an ice cream terrine is my fave

August 19, 2014

by guest contributor by Lyndsay Sung of Coco Cake Land

ice cream terrine recipe
There’s nothing very complicated about this summer-perfect ice cream terrine. We’re re-shaping ice cream into a cute brick, guys. But it is worth the effort because it INDEED becomes a cute brick, with three delicious ice cream flavours, ready to be sliced and diced onto the nearest eagerly awaiting plate – a cool, creamy treat perfect for summer parties.

ice cream terrine recipe

You will need:
– A loaf pan (I used a 9 x 5 x 3 inch)
– Three pints of ice cream in vanilla, chocolate and cherry (or your fave flavours). If you wanted to be completely insane you could make each ice cream flavour – but that leaves less time for frolicking in the pool or in the yard! I recommend the lazy approach here.
– A small offset spatula (crucial for smoothing)
– Whipped cream
– Fresh fruit to garnish
– Cake flags for extra cuteness (use washi tape or craft paper)

ice cream terrine recipe


Remove your first ice cream flavour from the freezer; set on counter for five minutes until soft. Remember, you’ll be flipping the terrine upside down so the first flavour will be on the top. Using an ice cream scoop, dole out about six large scoops of ice cream and place in loaf pan. Working quickly, use the offset spatula to smoothe the layer flat. Place the loaf pan in freezer for 20 minutes to set the layer. Repeat with the following two flavours, making sure to freeze each layer until set.

Finally, freeze the whole thing for at least 3 hours to set it up. Before removing from freezer, make up a small batch of whipped cream (or just use a whipped cream canister from the grocery store).

To remove the terrine, have a flat plate or cake stand ready and waiting. You might even want to chill the plate or stand for 20 minutes beforehand. Run the sides of the loaf pan carefully under hot water for just a few seconds to loosen. Turn the loaf pan upside down onto the flat serving plate; terrine should release. Use a paper towel to wipe up any melty drips.

Using a piping bag fitted with an open star tip, or the nozzle of the whipped cream canister to pipe drop stars along the center of the terrine. Place fresh fruit on top – slice with a sharp knife, and serve with more whipped cream and berries!

Summer just got TERRINED.

ice cream terrine recipe

ice cream terrine recipe

ice cream terrine recipe

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