Ice Cream Sandwich Desert

Ice Cream Sandwich

Two years ago we hosted a prom dinner for our daughter and her friends. The parents brought numerous tasty treats but the one that stood out to me was Ice Cream Sandwich Desert. The desert had me with “Hello—-I contain chocolate.”

I’ll throw in one disclaimer. This dish goes heavy on some seriously artificial ingredients. DoAhead Dining has never touted being an all-organic or “health food” link. HOWEVER, our tribe does practice moderation when it comes to “junk” in our diet. Between the ice cream cakes and artificial whip cream I’m afraid this dessert deserves a crown for it. Having said that, all things in moderation right?

Here’s a fun link at Delish.com to help us lighten up with regards to the Cool Whip. When we’re done reading it let’s start Doing Ahead by prepping and freezing this bad boy!

(Click here for a printable pdf of the recipe!)

Your DoAhead Friend,

Cindy

Ice Cream Sandwich Desert
Print Recipe
This cold desert for hot summer days is perfect for family gatherings on the Fourth of July or an annual family reunion. The combination of ice cream wafers, fudge and caramel toppings will make this a highly requested treat!
Servings Prep Time
12-15 people 20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
12-15 people 20 minutes
Ice Cream Sandwich Desert
Print Recipe
This cold desert for hot summer days is perfect for family gatherings on the Fourth of July or an annual family reunion. The combination of ice cream wafers, fudge and caramel toppings will make this a highly requested treat!
Servings Prep Time
12-15 people 20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
12-15 people 20 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Warm the fudge so it's ready to pour. Have the caramel close by.
  2. Unwrap approximately 10 sandwiches. Line a 9 X 13 dish with them. (You will have to cut some of them to fit.) You'll want to work quickly so they don't melt.
  3. Drizzle half of the fudge topping and half of the caramel topping over the sandwiches.
  4. Top with half of the whip cream. And then sprinkle half of the toffee chips.
  5. Repeat all of the above. And then store in freezer.
Recipe Notes

Although this could be served after assembling, it works best to chill thoroughly first. It tastes better cold and plates better when it's frozen. A bonus to freezing is that you've Done Ahead. Desert is in the freezer and ready a day(s) ahead!

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