EASIEST ICE~CREAM CAKE IN THE WORLD

This ice-cream cake recipe was given to me by my hairdresser; women love to chat and what better place than sitting in the chair at a hairdresser getting your hair done! As the saying goes ~  “YOU DO learn something new every day”. I told my hairdresser “I have been coming to you for so many years; you know how many kids I have and you have NEVER told me about this easy peasy to make cake before“? she just laughed.

I seriously wish I had known about this VERY simple cake MANY YEARS AGO as it’s the EASIEST ICE CREAM CAKE IN THE WORLD, hence it was a must to share with the world!

Firstly prepare your dish/tin/cake mould that you wish to freeze your ice-cream cake into.  This recipe works and fits into the Tupperware Jel Ring perfectly.  Otherwise, I suggest you line the container you are using with cling wrap as once the cake is frozen, it will slide out easily.

 

Only TWO Main Ingredients:

  • 600ml thickened cream
  • 1 tin condensed milk

This recipe is so effective that you can just about add any flavour you wish and you be as creative as you like.

 Method:

  1. Whip the cream till thick consistency.
  2. Pour in, fold or stir the condensed milk into whipped cream gently and mix thoroughly.
 
 
 
Pour and mix
 

 

This is your basic vanilla ice-cream.

Now the fun part ~ ADD WHAT EVER YOU LIKE ~ such as the following:

  • Baileys, Sherry, Tia Maria etc
  • grated chocolate, hazel nuts/almonds etc
  • fresh fruit ~ strawberries, blue berries, wild berries, mango
  • tinned peaches, pineapple, pears, apricots
  • Mars Bars, marshmallows, honey comb, flake, etc
  • ice-cream flavouring ~ chocolate, caramel, strawberry etc
  • Smarties, M&M’S, Maltesers etc
The choices are endless; once the mould is turned out, you can even use the Magic hard Tops ice-cream topping after turning out onto a plate.
 

Once you try this recipe, you will NEVER buy an supermarket ice-cream cake again.

 

This is what I used  for this blog post:

 
I put the chocolate through the food processor/blender
 
 

Tupperware Jel Ring

 

Added a little chocolate

 

Next ingredient

 

Made up the basic ice cream recipe and added some more chocolate

 

Poured into my mould

 
 

Added another ingredient

 
 

 
 
 

Sealed and put into the freezer over night

 

 
 

Remove from freezer and put some warm tap water into bowl cavity area to loosen the airtight seal (you may need to put water onto the outside of your tin/container you are using too).

 

Remove the lid, place plate or dish over top and turn over

Gently remove the inner bowl cavity (you may need to wait a little while for the ice cream soften) and push the cake out gently with your fingers.

 

 
 

*WARNING ~ CAKE WILL BE  DEVOURED ENTIRELY UPON SERVING*

Now, I have shown you how to make the EASIEST ICE CREAM CAKE IN THE WORLD, I wish to invite you all to create and link your own ice~cream cake creation below.

Please paste this image at the end of your post by copying the html link from the right hand column; titled the EASIEST ICE~CREAM CAKE IN THE WORLD (it’s under the No Excuses!  Easy organising for large families button).

 I can’t wait to see your creations and try out a few myself too!

There is plenty of time from now until New Years to make an ice cream cake and enter the link party below and the best part………you have No Excuses!  This is just too easy!

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12 Comments

  1. karen_mallam karen_mallam
    7, December 2012    

    This recipe is also great as a slice; line a slice tray with malt biscuits. Make up ‘ice cream’ and add chopped up cherry ripes ( or maltesers or M & M’s or whatever takes your fancy) top with another layer of malt biscuits and freeze. Very yummy!!!!!
    Forgot to mention……cover with foil before freezing.

    • MDDW MDDW
      7, December 2012    

      Sounds great Karen ~ yummo~

    • lisso lisso
      7, July 2013    

      Yum yes make this with smashed up Crunchie bars, o m g

      • 16, July 2013    

        I tried this tonight and OH so so good! (no cake left afterwards either).

  2. Rebecca Rebecca
    7, December 2012    

    i like the idea of an eastern icecream cake based on your recipe with turkish delight, pistachios and rose water .. yummy

    • rebecca rebecca
      7, December 2012    

      ooh and you could do christmas pu one.. soaked fruits in Marsala and orange zest. Then you could light brandy on the top.. ( not sure how long would last before it melted though), might have to try!

      • MDDW MDDW
        7, December 2012    

        Rebecca both of those are good ideas 😉

  3. Myjewellerybox Myjewellerybox
    3, January 2013    

    I just made one with Nutella and choc chips, I can’t wait to taste it and neither can the kids!

  4. Julietwo2 Julietwo2
    25, November 2013    

    This cake was so easy! I was a bit dubious about the condensed milk; i love it but sometimes it’s just not right and you can taste it in some things. But this was amazing. I used choc biscuit crumbled, dried paw paw and pineapple, mini marshmallows, glace cherries and choc chips. Cant wait to try new flavours. I also like your idea Rebecca. Mmmm! Thank you so much, my 10 year old son was impressed on his birthday.

    • 10, June 2014    

      That sounds delicious, please share this recipe with other friends and family too 🙂

  5. netterob netterob
    9, June 2014    

    Made this for a friend’s birthday cake – finely chopped cherry ripe and added sm amt almond essence. Delicious. Very positive comments from the cooks at our meeting. So easy.

    • 10, June 2014    

      Thank you, that combination sounds so good too!

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