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Sunday, August 8, 2010

Oreo Ice Cream Cake (Nancy Giles)

I'm not a big fan of cake, so this is what I make myself for my birthdays. Mmmmm. Happy Birthday to me!
















2 c (2 rows) crushed Oreos (30 cookies)

1/3 c granulated sugar

½ c butter

½ gallon cookies ‘n cream ice cream

Hershey’s chocolate syrup

½ - 1 c crushed Oreos for topping (12)

Crush cookies (use a food processor). Combine with sugar and butter. Press into bottom of 9” x 13” pan. Freeze until firm. Set ice cream out to soften, not melt. When soft, spread evenly over firm crust. Drizzle chocolate syrup over ice cream and top with more crushed Oreos, if desired. Cover w/plastic wrap (not the Pyrex lid; it takes longer to freeze with the lid) and place in freezer to harden. Right before serving, drizzle again with chocolate syrup.

1 comment:

  1. Hmm, I have another recipe - a jello/pudding recipe - that takes longer to set up and I cover it with the Pyrex lid. I wonder if it would set up faster with plastic wrap. Thanks for the tip. This looks so good. I need to try this soon!

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