National Ice Cream Pie Day
Ice cream can be enjoyed in many forms, but it is best when it’s in the form of a pie with a cookie crust. National Ice Cream Pie Day is here!
Historians agree that ice cream or frozen treats have existed for hundreds of years. Many believe it has its origins in China. The earliest versions were more like shaved Ice with honey or fruit flavors. Later versions became something like sherbet and eventually, milk was added to make ice cream.
However, ice cream pie is a more recent invention. It is possible that the ice cream pie was invented in the United States by Italian immigrants sometime in the middle of the 20th century. This would be in line with the introduction freezers to homes and restaurants.
Ice cream pie is easy and delicious. Use a simple cookie or graham cracker crust. Add ice cream and toppings to it. Freeze. Enjoy.
National Ice Cream Pie Day was established to celebrate and honor this delicious treat!
This is the perfect opportunity to enjoy and appreciate icecream in all its glory, especially when it comes in the form of a pie! These are some ways you can get involved in National Ice Cream Pie Day.
In honor of National Ice Cream Pie Day, go to your favorite restaurant and order an ice cream pie slice. You might even want to order dessert, since it’s National Ice Cream Pie Day!
There will be many choices on the dessert menu. A basic vanilla ice cream pie can be made with fudge sauce, and topped with chocolate cookie crust. You might also find peanut butter or other fruit flavors. You can bring a friend to order each flavor, and then have a tasting session to determine which one is the best.
Ice cream pie is a simple dessert. However, it does require some planning so that it can be frozen completely before you serve. You can make ice cream pie with any flavor of icecream you like. It is important that you take the ice cream out from the freezer and let it cool for a while before using it to make the pie.
Ice cream pies can be made with graham crackers or cookie crumbs as a base. Mix the butter with the cookie or graham cracker crumbles and press it into a greased pie pan. The crust can be refrigerated or frozen.
You can also add toppings like caramel sauce, butterscotch sauce or fudge sauce to your recipe. Nuts such as pecans and slivered nuts are possible. Sprinkles in chocolate or rainbow colours may be used. Sweet treats, such as candy canes and toffee bars, might also be added.
Spread soft ice cream on the crust without tearing it with a knife. Layer the soft ice cream on top of the pie crust. If desired, add more toppings and place in the freezer. Slice the pie and top it with whipped cream once it is firm.
There are many options for making ice cream pie with different flavors and combinations. A vanilla ice cream pie is delicious, but maybe it’s time for something more creative in the kitchen.
These are some great flavor combinations to celebrate National Ice Cream Pie Day.
National Ice Cream Pie Day doesn’t have to be a private holiday! This is a day to be shared with friends and family. It’s time for you to think of new ways to share your day. For a quick afternoon pick-me up in the breakroom, bring an ice cream pie with you to work. After a hard day in the garden, invite your neighbors to share a slice of ice-cream pie. Call a friend and grab two forks to make a delicious ice-cream pie.