It’s the holidays, which means it’s the perfect time to indulge! Luckily for us, Baskin-Robbins has that department covered with its latest holiday menu item.
Are you ready for the Red Velvet Roll ice cream cake? Chances are, most of you haven’t had a classic ice cream cake since the last time you attended a kid’s birthday party. It’s time to change that.
This red delight is made of a cocoa-flavored red velvet cake that’s been wrapped around a log of Creole cream cheese-flavored ice cream. According to Baskin, this “creamy, rich cream cheese flavored ice cream is velvety goodness with a Cajun flair. In other words, it’s a ‘Big Easy’ treat.”
Sounds like the perfect combination to me! And let’s be honest, isn’t the cream cheese frosting the best part of any cake? That’s right. In addition to the cake and ice cream combo, this dessert is covered with a rich cream cheese frosting and red velvet cake crumb and chocolate swirls to make it extra festive.
Want to try your hand at baking a red velvet treat yourself? Check out these red velvet cheesecake bites that combine the goodness of cheesecake with a fabulous red velvet cake or brownie. This recipe only requires a few simple ingredients, including cream cheese, graham crackers, red velvet cake mix, chocolate and sugar.
Or how about you skip the cake entirely and head straight for a decadent winter white velvet fudge? While this dessert looks fancy, it’s pretty simple to make and, like the cheesecake bites, only requires a handful of ingredients. It’s sweet, creamy and flavorful and can be made gluten-free too!
The red velvet roll cake is currently in participating U.S. stores and is also available for order, making it super easy to bring to your next holiday party. Plus right now you can save $5 on any cake purchase of $20 or more:
Head to your nearest Baskin-Robbins location and have a taste!
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