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Monday, November 17, 2008

Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Cake

Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Cake. You could stop at anyone of those words and be happy. Seriously. Very happy. The best part? Knowing it was so easy to make, and 1/4 of the cost of a Baskin Robbins ice cream cake.

I got this recipe from Kraft foods, and I followed it almost exactly as they said. It is recommended for 12 servings.

-1 package chocolate pudding mix (you can really mix this cake up by changing the flavor of pudding)
-1/2 cup warmed chocolate fudge (another way to change the cake. I made 2 of these, one using dark mint fudge, and the other using Reese's peanut butter fudge)
-1 tub (8 oz) thawed Cool Whip (use fat free, you won't tell the difference)
-10 chopped oreo cookies
-12 unwrapped vanilla ice cream sandwiches (again, you can mix up flavors)

To make
-Mix pudding mix and fudge in a bowl until well blended. Add 1 cup of cool whip, and stir until it is mixed in well. If the mixture is too thick, thin it out with a little bit of milk. Stir in chopped oreo cookies.
-Lay out 4 of the ice cream sandwiches, side by side, to form a rectangle shape. The long sides are what go next to each other, like this: IIII
-Spread half of the fudge mixture on top of the sandwiches. Layer another 4 ice cream sandwiches on top of that. Spread the remaining fudge on top of the ice cream. Top the second fudge layer with the remaining 4 ice cream sandwiches.
-Frost the 'cake' with the remaining cool whip. Drizzle with fudge or additional oreo cookies. Freeze for 4 hours.


  1. I am planning to make ma'moul next week do you want in?

  2. don't forget to take PICTURES, and I'll give you some face time on the blog :)

  3. I also wanted to add that this is a fun recipe to do with the children. My little 4 year old was busy helping me the entire time...little helpers are great when it comes time to unwrap the ice cream sandwiches, or open the pudding package, etc. :)

  4. there's a strong possibility i mightve licked my plate when this finished.

  5. Ok, so I've made this cake twice so far and it was very delicious! I thought the second time was better; I used peanut butter ice cream sandwiches and alternated in the layers between vanilla and pb ice cream sandwiches and used the reese's fudge (which was easier to mix than the chocolate fudge). So it was great! Thanks again for the great recipe :)

  6. oooh my goodness lady, did i tell you i love this blog yet? im SO making this next weekend!!!

  7. Just thought Id drop a note to say Mona made this for a girls dinner party at my house- and I LITERALLY ate half the entire cake!!! IT IS ABSOLUTELY DELISH!!!! Thanks!!!

  8. looks so beautiful and professional!

  9. I'm making this today for a bbq, perfect way to ring in the summer! I'm debating between using reese's fudge or chocolate...I guess I'll let DH decide

  10. Made this for a family bIrthday and it really "took the cake" hehe. Easy easy easy and so dang good