I made in a 9x13" pan. I used Pecan Sandies for the cookies and made with double the French Vanilla ice cream. I used Smucker's Hot Fudge instead of Hershey's, as I like it better. I doubled the sauce and put half on the bottom, heating in the microwave to spreadable consistency. I then put the other half on the top of the ice cream. I sprinkled crushed coarse chopped pecans over the top of that, then froze. At serving time I cut into squares and served with whipped cream, cherries and colored sprinkles for decoration. Everyone loved it!
I've made this twice..both times fabulous! First cake I used Oreos for the crust, hot fudge for the chocolate layer/garnish and store-bought Chocolate Mint ice cream. Second cake I used store-bought chocolate chip cookies for the crust, Hershey's syrup (3/4 c) for the chocolate layer/garnish and Cake Batter Ice Cream recipe By SStemp for the filling. Then crumbled more cookies and drizzled syrup on the top. Made for a great birthday cake that everyone loved!
i have made this twice and it is fantastic! both kids and adults love it. i use one package chips ahoy cookies, pick out enough to go around the outside, then use the rest for the crust. couldn't be easier. thank you kitten for posting!!
I made this for my bunco group last night. I used Kroger reduced fat chocolate chip cookies, no sugar chocolate ice cream, and light caramel swirl ice cream. For the sauce I used a homemade hazelnut mocha sauce, but I didn't have enough. So I used hot fudge sauce as well. It was easy to assemble and everyone enjoyed it. The only negative, was it was somewhat messy to cut and serve. No big deal if it was at my own house, but I felt bad for our hostess.
These are great. The kids that i babysit all summer love them and they are an awsome way to cool down during these hot summer days. I'm definatly makeing these again
I followed Chef #674484 lead and it resulted in 6 very happy people! I had company over and wanted something special. This really hit it right on. Delicious!
oh Kit I can't wait to try this!