This was so easy to make and it was a big hit as dessert at my dinner party!! This is my new favorite to make
This was seriously the best ice cream I've ever had. It really does taste just like the Cake Mix ice cream at Coldstone. I doubled the recipe three days ago, and I'm going to make more today!
Wow, I didn't change a thing. Used Duncan Heinz Yellow Cake mix and thought it was great. Traditional birthday cakes are actually white cake mix so I'll try that next time and there will definitely be a next time! And no cooking, God Bless You!
Very easy and yummy. Tastes like Cold Stone to me.
This is very good and the kids love it! I thought it was a little too sweet so next time I will cut back on the sugar. I also used skim milk for all of it because that was all I had. I did let it set up in the freezer for a while. We will be making this again and again. Thanks for a wonderful recipe. Now we won't have to go to Coldstone. At least for this kind of ice cream anyway. :)
I used the All-Natural Cherrybrook Farms yellow cake mix from Target b/c most cake mixes have some pretty crazy ingredients. It still turned-out some delicious ice cream, sans chemicals. Next time I will try to lower the fat... because this film ends-up in my mouth and I'm pretty sure it's butter. Nothing against butter, just don't like it coating the roof of my mouth. Thanks for posting!
I got the Kitchenaid ice cream maker attachment, and wanted an easy recipe to try out - I picked an AWESOME one for my first batch! I made some slight modifications - used half & half for whole milk, used light cream, and added 2t of vanilla. It was delicious! Next time I try this (and there WILL be a next time) I'll probably add a bit more cake mix, but not a whole lot. Thanks!
Great recipe. It is just as good as Coldstone. I used 2 teas. vanilla and 3/4 cup cake mix and I used the full amount of sugar and it was perfect. Only took 13 minutes in my ice cream maker. Am going to try making chocolate next time.
FABULOUS! My husband and I absolutely love the cake batter ice cream from Coldstone, and so we thought we'd give it a try. It tastes EXACTLY like it! We were so impressed. Thanks for the great recipe!! :]
As suggested by other reviewers, we used 2 cups of cake mix instead of 2/3 to 3/4 cup and 1/2 cup sugar instead of 1/3 to 3/4 cup. Substituted what we had on-hand: light cream instead of heavy cream; fat-free half-and-half instead of whole milk. After it was processed in the ice cream maker, we stirred in teaspoonfuls of buttercream frosting and about 1/4 cup of rainbow sprinkles before putting in the freezer to further harden. A new family favorite!!