Red wine ice cream is the boozy summer treat you need to make ASAP

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A glass of red wine is great all on its own, but did you know that it can also be used to make some amazing desserts? In the wintertime, red wine hot chocolate was the perfect way to warm up. But now that summer is around the corner and we’ll be spending more time outdoors, this red wine ice cream from Cook. Craft. Love. will be your new favorite warm-weather indulgence.

It doesn’t need to be cooked or cooled. All you need to do is add all of the ingredients to an ice cream maker and churn until it’s frozen. If you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can use a stand mixer instead.

Although this is ultimately a sweet treat, you’ll want to start with a dry red wine. The blogger used a dry Cabernet for hers. The result is a super-pretty, boozy treat that’s the ideal dessert to serve on a hot summer night. Because alcohol does not freeze, keep in mind that the ice cream will be on the soft side.

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If you’re not the DIY type but still love the idea of wine-infused ice cream, a brother-sister duo, Dan and Katie Gorham, created their own version, WineCream. It’s for sale at their tasting room in Baltimore, Maryland, as well as in liquor stores and at festivals in both Baltimore and Washington, D.C. If you’re lucky enough to live in those areas, you can also get it delivered straight to your door.

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WineCream comes in a variety of delicious-sounding flavors, including Caramel Apple, Chocolate-Covered Strawberry, Very Berry and Peach Cobbler. Yum!

In 2018, Haagen-Dazs launched a line of six booze-flavored ice creams, including Irish Cream Brownie and Rum Tres Leches. These ice creams only have 0.5% alcohol by volume, so they’re great for when you want the flavor of your favorite cocktail without getting tipsy.

Cheers to boozy ice cream!

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