Cake Batter Ice Cream - Cold Stone Copycat Recipe




Introduction: Cake Batter Ice Cream - Cold Stone Copycat Recipe

About: Hi, I'm Jen! In my free time I'm a crafter, food lover, and cake decorator. I also can't stop taking photographs! I have a genuine love and appreciation for all things creative and handmade.

Cake batter ice cream is my husband's favorite flavor at Cold Stone Creamery. So, for his birthday I decided to make it at home. Wow, it is simple to make, creamy and so, so delicious!!!

If my husband and I take our two boys to Cold Stone for a special treat and each of us gets an ice cream with some kind of mix-in it ends up being close to $20. Yikes! Making it at home cut my cost to about $5 AND I got to control all of my ingredients. We eat all organic in our house so it's an added bonus that it's organic cake batter ice cream!

Step 1: Cake Batter Ice Cream Recipe

To make cake batter ice cream I used an old basic vanilla ice cream recipe I had and basically just added cake batter!

Cake Batter Ice Cream - Cold Stone Creamery Copycat Recipe
1 pint heavy cream*
1 c. milk* (I used 2%)
1/2 c. sugar*
1 c. dry yellow box cake mix* (you could also make your own instead of using a box)
2 t. vanilla extract
pinch of turmeric* (optional, however, it doesn't add flavor but gives the ice cream it's deep cream color)

Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until mixture is smooth. Chill mixture in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.

*organic ingredients

Step 2: Freeze in Ice Cream Machine

After mixture is adequately chilled freeze according to ice cream machine instructions.

Mixture will become thick and creamy in about 20-30 minutes depending on your machine!

Eat, enjoy and save money!!

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    15 Discussions

    Thanks for sharing this, I am going to try it. Good on you for going organic where possible!

    No, in Canada we HAD Cold Stone in our Tim Horton's but due to a dispute they left. Too bad, I loved them but going to check out Marble Slab today.

    Marble Slab is decent, but it's certainly no Cold Stone. One cropped up in the town I grew up in about 2 years ago, and then went out of business less than a year later.

    Do you need an ice cream machine or can u do it in the freezer?

    Very good and an easy way to impress others. I will be making this again.

    So gonna make this!!! It's "COOL" (no pun intended)

    Wonderful!And especially because it didn't cost $20! (if you already had an ice cream machine)