Easiest Ice Cream Cake Ever!

Easiest Ice Cream Cake Ever! Recipe

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Michelle Wolf


This couldn't be easier to prepare and the possibilities of combinations are endless. Do what you love in your family & enjoy!

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10 Min


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store bought pound cakes either from bakery or frozen section
2 qt
ice cream-any favorite flavors
1 pkg
oreo cookies or chocolate wafers-crushed
1 jar(s)
chocolate fudge topping
2 pkg
cool whip topping-reserve what is not used for serving

How to Make Easiest Ice Cream Cake Ever!


  • 1Set ice Cream out to soften at least a half hour.

    Line two loaf pans with saran wrap or wax paper.

    Slice each pound cake into two long halves.
  • 2Lay one half pound cake in bottom of each pan.

    Carefully spread fudge layer and top with crumbled cookies.

    Alternate two different layers of ice cream on top of cookie & fudge layer.
  • 3Top with remaining pound cake halves and then top each loaf with cool whip.
  • 4Wrap with saran or wax paper and freeze until set. At least an hour.

    Slice and serve! Top with remaining cool whip, cherries, sliced bananas, sprinkles-get creative!

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