Kosher Frozen Dessert Recipes
Pomegranate Granita (Pareve)
A recipe for pomegranate granita made with homemade vanilla simple syrup and pomegranate juice.
Nutty Meringue Ice Cream (Pareve)
If you are looking for a dessert you can make with your children as well as a non-dairy, dessert you can serve after a meat meal, this Nutty Meringue Ice Cream is perfect. Simply mix whipped cream, sugar, vanilla, meringue cookie bits and sugared nuts together, freeze and serve. This easy-to-make, pareve Frozen Meringue Nut Dessert is an especially sweet ending to a festive summer meal.
Banana Cookie Ice Cream (parve)
Banana Cookie Ice Cream is the perfect, parve, lite, sweet ending to a Shabbat meat meal. Both old and young guests at my Sabbath table enjoy this kosher dessert recipe. And my daughter loves to whip it up with me while our challot are in the oven. This recipe is one of many wonderful recipes in Sara Finkel's cookbook Classic Kosher Cooking - Simply Delicious.
My kids love these peanut butter chocolate bonbons (Buckeyes). They are easy to make, can be made in advance, pareve and sinfully delicious. However, I can't make them too often because I end up eating too many of them myself!
Coconut Ice Cream (Pareve)
In kosher homes, festive meals are often meat and dairy desserts can not be served after a meat meal. Therefore, pareve desserts play a leading role in the kosher recipe box. This recipe for pareve Coconut Ice Cream is a big hit in my home on those long summer Sabbath days.
Frozen Lemon Dessert (Parve)
This is the perfect summer Sabbath lunch or Seudah Shlishit dessert, especially when you have invited guests. This Frozen Lemon Dessert is pareve, easy to make, and a light, sweet ending to a festive meal.
Mango Ice Cream (Pareve)
In kosher homes, festive meals are often meat and dairy desserts can not be served after a meat meal. Therefore, parve desserts play a leading role in the kosher recipe box. This recipe for Mango Ice Cream is a big hit in my home, especially during the September-October mango season in Israel.
Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream (parve)
Our friends in Modiin served us this tasty Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream after Shabbat lunch. Since this Ice Cream is non-dairy, it can be served after a meat Sabbath or Jewish holiday meal. I simplified the recipe to make it easier to prepare while maintaining the same great tasty chocolate-mint flavor.