Who has never eaten a delicious iced cupcake at grandma’s house or even at a birthday party as a child? I confess that this type of cake brings me great memories! Are you also like that?
With the increasingly hot days and the holidays, there is no better cake than these very cold ones. I selected 10 recipes that I love and that you will definitely want to try 😉
ICE CAKE WITH NEST MILK FILLING
In search of a sweet cake? The one with the super-wet dough stuffed with nest milk is perfect!
Perhaps this is the most classic recipe on the list, after all, I don’t know a person who has never tried that classic iced coconut cake wrapped in foil.
FELPUDA TOWEL WITHOUT LACTOSE
I could not fail to mention this version of the traditional lactose-free coconut cake. With this recipe even those who have intolerance and never thought they would eat this wonder will be able to delight!
CAKE THREE LECHES
Think of a wet cake that contains condensed milk, coconut milk and evaporated milk. It has already made your mouth water, right? Serve this cold wonder with a little whipped cream on top and red berries to complete. You won’t regret it, see?
GLUTEN-FREE LEMON / MILK CAKE
Doesn’t lemon cake look like summer? This chilled version without gluten or milk is even lighter and refreshing! It says if this is not the perfect recipe for a late afternoon on the beach!
ICE CHOCOLATE CAKE
Birthday is almost always synonymous with chocolate cake, right? This cold version with coconut is simple, nostalgic and delicious!
TAPIOCA CAKE WITH COCONUT
That’s the simplest recipe you’ve ever seen! The cake, besides not having gluten, doesn’t even need to go to the oven <3
Coconut, strawberry and whipped cream. You can’t resist a cake that takes these three delights, right?
PASSION FRUIT CAKE
Aaah, the mousse cake … Mixing textures always pleases me and this version with passion fruit has a supertropical footprint perfect for summer!
ICE CREAM CAKE WITH BRIGADEIRO
Do you want iced cake? Then take this version with a brownie base, nutella brigadeiro and flakes ice cream!
So, was it easier or more difficult to define the next recipe?