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Way, way to easy! I added caramel crunch pieces and caramel sauce in between layers and on top. My nephews raved about this dessert and begged me to pass this one on!!! I think this took me a grand total of 10 minutes to make. I am quite sure that this recipe could be cut in half to serve six. My only comment: take the dessert out 1 hour before serving so that it can soften up a bit. I had told the nephews and they were a little impatient to try some and I found that it was still too hard to cut. Another thing....don't tell the nephews it is out warming up!!! Thanks for a great idea!!!
So easy and soooo good!!! I used regular whipped cream, caramel syrup, crushed oreos and chopped peanuts. Sweet and Salty :)
This was my son's birthday cake and everyone loved it. I loved it too because it was simple and a cool treat on a hot day. Thank you!
What is not to like? Ice cream sandwiches, Oreos, Whoppers, whipped cream? It was a hit with the grandkids and the adults alike. Even better, it is simple enough for the youngest to make.
Stoked with this !! Living in NZ - I used a 2 litre block of French Vanilla, which I cut into three and being a Malteasers fan, used them along with Tatua chocolate whipped cream out of a can. DEEEEVINE !! The variations are endless so will be trying it again :)
Amazing recipe!!! Thanks for adding it. I don't know how to follow directions so mine was not as pretty but it was still very good. Thanks again, We enjoyed it very much.
Very good! Made it for son's birthday and he loved it.
I almost feel silly calling this a recipe, because it was so easy. Just a matter of layering. It tasted really good, and looked like something you'd pay a lot for at an ice cream shop! Thanks!