Skinny Creamsicle Cake Batter No Churn Ice Cream #TENways
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So we’re finally getting Spring weather!! We’re supposed to be in the 80s this weekend! I’m so happy! (I promise I’m not trying to gloat those of you still seeing snow!!) But I love Spring! I love being able to wear flip flops with sweatshirts. I love that I can get fresh asparagus for 99 cents.
You know what I don’t love though? Spring makes me overly aware of the extra winter pounds I have put on & that bathing suit season is only a very short distance away.
Bathing suit season & my sweet tooth just don’t tend to see eye to eye on things. Every Spring I tell myself I’m going to work hard to lose at least a few of these extra pounds but my love of all things dessert related tends to win out.
Luckily this year, I’ve come up with a creative way to satisfy my addiction to sweets without totally destroying the work I’m doing to lose some weight. I give you my Skinny Creamsicle Cake Batter No Churn Ice Cream! Or as the Hubs refers to it – the new best thing he’s ever eaten.
For this no churn ice cream, I took my Sunkist Cupcakes and turned them into a delicious frozen treat! But since we are trying to keep things skinny, I substituted the new Sunkist TEN soda. I wanted that full orange flavor I love but with only 10 calories, it let’s me keep things light & waist line friendly!
Skinny Creamsicle Cake Batter No Churn Ice Cream
- 1 box 15.25 ounces french vanilla cake mix
- 12 ounces Sunkist TEN soda
- 6 ounces fat free sweetened condensed milk
- 1 container 8 ounces lite cool whip, thawed
for the creamsicle cake batter:
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Place baking cups in your muffin tin.
- In a large bowl, combine the dry cake mix & Sunkist TEN soda. Stir slowly until fully combined. Fill the baking cups 2/3 of the way full. Bake the cupcakes according to the package directions. Allow the cupcakes to cool completely. you will only use about 6 of the cupcakes for the ice cream - save the rest of the cupcakes for a delicious snack 🙂
for the no churn ice cream:
- In a large bowl, whisk together the sweetened condensed milk & cool whip until combined. Crumble 6 of the cupcakes into the cool whip mixture & fold in. Feel free to add in an extra cupcake if you want more of the cake batter flavor.
- Spoon the mixture into a freezer safe dish - I used a loaf pan. Wrap the dish in saran wrap & then wrap with foil (or use a freezer safe dish with a lid). Freeze the ice cream for a minimum of 2 hours.
RECIPE INSPIRED BY: Call Me PMc
So now it’s your turn to make some Creamsicle Ice Cream! Just do like I did & head on over to your local Walmart and grab a 2 liter of Sunkist TEN! There’s even a coupon available right now so you really just have no excuses! Right now you can print a coupon on Walmart.com for $0.50 off of the purchase of TWO 2 Liter bottles or TWO 4-pack cans of 7UP TEN, A&W TEN, Canada Dry TEN, RC TEN or Sunkist TEN soda. But, if you go ahead & share that digital coupon via email, FB, Twitter (there is a click to share function), you will get brought to a coupon that will get $1.50 off that purchase rather than just $0.50! Score! Print & Share people!! The coupon is only available as long as supplies last, between 03/27 & 04/17/2014.
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This screams summer!
Oh! I am SO trying this! I really like the TEN sodas!
Wow,this sounds fabulous! I love how easy it sounds as well, I will be trying this soon!
Simple, light, refreshing! What a great recipe. I have feeling we will be experimenting with different flavor combinations this summer. Pinned!
Thanks so much for pinning Chrystal! And I’d love to hear what flavors y’all experiment with!! 🙂
Yum, that looks so good! I love how easy it is. And skinny as well! How good is that?
Very similar to my Skinny Cake Batter Ice Cream https://www.callmepmc.com/2014/02/skinny-cake-batter-no-churn-ice-cream/
love the yummy recipe you shared
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This looks seriously drool-worthy and it’s low cal! Yay!
Love this, Jaime! 🙂 Such a clever idea to add in the cake mix! Yum!
Cake mix! Whoda thunk it?! it looks sooooooo creamy!!!
This ice cream looks so good Jamie! I am loving that there is cake in this!!