Scoops Ahoy ice cream no longer just exists on TV.
James Madison's wife was partial to oyster ice cream.
These online tools can help you locate the nearest ice cream truck in your neighborhood.
You know it's summer when going to the local ice cream or gelato shop becomes part of your daily routine. But what exactly is the difference between these two frozen treats?
McDonald’s new milkshake is bright purple, berry-flavored, and inspired by Grimace.
It seems to go against logic, but the appeal of milkshake-dipped French fries is backed by the science of taste.
With this recipe, you can keep making Shamrock Shakes at home after they leave McDonald's.
Not all the classic frozen treats you remember from the '80s and '90s are still available today
It has been more than 120 years since the ice cream sandwich was first invented. In that time, the treat has evolved—and dozens of other countries have adopted the frozen treat to their own tastes.
After 40 years, Klondike's mash-up of taco and ice cream is melting away.
You don't need fancy equipment to make homemade ice cream—just a mason jar and some elbow grease.
For an icy treat that’s non-dairy, check out this bestselling soft serve machine that uses frozen fruits to create desserts in minutes.
S’well just released a new collection of ice cream coolers and pint bowls so you can bring your favorite cold treat wherever you go.
This all-in-one ice cream sandwich maker from Chef'n can help you create sweet treats for the whole family.
The Frolic machine, now available to support on Kickstarter, makes homemade ice cream in just two minutes.
The temperamental ice cream machines at McDonald's have led to accusations of super-sized corporate espionage.
How many cartons of this potentially weird ice cream flavor are you willing to eat to solve the mystery?
Christmas tree recipes range from blue spruce ginger ice cream to fir-cured fish. Just make sure your tree isn’t one of the poisonous kinds first.
In the Glasgow of the 1980s, a visit from the ice cream truck could mean anything from a fudge bar to murder.