If you’re reading this, I’m assuming you’re an ice cream lover like me. I mean, why else would you be reading this post, right? So, from one ice cream lover to another, welcome to my site! I don’t usually introduce myself like this in my posts, but today’s Friday and we’re talking about ICE CREAM!
I recently discovered that you can make an ice cream cake yourself. I know. Mind blown. The first ice cream cake I made was a bit different than the one I’m about to share with you today. But they both turned out delicious, and I plan to share that recipe on here, too. OK, enough stalling; let’s get to the ice cream cake bars!
- Mint chocolate chip ice cream (or whatever flavor you prefer)
- Package of oreos
- Hot fudge
Easy, right? I love recipes that require minimal ingredients. It can be really intimidating when you’re looking at a laundry list of ingredients, and most times, I will click around to find a new recipe that has fewer ingredients. Call me what you want, I’m just being real.
How To Make The Ice Cream Cake Bars
- Crush oreo cookies. I put them in a plastic bag and stepped on them. Probably not the traditional way, but it got the job done!
- Melt hot fudge in the microwave for at least 30 seconds
- Combine hot fudge and oreo cookie pieces in a mixing bowl.
- Line a glass baking dish with tin foil
- Evenly spread the oreo cookie and hot fudge mixture on the bottom of the baking dish
- Place in freezer for 1 hour
- Take your ice cream out of the freezer and let it sit for about 15 minutes. You want it to be a little softer so it’s easier to spread
- Once your ice cream has softened, spread it on top of your oreo and hot fudge mixture. Use as much or as little as you want!
- Take any left over oreo cookie pieces and use it as decoration on top of your cake. Top it off with some fun sprinkles!
- Put it in the freezer over night
- Cut into pieces and enjoy!
And that’s it! This was incredibly simple to make and they were so yummy! I hope you all give this recipe a try; I promise you wont be disappointed.
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