Ninja Creami Red Velvet Cake

Ninja Creami Red Velvet Cake Batter Gelato: A Decadent Frozen Delight

Indulge in the luxurious blend of rich, velvety smoothness and the iconic flavor of red velvet cake, all frozen into a sublime gelato experience. Our Ninja Creami Red Velvet Cake Batter Gelato recipe is a decadent treat that captures the essence of the beloved dessert, transforming it into a creamy, dreamy frozen indulgence.

Perfect for special occasions or when you simply crave something truly extraordinary, this gelato is sure to impress. The vibrant red color, combined with the creamy texture, makes every spoonful a celebration of flavor.

Ninja Creami Red Velvet Cake Batter Gelato: A Decadent Frozen Delight

Course: DessertCuisine: ItalianDifficulty: Easy


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Indulge in Ninja Creami Red Velvet Cake Batter Gelato – a creamy, luxurious frozen dessert perfect for all seasons. Easy recipe for a decadent treat!


  • 2 cups whole milk 🥛

  • 1 cup heavy cream 🍶

  • ¾ cup granulated sugar 🍚

  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder 🍫

  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 🌿

  • ½ teaspoon red food coloring (or adjust to achieve desired color) 🟥

  • ⅓ cup red velvet cake mix (dry) 🎂

  • Pinch of salt 🧂


  • Blend Ingredients: Combine milk, heavy cream, sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla extract, red food coloring, red velvet cake mix, and salt in a blender. Blend until smooth.
  • Pre-freeze Bowl: Ensure your Ninja Creami bowl is frozen for at least 24 hours before use.
  • Transfer to Ninja Creami Bowl: Pour the blended mixture into the Ninja Creami bowl. Freeze until solid, about 24 hours.
  • Spin the Gelato: Insert the frozen bowl into your Ninja Creami. Select the ‘Gelato’ setting and start the machine.
  • Check Consistency: After the cycle completes, check the consistency. If needed, run the ‘Re-spin’ cycle for a smoother texture.
  • Add Mix-ins (Optional): If you desire, add small pieces of red velvet cake or chocolate chips, then use the ‘Mix-in’ function to blend.
  • Freeze to Set: Transfer the gelato back to the freezer for about 2 hours to firm up.
  • Serve: Scoop and serve in chilled bowls or cones. Garnish as desired.
  • Storage: Store any leftovers in an airtight container in the freezer. Best enjoyed within a week for optimal flavor and texture.
  • Share Your Creation: We’d love to see your version of this decadent gelato! Share your photos and any personal twists on the recipe in the comments below or on social media.

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  • Approximately 300 calories per serving. Contains dairy and gluten. High in sugar.
  • The flavor of this ice cream will be slightly different from a traditional red velvet cake, as we’re not baking the cake batter or including chunks of cake. It will resemble the taste of cake batter, which some may find even more delightful.

  • If you prefer a deeper red color, feel free to add more food coloring. Experiment to achieve the shade you desire. However, keep in mind that the cake mix alone will already provide a substantial amount of color.

  • When serving leftovers of this ice cream, it’s recommended to allow the pint container to sit at room temperature for about 10 minutes to soften before scooping.
  • If desired, you can add mix-ins such as white chocolate chips or cream cheese baking chips. Simply create a well in the ice cream about 1/2-inch wide and extend to the bottom of the pint container. Pour the mix-ins into the well, then return the container to the machine. Use the Mix-in function to incorporate them into the ice cream.

Serving Suggestions:

Serve with a sprinkle of red velvet cake crumbs, a dollop of whipped cream, and a drizzle of chocolate sauce for an extra touch of indulgence. For an elegant presentation, garnish with fresh berries.

Dive into the luxurious taste of Red Velvet Cake Batter Gelato and let this frozen treat become a new favorite in your dessert repertoire. Whether you’re celebrating love, a special occasion, or just the joy of gelato, this recipe promises a deliciously memorable experience.

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