Easy Desserts Made or Served with Vanilla Ice Cream

It’s so hot these days that when I buy ice cream at the grocery store I just about need a police escort to get home fast enough so it wont melt.

Thank goodness for the insulated cooler tote that I keep in the back of my car.

I use it all the time to keep groceries cold when I have a couple stops to make.

So back to the real topic here, vanilla ice cream!

Although any flavor of ice cream will work for my taste buds, I often get vanilla because it makes such delicious shakes (along with malted milk powder of course) and tastes so good with toppings on it.

Here’s a collection of scrumptious desserts made or served with vanilla ice cream.

Some are made with berries and fruit, including a shake made with dates.

Have you ever tried a date shake?

They’re really really good.

Whenever I’m in the Palm Springs, CA area I have to stop and get a date shake first thing.

Also below is a dessert made with Bourbon, one with brown butter, another made with wine, and even a red velvet ice cream float.

There’s also a spin on a Shirley Temple drink made with vanilla ice cream below.

So let’s check these out.

In no particular order, starting off with…

Mango, Blueberry and Ginger Galette  served warm topped with vanilla ice cream.

Red Velvet Ice Cream Float

Shirley Temple Ice Cream Float

Hot Cherry Pie Rolls  served warm topped with vanilla ice cream…sooo good.

Berry Wine Ice Cream Sauce  it tastes even better when served in a wine glass.

Brown Butter Banana Dessert  served warm topped with vanilla ice cream.

Malted Milk Date Shake

Toasted Marshmallow Malted Milkshakes  this is such a delicious milkshake.

Bourbon Glazed Bananas and Streusel Dessert served warm topped with vanilla ice cream.

Malted Milk Ball Shake Float

Thank you so much for stopping by!

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