I know I have posted about this before but it is that time of year again…. my husband’s birthday and this year Zoe made him a spacerocket ice-cream cake with smarties and chocolate buttons and to switch it up a little bit, brunch ice-cream.
- 2 Litres Ice-Cream of your choice ( we used HP Brunch )
- Chocolate Buttons
- Milky Bar Discs
Take the ice-cream out of the freezer to let it soften. Get a 21cm Cake tin and line it with cling film with extra dropping over the edges.
When the ice-cream has softened, spoon it into the lined cake tin pushing down to ensure it fills the tin completely.
Cover completely with cling film and place back in the freezer for at least 4 hours.
Take the ice-cream cake out of the freezer, remove the cling film lid and turn it upside down onto a cake board or plate, then remove the rest of the cling film.
Now the Fun bit! Decorating.
Zoe decorated this cake with smarties in the shape of a space rocket, the moon and stars. If you give your child free reign to design their own cake theme it will just add to the fun and excitement for them. As ice-cream can be tricky to decorate without melting, I recommend you set out your design on a plate first so you leave as little time as possible decorating the cake outside of the freezer.