everything goes with ice cream

111 Decadent Treats From Raspberry Sorbet to Cream Cookie Pie PLUS Fabulous Handmade Party Ideas.

 

EVERYTHING GOES WITH ICE CREAM … yet we understand that the perfect dessert for all of us is not always a big bowl of ice cream. Not everyone loves ice cream … as hard as it is to believe. Which is why EVERYTHING GOES WITH ICE CREAM is the book for all of us. It does, of course, have the easy-to-make homemade ice cream but it also has 176 pages filled with other ideas for making a summertime snack covered in made-from-scratch sea blue candy sprinkles, s’mores and hot chocolate for winter, or an ooey gooey dessert whose magic ingredient is, of course, chunky chocolate fresh raspberry ice cream. And there are, of course, the simple projects to make that “go better” with your ice cream passion: tiny candles made in tea cups, miniature no-sew cake banners, party pom poms, heart-shaped button covers for a special party blouse, and so many more.

This book has really cute ideas and fabulous photography with a layout that all make you as happy as you are on a summer day with your grammy’s fresh peach ice cream pops covered in orange frosting sprinkles!

 

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About Koralee Teichroeb

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Creating has always been a part of Koralee Teichroeb’s life. As a young girl she spent hours around her Grandma’s kitchen table baking, crafting, and collecting.

Today Koralee’s world is dusted with everything from glitter to cake sprinkles. You can usually find her in her kitchen with her camera, as her creative side has now discovered the JOYS of photography. Koralee’s baking and photographs may be found in the pages of Where Women Cook, where she fills her column “Joy Making Days” with yummy treats and ideas to share with those you love.

Koralee’s photographs, paired with her little bits of daily wisdom, can be found on her creative blog Bluebird Notes, www.bluebirdnotes.blogspot.com,
where she shows us that it is the “little things” in life that really matter.

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