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Frozen desserts

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Our snowman is made of vanilla ice cream rolled in coconut. His eyes, mouth, and buttons are licorice candies, his carrot nose marzipan, and his hat a toasted marshmallow atop a chocolate cookie. To make these snowmen, you will need three ice-cream scoops in varied sizes. Shoestring licorice cut into small pieces can also be used for the buttons, eyes, and mouth.

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Tomato ice can be stored in an airtight container in the freezer for up to two weeks. Ice will harden when frozen; you will need to let it sit at room temperature before scooping.

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Store-bought Italian ices take a lot of legwork out of this dish. To loosen the ices and easily turn them out into bowls, dip the containers in warm water first. Once they're free from their containers, spoon the raspberry sauce and fresh berries over the top. This recipe was also featured on "Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn."

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