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Ice Cream Cake

posted at 2/24/2012 3:11 PM EST
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Is the best!

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 2/24/2012 6:37 PM EST
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What's your recipe jkjk k ?

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posted at 2/25/2012 12:25 AM EST
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Yes, what is your recipe?

Are you a real person???

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posted at 2/25/2012 2:59 PM EST
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jkjk = just kidding just kidding, maybe?

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 2/25/2012 6:08 PM EST
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When my boys were little, I used a quick recipe for a chocolate cake baked in an 8 x 8 pan.  I split it and filled it with softened ice cream, then wrapped it and put it in the freezer to have a desert availble in a moment's notice.  I usually did two at a time, one to stash and one to devour immediately.
I had just about forgotten doing this-- time to do it again!

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posted at 2/26/2012 9:41 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Ice Cream Cake:
When my boys were little, I used a quick recipe for a chocolate cake baked in an 8 x 8 pan.  I split it and filled it with softened ice cream, then wrapped it and put it in the freezer to have a desert availble in a moment's notice.  I usually did two at a time, one to stash and one to devour immediately. I had just about forgotten doing this-- time to do it again!
Posted by Frances M


i really like this idea--------------for me -----------i would also cut into individual servings for the freezer----------------------homemade-------------ice cream sandwiches-----------------yummy yummy yummy---i've got love in my tummy

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 2/26/2012 11:55 AM EST
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Sure would be nice to see the recipe. Nice for the upcoming summer.  or what does this mean just talk about this subject. not sure as i am not on here much.

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 2/26/2012 12:04 PM EST
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I never make a ice cream cake if I want one I buy it

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 2/26/2012 1:32 PM EST
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Sounds good!  Whenever I make brownies, I always serve them with ice cream.  I think ice cream jazzes up any cake or brownie.  Also, bake your favorite cookie, put some ice cream between two, and you have a very quick dessert!

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posted at 2/26/2012 3:03 PM EST
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I'm afraid we always go to Baskin Robins for ice cream cakes.

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 2/26/2012 4:33 PM EST
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Here's a great ice cream cake recipe ....
http://www.verybestbaking.com/recipes/145076/Dark-Chocolate--Mint-Ice-Cream-Torte/detail.aspx
Dark Chocolate & Mint Ice Cream Torte

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 2/26/2012 5:06 PM EST
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Have never made an ice cream cake - usually pick one up at the DQ!

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posted at 2/26/2012 6:38 PM EST
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I have eaten the ones from DQ they are good but I haven't
made one.

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posted at 3/12/2012 4:03 PM EDT
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I've never made an ice cream cake either.  I remember my mom making one, but I don't have a recipe for it.  Now, we usually buy one if we want one.

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 3/12/2012 5:35 PM EDT
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I make ice cream sandwiches with pizzelles,you could do that with almost any cookies

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 3/12/2012 6:24 PM EDT
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I used to use the 9x 9" pan recipe for brownies but bake it in a 9x13 pan with lots of nuts.  When it was done and cold I sliced it into three 9 x 4+" slices. I let a half-gallon carton of ice cream set and softena bit.  I put one 9x4" slice on a platter and covered that evenly with thick slices of ice cream.  Top that with another brownie slice and cover that with ice cream slices.  Top that with the last slice of brownies.
Stick it in the freezer to harden.  Make a big bowl of chocolate whipped cream - real whipped cream - and use that to frost the brownie-ice cream cake.  Sprinkle with chopped pecans.   Stick it back into freezer.  What a MAGNIFICIENT treat.

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posted at 3/12/2012 7:25 PM EDT
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Even though the store bought ice cream cakes are a little expensive, I have bought them for some special occasions.  Kroger has their own store brand that is a little cheaper.  Or at least it was in the past.

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posted at 3/27/2012 7:20 AM EDT
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We never heard back from jkjk k!!!!!!!

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posted at 3/27/2012 9:30 AM EDT
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Ice cream and chocolate cake (or brownies) ALWAYS go together!!  Also, take two cookies, put ice cream between them, put them in the freezer.....and.....you always have a "go to dessert"!  Try it.....you'll like it!

Re: Ice Cream Cake

posted at 3/27/2012 11:37 AM EDT
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Never made a ice cream cake but I have brought one