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12 Frozen Fruit Desserts

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Let’s set aside the soul-revealing debate of chocolate versus vanilla ice cream for a moment and turn to fruit instead. And what better way to enjoy summer fruit than by creating a delicious frozen treat out of it? Sure, pies, crumbles, and everything in between are great for showcasing sweet seasonal produce, but they can start to feel old as the summer winds down.

Instead, keep things fresh (and cool) with some new ways to use your fruit. Check out all the frozen fruit desserts below for inspiration.

Roasted Banana Paletas by Nicholas Day

Roasted Banana Paletas 

Black Raspberry Ice Cream by Merrill Stubbs

Black Raspberry Ice Cream

Rosemary Honey Lemon Frozen Yogurt by The Cooking of Joy

Rosemary Honey Lemon Frozen Yogurt Recipe

The River Café's Strawberry Sorbet by Genius Recipes

Strawberry Sorbet


Feta Frozen Yogurt with Blood Orange and Mint Granita
 by Helenthenanny

Feta Frozen Yogurt with Blood Orange and Mint Granita Recipe


Raspberry Ice Cream Sandwiches
 by fiveandspice

Raspberry Ice Cream Sandwiches


Frozen Bananas Dipped in Mexican Chocolate Ganache and Spicy Honeyed Peanuts
 by indieculinary

Frozen Bananas Recipe


Italian Ice
 by Tieghan Gerard

Italian Ice Recipe


The Kitchn's One-Ingredient Ice Cream
 by Genius Recipes

One-Ingredient Ice Cream Recipe


Blackberry, Rosemary, and Yogurt Ice Pops
 by Amanda Hesser

Blackberry Ice Pops


Sour Cherry Almond Frozen Yogurt
 by Alejandra_

Sour Cherry Almond Frozen Yogurt


Cherry Snow Cone
 by mrslarkin

Cherry Snow Cone Recipe

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23 days ago Eli J. Pacheco

Ever get that feeling that you just tapped into the next stratosphere of recipes, and you just don't belong? That's me, now. But I'll stick around for the view.