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Ann's Ice Cream Dessert Recipe

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Joe and Ann Christiansen


35 Oreo cookies
3/4 stick butter/margarine
1/2 gallon ice cream, any flavor

3/4 C chocolate chips
1 stick butter/margarine
1 can Carnation evaporated milk
2 C powdered sugar


use fudge topping in the jar!

Cool Whip (optional)

Roll the cookies until crumbly. Melt 3/4 stick butter and mix with cookies until blended. Press into bottom of 9 x 13 pan.

Add ice cream by spreading evenly over crumb mixture. Place in freezer while you prepare topping.

For homemade fudge topping:
In a saucepan melt chocolate chips with 1 stick butter/margarine. Add evaporated milk and powdered sugar. Boil for 8 minutes. Let cool completely and then spread over ice cream.

Freeze until ready to serve. Add Cool Whip if desired and garnishes.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Peppermint ice cream is great at Christmastime! Garnish the top with crushed candy canes. Chocolate mint ice cream is also really good in this recipe.

If making your own topping, try using dark chocolate chips!

If you don't add your Cool Whip until ready to serve, you can freeze this dessert for several months!




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