1. Make home made viennetta
Alida over at My Little Italian Kitchen wows with this home made viennetta – stunning!
2. Use white chocolate
White chocolate and lemon are combined here to make a zesty refreshing summer treat from the Law Student’s Cookbook.
3. Paint mint leaves with chocolate for decoration
Holly over at English Girl Canadian man paints her home grown mint leaves with chocolate for an ice cream decoration.
4. Make it with 3 ingredients
Banana + peanut butter + chocolate = ice cream awesomeness from Laura at I’d Much Rather Bake Than…
5. Make semifreddo
No ice cream machine? This no churn coffee and chocolate semifreddo by Mainly Baking will do!
Rebecca over at Bakenquilt blitzes up a packet of mint fudge cookies in this ingenious mint cookie frozen yogurt!
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7. Make Ice Cream Bars
Kate the Gluten Free Alchemist creates these gorgeous white chocolate raspberry ripple coconut milk ice cream bars and bites – beautiful (and vegan?).
8. Serve it with rum baked peaches
Anne’s Kitchen whips up these rum baked peaches and serves them with coconut milk chocolate ice cream.
9. Make a boozy ice cream float
Hannah over at the Corner Cottage Bakery has her chocolate in a boozy ice cream float; for grown-ups only!
10. Make it low fat
Caroline Makes her low fat ice cream with quark and chocolate syrup. She also has 10 topping ideas.
11. Make it from buffalo milk
Dom over at Belleau Kitchen visited Italy recently and discovered the wonderful world of buffalo milk ice cream.
12. Add blackcurrants
Blackcurrant White Chocolate Cheesecake Ice Cream by Lapin d’Or. Yum!
13. Add blackcurrants and hot caramel fudge sauce
Choclette over at Chocolate Log Blog smothers her white chocolate ice cream in hot caramel fudge and blackcurrant sauces. Oh… my… goodness….!
14. Serve with summer berries
Karen over at Lavender and Lovage serves her white chocolate sundaes up with a generous helping of summer berries and fudge sauce.
Alexandra, The Lass in the Apron, makes her sundaes with home made hydrox cookies and raspberry espresso hot fudge sauce – oh yes please!
16. Make it with only four ingredients
Louisa at Eat Your Veg knows how to impress her children with this four ingredient chocolate banana ice cream.
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17. Use to sandwich together the layers of a chocolate cake
Pridhi over at Drizzling Delicacies sandwiches her eggless chocolate cake together with chocolate ice cream before scoffing with a great big spoon- clever!
There you have the round up of the We Should Cocoa challenge for July 2014 which was all about chocolate ice cream and ice cream toppings. I hope you enjoyed it – I know I am craving chocolate ice cream now!
We Should Cocoa is a chocolate-based food blogging challenge hosted by the lovely Choclette over at Chocolate Log Blog. I had the pleasure of guest hosting it over this month and drooling over each and every mouth watering photograph and recipe. A great big thank you to everyone who linked up.
Visit the We Should Cocoa Pinterest board for previous We Should Cocoa entries and if you fancy a go at entering a recipe yourself August’s challenge is being hosted by Rebecca over at BakeNQuilt.