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I made this for my thirteenth birthday sleepover and it was an absolute hit! We made it the night before and it was frozen enough by the time we got it out to eat. This cake's creamy ice cream flavor blended perfectly with the rich, chocolate crust at the bottom. This cake was so good, that when one of my friends woke up first, she went and got some more of it while everyone else was still sleeping! The only bad thing that was that some of the Oreo crumbs on the bottom didn't stick to the cake. I fixed this by just scooping the loose crumbs back onto the top of the cake. No big deal! :)

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silver_rainbow April 05, 2003

This was great! Vey easy to make, I how ever didnt have any trouble with the bottom crust sticking together... I added some cool whip to the top before freezing it.. it was a hit, thanks for sharing!

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BonnieW November 25, 2007

Made this yet again. For all of you that never have unsweetened chocolate, here's the substitution I always use:9 tbsp cocoa + 3 tbsp oil

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mah August 02, 2006

Loved by all! Rather than using eggs and powdered sugar, I just melted semisweet chocolate and butter in the microwave to make the hot fudge sauce. I also topped the cake with cool whip before freezing.

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Literary Mom December 21, 2005

Easy & tasty, my 10 year old did most of the work! We used mint chip and chocolate chips, since we didn't have unsweetened chocolate. I had he same problem with the crumbs on the bottom not sticking to the cake, but we also just sprinkled them on top. We'll make this again.

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Cassyt June 03, 2005
Oreo Ice Cream Cake