Layered berry ice-cream cake

Layered berry ice-cream cake

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  • 12
  • Easy
  • 30 minutes, plus overnight freezing
  • Woolworths Natural Sweet White 2015 (Spier)


  • 3 litres Woolworths vanilla ice cream
  • 350 g raspberries
  • 2 x 120 g blueberries tubs
  • 600 g strawberries

Cooking Instructions

Place the ice cream in a large mixing bowl and stir to soften slightly. Spoon 3 cups into a 20 cm springform cake tin and top with the raspberries, reserving a few to garnish.

Repeat the process with the remaining ice cream, blueberries and strawberries.

Spoon the last of the ice cream over the strawberries and freeze overnight.

To unmould, wrap a warm, damp dishcloth around the tin and run a hot palette knife around the edge of the cake to loosen. Release the springform tin and remove.

Garnish with the remaining berries and slice using a hot knife to serve.

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    Tiffaine Bryant
    December 23, 2018

    We loved this for our family summer year end braai. Suggestions:
    The strawberries go too hard when they freeze. I would stick to Blue Berries, Raspberries and Black Berries for the cake and use the strawberries to decorate only.
    It needs 2 days minimum to set in the freezer.