

    One recipe I would love to try is the red, white and blue fruit crisp.

  86. Linda Kish says:

    Coconut-Key Lime Pie sounds good.

  87. Crystal says:

    grilled rice? never thought of doing that

  88. Pure genius! What an amazing combination!

  89. Joanne says:

    I’d like to say I was inspired by the veggie posts, or those about fish. But let’s face it, there’s a reason I subscribe to your blog. Homemade Mallomars, baby!! Yeah!!!!

  90. KV says:

    I like the Coconut-Key Lime Pie recipe.

  91. Kristy Hughes says:

    The pickled cucumber recipe, my garden is full of them– I needed a good pickle recipe.

  92. Allie says:

    I like the blackberry popsicles

  93. Meg A says:

    The blackberry popcicles look delicious!

  94. I liked the Flag Cake for the 4th of July! Yum!

  95. A recipe for grilled guacamole! I’m a guac fanatic and am always looking for interesting twists-I have a recipe for one with goat cheese and grilled corn that is disturbingly delicious-so I figure grilled the avocados is worth a try! Plus anything that doesn’t have me turning on my oven this time of year is a plus. I live in NC and the weather in July hovers between sticky-sweaty and Satan’s bathtub.

  96. Erica says:

    I thought the independence food cake was interesting because I never would of came up with that idea to make a cake out of fruit!!;)

  97. Betsy Barnes says:

    The “Make Homemade Mallomars” recipe caught my eye because I remember having these growing up in P.A. and it would be fun to try and make them :)

  98. Carly D. says:

    The Sauciest Tarragon Chicken sounds and looks delicious!!

  99. carol clark says:

    One Sweet, Easy Berry Sauce for Almost Any Dessert love this one

  100. Carol Johnson says:

    I like the article on how the Right Pie Plate Can Make or Break Your Baking

  101. Nicole Mecham says:

    I loved the article, “Hack the Gas Station Mini-Mart” by Rachel Tepper. Road trips are so much fun, but it is really hard to find somewhat healthy meals while on the go! She gives suggestions that allow you to put together meals and snacks no matter where you are.

  102. golden storm says:

    All Blackberries, All the Time blackeberry popsicles,,,i love blackberries!!

  103. diane says:

    THE FLAG CAKE LOOKS DELICIOUS

  104. Tabbi says:

    No, I am not eating enough homemade fudge pops. Must. Eat. More.

  105. Suzanne R says:

    Grilled Guacamole- what a delicious and easy update on guacamole from the kitchen!

  106. Bridgett Wilbur says:

    I just love ice cream who doesn’t yummy’

  107. melanie modica says:

    2 ingredient pie crust-love it

  108. My kids would love these churro ice cream sandwiches, they are the best of both worlds. I like the idea of trying the recipe for homemade Mallomars, one of my favorite guilty pleasures.

  109. Taj Kingston (Tonya) says:

    The homemade fudge pops recipe looked good!

  110. Amy L says:

    “Alton Brown’s DIY Peanut Butter Is Genius” caught my eye. I watched the video and now I’d like to try my hand at making peanut butter.

  111. I love the home made fudge pops! looks delicious!!!

  112. Christina says:

    I actually love the functionality and widespread food related everything on that site however my husband just made the holy grail of all burgers he has made using short rib so when the article/recipe came up I had to bookmark it!!! Cant wait to make! https://www.yahoo.com/food/how-to-make-braised-short-rib-tacos-89089666413.html

  113. Christina says:

    I also would like to take a second to say you have been reading my mind… I have been dying for churros!! The shells will be made and I will just have to use vanilla which isn’t so bad but it isn’t HORCHATA sheesh! Heres to hoping I win!!

  114. That blackberries are in season and I need to get to picking so I can make everything blackberry!!!

  115. Dana Esker says:

    I would love to make the homemade fudge pops

  116. Birdiebee says:

    The Grilled Guacamole recipe inspired me.

  117. What caught my eye was “Are you eating enough homemade fudgepops?” Well no I’m not, there is a video that shows how with it. doesn’t seem too hard either.

  118. bec says:

    Grilled guacamole

  119. Stephanie K says:

    I think the grilled guacamole sounds absolutely delicious!

  120. Julie Murphy says:

    I like the article about the top ranked ice cream truck treats.

  121. Natalie Brown says:

    Hello! The recipe called All Blackberries, All the Time certainly caught my eye. It’s pretty simple and you end up with blackberry popsicles. Delicious!! Thank-you!!

  122. Cat says:

    The combination of feta and watermelon?! I have to try it ASAP!

  123. Brad says:

    I like the article More Ribeyes, Fewer Problems. I should be able to cook better steaks now.

  124. Blessie Nelson says:

    I would love to make the Martha Stewart: Watermelon and Feta Salad for the summer!

  125. Chantel F says:

    Seriously?! This made me want to go to te store at 11pm lol. Man oh man, churros are so amazing and I haven’t had one since my honeymoon SIX years ago!! I neeeeeeeed to make these!!!

  126. Wendy Moeller says:

    The article on cherries is very timely and had some great recipes!

  127. There’s.. Too much.. awesomeness!

    This definitely would’ve caught my eye too. Why isn’t everyone making these?! I feel like finding the old Mexican lady who used to sell me churros on the street just to scold her for never getting together with the ice cream guy to sell these.

    I have to check out Yahoo later and see what other treasures they hold.

  128. Oh boy! That DIY choco taco caught my eye immediately!

  129. beth says:

    The salt and pepper ribeye b/c I love a good steak!

  130. Lynda Thomas says:

    The Cheesy Jalapeno poppers look amazing! I know my husband would love them!

  131. christina moore says:

    The Beet, Plum, and Ricotta Salad sounds yummy,a good way to get my family to eat beets

  132. Lynda Thomas says:

    The Cheesy Jalapeno Popper recipe caught my eye. It looks yummy and my husband would be thrilled if I made those! :)

  133. liz says:

    Caramelized Figs with Honey and Cheese! are you kidding me. everything in that sentence sounds like a delicious sticky summer snack with cocktails, friends and lightening bugs.

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  135. Amy Edwards says:

    Spicey choc icecream sandwichs! awesome and can’t wait to try them

  136. Kim Henrichs says:

    OOH the DIY Rocket pops for sure!!

  137. karen says:

    Inspired by Martha’s cherry pie!

  138. Heather Z says:

    The churro’s looked amazing. They almost look like an elephant ear cookie….love those

  139. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I like the DIY Choco Tacos article. They look so yummy!

  140. Julie says:

    the grilled guac looks yummy.

  141. soha molina says:

    I like Be My CherryPie recipe

  142. Jessica Menster says:

    I read the article, “Eat Like a Local: Savannah, Georgia,” and Yum!!! I want to go now and sample food from every one of the local eateries mentioned!

  143. Wren says:

    Definitely the Pinwheel Cherry Pie! Anything with cherries, and I am IN!

    Of course cherry ice cream would be amazing!

  144. Abigail says:

    I like the A Salad to Be Plum Crazy About!

  145. darby says:

    I found the article on when to buy and eat necterines interesting

  146. Darlene Sullins says:

    The DIY Choco Tacos looked really interesting!!

  147. Kelsey Jast says:

    Grill Salad for dinner! The picture looked SO yummy and it caught my eye. Plus I have never thought about grilling salad? Definitely going to try now!

  148. Amy miller says:

    My daughter and I love the Churro Ice Cream Sandwiches so good and so easy to make :-p yumm

  149. Donna says:

    I love the ice cream sandwich idea.

  150. Marc says:

    Hi,

    The one that caught my eye the most on the Yahoo site was the Norwegian Bitterballen, they look delicious. Thanks for the giveaway.

  151. Marjie says:

    Went over to Yahoo food and saw a lot of wonderful recipes. The one that caught my eye was the jumbo strawberry rhubarb muffins. What a great summer breakfast idea.

  152. Hannah says:

    i Like the Choco Tacos article.

  153. suzanne says:

    I think the Orzo and Snap Pea Salad looks delicious! I love fresh summer veggies.

  154. Pam Flynn says:

    oh my gosh…the sweet potato flan looks out of this world. I love flan when it is made correctly and this is a new twist on a classic Mexican recipe.

  155. Erin Madigan says:

    I found the Skewered Sesame Shrimp recipe to be interesting! Sounds delicious!

  156. Anna H. says:

    I like their choco taco recipe!

  157. velder dixon says:

    the flag cake looks delicious.

  158. Chrissy Malave says:

    Sweet potato flan sounds amazing I will have to try it
    https://www.yahoo.com/food/deborah-madisons-sweet-potato-flan-89089590373.html

  159. Judy says:

    The article that really caught my eye is “Maximize Those Leftover Herbs”. There are almost always leftover mixed greens that the family tends to not eat. Instead of ‘getting it over with and eating it all’, it’s a meal of its own.

  160. Linda Beus says:

    This would be sooooooo nice this time of year, especially since we’ve been in the triple digits all week!

  161. Wendy Mastin says:

    The Unbeatably Crisp-Skinned Salmon caught my I. I like to try new recipes and this one looks great.

  162. Juanita A May says:

    The 2 ingredient pie crust is something I gotta try!

  163. vera says:

    I love flan and sweet potatoes, never thought about combining the two together and then I found a Sweet Potato Flan recipe on Yahoo that I must try! https://www.yahoo.com/food/deborah-madisons-sweet-potato-flan-89089590373.html

  164. Elena Vo says:

    Caipirinha cocktail recipe looks great!

  165. Linda Madden says:

    The Boozy popsicles sure look good. I’m having a get together next weekend and I am definitely going to make them.

  166. Katy says:

    You. Are. Killing. Me. I need that ice cream sandwich in my life STAT, girl!

    Yahoo!’s (punctuation???) Unbeatably Crisp-Skinned Salmon looks unbeatably yummy.

  167. PaulaMS says:

    Charred Eggplant with Miso Dressing sounds good to me.

  168. Kassie Brown says:

    The simple pie crust recipe is a must try for me.

  169. Rebekah says:

    Strawberries and Rose Cream! sound amazing!

  170. Lisa V. says:

    Being from Baltimore, the Maryland Crab Cakes is my favorite recipe.

  171. Karen A. says:

    I read the article “Don’t Serve Your Family Bad Chicken”. Some interesting tidbits that I already knew and a few that I didn’t. Chicken is one of the main items that I want to make certain is absolutely cooked enough.

  172. Kerrie Grant says:

    How to make your own Choco Taco. I love chocolate and COLD chocolate is the best. :)

  173. Mihaela Day says:

    I would love to make a Chocolate banana pie

  174. Carolann Leibenguth says:

    The sweet potato flan recipe I love that the kids would never realize how healthy the sweet potato is.

  175. Lasonda says:

    The recipe for Tarte Flambée with Summer Squash, Onions & Lardons caught my eye.

  176. Missa Lynn says:

    The sweet potato flan looks soooo good!!!

  177. Brittney House says:

    I would like the Grilled avocado.

  178. Vickie A says:

    So happy I found this recipe!! OMG, Churros and Ice Cream?? There is almost nothing as heavenly!

  179. amber.m says:

    watermelon cucumber cooler

  180. Jan Lee says:

    I like the Wild Mushroom Soup :)

  181. Juana Rose says:

    I’d love to try One-Pan Pasta and eliminate the need to boil and drain! I never thought you could do it but I guess you can.. What a timesaver!

  182. Angela Killingsworth says:

    I was super inspired with this idea! ~
    French Monaco… yum! :)
    This twist on the classic beer cocktail blends pale lager with pomegranate syrup and lemonade. Thank you!!

  183. Johan Ellermann says:

    Oh wow the cherry pie reminds me of my late grandma’s pie, think I will dig out her recipe and make it :)

  184. Deb Christie says:

    The video about the Bitty Q caught my eye and I watched it. It’s cute!

  185. Erica B. says:

    I like 14 Boozy popsicles fit for summer.

  186. Jana says:

    grill salad! I had no idea you could/should grill lettuce :)

  187. The strawberries ans creame fraiche with dark muscavado sugar!! Looked delicious!

  188. Deanna Peoples says:

    grilled an avocado

  189. Christina says:

    I liked the 14 Boozy Popsicles post on Yahoo Food! Who wouldn’t? Love the ice cream maker!

  190. Joanne says:

    This sounds amazing! I’m definitely going to try and make them with my friends!

  191. Traci Giordano says:

    I read Chicken Too Pricey? Cook Tofu. I didn’t realize that the fertility of chickens was being compromised. Being Chinese American I have grown up loving tofu. It is completely underestimated in taste and health properties. Being allergic to everything (eggs, ALL shellfish, mango, pineapple, guava, etc. etc. etc, and other stomach issues including partial paralysis of the stomach, I appreciate that such a wonderful product is finally getting its much deserved notice.

  192. Alison Wang says:

    Pork and peaches!! Sounds amazing! :)

  193. Jill Myrick says:

    I would love to try the Sweet Potato Flan recipe.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  194. Lorena Keech says:

    The summer refreshing beer cocktails look so yummy!

  195. Shelbie Johnston says:

    two ingredient pie crust! Maybe I can actually at age 60 make an edible crust LOL

  196. Joanne says:

    As for the yahoo food, I have my eyes on the roasted strawberry red wine pop! Yum

  197. Sarah Jestings says:

    I liked the Chowder 3 Ways article because chowder is one of my favorite things to eat.

  198. I can’t wait to try the deep fry cookie dough/ My grandkids and their friends will just love it and we will have a new treat to share. Thanks for the recipe

  199. Tabbi says:

    I love chocolate souffle when I go out. So why not at home just for me? I don’t like coffee, so I might try just a touch of almond extract instead. And homemade blackberry ice cream on the side.

  200. Kasey says:

    I like the article about charring cucumbers. I have persian cucumbers in the fridge right now and need to grill them tomorrow!

  201. J Spatafora says:

    14 Boozy Popsicles Fit for Summer…. caught my eye….I’ll try it at the next BBQ

  202. Lynda Del says:

    Ooh, the watermelon cucumber cooler sounds so refreshing!

  203. DIANA says:

    Recipe that caught my eye was the last minute pot luck chocolate chip cake. I’m always going to last minute parties and this cake seems perfect for that.

  204. Suzanne Thompson says:

    14 boozy treats sound refreshing for a hot summer day

  205. Annmarie W. says:

    I’d love to make their Grandma Virginia’s Oven-Fried Chicken!

  206. nancy says:

    baked zucchini chips. But those churro ice cream sandwiches look divine!

  207. Emilia H. says:

    Blackberries, we’ll be drowning in them in a little while, so having more ideas of what to do with them is always appreciated

  208. John-Paul says:

    The Bacon potato salad recipe looks amazing. We’re always trying to find new potato salad recipes for summer picnics. :)

  209. bac567 says:

    The ‘A Salad to Be Plum Crazy About’ article looked like a refreshing summer plate.

  210. tina reynolds says:

    so many cool recipies and articles my favorite one so fat the no bake dessert recipies

  211. George says:

    Ooh, charred cucumbers. Cooking vegetables is always neat.

    Also, churro ice cream sammiches? Droooool.

  212. Ashley Pichon says:

    The last minute potluck article is genius. Every other week it seems like we have to whip something up for work :-/

  213. Jessica says:

    The Refrajo (Colombiana Pitcher Cocktail) sounds good.

  214. Missy says:

    The Nanaimo Bars recipe caught my eye. Yum!

  215. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    I like the “How Gorgeous Are These Melony Sno-Cones?”. I would like to give those a try.

  216. Ceinwyn R says:

    The Nanaimo Bars on the front page from Saveur-just wow!

  217. Jennifer Reed says:

    I visited Yahoo Foods and a recipe that caught my eye was the Pork + Peaches Forever recipe. I have found a local peach orchard in my area that has delicious fruit and I would love to use some in this fun recipe. Yum!

  218. Francine Anchondo says:

    I like the Nanaimo Bars recipe

  219. Della Barker says:

    I like the Martha Stewart: Pinwheel Cherry Pie

  220. Nicole Millheim says:

    I love the One Fabulous Bourbon Grapefruit Cocktail

  221. Shannon says:

    Summery Wild Mushroom Soup, I’d make a lighter, healthier version but I love mushrooms so the basic idea sounds yummy.

  222. Connie Tucker says:

    I’d like to try the Heavenly Oatmeal-Molasses Rolls

  223. cassandra says:

    The BBQ Basics You’ve Got to Know caught my eye. They look delicious, our family loves BBQ’s

  224. Patricia E. says:

    Last minute potluck

  225. Rachel O says:

    I can’t wait to try!

  226. Pamela Makuta says:

    The recipe that caught my eye was definitely the 7 Super-Refreshing Beer Cocktails!

  227. susan smoaks says:

    The secret to the perfect 2 crust pie!

  228. Leslie L Stanziani says:

    I really like the summer fruit crisp recipe.I think I will have to go to the grocery store today to get the ingredients.

  229. OK. Lots of things – I missed the contest, but that’s ok. I actually gave away our ice cream maker a while ago bc I only used it about once a year, and I need the cupboard space to hold things like mini-bundt pans and casserole dishes. Also, I LOVE churros, and I can totally be on board with making these. I’d serve them with a bowl of ice cream instead – because I’m lazy like that. And your fingers, Lady. What?? You paint your nails? I NEVER do, because they are ruined in roughly 10 seconds flat via dishwashing and/or toilet scrubbing and the like. Cheers to you for being FASHIONABLE!!

    • Elizabeth says:

      Ah yes, the old mini bundt pan vs ice cream maker dilemma! Been there. That might explain why I have trifle dishes in my living room and teapots in my bedroom…. #needmorespace

      And the nails are a VERY rare occurrence! Mine usually chip instantly too, but sometimes I just can’t resist.

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