How To Make Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream 

Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Recipe

Prep: 10mins

Cook: 10mins

Total: 20mins

Servings: 10servings

Yield: 1gallon

This strawberry shortcake ice cream is the perfect summertime dessert if you enjoy strawberry shortcake! 

Sweet frozen strawberries are scattered throughout the ice cream’s lovely pink strawberry foundation. Freezer cubes of pound cake are scattered all over and there in every scoop.

Add gorgeous fresh strawberries and a dab of whipped cream on top of each bowl of ice cream to finish the experience. 

Having this ice cream in your freezer during the summer will be great!


  • two cups of water
  • Each packet contains three ounces. Gelatin with a strawberry flavour
  • one and a half cups of sugar
  • Four big, well-beaten eggs
  • Four glasses of milk
  • Two cups of heavy cream
  • two tsp of essence from vanilla
  • One container (10 ounces) Thawed frozen strawberries in syrup
  • Four cups of pound cake
  • Fresh strawberries and whipped cream are used as garnishes. 
Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream

Steps to Make It

01: Gather the Ingredients

02: Heat the water in a big pot until it boils. Take off the heat and let the sugar and strawberry gelatin dissolve in the water. 

03: To the saucepan, add the eggs, milk, heavy cream, and vanilla extract. Blend thoroughly by stirring.

04: Add the strawberries and stir.

05: Transfer the custard to a sealed container and rest in the fridge for at least eight hours.

06: When the ice cream is ready to be made, churn it as directed by the maker.

07: In the middle of the churning process, add the frozen pound cake cubes. 

08: The churned ice cream should be spooned into a freezer-safe container. Freeze for at least two to four hours, or until set.

09: If preferred, top the scooped ice cream with a dollop of whipped cream and fresh strawberries. 

Know Your Ice Cream Maker

  • The majority of home-use ice cream machines include bowls that must be placed in the freezer for an entire night before churning the ice cream. 
  • The walls of these bowls are double-insulated, with coolants positioned between them.
  • When the time comes to churn the ice cream, you take the bowl out of the freezer, set it up with the dasher, lock it in place, and pour in the prepared ice cream mixture. 
  • After that, the motor is turned on, and the churning starts.

Frozen Poundcake

You may readily get prepared pound cake in the grocery store’s freezer area. You can cut this pound cake into cubes directly out of the freezer, or slice it from the loaf. 

Until you’re ready to add them during the churning process, keep the cubes frozen.

Churning and Ripening

Churning and ripening are the two steps involved in freezing handmade ice cream. The cold custard base will become looser and more soft-serve-like once it has been churned. 

The ice cream now needs to go through a process called ripening to reach a scoopable consistency. Once the product has ripened, the flavour becomes more concentrated and it melts more slowly. 

Transfer the churned ice cream into a freezer-safe, airtight container and place it in the freezer for a minimum of 2–4 hours or even overnight. The wait will be worthwhile!

Nutrition Facts (per serving)

Calories             Carbs             Fat             Protein

711                     93g                34g             12g

Special Love Note For Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Lover

To My Dearest Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Lover!

Your affection for that delicious, creamy confection is as lively and sweet as the strawberry that floats inside of it. Just as every nibble makes you happy, your presence makes my heart happy. 

You bring a special touch to my life, much as the crispy crumbles of shortcakes add a lovely texture. I love to savour every bite of these exquisite times with you. 

My love for you is as boundless and exquisite as your favourite ice cream, and you are the cherry on top of my entire universe. Let’s have many more wonderful times spent together!

Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream


How Long Can You Freeze Strawberry Shortcake?

two months

Shortcakes freeze well for up to two months when stored in an airtight container. Overnight at room temperature will help them thaw.

What Is Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Made of?

Skim milk, corn syrup, strawberry crunch (bleached wheat flour, sugar, palm oil, soy lecithin, salt, baking soda), cream, milk, sugar, sugar cookies (enriched flour [wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], sugar, palm oil, eggs, baking powder, baking soda, sea salt, natural flavour),

Why Is Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream So Good?

Strawberries have a strong, delicious flavour that goes well with the crumbles on the ice cream’s outer layer. My grandchildren adore this taste.

What Is Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Flavour?

The Strawberry Shortcake flavour perfectly replicates the flavour of vanilla and strawberries with a smooth, creamy consistency. It’s ideal for baking, crafting lip gloss, and manufacturing homemade candy. 

With a hint of sweet cream, this essence gives just the right amount of sweetness and the flavour of fresh summer strawberries.

Why Is Strawberry Shortcake Called Short?

The term “shortcake” alludes to anything crispy or crumbly, usually as a result of the addition of fat, like butter or lard.


Making homemade strawberry shortcake ice cream is a pleasant and satisfying endeavour. To add texture and flavour, mix in buttery shortcake crumbs and fresh, ripe strawberries after making a creamy vanilla ice cream base. 

The mixture will have a rich and silky consistency if it is frozen until solid. The secret is to create a harmonic balance by contrasting the crunch of the shortcake with the sweetness of the strawberries. 

Not only does this handmade delicacy satisfy your sweet desire, but you can alter the ingredients to suit your tastes. 

The best way to commemorate summer and make treasured memories is to indulge in your handmade strawberry shortcake ice cream.

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