Ice Cream Bread Recipe

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Ice Cream Bread Recipe

Yes it is ice cream bread

There are 2 pints of ice cream in the bread you see above…. and no it is not going to melt

It WILL get gobbled up SUPER quickly

My husband LOVES my ice cream bread and will eat half a loaf in one sitting – the bread is NOT sweet but has tons of flavor so it can be eaten without having to add anything

This recipe is SO easy I really encourage you have your kids ( if you have them) help you make it —- I know it meant a lot to me as a kid when I use to make this bread for my family

Ice Cream Bread Recipe

I know I know what you are thinking — I am NOT kidding this is ALL you need to make the loaf of bread you see in the picture above

Nothing else – no extra water or ANYTHING

You can try different types of ice cream if you like I find Haagen-Dazs works the best. I usually use coffee as one of the flavors BUT I wanted this loaf to look like a normal loaf for y’all

You will also need self- rising flour. I have tried to look for self – rising gluten – free flour but have not found any.

I got my dad to help mix the batter – trick is to let the ice cream to soften

Ice Cream Bread Recipe

After it bakes let the bread cool in the pan for a good hour then it is ready to slice. Again this bread is not sweet nor is it sandwich bread I rather call it “snacking bread”

Ice Cream Bread Recipe

I really hope you enjoy this recipe if you do decide to make it pretty please comment on the recipe post how you like it – reviews help other readers a lot 🙂

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One last picture  – Here is my dad setting up dish for pictures 🙂 Thanks Dad!

dad cooking 2

Ice Cream Bread Recipe



  • 2 Pints of Ice Cream ( Any Flavor)
  • 1½ Cups of Self Rising Flour


  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Grease loaf pan ( I use a little vegetable oil)
  3. In a mixing bowl mix ice cream and flour together - make sure they are completely mix and a batter has formed
  4. Pour batter into the loaf pan and bake for around 45 minutes - make sure to place a tooth pick into the loaf to make sure it is fully cooked