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According to Country Crock, more Americans have their birthdays in September, and September 16th has the most birthdays.
Whether or not you’re celebrating today, here’s a new take on ice cream cake from Country Crock: Add ice pops—sherbet or ice cream pops—around the perimeter of the cake.
Called Rockin’ Rainbow Cake, the recipe begins with your favorite frosted layer cake. Bake it or buy it.
After you frost the cake, garnish the top with multicolored sprinkles.
Just before serving, press ice pops vertically around outside of cake. Cut so that each wedge has an ice pop.
We suggest that you unwrap all the ice pops first and place them on a wax paper-covered cookie sheet in the freezer until you’re ready to serve the cake.
Then, press them into the sides, bring the cake to the table and slice and serve real fast.
Here’s the complete recipe.
A different approach to “ice cream cake.” Photo courtesy Country Crock.
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