I love frozen cakes! Especially in the summer when I don't feel like heating up the kitchen to make a cake.

Usually, I just make one big icebox cake, with layers of cookies, cream, and maybe some fruit, but I decided to make these individual cakes for a dinner party (much prettier presentation) and now I don't know why I didn't do it sooner. Icebox cakes in a mug, so to speak.

Icebox cake first appeared around 1920 when the National Biscuit Company (now known as Nabisco) introduced their chocolate wafer cookies and included a recipe for icebox cake on the package. This was actually a somewhat luxurious recipe, as not everyone could afford an icebox (refrigerator).

Ice cream cakes became even more popular in the mid-20th century, when housewives were looking for practical recipes that could impress friends and family without too much effort.

The idea for the frozen cake is pure genius: add a few delicious ingredients and let the refrigerator do its magic.

I particularly love this version which features Mini Homefree Lemon Burst CookiesHomefree biscuits are gluten-free and suitable for allergy sufferers, but just as importantly, they are delicious!

Try putting your own twist on these adorable one-pot cakes: layer your favorite cookie flavor (or crumble like I did for a more sophisticated look) with whipped cream or dairy-free whipped cream, pudding, fruit, nuts… let your imagination run wild and have fun!

By the way, add some blueberries to this recipe and you'll get a perfect 4.The of the July recipe!

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Lemon and Strawberry Ice Cream Cake

Preparation time20 minutes

Fridge time8 hours

Portions: 4

Calories: 255kilocalorie

Author: Gluten free and more

Nutritional values

Lemon and Strawberry Ice Cream Cake

Quantity per serving

Calories 255
Calories from fat 207

% Daily Value*

Fat 23 g35%

Saturated fat 15g75%

Polyunsaturated fats 1g

Monounsaturated fats 6g

Cholesterol 72 mg24%

Sodium 18mg1%

Potassium 242 mg7%

Carbohydrates 11g4%

Fiber 2g8%

Sugar 8g9%

Protein 3 g6%

Vitamin A 952 IU19%

C vitamin 70 mg85%

Soccer 61mg6%

Iron 1 mg6%

* Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Disclaimer: All nutritional values ​​on Gluten Free & More are intended as a guide only and may vary depending on the product brands used or ingredient substitutions. Some errors may occur, so please confirm the suitability of the ingredients and nutritional values ​​of the recipe for your diet.

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