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Hot Fudge Ice Cream Delight has been a family favorite for as long as I can remember. My Mom always made this for our family picnics and holiday parties. Once you make it everyone will request it for every event. This is a recipe anyone can make!
When you are an adult you sometimes crave things that bring back the memories of your childhood. This is definitely a dessert that does that for me. I remember rushing through meals, to finish first, so I could get the very first piece. My Mom made it for a family get together a couple of weeks ago and again I was the first person to dig in. If you love ice cream cakes you will love it. I would take this over a store or restaurant bought ice cream cake any day! It is a lot cheaper to make yourself and it’s just a whole lot better!
Of course, when you are making an ice cream cake you have to allow time for freezing and cooling. It is not something you can just throw together. I promise you that the end result is worth it. Don’t mistake the time spent being hard. It’s not! You will be more than willing to make it again and again.
Hot Fudge Ice Cream Delight
This is a dessert my family has made for years! If you love ice cream cake you will love this dessert!
- 1 bag Oreos
- 1 half gallon Vanilla Ice Cream
- 16 ounces Hershey Syrup
- 14 ounce Can of Condensed Milk
- 2 sticks Butter
Crush whole bag of Oreos (I crush them in a storage bag)
Cover bottom of 9x13 pan with crushed Oreos
Melt 1 stick of butter and pour over crushed Oreos
After pouring butter over crushed Oreos, pat firmly in the bottom of pan
Cover with foil and place pan in freezer for 15-20 minutes
Take ice cream out to soften
After 20 minutes spread ice cream over the Oreo Crust and return to freezer until solid
Pour Hershey Syrup, condensed milk, and stick of butter into a pan and bring to a boil
Remove from heat and let cool for at least and hour or more
When Fudge sauce is completely cooled spread over the ice cream evenly
Place covered pan back in the freezer for at least and hour or until ready to serve.
You will want to remove the dessert at least 10 minutes before serving. ENJOY!