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Tastes like wedding cake, but in a cool and super creamy form!

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1 Quart
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Wedding Cake Ice Cream
Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
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1 Quart



  1. Into your stand mixer bowl add: egg yolks and 1 cup sugar. Mix until mixture is light in color and creamy.
  2. Into a heavy bottom sauce pan add: milk, cream, salt, vanilla extract, remaining sugar and cake mix. Stir to combine. Heat mixture over medium heat and cook until small bubbles appear on sides (do not bring to boil). Remove from heat. 
  3. Gradually add egg mixture to to liquid, stirring as you go. Return pan to heat and cook over medium heat until mixture thickens and coats the back of a wooden spoon. Remove from heat.
  4. Allow pan to come to room temperature OR place over an ice bath to cool it more rapidly.
  5. Transfer to refrigerator and allow to chill completely.
  6. Churn mixture according to your machine's manufacturer's directions.
  7. Freeze overnight.


Recipe developed for Dixie Crystals by Paula Jones @bellalimento.

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