Ice Cream Cake

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2009/05/07 17:39:56 (permalink)

Ice Cream Cake

What's your favorite? The ones in my local supermarket a damn expensive, what's with that?
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    CajunKing
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    Re:Ice Cream Cake 2009/05/07 19:34:38 (permalink)
    DQ makes a very good ice cream cake, tad expensive, but hey Birthdays are only once a year!

    Unfortunately that is the only one I get locally  8^(

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    jenkarita
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    Re:Ice Cream Cake 2009/05/25 10:02:07 (permalink)
    I personally really like Carvel Ice Cream cakes. I loooove the little crunchies that they have on the inside! :)
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    Re:Ice Cream Cake 2009/06/01 21:55:22 (permalink)
    jenkarita

    I personally really like Carvel Ice Cream cakes. I loooove the little crunchies that they have on the inside! :)

    Fudgy The Whale is always great from Carvel.  Been a long time since I had  one though. 

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    Re:Ice Cream Cake 2009/06/08 06:41:36 (permalink)
    Hot Fudge Cake was always a favorite dessert at Shoney's & it is one of my family's desserts.
     
    I make a chocolate cake( Duncan Hines in a 9 x 13 pan.   Take a small square of cake, slice it in two, place vanilla ice cream between the cake & top with hot fudge sauce( so easy to make in the microwave), whipped cream & always a cherry on top.
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    Re:Ice Cream Cake 2009/06/08 06:57:09 (permalink)
    Our local Brusters makes a good ice cream cake.
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    Re:Ice Cream Cake 2009/06/08 08:21:06 (permalink)

    The Cold Stone's Creamery Cakes are a huge indulgence for me.  I've only had them twice.  They are ridiculously good though!
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    Re:Ice Cream Cake 2009/06/08 08:33:20 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    What's your favorite? The ones in my local supermarket a damn expensive, what's with that?


    They are ridiculously expensive to buy and very easy to make. Make a thin sheet cake on a cookie pan. Cut into rectangular lengths. Or you can break it up like Carvel does.
    Put your favorite ice cream into a mixing bowl and whip it mildly, enough to make it workable. You can use a mold to help as you layer the cake and ice cream. You can make a better one than those guys by adding nuts and fruit or flavored syrup.
    I have rolled the whole thing up in the past and made a ice cream Buche de Noel coated with chocolate coating.

    Here is what you can do to REALLY impress your friends. Put the whole thing into a bowl shaped mold. Coat it with meringue, set it on fire with your favorite liqueur and you have Baked Alaska.

    mark

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    Re:Ice Cream Cake 2009/06/08 09:42:40 (permalink)

    I remember the store bought ones from the 60's.  I was vanilla icecream rolled in in chocolate cake like a jelly roll..
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