Sunday, October 25, 2015

Ice Cream Cake~Day 25

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Who doesn’t like a big ‘ole bowl of ice cream any time of the day? Well, beat your next craving with a nice slice of this yummy ice cream cake. It’s never too cold for ice cream!

Ice Cream Cake

3 boxes ice cream (any flavors your heart or tummy desires)
Chocolate syrup
Caramel syrup
Melted Peanut Butter
2 packs of oreos or chocolate cookies (crushed)
Crushed candy bars or candies
9x13 pan or other pan (rectangular or square is easiest, but I have done it pie pans too)

Start by putting a layer of crushed cookies in the bottom of the pan. Drizzle chocolate syrup over the top. Don’t dump the whole thing. But, cover the cookies well. If you put too little the bottom layer will just crumble apart, but if you dump tons it will become soup. Sorry, I never measure. Just drizzle heavily over. Take your first desired ice cream and cut open box. Slice the ice cream in slices about 1 1/2-2 inches thick and cover the crumb layer. Then add another crumb layer and chocolate syrup. I typically drizzle on some caramel and melted peanut butter on this layer too. Then slice another box of ice cream then repeat again and again depending on your amount of ice cream. Complete the top of the cake with crushed cookies and drizzles of your desire. I love to chop up candy bars or other candies too.
Throw it in the freezer until you need to serve it….I know, obvious, right?
Your options are endless! I promise you your family/guests will love it.
(I use the boxes of ice cream because it is much easier to just slice them and put in the pans; however you can scoop and smoosh if you desire. It just ends up being harder and messier to prepare)

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