Ice Cream Loaf: Ice cream's going to melt in about five seconds anyway. Might as well make bread with it, the Jolene Sugarbaker way. Plus, you'll get some fruit, and it'll probably make excellent fried Spam sandwiches for a sweet n' spicy treat.
Granted, that's not really bread. It's cake. And silly, because who wants to turn on the damn oven? You need some whole grains and no extra heat, so how about classic Irish brown bread ice cream with an Estonian twist -- caramelized rye bread ice cream!
Caramelized Onion Rye Bread Ice Cream
Tomato: It's technically a fruit, but a savory one. Making ice cream with tomato preserves and caramel sauce makes it lose most of its veggie cred. But it still has fiber and vitamins, and you can't take that away from a veggie.
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Tomatoes, with sugar and caramel.
Perhaps beets would be a bit more health-conscious. Probably not. Even if it's double beetroot. All of the summer-friendly flavor of earthy, rootsy beets with the stroke-inducing properties of a quart of Ben & Jerry's. Eat this today!
Ice Cream Park
Double the beetroot, double the fun.
Please. Go get some strawberry and call it good.
Meat and Beans
Fish and Chips: Surely the flavor of merry olde England will bring thoughts of cooler days to mind. Creamed cod filet ice cream, battered, with potato ice cream fries. Ah, yes. Can't you feel the breezes from the white cliffs of Dover?
The ice cream man works down at the chip shop.
Azuki: Now this is a good idea. Azuki -- the red beans used in yummy dim sum dessert buns -- would make an excellent ice cream treat. Finally, something that makes nutritional sense in this nonsensical heat.
Azuki = smart ice cream
Horse Stop it. You've gone delirious from the heat. Mr. Ed says no ice cream for you.