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Ice Cream Cake Pops

A fun, decadent dessert made with leftover chocolate cake and vanilla ice cream!

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You know what bugs me? Having to say that I was born in 19-blabla. That 19 – it bugs me. It says that I was born in the last century.

When I was about 9-years old, or right around the time that I could understand the concept of numbers, this little old lady told me that she was born in 1896. My mouth dropped to the floor as soon as I heard 18… This meant that she was born in the last century! She was ancient!!

For that reason, now, when I have to say I was born in 1978, I think that the other person (who always happens to be 23) is thinking, daaaamn! she old!

Which brings me to my story about my Chocolate Cake Ice Cream Truffles.

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Once upon a time, I went to college. It feels like it was yesterday, but when I count the years, it really was a while back. At least I can say that I finished during this century. Anywho. I was getting ready to dig into a chocolate cake that I made because my plan for the night included me, chocolate cake, coffee, and an all nighter with my Political Science textbook.

I put on my PJ’s, I got my study area ready, and I headed to get the cake.

The worst that could have happened, happened. I dropped the cake! Oh my GAH! I was SO mad! Every four-letter word came out of my mouth. I immediately started seeing little Batman comments – SPLAT! BAM! BOOM!

Ugh… It was all over the tiled floor.

But, I live by the 10-second rule, so fear no more, I saved the cake. I took out a tub of vanilla ice cream, threw in chocolate cake crumbs, and voila! We have Chocolate Cake Ice Cream!

Fast forward a few years and we’re now shaping that cake ice cream into bite size balls! And rolling ’em in shredded coconut. Aaaaand we lived happily ever after. The end.

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Oh, wait! I should tell you that this is how I now save leftover cakes or cupcakes. Sometimes I even make cake pops, other times I make cheesecake pops. Depends on my mood. But, if you have some leftover cake that is just sittin’ there getting all crusty, save it by throwing in a bit of ice cream and make these delicious truffles!

ENJOY!


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Ice Cream Cake Pops

Katerina | Diethood
A fun, decadent dessert made of chocolate cake crumbs mixed with vanilla ice cream and shaped into a bite-size treat.
Servings : 12 servings
Prep Time 10 mins
Total Time 10 mins

Ingredients
  

  • 2 cups chocolate-cake crumbs
  • 1 full scoop vanilla ice cream , melted
  • shredded coconut

Instructions
 

  • Line a plate with wax paper and set aside.
  • Place the cake crumbs in a medium-size mixing bowl.
  • Pour the melted ice cream over the cake crumbs and mix until thoroughly combined.
  • Place the shredded coconut on a flat plate.
  • Shape the cake mixture into 1 to 2-inch balls and roll in shredded coconut.
  • Set cookies on prepared plate and put in the freezer for 30 minutes, or until set.
  • Serve.

Nutrition

Calories: 108 kcal | Carbohydrates: 25 g | Protein: 1 g | Fat: 0 g | Saturated Fat: 0 g | Cholesterol: 0 mg | Sodium: 158 mg | Sugar: 15 g | Calcium: 17 mg | Iron: 1.2 mg | Net Carbs: 25 g

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cake popsicles, chocolate cake pops, homemade cake pops
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24 comments on “Ice Cream Cake Pops”

  1. These look good,anything with cake is good 🙂

    I hear ya, I was born in 1979, but I always add I grew up as a child of the 80’s,sounds better for some reason lol.

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    EA-The Spicy RD

    So, I’m reading this, thinking dammmn! You’re young 🙂 {Easy to say for someone born in the 60’s!!} That aside, these look divine & I would gladly pick up all the cake scraps to make them!!

  3. Kate, these look delicious and very easy. I think I can handle truffles if they’re this simple and delicious-looking. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Pinning now …

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    Laura (Tutti Dolci)

    Yes please, I could eat my weight in these truffles, no problem!! Love the coconut coating!

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    Maria | Pink Patisserie

    A perfect way to make the best of a tragic situation. Love it! Here’s to the 19whatevers!

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    Denise Browning@From Brazil To You

    I love the recipe: Simple, quick, and very yum! My children and I will have to make these pieces of heaven one of these days. I am so pinning it!!!

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    Laura Dembowski (@piesandplots)

    Most of us have still been born in the 19 whatevers, so don’t sweat it. These ice cream treats are a great idea and sure to be a huge hit!

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    Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes

    Oh yes, there are so many ways to save a cake. Love this one, so original Kate! About being born in the last century, at least it´s not during the last years, like 1998… missing the new one by a sliver, jaja!

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    Stacy | Wicked Good Kitchen

    OK, so basically…YOU created the first “cake pops”, Kate! Yep, back when you were in college. Haha! I love this story. And, I say, these Chocolate Cake Ice Cream Truffles will go viral! Thanks for sharing, girl!

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