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Chocolate Pretzel Frozen Custard

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Something curious happened the summer of my freshman year in college. Frozen custard shops popped up all over town, all at once. I distinctly remember at least FIVE brand-new custard shops opening that summer, and possibly more. They were all the rage!

Lines of soon-to-be patrons snaked across the parking lots, so much so, that you could barely pull in. What was the big deal about frozen custard you wonder? Well, if you are asking, it’s certain you haven’t tasted it.

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Frozen custard, the most silky and decadent treat in the ice cream family, is known for it’s dense velvety texture. This texture is derived by the marriage of heavy cream and numerous egg yolks. It’s a truly beautiful union!

Custard laughs in the face of calorie counters. Calories-shmalories!

It beckons you back again and again. No wonder so many shops were able to open and thrive that year. Tulsa, Oklahoma was suddenly a much happier place to live… Fat and happy that is. *wink*

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I made Chocolate Pretzel Frozen Custard one evening when we had guests over for dinner. This particular group of friends have tasted a great deal of my recipes and always make me feel like Julia Child.

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Let me tell you, they could not stop talking about the Chocolate Pretzel Frozen Custard; more so than anything else I’ve ever served them that evening.

In fact a couple of them, who don’t even eat ice cream, said it was their new favorite dessert, hands down. One friend, who’s name will remain anonymous, now checks my freezer every time he walks in the door… It was that good.

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This toothsome and salty Chocolate Pretzel Frozen Custard is indulgent and delightful. It would make a wonderful dessert for any summer party.

Like the perfect romance, it is unassuming at first glance, then it’s sultry sweetness leaves you wanting more!

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Chocolate Pretzel Frozen Custard Recipe #icecream #summer
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Chocolate Pretzel Frozen Custard

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Chocolate Pretzel Frozen Custard Recipe - An ultra silky and salty-sweet homemade ice cream recipe for summer!
Servings: 6 cups



  • In a saucepan over medium-low heat, whisk together cream, milk, cocoa powder, brown sugar, vanilla extract, and a pinch of salt. Bring the mixture just to a boil.
  • While the cream mixture is heating, use an immersion blender to whip the egg yolks and white sugar until it’s pale and thick.
  • Whisking the cream mixture constantly, slowly pour in the egg mixture until it’s well-combined. (I used the immersion blender for this as well.)
  • Stir, and allow the mixture to thicken for a couple minutes. Strain the mixture to eliminate any clumps and place in an airtight container. Put it into the refrigerator for a few hours, until completely chilled. (If in a hurry, place in the freezer for 1 hour. Don’t forget about it!)
  • Once the mixture is chilled, pour it into an electric ice cream maker and churn for 20+ minutes to your desired consistency. Finally pour in the pretzel pieces and churn another minute.
  • Serve immediately or place in the freezer to harden.


Serving: 1cup, Calories: 595kcal, Carbohydrates: 60g, Protein: 10g, Fat: 38g, Saturated Fat: 22g, Cholesterol: 279mg, Sodium: 249mg, Potassium: 444mg, Fiber: 5g, Sugar: 39g, Vitamin A: 1515IU, Vitamin C: 0.5mg, Calcium: 199mg, Iron: 3.2mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Author: Sommer Collier

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175 comments on “Chocolate Pretzel Frozen Custard”

  1. I’ve made this twice now. It’s very good and the texture is amazing even once it’s been in the freezer for a bit. It’s very smooth and creamy. I will say that unless you really like a very strong chocolate taste, I would cut back on the cocoa powder. 1 cup leaves it a bit too much like eating cocoa powder. Next time I make it I will definitely cut it back to 1/2 a cup.

  2. I’ll take frozen custard over ice cream any day. And I love the combination of sweet and salty in this chocolate pretzel version! 

  3. Another mindblowing recipe! Thanks Sommer!

  4. I just got an ice cream maker and can’t wait to try this out. I love the combo of salty/sweet. Thanks for such great recipes via my email.

  5. This looks soooooo good. I love sweet and salty and can never say no to ice cream. You’re right about custard being addicting. We used to have a place that served it but I’m pretty sure they closed :( I will most definitely need to try this recipe out. There’s not much better than homemade sweets.

  6. Your mode of describing the whole thing in this paragraph is truly fastidious, all can without difficulty understand it, Thanks a lot.

  7. I subscribe!

  8. Ice cream will always be my fave!

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  10. This looks sooooo amazing! I want some right now!

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  11. I finally got around to making this, and it’s amazing! It was also MUCH easier to make than any of the chocolate ice cream recipes I’ve made before. One note, I cut the recipe down by 25%. I have the Cuisinart ice cream maker, and all of my recipes max out the liquid ingredients at 3 cups, which almost overflows the tub when done churning.

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  13. Words can’t even describe how amazingly delicious this looks right now. If only I had an ice cream maker…I sense a trip to the store coming up! ;-)

  14. Your custard sounds so good. Since M&M and pretzel came on the market I love the choco-pretzel combo.
    And with the sunny days outside, this would be a heavenly treat.
    thanks for sharing Sommer.
    hope you’ll have a wonderful weekend

  15. I made this for Brian on V-day and it was incredibly decadent and delicious, Sommer! I loved how it was so deeply chocolate and not overly sweet.

  16. It’s possible that I’ve flaked out badly enough that I’m missing the look-who-the-winner-is section of this giveaway, but I just can’t find it anywhere! Am I alone in my quest???

  17. Really innovative custard- never tried chocolate with pretzel- should taste swell!

  18. Howdy. I’m glad I’m too late for the giveaway because I want to comment on the amazingness of this frozen custard for its own sake. There was a frozen custard shop in Wilmington where my in-laws live that we would stop in every time we visited. I’ve been bereft ever since it closed its doors. This brings hope back. Thank you for creating this recipe! Now if you could just make one without chocolate in it? Please? :)

  19. I tweeted about this giveaway

  20. I posted a link for this giveaway on Facebook

  21. I subscribe through google reader and now email, as well :)

  22. My favorites are butter pecan and anything chocolate, escpecially combined with coffee!

  23. chocolate ice cream is my fave.

  24. My favorite frozen treat is sherbet, especially mango.

  25. Oh my dear…. That custard looks like the BEST! I love coffee icecream. One of these days I’m going to splurge on an icecream maker so I can make my own.

  26. i subscribe via google

  27. oh wow – that loos so tasty ! drool :) my fav. vanilla ice cream with strawberries – yummm

  28. My favorite frozen treat is ice cream , i never can say no to Ben and Jerry’s Cinnamon Bun ice cream. :)

  29. Passion fruit sorbet, or plain frozen yogurt!

  30. My fav frozen treat is frozen yogurt with fresh strawberries!

  31. I love how smooth and creamy frozen custard is.I’m excited about this recipe since now I finally have an ice cream maker too! yippee! Adding the pretzels is such a great idea. Love it!

  32. At the moment I’m craving Baskin-Robbins Jamoca Almond Fudge and Pistachio Almond Fudge! YUM!

  33. Nope – never had frozen custard but it sounds a lot like how the French make ice cream, without the pretzels, of course ;) I can see how gorgeous this would taste though. The texture is unbelievable!

  34. Hello there…. I’m so sorry for missing so many of your posts.. my mother is sick, so I’ve been so pre occupied with that and school, work, …. also I started my own site, website.. wanted something a little bit more professional, and wanted to give you the new site address = )

    It may take me sometime to finish it completely, so bare with me while I’m posting and tweaking… = ) I thought, why not just brand myself…

    the new site is ellemarie.jp, hope you’ll bookmark it and come visit me.

  35. Wow, that looks like a frozen custard I need to have a gallon of. Sometimes caring about calories has to wait for another time. Delicious recipe thanks for sharing it. Happy Valentine’s Day :)

  36. I subscribed to the blog with Yahoo. :-)

  37. My favorite frozen treat is ice cream. Vanilla, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Butter Pecan. Love ice cream. Chick-fil-a’s Peppermint milkshake is awesome.

  38. I subscribe to your blog on feedburner

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  39. I tweeted this giveaway

  40. My favorite frozen treat is coffee flavored ice cream with chocolate chips. I prefer homemade though and would love to find a recipe to make that!

  41. That frozen custard looks gorgeous! I love the salty-sweet combination. My favorite frozen dessert at the moment is peppermint ice cream, although coffee is pretty delicious as well.

  42. I have two favorite frozen treats! I love Starbucks java chip ice cream and pistachio gelato! Yum!!

  43. i absolutely love any frozen treat… specially raspberry gelato!!!! :) mmm that one is amazing!

  44. oh my…OH MY that looks INSANE…must make that soon.
    lets see, I really like homemade frozen yogurt with any kind of berry, tangy, sweet…YUM!

  45. i subscribed :)

  46. mm, my favorite frozen treat is ANYTHING with chocolate. and more chocolate. and caramel. YUm!

  47. I tweeted and followed you. @MCJunkie

  48. I juSt became a subscriber here and that recipe you posted looks wonderful. @MCJunkie

  49. My favorite frozen treat is them strawberry ice cream bars. The kind with that coating on them. Old fashioned but wonderful. And I can’t forget fudgcicles. Thank you for the chance here. Off to subscribe. @MCJunkie

  50. im following yahoo feed

  51. i would make a pineapple and orange ice cream.

  52. I subscribe to your feed!

  53. Oh my, it is hard to pick a favorite frozen treat – but I’d have to say gelato if forced! When I was in Italy last, I ate gelato AT LEAST once a day…sometimes 2-3 times…I love it that much…haha!

  54. I have never tried frozen custard but it looks amazing!!! and the pretzel addition? Really original..why not?
    I LOVE your ceramic bowl !!!! Is there a giveaway for that? ;D

  55. I love milkshakes… chocolate malt, or toasted marshmallow! Mmmmm.

  56. I’m going to say that my favorite frozen treat has to be this custard! Wow! Wow! Wow! I can see why they couldn’t stop talking about this. I would have wanted to kidnap you so you could make this custard, over and over again. Thank you for sharing another great recipe with me. You never let me down! I hope you have a weekend of love and relaxation. We all need it, I think!

  57. I’m an e-mail subscriber!

  58. I remember going out for custard when I was a kid and thinking why are they calling ice cream custard? It is dreamy – I love this version with pretzels! My favorite was always a vanilla custard cone dipped in chocolate!

  59. This custard looks rich and very low fat;0)My favorite frozen dessert is any Italian gelato! What a nice giveaway Sommer!

  60. This frozen custard sure looks good. Can’t go wrong with chocolate ;)

  61. now that’s a custard..sweet and salty!! I don’t blame him for looking in freezer, i would be too!!lol


  62. is my favorite right now…oops, forgot to type that!

  63. I love most frozen treats! Frozen yogurt, ice cream, or frozen custard. Orange Leaf peanut butter frozen yogurt.

  64. I also subscribe to your blog on my feed :)

  65. Sommer, your frozen custard looks wonderful!! I definitely prefer frozen custard to regular Philadelphia-style (egg-free) ice cream. My favorite flavor of ice cream (of either kind) is mint chocolate chip :)

  66. I love frozen custard! I went to college in St Louis and had never had frozen custard before experiencing the amazingness that is Ted Drewes. Your pretzel version looks awesome, but my favorite will always be the apple pie frozen custard at Ted Drewes!

  67. Chocolate, salty and crunchy–what a combo! Great recipe. Thanks for sharing.

  68. I love my Cuisenart Ice Cream makers, too. I have three of them! And an extra bowl and sometimes (in the summer) have them all going at once! There is nothing like homemade ice cream at a summer party! This custard looks like something one would eat in private, with the lights out. It is that sinful.

  69. Awesome frozen custard…loved the addition of chocolates, makes it so festive. A perfect dessert for everybody, kids and adults… !

  70. Ben and Jerry’s Chubby Hubby

  71. I love homemade ice cream. Mocha Chip, Coffee Heath Bar Crunch. Although at this time of year, frozen thin mint Girl Scout Cookies are up there, too!

  72. I have an ice cream maker but wanted to let you know I love your recipe and gotta try that one. Great job!

  73. This sounds delicious. I like to indulge in Cold Stone Creamery ice cream.

  74. The custard looks delicious! My favorite frozen treat is actually McDonald’s soft serve. I would love to recreate the recipe at home!

  75. SO original doing the chocolate salt combo but with crunchy pretzels! Clever.

  76. Oh my. This looks so good! Chocolate and pretzel together in a decadent dessert!

  77. You know my favorite frozen treat is gelato, it’s got the thick dense, but silky texture that’s just heavenly! I don’t think I’ve ever tasted a proper frozen custard before, there aren’t any shops near me.

  78. What a great combo! Never tried this before. Looks really tempting!

  79. The custard looks delish ! Good luck with the giveaway !

  80. My favorite frozen treat is mint chip ice cream. In case you don’t win this give away: Quick tip for all of you that want to make this but don’t have an ice cream maker: Assuming you have a stand mixer (such as a Kitchen Aid), just pour it in the bowl of the mixer to chill. When it’s cold, give it a 30 second whirl in the mixer, put it in the freezer for half an hour, take it out and mix for 30 seconds, put it back in the freezer for half and hour, repeat until you have the consistency of ice cream/custard. Voila!

  81. I love the salty and sweet combo. Yum! The custard pretzels sound great. What a generous giveaway! Thanks for sharing!

  82. I have never had frozen custard but I sure would put that machine to good use! My favorite frozen treat? I think I have to go with with classic: ice-cream…homemade even better :)

  83. Mmmmm…I love homemade icecream!!! This looks amazing, chocolate and pretzels together? Love it! :)

  84. By far my favorite ice cream is the homemade cinnamon ice cream my mom used to make when I was little. Served with warm apple pie…

  85. Hubba hubba! :D My favorite frozen treat?!?!?!? Yikes, that’s a hard one. Let’s see, I would have to say…. maple walnut ice cream with chocolate sprinkles! :D

  86. We only have one (that I know of) frozen custard place here in Louisville. Well… that is, HAD. We found out they closed down this past fall. It was a sad day. But now with this recipe, I think I can bring back frozen custard to our lives without even leaving home!

  87. It’s so hard to pick one frozen treat! I would have to go with a cookies and cream milk shake!

  88. wow this looks amazing your blog just gets better and better love Rebecca

  89. WHOA! I love this idea!! I love chocolate-covered pretzels so I know I would love this! I’m totally saving it for the day I finally bust out my ice cream maker!!

  90. Custard and chocolate chip cookies are my two favorite desserts. Our local custard restaurant has changed their recipe and isn’t as good. I would love to be able to make it at home.

  91. looks delicious and lovely treat
    I like ice cream

  92. That is something I’ve never tried, but it sounds delicious!
    My favorite frozen treat would have to be ice cream…any ice cream! I love that stuff. :)

  93. I love strawberry ice cream with chocolate chunks or strawberry soft serve! Yum!

  94. I have always wanted one of these. I would love to win one!

  95. I’m definitely making your custard. My family will be SO happy!

    My favorite frozen dessert is an ice cream pie…one with an Oreo crust, peppermint ice cream and a fudge topping.

  96. froyo! love it!

  97. Yum! Great recipe! One of my favorite things to eat in the Summer growing up was purple cow ice cream(blackberry with chocolate and white chocolate chips) with pretzels dipped in it. I love salty/sweet.

  98. Neato, Sommer! What a great giveaway! You’ve had the goods for real lately (smile). Ooh, and your chocolate pretzel custard sounds delicious. I think my favorite ice cream though is a good, old fashioned butter pecan that’s not too sweet. Yeah…

  99. I LOVE all things frozen! My favorite is Starbuck’s java chip ice cream :)

  100. My FAVORITE frozen treat would have to be rainbow sherbet a la Baskin Robbins! I don’t know why but I could seriously eat it everyday and be happy as a clam.

  101. That would be frozen custard!!!!!

  102. This is awesome!! I love pretzels and even more so when they’re swirled in to chocolate custard!!

  103. My all-time favorite frozen treat is this Flipino shaved ice dessert called “halo-halo” which literally translates to mix-mix. The fillings vary, but usually there are layers of beans and tropical fruits which are topped with shaved ice. Often times it has ube halaya (purple yam jam), leche flan, and ice cream on top of the ice. Then to finish, some sort of milk is poured all over the halo-halo.
    To eat it, you have to mix it all together.
    If you ever get a chance to try it, you def should!

  104. Love chocolate chip ice cream sandwiched between chocolate chip cookies!

  105. This looks and sounds amazing. I just became a subscriber!!!!

  106. I think my favorite has to be mocha chip ice cream drowning in hot fudge.

    By the way, I’m loving your blog!

  107. Mmmmmm, that chocolate custard looks scrumptious. I’d have to say my fave frozen treat is frozen yogurt with all kinds of fresh fruit in it- yum! Thanks for the opportunity for such a great giveaway!

  108. I already have a cuisinart IC maker but I could always use a second one! My fave frozen treat is the Cashew Turtle Ice Cream from Cherry Hill Farms here in MA. It’s not something I can indulge in often but it is the bomb!

  109. I was just thinking that I need an ice cream maker… I like cubby crunch@bobtail…toffee and oreos plus sprinkles so I don’t have to choose…

  110. My favorite frozen treat is definitely black raspberry ice cream. It doesn’t hurt if it has chocolate chips in it!

  111. oh wow this looks delicious, i bet it tasted it too! im not sure what my favourite frozen treat is but i think it’s probably ben n jerrys..so many flavours to choose from yum!

  112. New York Super Fudge Chunk. Ben & Jerry can mix up some delicious ice-cream concoctions.

  113. I posted you on my fb page, too! :)

  114. can i enter again since i’m already a suscriber? :) i really want an ice cream maker!!

  115. you know, my favorite frozen treat is vanilla custard with fresh, crushed raspberries. heavenly bliss! all b/c of those custard shops in tulsa, oklahoma when we were in college. :)

  116. I love, love, love MooseTracks ice cream………yummmmmmmmm

  117. My favorite is Haagen Dazs Five Lemon!

  118. Living in a college town myself, our Andy’s frozen custard is hard to beat:) I think I love chunky monkey the best, and I try not to indulge very often…even though I have to drive right past it when I take me son to school:)

  119. I love custard, but I’ve never made it myself. Thanks for this recipe, the chocolate and salty pretzels must be amazing!

  120. Lovely recipe!

    My favorite frozen treat is a chocolate covered frozen banana…with sprinkles

  121. Already a subscriber to ASP…comes up on my google homepage, but making sure it’s never to be missed, I get notice of it in e-mail as well. Thanks, Spicy, for this chance to win!

  122. Does it count if I say THIS HEAVENLY CUSTARD is my favorite icy treat? I haven’t even tasted it but I can tell that it’ll put my homemade chocolate cookie sandwich with candied ginger ice cream to shame, and that’s been my fave for years. Can’t wait to try it!

  123. chocolate peanut ice cream…or rocky road…or peppermint…Gosh, your chocolate pretzel ice cream looks so good that I WILL have to make it, and chances are good IT will be my favorite. Thanks for this chance to win.

  124. i have one and LOVE it!

    I have posted cinnamon icecream… it was amazing!

  125. The frozen custard with pretzels looks so good! I love the idea…never had anything like this before.

  126. Wow! I officially need that ice cream maker — your recipe is amazing!. My favorite frozen treats are chocolate malts, although I don’t indulge in them very often.

  127. French Vanilla from Cold Stone….it tastes like homemade.

  128. That looks really amazing, yum!

  129. Vanilla bean ice cream, simple and sweet.

  130. Favorite treat- red wine and dark chocolate- but this dessert looks ‘licious’

  131. also just shared with FB friends!

  132. I was just thinking of having some Strawberry Cheesecake ice cream when I read this blog! Made me hunger even more for Ted Drew’s chocolate froz custard with strawberries mixed in! Am saving this awesome recipe to try ….. thanks for sharing!!!!!

  133. That’s funny, when I went back to my college town a few years after graduation, the place was overrun with frozen yogurt and gelato shops!! This is such a cool giveaway. My favorite cold treat is homemade coconut ice cream.

  134. I love love love frozen custard. This looks lovely

  135. Ahh that looks soooooooo delicious I wish I could enjoy one right now, even though it’s such a cold day. It’s still just as enticing! Great job on the frozen custard.

  136. Wow! This looks amazing, Sommer!! This new dessert definitely may take no.1 place, but as of right now, my favorite is cheesecake ice cream with fresh blackberries all mixed in!! Yum!! You do such an awesome job, Sommer. Thanks so much for all the great recipes and ideas.

  137. a combination of ice cream and sorbert topped w/ fresh fruit and a bit of granola :)

  138. I subscribe via feed…

  139. Thanks for this great giveaway….I love the ‘Orange-Pineapple frozen custard’ from Strickland…Tastes yummy!!!

  140. I already subscribe to your rss feed

  141. Sommer! This frozen custard looks SO good. I love that gorgeous brown color and the addition of the pretzels.
    I hope I win!

  142. I’m also a subscriber.

  143. Oh, awesome giveaway! I loved making our own ice cream when I was little. My favorite was always strawberry, but now that I’m older, I would love to try a mint chocolate chip!

  144. Ice cream RIGHT FROM THE BOX is my favorite! Or a cone with chocolate jimmies… oh I want this so badly!

  145. OH that looks so so good. I love frozen custard and we have a chain in our area called Goodberry’s. Best stuff ever. They have one I just love called a tin roof sundae. Everything yummy in and on a custard.

  146. Oh yes, I remember that year….most are gone now. Here in Tulsa we still have a couple Freckles Frozen Custard stands. And there is a Freddy’s Custard in the mall. It is the kind of pleasure where I buy one small and share with hubby and hope I am still a good girl. I usually get something with coconut but you can never do better than chocolate.

  147. Oh my that looks decadent…..so of course I yearn for it. ;) I’m pretty sure I’d check the freezer for hidden custard as well…ehehehe.

    It’s tough to narrow down a favorite frozen treat….Ben&Jerry’s Strawberry Cheesecake is high on the list.

  148. I subscribe to your blog (through google reader) :)

  149. Oh my word does that frozen custard look sooo good! I’ve never had frozen custard before. I sooo want to make this. Chocolate + Pretzels = heaven

    My favorite frozen treat is frozen yogurt. :D

  150. Oh, wow! That sounds amazing!! My favorite ice cream? It has to be chocolate and it has to have chunks of brownies in it!

  151. I have wanted one of these for years! Your custard looks so good, but I don’t have an ice cream maker to try it out! My favorite frozen treat…hmm… Edy’s girl scout Tagalong ice cream, yummy!

  152. ha ha! I remember all that frozen custard and was just telling Brian the other day how I was craving my favorite – pretzel and reese’s cup! I haven’t had it in years and am so excited to have a great similar recipe – Brian will be too! ( : xo

  153. My favorite frozen treat is gelato. We used to have the BEST gelato place right down the street, but one day we showed up and they were gone. :( Sad day. I’ve never made my own ice cream, because I have never owned an ice cream maker. Sure would like to though!

  154. I am an ASP email subscriber.

    Love the recipe! YUM YUM YUM !!!

  155. I retweeted this too! Good luck with the giveaway!! :)

  156. Wow! I have ALWAYS wanted an ice cream maker.

    My favorite frozen treat is Ted Drews Frozen Custard in St. Louis. Very decadent!

  157. It’s funny how one thing pops up and then they’re all over the place. This looks ridiculous, and the I love the molds!

  158. My favorite treat is Ben and Jerry’s Cinnamon Bun ice cream. However I’ve seen a recipe for a homemade maple pecan ice cream that I would love to try.

  159. I love Ben and Jerry’s Half Baked Fro Yo! Yummy

  160. Oh my goodness that looks amazing!! My favorite ice cream treat is chocolate chip cookie dough, but that looks like it might kick cookie doughs butt!

  161. Sommer – I love this custard you created. I am such a sucker for salty sweet. Now, I really can’t wait for the sun to return here (although I will eat ice cream any time!!) I am definitely going to try this one out, I always love your recipes and this looks addictingly good! :) My favorite frozen treat is pomegranate froyo…I top it with fresh berries…so yummy!

  162. My husband spent some time in Milwaukee where custard is king but it wasn’t until I started making my own that I really got it. Not only is it rich and smooth but the flavors really seem to come through better than with standard ice cream. I can’t wait for summer so I can make some more Thai Basil frozen custard.