Exclusive: This Ice Cream Cake Hack Is A Quick Fix For Dessert
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“Ice cream is happiness condensed.” Jessi Lane Adams rightly gave words to the feeling we get every time we take a bite of the frozen delight. right from the childhood up till now when I am well into adulthood, there hasn’t been a time when I haven’t felt the same excitement upon seeing a cup of ice cream. Seems like you are never too old for it. Whether it's the delicious Chocolate Sundae or the classic Vanilla, digging into sweet sugary goodness can just make our day. As kids, we would jump with joy on seeing the ice cream vendor, but do you know what's better? Making ice cream at home. And while it is fairly simple and common to make ice creams, what can be unique is an ice cream cake. Yes, you read that right.  

Cakes, just like ice cream, have a huge fan base. Honestly, I don’t need a reason to binge on both. Dense, spongy and decadent, cakes are just perfect to sate your cravings. Can you imagine what a combination of ice cream and cake can be? I'm slurping already.

While cakes can be quite tricky and difficult to put together, certain hacks can come handy when baking an ice cream cake. This Ice Cream Cake by Chef Vidushi Sharma of Truffle & Co. is just what you need when short on time or ingredients. You can play around with ice cream flavours and just combine it with baking powder, nuts and flour. 

Impress your friends and family with this fool-proof ice cream cake recipe at the next get-together. Here's the full recipe: 

Vanilla Ice Cream Cake Recipe by Chef Vidushi Sharma- Truffle & Co.  


 300g Vanilla Ice cream 

225g Flour

5g Baking Powder 

Chocolate Chips/Walnuts (Optional) 


1. Preheat the oven to 165 degrees. 

2. In a large bowl, let your ice cream soften. 

3. Sift flour and baking powder. 

4. Add the flour to Ice cream and beat gently. 

5. Once fully incorporated add any mix-ins you would like. 

6. Pour into a pre-prepared mould. 

7. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until a cake tester comes out clean.