Ok, so I was sitting at my vets today thumbing through a recent edition of Southern Edition and I swear I saw a recipe for a cake which contained only two ingredients - softened ice cream and flour. That's it. I think you just mixed the softened ice cream and the flour and baked it in a loaf pan at 325 degrees. They even had proportions adjusted if you wanted to make two smaller loaves.
Now, trying to explain it to my husband, I can't see how this would work at all. I am not a huge baker, but what would hold the batter together? Is this a real recipe? Is it good? I think they suggested using butter pecan and black walnut ice cream.
Google search didn't produce results.