Make this for your next Summer BBQ. It is sugar free, super easy and really good. It’s frozen in a loaf pan and cut into slices! 

This would be also be really tasty using pistachio sugar free Jello Pudding mix, with almond extract and raspberries.

No Bake Ice Cream Cake

3.7 from 3 reviews
NO BAKE Ice Cream Cake
  • 1¼ cup 1 or 2% milk (do not use almond or coconut milk, pudding will not thicken)
  • 1 four serving package Jello Sugar Free Instant Pudding mix - Vanilla
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon freshly grated lemon zest plus juice of ½ lemon
  • One 8 ounce container regular Cool Whip, thawed (regular has 1g sugar, sugar free has 0g but more corn syrup, so its a wash)
  • ½ pint fresh raspberries
  1. Line a loaf pan with plastic wrap and set aside.
  2. Whisk the milk into the pudding mix in a medium bowl until smooth and thick.
  3. Stir in the vanilla, lemon zest and lemon juice.
  4. Mix in half the Cool Whip to lighten mixture.
  5. Gently fold in the remaining Cool Whip and then the berries.
  6. Transfer into prepared loaf pan - fold wrap over top of ‘cake’ and place in level area of freezer. Freeze for 2 hours or until solid.
  7. To serve: remove from freezer and allow to icy thaw for 15 minutes. Slice, garnish and serve!

No Bake Ice Cream Cake

20 thoughts on “NO BAKE Ice Cream Cake

    • Tina says:

      Sandy J, please don’t give ratings on recipes you’ve never made. When I look at reviews, I expect that someone is actually reviewing a recipe, rather than giving a poor rating because the recipe doesn’t match their personal philosophy about what constitutes healthy eating.

    • Stephanie says:

      I believe when they see “sugar free jello pudding” they assume it’s the kind with artificial sweeteners. Good luck never using them if you’re a bariatric patient. 😜

  1. Frances says:

    Have not tried this yet. Not that far, only 7 days post open. Just checking out recepies and getting prepared.

  2. Linda says:

    Just made this yesterday for 4th of July and it was a hit with husband, daughter, her boy friend, and granddaughter. They are now clamoring for me to make it with No sugar added cheesecake pudding and strawberries! I had a piece (It easily yielded 10 servings) and agreed that it was delish! Certainly wouldn’t have it on a regular basis because of the high carb count, but it works when you plan for it.

  3. Kelli says:

    I made this and everyone loved it!! I also made it with chocolate pudding and strawberries. Everyone liked the raspberry one better! So fresh and light for a hot summer special occasion!

  4. Nonna says:

    I agree with the comment about letting people know if there is artificial sweetener in something. My daughter is allergic to everyone she has tried and it would be a shame to spoil a happy occasion because she was not told. Sounds like a great recipe and I am looking forward to trying it for the rest of us.

    • Susan Maria Leach says:

      Whey YOU are allergic to something, it is YOUR responsibility to ASK the hostess if there is likelihood of something you are allergic to in the food. It is NOT the responsibility of the host to notify guests via announcement of her ingredient list. I find that through experience that most people are NOT allergic, they simply dont LIKE something. If I had a guest who told me they were allergic to something in advance, I of course would not use that item. I doubt that while eating at Martha Stewarts home that she announces her ingredients as a warning.
      – SML

      • Sue Miller says:

        I agree! I am allergic to pineapple and I always ask if there’s a salad or just don’t eat if I’m not sure. I don’t expect an exact list of what went into someone’s dish.

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