Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream by It Bakes Me Happy
Hi all! While I’m down in Miami having loads of fun and eating tons of food at BlogHer food, my good pal Emily is taking over the blog to share her delicious ice cream recipe!
Easy, no-churn Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream is bursting with roasted strawberry flavors and chunks of delicious pound cake.
Hello This Gal Cooks readers! I’m Emily from It Bakes Me Happy, I’m a self professed chocoholic with a serious sweet tooth and an ever growing love of spending time in the kitchen. Today I am so excited to be sharing this Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream with you all, it’s the perfect dessert for the hot summer days that lie ahead.
I love a good scoop of chocolate ice cream pretty much anytime of the year, but in the hot summer months I am partial to something a little more fruity. This strawberry shortcake ice cream is smooth and creamy, with bits of pound cake and a delicious roasted strawberry swirl. Plus the best part about this recipe is how easy it is to make – it’s no cook and to top it all off you don’t need an ice cream maker!
A couple of months ago I made a double batch of our favorite pound cake and stashed a couple of slices away in my freezer knowing that I was going to make some variation of a strawberry shortcake ice cream soon and boy am I so glad that I did. I just loved the different textures and flavors packed into each bite of this ice cream, I hope you will too!
Makes approximately 2 pints of ice cream
Easy Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream
A big thanks again to Julie for letting me share a recipe with you all today, I sure hope that she is having a blast this weekend at the BlogHer Food Conference. Thanks for joining me, I hope that you will enjoy a couple of scoops of this ice cream soon! I’d love to have you stop by It Bakes Me Happy to see a few more recipes, like this Half Pound Cake I mentioned above:
Makes approximately 2 pints of ice cream
or if you’re craving something chocolate, then you just have to try these Gooey Caramel Brownies, they are one of my all time favorite brownies recipes!
Enjoy and happy baking!
Thanks again Julie for having me over today!
You’re welcome, Emily! Thanks for taking over the blog while I was out of town. :)
That looks great, Emily! What a fun ice cream flavor and I love that you don’t even need n ice cream maker. Pinned!
Thanks for stopping by and checking out Emily’s recipe, Claire! Ha, I may not get any ice cream out of this – I’d probably eat all of the roasted strawberries soon after they came out of the oven!
Emily nailed it with this one, wow! This is the perfect ice cream for a warm day like today. Thanks!
She sure did, Matt! Thanks so much for stopping by. Hope you had a good weekend!
Oooooo… I just made a delicious strawberry ice cream last week and roasted the strawberries too! Great foodies think alike. ;) This looks delicious, Emily and Julie. Pinned!
Thank you, Carrie! I need to make some roasted strawberries to eat just because. No ice cream needed! BUT, Ice cream is always good and Emily’s looks great!
Amazing!! Wow Emily! This looks and sounds wonderful! I love anything strawberry, and you definitely have me drooling over this ice cream! This will be on my list of things to make this summer :) thanks so much for sharing. And Julie I hope you are having a blast at BlogHer food!!!
I had a good time at the conference and after Friday, the weather was amazing! I really need to visit Miami more often. I live only 1 1/2 hours away so why not?!
Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out Emily’s recipe. Hope you had a great weekend!
I looove no ice cream maker required ice cream recipes! And this one just looks amazing! Thank you for sharing, Emily; can’t wait to try it!
Thanks so much for stopping by, Lina!
Thank you for the nice recipe.
You’re welcome, Liz! Thanks for stopping by!
I think I need a bowl of this icecream, and NOW! It looks so amazing! Anything with strawberries is delicious, but this looks out-of-this-world good! Pinned!
Thank you so much, Gayle!
Great to see you here Emily! Pinned! Love how refreshing this is!
Thanks for stopping by, Deb!
This looks awesome! I’ve done strawberry cheesecake fudge, but this seems like the next step up. I love it!
Me too! I definitely have to try this recipe soon. Roasted strawberries, yes please!
This is so refreshing!! Perfect for the upcoming weekend BBQs
It sure is Zainab! Thank you so much for stopping by! :)
This ice cream with strawberries and cake looks very very good! Yummy!
Thank you, Medeja!
Yummmm!!! I love homemade ice cream! We actually have a little countertop ice cream maker that is really handy, but it’s super nice to not have to drag it out. This looks awesome Emily!
Thanks for stopping by and checking out Emily’s crazy good ice cream, Heather! Haha, I hear ya about dragging out the ice cream maker. It’s such a pain in the butt!
I agree, in the summer, the fruitier options sound so much better! I would take a bowl of this is a heartbeat over chocolate (*gasp*) especially because of how easy it is! Five ingredient ice cream? Yes please! Pinning!
I totally would too, Mary Frances! Roasted strawberries, ice cream, pound cake. YES, PLEASE!
This is a winner. I happen to love strawberry ice cream. Leftover from childhood I guess, because I feel kind of little girly when I eat it. And I happen to left over pound cake in my freezer that I thought would end up in a bread pudding. But not now!
I hope you enjoy this ice cream, Carol! I cannot get over the roasted strawberries. YUM!
wahoooo…. you’re mixing up a summer party in this ice cream!
Yeah! It’s totally a summer party in this ice cream!
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