When your loved one is celebrating their birthday, the best thing you can do is make them a personal gift to make the day extra special. And what better way to put a smile on their face than by making them a copycat Baskin Robbins ice cream cake! You will only need three ingredients to recreate this delicious signature dessert from your favorite ice cream shop. Serve this together with bananas and vanilla rum sauce.
It is only lately that ice cream cake started becoming a hit as a dessert. Ice cream makes the cake moist and easy to eat. Not to mention that it’s perfect to cool us down when the weather is hot. More than that, it lets you enjoy the best parts of both our beloved desserts.
This Baskin Robbins ice cream cake recipe, in particular, has not just one ice cream flavor, but two! A sweet combination of chocolate and vanilla ice cream, matched with velvety chocolate cake, it will delight you with every bite. The next time you host a party or a family gathering, use this homemade ice cream cake recipe to surprise your guests. Add your preferred icing on the cake Baskin Robbins style for the full BR experience.
How To Make Delectable Baskin Robbins Ice Cream Cake (Copycat)
This layered chocolate-vanilla ice cream cake is a bittersweet treat. Think of it as a customized Baskin Robbins birthday cake from your favorite ice cream store. Serve this to your loved ones for their special day to make it more memorable!
Prepare the cake according to the package's instructions.
Bake in a 9 x 13-inch baking dish. Allow the cake to cool properly.
Remove the ice cream from a rectangular carton and cut the ice cream in half using a long string. This will ensure that the ice cream is cut straight.
Place the two blocks of ice cream that were cut side by side on waxed paper.
Place the cake over the ice cream and trim the edges.
Place a board over the cake and while holding onto the waxed paper, flip the ice cream cake over, in which the cake will be at the bottom and the ice cream on top.
Remove the waxed paper and smooth out the cake.
Cover with waxed paper and freeze until firm.
To add frosting, mix a quart of vanilla ice cream in your mixer until it is smooth.
Apply frosting to the cake and put the cake back in the freezer until frozen again.
- Sugar: 113g
- Calcium: 441mg
- Calories: 960kcal
- Carbohydrates: 143g
- Cholesterol: 132mg
- Fat: 40g
- Fiber: 4g
- Iron: 5mg
- Monounsaturated Fat: 11g
- Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g
- Potassium: 825mg
- Protein: 16g
- Saturated Fat: 24g
- Sodium: 573mg
- Vitamin A: 1482IU
- Vitamin C: 2mg
Commonly Asked Questions
How do I keep my ice cream cake from melting?
If you’re going to transport the ice cream cake, use a chest cooler, an insulated container, or an electric cooler that can be plugged in cars and fill them with ice. It is important to place a protective layer between the ice and the cake to prevent the cake or its packaging from absorbing the moisture of the melted ice. If you are expecting long travel hours, then replace regular ice with dry ice. It is better to serve it as soon as possible. If you’re not going to serve it immediately, then keep it in the fridge for a while.
How do you cut an ice cream cake?
If you’re getting your ice cream straight out of the freezer, you first have to thaw it for 10 to 15 minutes maximum so it wouldn’t be too hard to cut. Use a large metal knife and dip it in hot water. Make sure to wipe it dry before cutting the cake. It is important to dip and wipe the knife before every cut because the residue left will stick to the knife, making it harder to slice the cake.
ConclusionThis delectable Baskin Robbins cake could be your new favorite dessert. The bittersweet balance of chocolate cake and vanilla ice cream frosting makes every spoonful a delight to the palate. Serve this during special occasions to make them even more memorable.
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