COOL DOWN and CAKE UP this July because it’s National Ice Cream Month! From Banana Split to Oreo to Red Velvet, here are 9 Ice Cream Cakes Worth Screaming About to celebrate the sweetness ahead this month, all of which can be made at home or purchased right here in the Fort Lauderdale/Miami areas.
9 Ice Cream Cakes Worth Screaming About
Take a walk on the wild side with a crust that will bring out the animal in you. Did we mention this cake is a “lightened-up” dessert? Seconds, please! Find out how to make this recipe here.
…Otherwise known as Almond Ice Cream Cake from Fort Lauderdale’s Las Pampas Grill. With homemade vanilla gelato, surrounded by almonds and pralines, and topped with chocolate syrup, you’ll go NUTS-O over the Almendrado. Dine on yours at Las Pampas Grill (also voted South Florida’s Best Argentinian Restaurant).
Brownie on the bottom, party on the top. It can all be yours with this scrumptious recipe.
Crazy for carrots? Maybe just carrot CAKE? Whatever it may be, we found the ice cream cake for you. With a cream cheese ice cream layer topped with cream cheese whipped topping, this cake will cool you right down, right to the creamy core. Get therecipe.
Don’t sweat it! This PB&J Ice Cream Cake is ready to eat with just four ingredients and will have your kids screaming for more. Learn how to make it here.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for Carvel® Ice Cream…Cake! Share a “LiL’ Love” with a vanilla and chocolate layered ice cream cake filled with tasty chocolate crunchies. Perfect for sharing (or not!). Find it at your local grocery store or use the product finder at ILoveIceCreamCakes.com.
Layers of red velvet cake and an easy no-churn cheesecake ice cream will melt in your mouth, literally. See for yourself here.
Because…it’s National Ice Cream Month. Why else? Just a hop, jump and a split away.
July is National Ice Cream Month and a time to celebrate all things Ice Cream! For more ice cream cake inspiration, visit ILoveIceCreamCakes.com or the bakery and freezer sections at your local grocer.