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9 Easy Frozen Dessert Recipes for Summer

When the weather heats up, you’ll never catch us turning our ovens on—but that doesn’t mean we’re willing to go without a sweet treat. We rounded up some of our fave frozen dessert recipes to help you stay cool and keep your sweet tooth satisfied all summer long. Try them all out throughout the summer season, from Memorial Day to Labor Day. 

Plum and Wine Ice Pops

These grown-up ice pops feature an entire bottle of wine, along with fresh thyme and honey for a mature take on a lunchbox treat.

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5-Ingredient Yogurt Chocolate Bites

Fresh fruit, tangy yogurt, smooth chocolate, and flaked sea salt—what more could we ask for? This no-sweat sweet has all of the makings of a go-to summer snack.

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Kiwi Granita

This shaved cuppa’ goodness is as easy as simmer, blend, freeze, and scrape. We made ours with fresh kiwi, but you can use any ripe, seasonal fruit you fancy this summer.

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Blackberry Lemon Icebox Cake

Get that layered cake look without the preheating. This icebox cake combines a sweet and tart homemade jam with a creamy mascarpone topping and cakey graham cracker layers to make any summer-baby’s birthday festivities sweet. 

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Mango Lassi Popsicle

Having some extra mangoes on hand is never a problem, especially with this 5-ingredient mango lassi popsicle recipe up your sleeve. Plus, we’ve got a hack for how to peel a mango you’re gonna wanna see. 

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Cherry Chocolate Ice Cream

Yep, you really can make a chocolatey cherry ice cream right at home, no fancy equipment needed. Wow your guests at your next summertime hang, or just make your weeknights a little more special with a scoop of this seasonal sweet treat. 

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Mango Lassi Sorbet

Fresh sorbet really just comes down to some high-quality ingredients and patience. We made ours with a splash of vodka to keep it smooth and scoopable, even fresh out of the freezer.

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Frozen Rosé Sorbet

We’re closing our eyes and pretending it’s the summer of 2016 when the frosé was flowing at seemingly every restaurant and bar. Luckily, we can get our fix with just a few ingredients.  

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Watermelon Granita

The best part about this sweet shaved treat? It only calls for three ingredients—but you can make it your own with a squeeze of lime, a sprinkle of tajin, or whatever else your heart desires. 

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