Have your cake and ice cream together in one slice. This beautiful, easy to make ice cream cake will awe your friends and family every time you serve it. This ice cream cake makes a perfect birthday cake for that special someone who loves sherbet and rainbows. It’s also a wonderful cake to serve at Easter or delight your guests at a baby or bridal shower!
Did you know that according to Wikipedia that Sherbet and Sherbert are often used interchangeably?
Recipe for Rainbow Sherbet Cake
What you need:
- 1 prepared 9″ angel food cake
- 1 pint orange sherbet, softened
- 1 pint raspberry sherbet, softened
- 1 pint lime sherbet, softened
- 1 – 12 oz. container frozen whipped topping. thawed
- Rada Cutlery 10″ Serrated Bread Knife, Super Spreader, Serrated Slicer and Pie Server
- Recipe from the Rada Cutlery Ice Cream Cookbook – 101 Recipes
Follow the step by step instructions below to make the Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake. Or if you prefer, further below is an instructional video for this recipe that you can watch.
Slice angel food cake with a serrated bread knife crosswise.
Slice three times to make 4 layers.
Place the bottom layer on a serving plate and spread orange sherbet evenly on top.
Place one cake slice on top of orange sherbet.
Repeat with remaining cake layers and raspberry and lime sherbets.
Frost sides and top using the Super Spreader with whipped topping and place in freezer for 1 hour until firm.
Slice the cake with the Serrated Slicer and serve it up with the Pie Server!
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We have the perfect cookbook for ice cream lovers! 101 Recipes for Ice Cream Cookbook offers simple to make recipes with Ice Cream as one of the ingredients. Create appetizers, beverages, salads and desserts all using a variety of ice cream flavors. You will find recipes such as: Easy Breakfast Rolls, Strawberry Slush, Raspberry Cream Salad, Chocolate Peanut butter Ice Cream Pie and North Pole Cherry Dessert!
The Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake recipe is on of the recipes in the Ice Cream Cookbook.
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Hi, Kristy in the Rada Kitchen and today I would like to share an ice cream cake recipe with you. I got this recipe out of our 101 Recipes that use Ice Cream. This is the Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake. It uses simple ingredients and it’s easy to make.
You need a 9″ Angel Food Cake, a pint of orange sherbet, a pint of raspberry sherbet and a pint of lime sherbet and a 12 ounce container of whipped topping. The first thing to do is cut the angel food cake into four slices. Now to do this I am going to use the Rada Bread Slicer, it has serrations on it that are easily going to cut through that cake. Start about 1 inch from the top of the cake. Use a sawing motion to cut through to make the first slice. And then another inch down, make the next slice. Let the knife do the work just like you are sawing a piece of wood. Now I baked this angel food cake but you could use a prepared cake. So this one is really soft because I just baked it, and there is our third slice.
Place the bottom slice on a serving plate. The first layer will be the orange sherbet. You will want to soften it first. Using the Rada Serverspoon I am going to mix it until it is smooth. With the Super Spreader you will more or less “frost” the cake with the ice cream. Then put on the next cake layer and take the raspberry sherbet and mix that also a little bit and apply to the cake slice. Add the next cake layer. You might have to smooth the edges a little bit. It’s not a cake you would want to make outside in the hot sun! Alright, so now we will put on the lime sherbet and then put on the last slice of cake.
Frost the whole cake with the whipped topping. I am using the Rada Super Spreader that is just the right length to frost the side. It also has serrations on it, it is just the right size to reach down to the bottom of a peanut butter jar and then you can use it to cut the sandwich with the same spreader.
The Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake has been in the freezer for a little over an hour and it is ready to serve. I am going to use the Rada Serrated Slicer. The serrations cut through the ice cream and the angel food cake.
Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake, just one of the 101 recipes in the Ice Cream Cookbook!