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Shaina Olmanson

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Shaina Olmanson is the author, freelance writer, photographer, and home cook behind Food for My Family. She is the author of Desserts in Jars: 50 Sweet Treats that Shine, has served as the food editor for LifetimeMoms and as a daily contributor to Babble's Family Kitchen, LifeYourWay.net, eBay.com, and eHow.com. Shaina moonlights as a children's book editor at Lerner Publishing. She lives in Minneapolis, MN with her husband and their four kids.

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A recipe for creamy, indulgent roasted blueberry cheesecake ice cream both churn and no-churn. Plus, a bonus recipe for graham cracker waffle cones because, why not?
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This recipe is a desire to find that piece of myself lost to childhood. It’s a search for the blueberry cheesecake ice cream I remember eating from the canteen at camp. Overly indulgent and still refreshing, the creaminess offset b...

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