- 2 flavors of ice cream [1.5-1.75 qt containers]
- 1 pkg oreo cookies
- 1 container Hershey's Chocolate Frosting
- Candies or cookies of your choice
1. I used a greased 9x13 pan, with a fitted lid (this will help prevent freezer burn). First you need to crush up the oreos, not too finely. I used about 2/3 of the package. Heat about 1/2 to 2/3 cup of the frosting to semi-liquify it. Mix the frosting in with the oreos to make the crust. Add more frosting if needed. Press the mixture in the bottom of the pan evenly. Freeze this for about an hour or until firm in the bottom.
2. Now is time for your first layer of ice cream. You could put candy down first, but I put ice cream next on the crust. You will need to sit it in the fridge for 10-15 minutes prior to putting in the pan so it is easy to smooth out. Take most of the ice cream out of the container and into a bowl. Use a spoon to mix it up and make it easier to spread. Use the spoon to scoop and spread the ice cream evenly. Put the lid on and place in the freezer for 2 hours, or until the ice cream layer is firm.
3. This next layer I had some fun with. You can do whatever candy or flavors you like here. Get creative! I crushed up Reeses Peanut Butter cups (2 bags of the mini-minis) and scattered them on top of the ice cream layer. Then, because David loves PB, I melted peanut butter and 'spread' that on top of the reeses cups. Freeze this next layer for an hour or until toppings and vanilla ice cream are both firm.
4. Repeat step #2 with another flavor of ice cream. I used Rocky Road, per David's request. Even if you choose a flavor with stuff in it, you still need to mix it up good. It will level out on the cake. Once again freeze for 2 hours or until firm.
5. This top layer is also up for your interpretation. David wanted the cake 'iced' in something, so I melted the rest of the frosting and used a plastic baggie to lighting frost the cake. Then I crushed the rest of the oreos and put them on top, with some sprinkles on top for fun! Obviously, store in the freezer, with the lid! =)
mmm, look at those layers!