Another great use of the ice cream maker! Last time turned out so well, I decided to try a fall-themed concoction. I loved this recipe for Pumpkin Ice Cream because it didn't involve making a stove-top custard first like many recipes require. Just pour ingredients into the ice cream maker and turned it on. Then add the crushed gingersnaps for the last few minutes of churning.
If you don't have an ice cream maker, grab some store-bought pumpkin ice cream (like Graeter's...yum!) and gingersnap cookies. Eat as-is or make mini ice cream sandwiches.
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Suzanne Hollander, MS, RD
As a dietitian, home cook, and enthusiast of all-things-delicious, I'm often asked, "so what do YOU eat?" Here's a blog to answer that very question! My hope is that you'll find (even just a little) inspiration from some of my favorite recipes, restaurants, party-ideas and food musings for your own happy, healthy, food-loving lifestyle.