Today we have gathered to share all things SPRINKLES!!! It’s a clebration for our sweet friend at Sally’s Baking Addiction! Isn’t she the sweetest with the best recipes? Well, the little darling is getting married and we were all dying to celebrate with her so we are throwing a virtual shower! And these cake batter ice cream balls are the perfect way to celebrate!
So we’ve all brought something to share and I hope you hop around to see what we’ve all got. Love you, girl!!!
from Lauren’s Latest
from Averie Cooks
from I Heart Naptime
Bake Your Day
from Roxana’s Home Baking
from Crazy For Crust
Funfetti Sugar Cookie Cups from Crunchy Creamy
from Damn Delicious
from Cooking Classy
CherryChocolate Chip Cupcakes
from The Messy Baker
from Handle the Heat
from Love From the Oven
from Ambitious Kitchen
from The Domestic Rebel
There is practically nothing better than a wedding. It’s the beginning of everything. The beginning of the most fun and complete joy you’ll ever have, the beginning of a family, the beginning of new adventures and a whole new set of challenges. Ha! I mean that in the best way, but it’s true. I cannot imagine a more darling couple to charge into life together. I can’t wait to see what is in store for them, but in the meantime I’m going to sit here and chow down on these delicious cake batter ice cream balls covered in rainbow sprinkles and cheers to the soon to be newlyweds!!
Can Ice Cream Be Refrozen?
It is only safe to refreeze ice cream if it is slightly melted and has been kept cold.
Melted ice cream can allow bacteria to grow and would make you sick if you ate it.
Also, freezing melted ice cream changes the texture and flavor.
Can Cake Batter Be Made Ahead of Time?
You could refrigerate cake batter for a short time if you are baking a lot of cake and need to wait till one is done in order to use the pan.
But, cake batter that is left in the refrigerator for very long may not rise well.
What Can Be Substituted for Cream Cheese?
1 cup pureed cottage cheese [or] 1 cup plain yogurt, strained overnight in a cheesecloth” for 1 cup of cream cheese.
Cake Batter Ice Cream Balls
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Cake Batter Ice Cream Balls
- 1 pint vanilla ice cream
- 4 ounces cream cheese softened
- 2/3 cup vanilla cake mix powder
- 2 tablespoons powdered sugar
- 3 Cups white chocolate melted
- lollipop sticks
- parchment paper
- plastic gloves
- In a small bowl, beat the cream cheese until smooth, add the cake mix powder, and powdered sugar and beat again.
- Scoop the ice cream into a large bowl.
- Scoop dollops of the cream cheese mixture into the ice cream and swirl together with a knife then quickly place back in the ice cream container and freeze until solid.
- Put on your gloves. Scoop out 1/3 cup sized balls of ice cream and quickly smoosh into balls with your hands.
- Stick in a lollipop stick.
- Place onto the parchment paper on a plate and immediately freeze while you quickly repeat with the remaining balls.
- Freeze for 2 hours or overnight.
- Place the white chocolate into a measuring cup and sprinkles in another.
- Remove the ice cream from the freezer and quickly dip in the white chocolate and sprinkles then place back in the freezer.
- Allow to freeze for 3 hours then serve.