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Do You LOVE Cookies’n’Cream? Me, too
I was looking for something special to make for my daughter’s birthday, and I knew “your ordinary cake” wasn’t going to cut it. She is a picky little princess and there are only so many flavors and dishes she likes. She’s a big fan of cookies and cream ice cream, though, and at first I thought of just serving ice cream instead of a cake.
But I was worried about the weather – her birthday is in the middle of the hottest summer and I didn’t think it would take long until the ice cream turned into a melted mess. Fortunately, I decided to try this recipe and it turned out great!
I still can’t believe I hadn’t thought of making a cookies’n’cream layered cake myself. This was very easy to make, and I didn’t tell my birthday girl about this until I actually brought the cake to the table. She was so excited! She loved the cake and so did everyone else at the party. I will definitely make this cake again!
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Quick Tip: Use any kind of chocolate sandwich cookies for this.