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OREO & Fudge Ice Cream Cake

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Looks hard, but it's not. The secret? Ice cream sandwiches do most of the work. Delicious layers of OREO Cookies and fudge help too.
10 min
4 hr 10 min
12 Servings
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We love this recipe. I always make it for any get together, summer or winter :)
So very easy to make, but everyone thinks it's some fancy dessert! Not the cheapest dessert to make - cost me about $11 when I bought everything - but still cheaper than buying an ice cream cake. Have made it about 5 times and will continue to make it!
Delicious and super easy. I added 1tsp of vanilla to the cool whip before icing the cake, which was a nice little addition.
I have made this cake numerous times and it ALWAYS gets amazing reviews! (The only change I make is using more Cool Whip on the outside of the cake.) SO YUMMY!!
Wow - so easy and so good. I made this for my son's birthday and have had several requests for the recipe and several requests to make it for other parties. I made a double batch for a party for 13 people and only had two servings left. Tip: Unwrap all the ice cream sandwiches at the beginning and place back in the freezer until needed - they do melt fast.
My children are 13, 14 & 14 and this is the only birthday cake they want each year for the past five years! They love it and so do all their friends! The whip cream can also be colored with food coloring or sprayed with color to make it more festive and then decorated as you would any other cake. One year we made it look like an ipod - very cool!
My kids LOVE this stuff. I think it is way too sweet and turns my stomach, but hey I'm making it for them. I have made it several times and this last time forgot to buy hot fudge. Used melted semi-sweet chocolate chips instead and it worked out great. I always use almost double the cool whip. Makes the filling easier to spread and prettier on the outside too.
Was very good and easy to make! You can sprinkle crushed oreos on final cool whip on cake :)
Perfect simple summer treat!
This was so easy and delicious to make. With the cost of buying an icecream cake nowadays, this was pretty inexpensive to make and it was a big hit at my daughter's party. I did put it on a pan after wrapping it in foil for more stability while freezing
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