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I made this for dessert tonight, and boy was it delicious! I made it in an 11x7x2 glass dish, and used 9 ice cream sandwiches. I put a layer of caramel sundae sauce over the ice cream sandwiches before spreading on the cool whip. I used 1/4 cup hot fudge sauce. My entire family raved about it, and I will definately make it again! My only mistake was letting it sit out during dinner to make it easier to cut...it should be taken out right before serving, cut, and eaten immediately. Thanks for posting!
Huge hit at my Sunday Dinner...the kids just gobbled it up....so darn simple too..
THAT LOOKS DELICIOUS!! ive made it before and i couldnt get enough!
This recipe is a sure thing! It is deceivingly elegant, and no one who has found out my secret believes how easy it is! I took it to a dinner party last week, and someone asked, "so tell me...first do you slice the cake layers and then what?" I don't know if it's better before you know it is just ice cream sandwiches and cool whip, or after!
I was looking for a make-ahead dessert. I didn't know I would find such a fantastic recipe. I made it for my bridge ladies and they each copied the recipe before they left. I also added a layer carmel sauce on the ice cream sandwiches before adding the Cool Whip. I added 2 Butterfingers instead of one. Next time I will use three. The ladies wanted more Butterfingers. This was the best!
There are not enough stars for this!!!!! I've made it twice...for a youth group picnic...and for a church picnic..both times it was the hit of the dessert table! It's so easy to make. I found that with the layer of ice cream sandwiches you need to squesh them a bit (so that the ice cream bulges out and freezes together). I used the magic hardening chocolate and carmel topping on the top.