Ice Cream Cake Recipe

If you haven’t checked out Martha Stewart’s 60 Days of Summer online extravganza of food, crafty party ideas and ICE CREAM recipes, you really need to. Yes, go ahead and leave here now and then come back so you will realize how fantastic it is. You may need a few hours to explore all of it.

One of my many favorite things I found was this recipe for a gorgeous striped ice cream cake. I have made it 5 times since finding it last month. I love how my guests’ jaws drop when they first see their slices placed in front of them.

I should first explain that I am not a chef at eCreamery. In fact, they don’t even allow me to touch things in the kitchen since I am culinarily challenged. I am a source for new ideas and a creative marketing, eCommerce person. I can hold my own in taste testing and thinking of new flavor combinations but actually making the ice cream — way too advanced for me.

So, not being the greatest in the kitchen, you can imagine my Culinary Artist Coworkers’ expressions when I presented these beautiful and amazingly delicious beauties.

I took some creative liberty and made Martha’s creation two different ways.

Original recipe here:  Martha’s Striped Ice Cream Cake Recipe

I used eCreamery Raspberry Lemonade and Passionfruit sorbettos to recreate this gorgeous ice cream cake. (Photo: Martha, Isager)



  • Angel Food Sheet Cake
  • 1 cup blueberry jam
  • 2 pints vanilla ice cream, softened
  • 2 pints raspberry sorbet, softened
  • 1 pint peach sorbet, softened

In my version, I purchased angel food cake sold in an aluminum loaf pan. This worked extremely well to allow me to “mold” the pan to be firmly against the ice cream and thereby preventing “running” layers.

I also subsituted the flavors. I used eCreamery Raspberry Lemonade Sorbetto and eCreamery Passionfruit Sorbetto (1 pint of each) to replace the raspberry and peach flavors. The colors were beatiful and the taste was very refreshing. My layer lines were not quite as perfectly straight as Martha’s which is no surprise. But I suspect no one would have believed I made them myself otherwise!

I also created a Chocolate Coconut Fudge Ice Cream Cake version. I used the striped ice cream cake recipe from Martha, but subsituted the following:

Chocolate Caramel Coconut Fudge Ice Cream Cake

A Chocolate Caramel Coconut version of Martha's Ice Cream Cake

  • Angel Food Cake in loaf pan
  • 1 cup chocolate fudge – softened
  • 1 pint eCreamery Coconut Sorbetto, softened
  • 1 pint eCreamery Chocolate Ice Cream, softened
  • 1 pint eCreamery Sea Salt Caramel, softened
  • Chocolate Chunks (added as a layer between the coconut and chocolate)

So, sincere delicious gratitude to Martha Stewart for her endless inspiration for new ways to use ice cream.

Here are just a few of my homework assignments for next week, 16 beautiful ice cream cake recipes from

Individual Ice Cream Cups! Perfect for Personalization

You’ve been asking us for a very long time: Brides looking for ice cream wedding favors, Divas looking for the perfect 40th birthday bash favor, Moms looking for birthday party ice cream treats, corporate managers looking for a fun office ice cream social, ad agency execs looking for single serving custom ice creams to launch their clients’ campaign! Everyone seems to need a personalized, single serving ice cream cup! Well, we are glad to help!




Introducing the newest edition to the eCreamery Ice Cream & Gelato Family, our 3.5 oz single serving ice cream cup! Available in quantities of 12, 24, 36 or by the hundred, these beauties can be personalized on the front panel and also the lid. Each includes a spoon tucked inside the lid for easy eating on the go.


Available in our Birthday, New Baby and Wedding Collections. Or, choose your own flavor and names.

Prices of party favor sets:

12 pack: $40 plus shipping

24 pack: $75 plus shipping

36 pack: $110 plus shipping

Quantities over 36, please call for individual price quotes. 866.920.5344


Our Individual serving ice cream cup can be personalized on the lid and front label.


Calling all College Baseball Fans! Ice Cream Series Team Flavors are Here!

In case you didn’t know Omaha, Nebraska is home to many exciting things…eCreamery Ice Cream & Gelato, Butterbrickle Ice Cream, Warren Buffett and of course, the College World Series of Baseball!

Since 2008, we have welcomed baseball fans to Omaha with a special flavor named in honor of the eight teams in the series. (Of course, being very respectful of NCAA laws against using any trademarked team names or mascots!) Fans can stop in eCreamery at 50th & Underwood in Dundee to enjoy a team flavor, served as a sundae or pick up a commemorative flavor pint. But, when the team is eliminated from the CWS tournament, the team flavor is also eliminated from our Ice Cream Series! Flavor up!

The team with the most “votes” or purchases over the week of the College World Series wins the coveted glory and prestige of our Ice Cream Series. So come in and support your team by devouring some delicious ice cream! We keep a plaque in the store of all Series Champions. Come in and take a look — and a taste! Every year we’re packed with fans and entire teams stopping in to enjoy in the delicious fun!

Since 2008, ESPN CWS Announcers Mike, Orel and Erin Andrews have also looked forward to their annual personal flavor creations. In previous years they have gave grand slam reviews to their custom flavors on air as they announce the College World Series games. “Mike’s Breakfast of Champions” and “Erin’s Energy Aid” were reported as huge hits – except the peanuts in 2009 that Erin reported as a “no-no” for tv announcers with the risk to your on air smile.

2010 was the first year the Winner of the College World Series baseball championship did not also sweep the Ice Cream series. eCreamery originally announced the flavor, “Ribbit Rush” for the TCU Frogs. However, at the request of the TCU Alumni Association and fans, the flavor name, “Ribbit Rush” was changed to “Super Frog Food” as they explained, “HornFrogs don’t actually ribbit.” eCreamery was happy to change the name and apologized to TCU fans for the amphibian mix-up. The response to the new flavor was so overwhelming they took home the win for the 2010 series.

2008 – “Fresno Fuel” 2009 – “Lick “em LSU” 2010 – “Super Frog Food” (formerly known as Ribbit Rush)

Here is our 2011 Line Up. Yes, you can ship them home to fans who weren’t able to join us in Omaha! $59 for 4 team pints of your choice or $99.99 for all 8 pints. (shipping on dry ice included)

Click here for easy printing: World Series of Ice Cream 2011

Send Ice Cream Gifts for Father’s Day!

The perfect gift for World’s Coolest Dad! Send ice cream and say “Happy Father’s Day!” with flavor!

What dad doesn’t love ice cream? It’s the perfect reminder of special summer days spent with Dad, sharing a scoop or two of your favorite flavor. Send him a collection of some of our favorites, and let him know that he really still is “World’s Coolest Dad.”

Each pint is named just for him with a special Father’s Day title. Choose from four flavor collections in traditional ice creams, chocolate lovers, gelatos or sorbettos. Each Sampler Pack contains four different flavors of delicious, handmade ice creams, gelatos or sorbettos (dairy-free).

Click here to see all Father’s Day Sampler Pack collections. Hurry! Deadline for Father’s Day Orders with standard shipping is Wed. June 15th at Noon CST.

Want to choose your own flavors and titles? See our Pick Your 4 Pack section and make your own sampler pack, complete with personalized titles.

And don’t forget Grandpa! We have a special sampler pack with flavors named just for him!

Homemade Ice Cream Gifts: DIY Gift Pint with a little help from Martha Stewart

DIY Gift Pints make Homemade Ice Cream Flavors a perfect gift for any occasion. Martha Stewart stickers from Michael's used here.


Our new line of Homemade Ice Cream Flavorings makes it simple to make rich and creamy, full flavored gourmet ice cream on all Home Ice Cream Makers.


Plus, making ice cream together is a fantastic summer activity for all ages.
Be sure to try our Buttered Caramel, Tiramisu Cappuccino, 3 Bean Chocolate, and Vanilla Bean flavorings for out of this world homemade ice creams. Or, try them in some of our other recipes for frostings, cakes, brownies and more!


Many of you have been writing to us with your stories of special ways you’ve made the flavors your own with creative mix-ins and ways to give your ice creams as memorable gifts to teachers, moms, grandparents, coaches and on and on! We love hearing about your creativity! Please keep the stories coming!


Today we’re sharing design ideas to make your eCreamery At Home Ice Cream flavors even more special with DIY packaging. We’ve taken blank, white ice cream pints (available for purchase at Ice Cream) and given them quite the make over!

Unique stickers & papers from Martha Stewart Crafts turned our Homemade Ice Cream Flavors into a Personalized Gift! Empty Ice Cream Pints available at

We have to give credit to Martha Stewart Crafts for these particularly adorable gift pints as we used Martha’s new sticker line available at Michael’s. It made the project almost as much fun as making the ice cream!


To make the process even easier, just click the link below for pint templates you can print at home.


We’ve created four special occasion pint designs that are easy for little ones to color and glue to blank eCreamery pints. Or, print the templates on to specialty paper for a completely unique design.


eCreamery DIY Pint Templates – Birthday, For Mom, For Dad, Just Because Templates for your home printer.

All kids love ice cream crafts! Make homemade ice cream gift pints for special personalized gifts.


Sending the Sweetest of Birthday Wishes with your favorite homemade ice cream.

A perfect ice cream pick me up for mom!

Recipe Box Gifts eC At Home Gifts by Occasion Pick Your 4 Pack Create Your Flavor