Funfetti Cake Batter Oreo Ice Cream
Yup, this happening. It’s not just something you dreamed up. This is the ultimate ice cream that beats all other ice cream recipes.
I have a running list labeled “Food Ideas” on my iPad. Every time I’m stricken with a brilliant idea for a recipe, I add it to the list. So far, I’ve only made one thing off of my list. With Pinterest, magazines, and blogs, I can’t quite keep up with all of the delicious recipes I want to try, so the list got pushed to corner.
I’ve had this fierce craving for ice cream lately. I know it’s getting cold out and everyone has since turned to warm pies, soup, and steaming cups of hot chocolate, but I want ice cream.
In my house, ice cream never goes out of season; it’s a year-round treat that I can’t resist. If there’s ice cream in the freezer, I’m gonna eat it.
I finally decided to open the list the other day when I was in desperate need for recipe inspiration. I quickly scrolled down until I came across these words: funfetti cake batter oreo ice cream.
I really need to look at the list more often.
I love making homemade ice cream because the possibilities are endless. To give this ice cream that classic cake batter flavor that we all love so much, I added a combination of vanilla extract and almond extract.
Vanilla and almond create magic when combined. It’s a flavor like no other.
This ice cream is every ice cream lover’s dream come true. It’s rich, creamy, and perfectly sweet.
The addition of rainbow jimmies and crushed Oreo cookies takes this ice cream from good to amazing.
A spoonful of this ice cream, and you’ll become addicted.
Funfetti Cake Batter Oreo Ice Cream
28 Comments on “Funfetti Cake Batter Oreo Ice Cream”
*jaw hangs open*
*eyes are wide and unblinking*
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH OMG SO GOOD SO GOOD SOOOO GOOOOOOD!
Kayle, you are a doll. Thank you so much!
Woah! These ice cream scream celebration to me! :) Love it!!!
Thanks, Anna. It would be perfect scooped on top a birthday cake.
Oh my — this ice cream looks absolutely irresistible. Our local ice cream shop makes something similar that they call “The Works” and it’s one of my favorite flavors (because it’s like every flavor, combined into one!). Can’t wait to try making this for myself!
Thanks, Jamie! The more fixin’s, the better.
Umm, so Oreos are like my favorite guilty pleasure cookie, and I love cake batter ice cream, and I hate that this even exists because I want some
Like Birthday Cake Oreos in an ice cream! I love what you did here! I really need to make this, like now. :-)
I just found you by way of Shannon’s awesome blog commenting going on, and I’m so glad I did! This recipe sounds amazing and I can’t wait to read more of your posts :)
Amy, I recently found your site through Shannon as well. Thank you so much for visiting, and I look forward to being a long-time reader of your site, too.
omg SO MUCH BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER! listen, someday: campfire. marshmallows. singing. hand-holding. big bowls of this ice cream.
excuse me while i make little dumb songs up in my head about friends loving each other.
Ice cream that is pretty, now that pretty much rocks! I need a bowl of this after my crazy long day I have had:-) Yum, Hugs, Terra
I have pretty ice cream… Thanks, Terra!
Cake batter + Oreo = heaven! Looks beyond amazing!!
Thanks, Meghan. I can’t stop eating it.
Oh heavens, this might be the most amazing ice cream flavor I’ve seen in a long time. DROOL!
Funfetti is the perfect name for this recipe! What an ice cream! I’m going to add it to my “Food Ideas” list for the summer. :) My lists are actually on Pinterest. Fun ice cream!
This is just screaming “get in mah bellah”. Love it.
I made this ice cream this weekend, and found that the almond flavor really overshadowed the vanilla – definitely tasted more almond than cake batter flavored to me.
Even so, this ice cream is SUPER good, very rich, and I can never say no to sprinkles and Oreos. I’m resisting the urge to go back for seconds…
Hi Theresa! Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment. I’m glad you liked the ice cream even if the almond flavor was a bit powerful. The next time you make the recipe, you can cut back on the amount of almond extract if you like. This particular ice cream didn’t last long in our house. Happy eating!
I am on an ice cream kick right now and this looks delicious!! I wish I had some right now!
I’m just starting to learn about making ice cream and I’d love to try this. Know how you feel about running out time to try all the things you want to make, I’ve got endless lists of thing to make, I don’t know where to begin lol.
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Waah! This is like my most perfect ice cream ever! Cookies, cake and sprinkles! Wow.
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