By Sherri35 on July 08, 2003
Photo by WishTrish
Photo by WishTrish
"This makes a delicious dessert that looks great! I saw it in Woman's Day magazine and they called for using Whoppers candy, but I used Oreos in mine. Cook time is for the 6 hour freeze time (but it may not take the full 6 hours for the cake to freeze firmly)."
Serving Size: 1 (16 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"So easy and soooo good!!! I used regular whipped cream, caramel syrup, crushed oreos and chopped peanuts. Sweet and Salty :)"
"Way, way to easy! I added caramel crunch pieces and caramel sauce in between layers and on top. My nephews raved about this dessert and begged me to pass this one on!!! I think this took me a grand total of 10 minutes to make. I am quite sure that this recipe could be cut in half to serve six. My only comment: take the dessert out 1 hour before serving so that it can soften up a bit. I had told the nephews and they were a little impatient to try some and I found that it was still too hard to cut. Another thing....don't tell the nephews it is out warming up!!! Thanks for a great idea!!!"
"Stoked with this !! Living in NZ - I used a 2 litre block of French Vanilla, which I cut into three and being a Malteasers fan, used them along with Tatua chocolate whipped cream out of a can. DEEEEVINE !! The variations are endless so will be trying it again :)"
"Amazing recipe!!! Thanks for adding it. I don't know how to follow directions so mine was not as pretty but it was still very good. Thanks again, We enjoyed it very much."
"Very good! Made it for son's birthday and he loved it."
"I almost feel silly calling this a recipe, because it was so easy. Just a matter of layering. It tasted really good, and looked like something you'd pay a lot for at an ice cream shop! Thanks!"
"This was very good. I made this for my DS for his birthday. He was very pleased. It was so easy to make. We loved the oreo cookies that were in it. They just made it. Thanks for posting this recipe."
"I invited some neighbors over for the first time and was unsure what to make for dessert. I chose this orig. for the kids and planned to make another dessert for the adults. After I made this and saw how fabulous it looked (and that it would serve all 9 of us), I decided not to make the other. Thanks so much for saving me the time! I used Oreos and reg. whipped cream and fretted that it may not look as fancy as the choc., but it looked GREAT. I decorated the sides of the bars with some piped whipped cream and added a nice star (dollop) on top, and it gave it an extra finish. I would like to try other flavors of ice cream sandwiches, too. This was a hit with ALL and made me looked GOOD, even though I knew it had taken just a couple of min. It reminded me of the Nabisco Refrigerator Cake that we love, just with thicker layers. A PERFECT choice for entertaining. Thank you Sherri! Roxygirl"
"Sooooo GOOD! And super easy! One of the guys I served this to was dancing in his seat while he ate it and another was almost begging for seconds. I made my own whipped cream using heavy whipping cream, sugar, and some Nesquik drink mix powder. Now I'm kinda wishing I had brought some home with me. Hmmmm... I wonder if I can make this for my wedding cake .... hee hee!"
"I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS RECIPE!!! My son wanted an ice cream cake for his birthday but I wasn't about to shell out the $35 for a brand name ice cream cake. The ice cream sandwiches were on sale and I used two different flavors: neopolitan and mint chocolate chip. I didn't add any candy bits but used raspberries and chocolate chips to decorate the top. EVERYONE raved and my son said I was the hero for the day Woo-Hoo! I also added action figures around the cake. I will be using this at every birthday party from here out. By the way, total cost was $6. THANK YOU SO MUCH!"
"Made this for a baby shower and got rave reviews! COuld not be easier and wow was it good! I used chocolate cool whip instead of the can whip cream and it was awesome!"
"Someone brought one of these to work, so I went looking for a recipe when we were having company. I used a mixture of ice cream sandwiches with chocolate and vanilla ice cream. Could not be any easier to make, but has a nice presentation. Everyone screams for ice cream!"
"Yummy! we made this with Reeses PB Cups and halved the recipe (2 sandwiches on each level)since it was just for my DH and I to share. It was great, and next time we will definitely make the full recipe. Thanks!"
"I saw the photo and couldnâ€™t resist making it however I didnâ€™t have any chocolate whipped cream on hand SOO I used a container of cool whip mixed with about 1/4 cup whipping cream and some powdered chocolate milk mix. You could probably just use milk; it just needs a little liquid to dissolve the chocolate milk mix. I then following the directions as written and I ended up with a frosted cake looking like dessert with Oreoâ€™s all over the top and sides...Yummy...The whipped cream mixture just spread really nice all over the dessert so i decided to just go with it. When we cut the dessert it was BEAUTIFUL!!! I will make sure I pick up a can of chocolate whipped cream for next time to have on hand because this is one Heck of an Easy Dessert that I would give 10 stars if I could. Its very elegant looking and a keeper for sure. Thank you so much Sherri for this one"
"I have not tried this recipe. My copy of this recipe is slightly different it calls for chocolate or white whipped cream, 10oz bag candy coated chocolate or peanut butter pieces. Variations Vary candy colors and choices to represent holidays or special occasions throughout the year. Use birthday candles with holders for a special birthday cake. Use two layers of two sandwiches each, and let kids assemble their own creations. Thanks for posting. Christine (internetnut)"
"Yum, Didn't have any chocolate whipped cream so just used vanilla & was still great. Have since bought chocolate ready to make this again, simple & delicious!!"
"Made this with crushed Reese cups! OMG! Used chocolate Redy Whip(2 cans). I covered the entire cake with the whipped cream as if frosting. I would make sure to use a quality sandwich as well. Really, really good!!!!!"
"This was so easy to prepare...the hardest part is crumbling the Oreos! The only problem I had was keeping it together when I tried to cut it; I probably should have let it sit out for a few minutes to soften. But it still tasted great!! Thanks for such a "cool" recipe! :)"