Tuesday, 10 April 2012

let them eat cake ....ice-cream cake

March was insanely busy with a big work project, trips interstate and other things going on, so I’m only just getting around to loading some posts and photos from the past few weeks.
You may recall that I posted about my birthday and plans to make an ice-cream cake back here. Well, I’ve finally downloaded the photos so have the results to share!
My husband and I ended up making two separate choc-honeycomb ice-cream cakes, one for morning tea with my family and one for afternoon tea with my besties.

cake 1 - morning tea
cake 2 - afternoon tea.
I didn't realise until afterwards that we had forgotten to add the Maltesers. Oops! Oh well.. more for me!
Both cakes had three different layers - one with just plain ice-cream, one with pieces of chocolate covered honeycomb and one with pieces of chocolate cookies. Each cake was then topped with frozen raspberries, chocolate covered honeycomb pieces and Maltesers. 
It wasn't bad for a first attempt and they definitely tasted good... actually even better than they looked.
I was almost afraid that they would be too sweet, but the raspberries added the perfect balance to any overpowering sweetness.
Serving cake #1 at morning tea
serving cake #2 at afternoon tea
My husband found the recipe here on taste.com.au – so most of the credit goes to him.

My amazing hubby serving cake #2

This is one recipe I'll definitely be using again!
With baby bump (26 weeks)
- relaxing between my birthday morning and afternoon tea
Michelle xx


  1. Oooh, your ice-cream cakes look amazing! I really like the way you decorated them too, well done. Happy Birthday - looks like you had a great day. Great photo of you too by the way :)

  2. That looks so delicious! Hope you had a great day.

  3. Beautiful and very inspiring posts and blog!
    Please take a look at my blog and let me know if you wanna be fashion friends!

  4. Hi Michelle!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog, I always think about people like you, who have Dutch heritage but are living somewhere else. My girls are living now in Switzerland but I also wonder where they will live when they are grown up. Anyhoo, you look lovely in your blue dress and enjoy this time before the baby is born, all the best, Maureen

  5. Thanks for following my blog. So glad to find you. Just had a quick catch up on your posts, love it. You are such a beautiful 26 week olds mummy to be too! Letitia x

  6. Those ice cream cakes both look and sound delicious! What a great combination of flavours. You look radiant (I know that word is overused to describe pregnant women--but it is just so true!). Thanks for sharing the recipe. Have a lovely day!

  7. My gosh they look delicious ...how decadent - not one but 2 in the same day - lucky you!
    Melissah from Scrapbook

  8. Hello! Your blog is so intersting! What do you say about following each other on GFC? and facebook like?:X



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