Sprinkles Cake Batter Ice Cream

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No cook, egg free Spinkle & Cake Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like Cold Stone's Cake Batter Ice Cream!Sprinkle Cake Batter Ice Cream that is ready to churn in just 2 minutes and tastes like Cold Stone’s Cake Batter Ice Cream! It is egg free and no cook making it a total breeze to enjoy on a warm summer day. Today is also an exciting day for us as we stretch our little blog a little past it’s comfort zone while we polish our design and work on our first (of hopefully quarterly) e-cookbook! In order to pump myself up for the occasion I chose the happiest recipe I could think of to start the weekend work marathon party off right! 

You’re going to have to forgive this short post, this awesome ice cream recipe isn’t going to get the love and affection it deserves because, well,… even though it is pretty darn amazing there are a whole lot of thing happening on the business and cookbook side of this little blog. In the last couple of weeks we have added sidebar advertising as we decided against doing sponsored posts for the moment until we can work with the type of companies who make all the delicious products that we love.

 

No cook, egg free Spinkle & Cake Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like Cold Stone's Cake Batter Ice Cream!

So please, tune in Monday to see the new e-cookbook and *fingers crossed* a slightly more polished blog design!

In the meantime, I can’t leave you without a recipe! And I promise, even though it isn’t getting all the attention today, this recipe is a winner! AND easy!

Mix the heavy cream, milk, vanilla and cake mix until combined. No cook, egg free Spinkle & Cake Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like Cold Stone's Cake Batter Ice Cream!
Whisk until well combined. No cook, egg free Spinkle & Cake Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like Cold Stone's Cake Batter Ice Cream!Put in ice cream maker and make to your machine’s specifications. In the last 30 seconds before you take the ice cream out, pour in the sprinkles so they can mix in. No cook, egg free Spinkle & Cake Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like Cold Stone's Cake Batter Ice Cream!
Freeze for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight.

Recipe

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No-Cook Sprinkles Cake Batter Ice Cream

  • Yield: 6 servings
  • Prep Time: 2 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 32 minutes
  • Course: Dessert
  • Cuisine: American
No cook, egg free Spinkle & Cake Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like Cold Stone's Cake Batter Ice Cream!

Ingredients

  • 2 cups half and half
  • 1 cup 2% milk (This is what we have on hand for our toddler, use any milk you may have, even non-fat)
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1 cup white cake mix
  • 1/2 cup rainbow sprinkles

Instructions

Note: click on times in the instructions to start a kitchen timer while cooking.

  1. Mix the heavy cream, milk, vanilla and cake mix until combined.
  2. Put in ice cream maker and make to your machine's specifications.
  3. In the last 30 seconds before you take the ice cream out, pour in the sprinkles so they can mix in.
  4. Freeze for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight.

Recipe Notes

Adapted heavily from Food.com

Nutrition Information

Yield: 6 servings, Amount per serving: calories

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This ice cream was the hit of a deliciously sticky summer play date for our little ones. We had sprinkles, 3 ice creams, lots of wet wipes and very hyper kids enjoying a hot summer day. This flavor was the first to go! Other flavors included Brownie Batter Ice Cream (coming soon to the blog!) and Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough Ice CreamNo cook, egg free Spinkle & Cake Batter Ice Cream! Ready to churn in just 2 minutes and taste's like Cold Stone's Cake Batter Ice Cream!

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  1. I giggled when I looked at your picture because it’s the EXACT reason I won’t eat ice cream from a cone – I hate drips. This does sound really good, though….just in a bowl 😉

  2. Your ebook sounds awesome and I really appreciate the provided shopping list too. Don’t worry about this ice cream getting love either, I got it covered!

    1. Thanks Linda! I think the sprinkles cake batter flavor may be a universal kid favorite, even my SUPER picky toddler loves it.

  3. You always make me so hungry! I should know better than to visit before dinner! Love this ice cream recipe!

    1. Haha, I try to avoid my blog when hungry. It is even worse for me because so many of the recipes are favorites. When I see a pin for the Spicy Cashew Chicken I get a craving EVERY TIME and it drives me nuts, lol.

    1. Thanks Vera! I am so excited it launched finally because I was starting to go batty looking at it over and over again.

    1. My oldest loves pouring the sprinkles into the ice cream machine (and then cries as they disappear into the ice cream…ah the joys of toddlers!).

  4. I remember putting sprinkles in our ice cream maker one year and it turned out horrible. All the colors mixed together and made gray ice cream – yuck!

    1. If you find the colors running I recommend the circle confetti type sprinkles. Those colors don’t run at all! 🙂 I usually add mine at the very end and get minimal color bleeding.

  5. Some of my neighbors have been afraid to use their ice cream maker due to an unfortunate incident with a recipe that included eggs – I can’t wait to show them this! And maybe invite myself over to their house after they make it 😀

    1. Haha I had a problem with eggs in ice cream once too. My chocolate ice cream had little chunks of egg in it!! Gross, haha.