Before summer totally disappears, here are ten mouthwatering homemade ice cream recipes you've got to try at least once. Believe it or not, ice cream is relatively simple to make, and it only calls for a handful of ingredients that you probably already have laying around your house. Stick to the script, or add in your own favorite additions (rainbow colored sprinkles, anyone?) to the slew of delicious recipes below. We promise, these ten recipes will taste a million times better than anything you'd ever find in a grocery freezer section!
Pumpkin Gingersnap Ice Cream
Fresh ground ginger and cinnamon add a punch of flavor to this pumpkin ice cream.
Find the recipe at One Hundred Dollars a Month.
Blueberry Ice Cream
This blueberry ice cream has a vibrant color that comes from freshly picked blueberries.
Find the recipe at The Baker Chick.
Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Chocolate chips add a tasty crunch to this otherwise smooth ice cream recipe.
Find the recipe at Spice Opolis.
Vegan Black Raspberry Ice Cream
This vegan ice cream recipe calls for coconut milk instead of dairy milk.
Find the recipe at Peaceful Plate.
Honey Lavender and Mascarpone Ice Cream
If you want to get a little fancier with things, try out this recipe for honey lavender ice cream.
Find the recipe at SheKnows.
Chunky Rocky Road Ice Cream with Marshmallows
This homemade Rocky Road recipes is one you won't be able to forget once it try it.
Find the recipe at Ice Cream Recipe.
Strawberry Ice Cream
This recipe calls for one pint of fresh strawberries and a tablespoon of lemon juice.
Find the recipe at Former Chef.
Pear Ice Cream
This pear-based recipe is a unique take on ice cream that you won't find in most grocery stores.
Find the recipe at Cheap Recipe Blog.
Salted Watermelon Ice Cream
This watermelon ice cream includes a few dashes of sea salt to make it extra unique.
Find the recipe at Pint Sized Baker.
Lemon Poppy Seed Ice Cream
Here's another delicious vegan recipe worth trying out if you're a fan of lemon poppyseed.
Find the recipe at Whole New Mom.This post was originally published on Nicko's Kitchen