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Peppermint Stick Ice Cream Cake

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12 Easy
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Ingredients (1)

  • Peppermint stick ice cream cake 2 quarts of peppermint stick ice cream (Brighams is especially good!) 1 package of nabisco chocolate wafers 1 cup of melted semi-sweet chocolate stick of butter good quality hot fudge crushed red striped candy canes
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Peppermint Stick Ice Cream Cake

Peppermint stick ice cream cake

2 quarts of peppermint stick ice cream (Brighams is especially good!)
1 package of nabisco chocolate wafers
1 cup of melted semi-sweet chocolate
stick of butter
good quality hot fudge
crushed red striped candy canes

Instructions

  1. 1crush chocolate wafers and mix with melted butter and melted chocolate
    press 3/4 into the bottom of spring form pan and freeze.
    Spread 1 quart softened peppermint stick ice cream and freeze.
  2. 2press down the remainder of the cookie crumbs and freeze again.
    add 2nd quart of softened ice cream and re-freeze.
  1. 1spread with hot fudge and sprinkle with crushed red/white candy canes and freeze 24 hours
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