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Layered Cookie Cream Cake

Layered Cookie Cream Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
Super easy and so yummy. A nice alternative to an ice cream cake.
posted by
 a cook
on 6/12/2008
time
prep:
20 min
total:
8 hr 20 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
7/7/2005
I made this for a dinner party for 12 that my homec class required. Everyone loved it and I would definately make this again!
posted:
6/29/2005
I made this for Father's Day and everyone enjoyed it. I also made two rows instead of one, and made it with homemade chocolate chip cookies and chocolate pudding.
posted:
6/16/2005
I made this cake on 6/14/05 and it turned out awful. I followed the recipe as it said but mine looked nowhere near as the picture in the magazine.
posted:
5/8/2005
I made this for Mother's Day. It was hit!! Everyone loved It!
posted:
5/1/2005
I did the lemon variation of this as well, and loved it. Took it over to a friends house, and they all loved it, including the 4 year old son (very fussy) and 1 year old daughter. Next is to do the chocolate chip one..
posted:
4/22/2005
I made the lemon version of this for my co-workers and everyone loved it! I actually ran out of the pudding mixture (I used too much in between cookies) so I just used the leftover Cool Whip as the "icing". It was fantastic!
posted:
4/11/2005
Made two versions of this for my moms group and they enjoyed it, asked for the recipe. Really quite simple to make, but looks and tastes "special." FD
posted:
3/29/2005
This recipe is both fun to make and eat. Just make sure that you make it the night before. I can't wait to next the next variation of this recipe!
posted:
3/28/2005
The chocolate version was a big hit with my family. I stacked the cookies in two rows of 15, side by side, instead of one long row. Made a loaf size dessert with just the right size serving!
posted:
3/15/2005
I agree, I studied the picture forever trying to figure out how the cookies were stacked - but it's easier than it looks. Just stack the cookies one on top of each other (but laying the whole stack on it's side, to make a log) - yes it may be narrow, but once you frost it, it's full. As the cookies absorb the moisture overnight, they will expand to cake-like fluffiness. The picture is confusing, so just ignore it.
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