Fourth of July Ice Cream Cake

Fourth of July Ice Cream Cake

"This eye-catching dessert is actually easy to prepare and keeps well in the freezer for days. It's nice to be able to serve cake and ice cream in one slice. --Anne Scholovich, Waukesha, Wisconsin"
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20 m servings
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  1. Cut cake horizontally into four equal layers. Place bottom layer on a serving plate; spread with half of the strawberry ice cream. Immediately place in freezer. Spread second cake layer with vanilla ice cream; place over strawberry layer in freezer. Spread third cake layer with remaining strawberry ice cream; place over vanilla layer in freezer. Top with remaining cake layer.
  2. In a mixing bowl, beat cream until soft peaks form. Add sugar; beat until stiff peaks form. Frost top and sides of cake. Freeze until serving. Decorate with mini flags if desired.

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I made this with chocolate cake and cookies and cream ice cream. I ran into a major problem- I think I didn't let the cakes cool enough before assembling them with the ice cream. I found a HUGE ...

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Difficult assembly due to ice cream melting and cutting into an Angel Food cake 3 times horizontally. The flavor was good, but the cake doesn't keep it's shape well. The cream on the outside ge...

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I made this with chocolate cake and cookies and cream ice cream. I ran into a major problem- I think I didn't let the cakes cool enough before assembling them with the ice cream. I found a HUGE ...

I made this with confetti cake mix and two different ice creams. It turned out as well as a store bought cake and far cheaper! To divide the two layers into four layers, I put 8 toothpicks in ...

This recipe was great! I made it for my son's b-day. I did make some changes. I used a chocolate fudge cake mix in 2-9" round cake pans, seperating the layers into four total. I used chocolate c...

This is a great recipe. My SIL asked for an OREO cookie ice cream cake for her 50th birthday. I varied the recipe a little and it was wonderful. A hit all the way around. I noticed one reviewer ...

My family loved this cake and requested I make it again soon. I used Cool Whip for the frosting and baked the angel food cake from a mix. I froze the baked cake slightly to make it easier to cut.

Difficult assembly due to ice cream melting and cutting into an Angel Food cake 3 times horizontally. The flavor was good, but the cake doesn't keep it's shape well. The cream on the outside ge...

WOW! What an awesome cake! Mine did not come close to looking as pretty as that picture but it doesn't really matter. This is very simple to make. I had a little bit of a problem getting the rig...

Loved it!! This was so delicious & really not as hard to make as I thought it was going to be. I think the key is following the directions carefully of putting each layer back in the freezer eac...

I just made a variation of this cake for my daughter's 4th birthday. She loves pink and strawberries, so I bought a strawberry angelfood cake and strawberry ice cream and layered them. Then, I i...

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