Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Summer Recipe Series: Aunt Tina's Ice Cream Cake

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Christina taught me how to make this cake when they were here for Memorial Day and I've made it at least twice since then. It is SOOO good and SOOO easy. Here are the instructions, per Aunt Tina:


One box of ice cream sandwiches (12 in a box, I think)

One jar of butterscotch carmel sundae topping

One large tub of Cool Whip, thawed

One bag of Heath Bar bits (baking aisle by chocolate chips)


Layer ice cream sandwiches in the bottom of a 9x13 pan (may need to cut some to fit the edges, etc.). Pour butterscotch carmel topping over the sandwiches and spread to coat. Top with entire tub of Cool Whip. Smooth the Cool Whip and then top with the bag of Heath bits. Freeze until firm, slice and serve!

It is seriously so good and such a yummy summer treat (if it ever warms up again!). Thanks for sharing this recipe, Christina!


Christina said...

ummm, Sara, you totally do this easy little cake more justice than me. Yummmmy, my mouth started watering looking at your pictures. Awesome! I want a spoonful of that butterscotch caramel right now!

I love this (easy) recipe!

Sara said...

I know, that butterscotch carmel really makes the is so delish!