Easy and no baking! Really good, doesn't last long!
Depending on how big you are making and if you are doing one or two cakes. This is for one cake, about an 8 1/2 x 11 inch cake pan
Crust: Crush cookies (whatever flavor you want (can be generic). Add melted butter to is. Spread along cake pan bottom.
Cake: Mix 1 half gallon container of ice cream with 1 small container of cool whip. Mix in candy or cookies if you want. Then pour over crushed cookies in cake pan.
Topping: Sprinkle your choice of candy and sprinkles
Note: You can use generic Oreo cookies for crust, Reese's Pieces for one cake and Butterfingers for the second cake if you make two.
Keep in freezer until use then store in freezer until next serving.
Source: my granddaughter
By Trudy from Springfield, IL
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