I made these today and they are out of this world! I did change them though. I used chocolate graham crackers. To the Cool Whip I added mint extract and green food coloring. My DH loves the SF mint ice cream sandwiches and thought these would be a low cal version of them. I was right. So yummy. Thanks for the great idea!
We are officially addicted! (And to a guilt free dessert!) These are amazing and the perfect sweet "fix" for us! This is such a simple recipe that's really easy to modify. We tried the original and loved it. So then we added a thin layer of reduced fat peanut butter. And then, just to see if it worked, we mixed sugar free chocolate syrup in with the Cool Whip... the possibilities are endless!!! Thank you, Mikus, for a recipe that we will enjoy again and again!
tasted like the real thing, just be sure to cover when in the freezer because they quickly get that frostbitten taste
This makes a delightful quick dessert. I even like to add a sliced banana (even though it's messy). Thanks Mikus for posting. Roxygirl
I haven't made these in years but I used to. I loved these.
Absolutely amazing! I used chocolate graham crackers and Cool Whip Light...so simple and so incredibly yummy! I need to figure out a way to make the crackers soft like the real thing then I'd be 100% amazed at the results. Thanks!
These are great. Frozen Cool Whip does make a wonderful, satisfying substitute for ice cream! However, as Jamie Lynne said, they are also addicting! I used Reduced Fat Honey Graham Crackers and Cool Whip Free with delicious results. I will be making these often to satisfy my sweet tooth! Thank you. :)
Soooooo yummy! The only bad part is that I end up eating so many of these that it equals the real thing! LOL But it is well worth it! Frozen cool whip tastes better than ice cream to me!!! Thanks for sharing!