About: Chantel Arsenault
Chantel has been with Safest Choice for two years and manages social media, digital communications and is the editor of this blog. Previous professional experience includes marketing and public relations. Chantel received a BS in Public Relations from Ball State University in 2007. She enjoys cooking, travel, being outdoors, and trying new restaurants in Chicago.
Recent Posts by Chantel Arsenault
Written on 07/18/16 at 10:00 am
Smooth, creamy, and delicious. What’s not to love about ice cream? It’s the perfect treat on a hot summer’s day or any time you’re just in the mood for something sweet and refreshing. But choosing a flavor can be a challenge—there are just so many tasty options!
We’ve compiled 12 of our favorite safe homemade ice cream and gelato recipes—from honey-roasted pear ice cream to cappuccino gelato—to help make the choice a little less overwhelming. Or you could always just try them all.
Even more homemade ice cream recipes
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Looking for a delicious way to dress up your favorite ice cream or gelato recipes? Try these mix and match topping ideas to add a little flair to any ice cream or gelato you have on hand or try them with our ricotta gelato recipe for a delicious alternative to vanilla ice cream.
They’re also perfect for a homemade ice cream and gelato bar. With all the different mix and match combinations, your guests are sure to go back for seconds—and even thirds!Download our free recipe booklet
Get your ice cream on! There’s something magical about the fresh, creamy taste of homemade ice cream and gelato—and when you use Davidson’s™ eggs, you eliminate the risk of Salmonella. Download our free homemade ice cream and gelato recipe booklet for a dozen delicious recipeRead More >
It’s spring. The selection of fresh produce is booming, temperatures are climbing, and many people are freshening up their menus. What better way to celebrate than with some fresh spring recipes? Here are some great recipe picks from the Davidson’s™ recipe collection.
Why not try an intriguing curry twist to your egg salad? This curried egg salad recipe is fresh and invigorating.
Or try a healthy twist and sneak in extra vegetables. The healthy egg salad Florentine recipe includes spinach for extra vitamins, fiber, and flavor.
Another great pairing is smoked salmon with egg salad. Try the egg salad and smoked salmon canapes recipe. It’s fast and easy!Spring-fresh snacks
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If you’re like many people, you love succulents. Unfortunately, succulents don’t fare very well indoors. Not anymore. Bring succulents inside with our egg carton succulents DIY! Here’s what you’ll need:
- An empty Davidson’s Safest Choice® egg carton
- Acrylic paint (various colors)
- Paint brushes
- Hot glue gun + glue sticks
- Trim egg carton, removing tall tips between egg cups. Set aside.
- Cut out individual egg cups.
- Layer one: Select egg cup and cut four pointed petals. Cut petals off cup, creating four individual petals. Set aside.
- Layer two: Take another cup and cut at each corner—creating four
April 16 is National Eggs Benedict Day. And it’s one of our favorite holidays because it lets Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs prove their worth in the kitchen.What’s in Eggs Benedict?
A classic Eggs Benedict recipe features simple ingredients: poached fresh eggs, Canadian bacon, toasted English muffins, and an authentic Hollandaise sauce. The four ingredients come together to create a luscious, satisfying meal.
Feeling skittish about how to poach an egg—or how to make Hollandaise sauce? Poaching an egg takes just a few minutes. Here’s a video that shows you how to make poached eggs. Lots of variations exist, too. For example, you can use an egg poacher, which sets individual egg cups into a pan of simmering water.Variations on Eggs Benedict recipes
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