How To Make Baskin Robbins Ice Cream Cake?

Conventional white birthday cakes are exhausting without anyone else. Scoop a little frozen yogurt onto the plate and I’ll liven up a little. However, hello child, bring a Baskin-Robbins frozen yogurt cake to the party and I’ll be the first by my plastic fork. This 5000-unit frozen yogurt chain stacks a few assortments of pre-made frozen yogurt cakes in its cooler, yet I’ve found the most well-known variant, over and over once more, is the one produced using white cake with pralines and cream frozen yogurt on top. So that is becoming the adaptation we clone here. In any case, don’t believe you’re secured in this Baskin Robbins frozen yogurt cake formula—you can utilize any kind of cake and frozen yogurt you extravagant for your natively constructed show-stopper. Simply be certain the frozen yogurt you pick arrives in a crate. It ought to be a rectangular shape with the goal that the frozen yogurt layer stacks perfectly on the cake. You’ll need a genuine sharp serrated blade to slice the frozen yogurt down the middle while it’s as yet in the container. What’s more look at this: that white stuff that covers the cake is really relaxed vanilla frozen yogurt that is extended in a far layer on the cake, and afterward re-frozen. Later it sets up, you can embellish the cake any way you like with pre-made frosting in whatever shading suits the bubbly event. So presently you can figure out how to make Baskin Robbins frozen yogurt cake at home that looks and tastes precisely like those in the stores that expense around 30 bucks each!

Baskin Robbins Ice Cream Cake Ingredients :

Cake :

  • 1/3 cup vegetable oil
  • 3 egg whites
  • 11/4 cups water
  • 1 box white cake mix
  • 1 12-ounce container white frosting
  • 4 cups (2 pints) vanilla ice cream
  • 1.5-quart box pralines and cream ice cream (Breyers works well)

Optional :

Colored frosting

Baskin Robbins Ice Cream Cake Instructions :

1. Make your cake following the headings on the container. Assuming you’re making the white cake you’ll probably mix the cake blend in with water, oil, and 3 eggs. Empty the hitter into a lubed 9×13-inch baking dish and prepare at 350 degrees F for 30 to 35 minutes. This will make a meager cake for our base layer. At the point when the cake is done, let it cool to room temperature.

 2. At the point when the cake has cooled, cautiously eliminate it from the skillet and spot it onto a wax paper-covered treat sheet, or a platter or plate that will squeeze into your cooler.

3. Utilize a sharp serrated blade (a bread blade works extraordinarily) to cut the frozen yogurt longwise through the center, box and all, so you have two 2-inch-thick sheets of frozen yogurt. Strip the cardboard off the frozen yogurt and lay the parts close to one another on the cake. Cut away the edges of the cake as far as possible so the cake is a similar size as the frozen yogurt on top. Work rapidly so the frozen yogurt doesn’t soften. At the point when the cake has been managed, place it into the cooler for a little while, alongside a medium-size glass bowl.

4. At the point when you are prepared to glaze the cake, take the 2 pints (4 cups) of vanilla frozen yogurt out of the cooler and spot in your frozen medium glass bowl. Mix the frozen yogurt with the goal that it is smooth, such as icing. Utilize a frosting blade or spatula to cover your cake with around 2 cups of frozen yogurt. Cover the whole surface completely with the goal that you can’t see any of the cake or frozen yogurt under. Pop the cake into the cooler for an hour or so to set up.

5. At the point when the cake has been set, fill a baked good pack (with an extravagant tip) with white frosting to adorn all around the top edge of the cake. Additionally, design around the lower part of the cake. Utilize shaded frosting and various tips to add propelled creative pizazz and composing on the cake, depending on the situation. Cover the cake with saran wrap and keep it in your cooler until party time.

6. At the point when you are prepared to serve the cake, cut the cake with a sharp blade.

Makes 1 huge cake (16 to 20 servings).

Goodies: You might wish to utilize another flavor cake blend like chocolate or fallen angel’s nourishment for this pastry—even a low-fat cake blend works. It’s dependent upon you. Simply follow the bearings on the crate for making the cake in a 9×13-inch baking dish. You can likewise utilize any kind of frozen yogurt. Simply make certain to get it in a crate.