National Ice Cream Month and Day

 

 

 

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month 

and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day…that’s TODAY!

 

President Reagan recognized ice cream as a fun and nutritious food that is enjoyed by a full 90 percent of the nation’s population. In the proclamation he called for all people of the United States to observe these events with “appropriate ceremonies and activities.”

 

With that being said, we here at Daily Dish Magazine are sharing with you

a few ways we think you and your family can celebrate this amazing dessert…

 

 (Photo Credit:  Google Images)

Sumptuous Spoonfuls has an amazing recipe for Peppermint Stick Ice Cream…

 

 

Apple Butter Ice Cream from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings…

 

 

From Dawn at Spatulas on ParadeChocolate Chip Coconut Ice Cream

 

 

Homemade Butter Pecan Ice Cream from Mature Spring Chick

 

 

Heath Bar Crunch Frozen Yogurt from Winelady Cooks

 

 

Double Chocolate Almond Ice Cream from Barefeet in The Kitchen...

 

 

From Calculus to Cupcakes makes this delicious Oreo Icebox Cake…

 

 

A delicious Mint Ice Cream Milk Shake from This and That

 

 

Crumbs in My Mustachio makes this delicious Waffle Bowl Ice Cream Cupcake

 

 

Chicago Foodie Sisters has this amazing Ice Cream Candy Cake

that uses ice cream sandwiches…

 

 

AND if you would love ice cream but can’t afford the calories, here’s an easy recipe

from Walking on Sunshine that will satisfy your sweet tooth, 

Frozen Graham Cracker Sandwiches

 

 

We hope you have FUN with these recipes 

and if you can’t get

in your kitchen to fix a special ice cream dessert, 

you can always enjoy

a scoop of your favorite flavor…

 

 

 (Photo Credit:  Google Images)

 

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