Death by chocolate ice cream cake
brownie mix (plus ingr to prepare it)
chocolate peanut butter ice cream (or your fav)
chocolate samoas ice cream (or your fav)
kit kat bars (wrapping removed)
birthday cake oreos crushed (or regualar)
1Preheat oven to 350. Prepare brownie mix according to directions on box. Spray a 9" springform pan with baking spray. Pour batter into springform pan and bake. Cool completely.
2Remove side of springfrom pan, leaving brownie on bottom of pan. Slice along side the brownie with a long knife creating 2 discs. trim aroun the discs about 1/4" to make room for the kit kats. Replace side of pan to the bottom with the bottom brownie disc still in tact.
3Align kit kats along the outsdie of the pan (facing out), making sure to fit them down to cover the outside rim of the brownie bottom. Place a layer of ice cream flavor, making sure to spread to the edges upto the kitkats. Drizzle the layer with half the chocolate sauce. Cover with the other brownie disc. Spread the second ice cream flavor, drizzle the reamaining chocolate sauce. Cover with crushe oreos.
4Cover the entire pan with plastic wrap and re freeze until ready to serve. Thaw at room temp 15-20mins before ready to serve.
Karen Carr carrkm - Feb 23, 2012
I have seen a lot of "Death By Chocolate" cakes... but this one is THE ONE!!! Can't wait to make it - the Kit Kats just make it that much better! Thanks for posting.
Nonie Kozak onesewcute - Mar 15, 2012
You are very welcome Karen!
The group of 13yo girls inhauled it FAST!
jennie kaufman bkakufmanfamily - Jun 28, 2013
my brownies did raise enough so I made 2 & it was perfect. also it is 2(6) pack of Kit Kats bars. took it to a girls night out & it went over very well. it was hard to cut cause the kit kats keep falling off. but it was worth it.
Judith Smith judyblueyes - Nov 4, 2013
Yes u confused me in step 3 u say to put the kid Kat's on the out side of the pan.I think u sent to day on the outside of the brownies but inside the pan