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Don't bake it--fake it. Use chocolate creme-filled cakes (such as Suzy Q's) for the cake part, and mint chocolate chip or your favorite flavor ice cream. Note: can also be made with Twinkies. From The Country Review.
- Line 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 2 5/8-inch loaf pan with plastic wrap, with plastic overhanging edges. Remove wrapping from 8 cakes. Press 4 cakes into bottom of pan, so the long sides of the individual cakes are parallel with short end of loaf pan (cakes will fit snugly in pan).
- Place loaf pan in freezer while softening ice cream. Let ice cream stand at room temperature for 10 minutes, stirring until consistency of cream cheese. Once ice cream is thickly spreadable, remove pan from freezer. Spread ice cream over top of cakes and to edges of pan.
- Press remaining 4 cakes gently on top of ice cream, arranging in same manner as first layer. Tightly cover top of cake with overhanging plastic wrap. Freeze until fairly firm, about 3 hours.
- Fold mint extract, if using, into thawed whipped topping. Once cake feels firm to the touch, uncover top of cake. Invert onto platter; remove pan and plastic wrap. Frost sides and top of cake with thawed whipped topping.
- Refreeze for at least 2 hours or overnight. Thinly slice and serve.
This cake looks incredible! And tastes great too. I use it for our family celebrations. Easy to make for us non chefs!