Last call for recipes and a chance to win a one year supply of ice cream!

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on November 19th, 2013


Just a reminder that this is the last week to submit recipes in our Ultimate Holiday Recipe Contest. All submissions must be received by Sunday, November 24 to be entered to win the grand prize: a one year supply of Turkey Hill ice cream!

To enter, email a recipe, along with your name and address to On November 25, we’ll choose our four favorite recipes (each of whom will receive a one month supply of ice cream!) which will be posted here on the Ice Cream Journal. Blog readers will then vote to determine the winner.

Your recipe can be a cake, cookies, or a drink, but here’s the important part: Your recipe MUST INCLUDE Turkey Hill All Natural Ice Cream as one of the ingredients. The great thing about the contest is that you don’t even need to prepare the recipe!

So far, we’ve received dozens of delicious recipes for things like ice cream pies, raspberry cheese cake, chocolate covered cherry pops, and cherry vanilla bread pudding. We even received a recipe for “Ice Creamy Mac & Cheese” that uses 12 ounces of Turkey Hill All Natural Vanilla Ice Cream!

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17 Responses to “Last call for recipes and a chance to win a one year supply of ice cream!”

  1. Ruth Williams says:

    Take 10 ozs of Black Cherry Turkey Hill Ice cream softened, and add 6 ozs of chopped walnuts. Freeze and eat. Very good!!!

  2. Jim in SOMD says:

    Ruth Williams’ recipe here is pretty simple and sounds great. Sometimes the simplest way is the best. Thanks Ruth!

  3. Robert Leszkowicz says:

    Rasberry Pear Ice Cream Torte


    Turkey Hill All Natural Vanilla Ice Cream
    Cored Pear cut in half with slighty hollow center
    Rasberry Sauce made from fresh rasberries
    Dark Chocolate Syrup
    Florentine biscuits


    Place half pear on dessert plate
    Place a large scoop of Turkey Hill All Natural Vanilla Ice Cream inside the hollow of the pear
    Pour generous portion of rasberry sauce over ice cream
    Drizzle dark chocolate syrup over ice cream and pear
    Garnish plate with Florentine biscuits

  4. jay says:

    Scoop vanilla ice cream into a bowl, pour on chocolate sauce and stir. Work on mixing the ice cream and sauce till you have a bowl of black & white ice cream. My sister and I use to love to do this when we were younger.

  5. Sarah says:

    Open carton of favorite TH flavor. Insert spoon and scoop up a mouthful. Put spoon between lips and remove ice cream. It doesn’t get any simpler than that!

  6. Harriet G says:

    Good luck to all the entrants.

  7. RJayne says:

    Mix together Turkey Hill raspberry ice cream with Turkey Hill
    Peanut Butter swirl ice cream……..Don’t knock it till you
    try it!!!!!

  8. Ann King says:

    I like my ice cream straight, without added stuff, except Hershey’s chocolate syrup on the peanut butter ripple. That’s awesome!

  9. Bob Kessler Jr says:

    Anxiously awaiting the recipes. Will vote for the best looking one. May also follow some of the recipes and try myself.

  10. Vicki Spokes says:

    Love ice cream!

  11. CHRISTINE says:


  12. Betty says:

    icecream with chocolate syrup, whipped creme, sprinkles, enough to satisfy anyone

  13. Marion says:

    Ice cream on tongue, savor!

  14. Lou says:

    Ice cream and Root beer soda. Root Beer Float.

  15. Ron says:

    While I’m waiting for this years contestants I think I’m going to try RJaynes idea and get some raspberry & peanut butter swirl!

  16. Elaine Garfield says:

    ice ceram muffins

    2 c self rising flower
    1 pint any flavor ice cream

    Mix ingredients and fill paper muffin cups 3/4 full
    Bake in 450 degree oven for 20 to 25 mins.

    My son brought this recipe home form shcool when he was just a little guy. The muggins are good and you can get really creative with the ice cream flavors.

  17. Jennifer says:

    I was thinking this whole time that the recipe had to be a cake, cookies or a drink. Is this not correct? Btw, that muffin recipe is cool. Can’t wait to try that!

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