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Make this cake on a first date and watch the sparks of LOVE fly 🙂
This Oreo ice cream cake is the solution to all the problems of the world! Okay, I sound like someone who will be fighting off aliens to banish them from earth. Well, if we are talking about those cute little boys and girls running around me all the time during reunions, well, I must say they’re really aliens. Cute ones at that.
A few of my little nephews are at that age wherein they think they can be Power Rangers or a Jedi. They are starting to influence my twins who keep requesting the Star Wars masks at the toy store. While it doesn’t matter with me, I wish for my twins to get their letters from Hogwarts at the age of 11. Okay, I’m sorry. I strayed away from the topic. When these kids team up, no adults will ever win. Which is why my cousin found the perfect solution for this: Oreo ice cream cake!
You will love this Oreo ice cream cake! Not only because they taste heavenly, but also because they literally make the kids behave. During that reunion, my cousin made this to settle the kids down. She only said, “Oreo ice cream cake” and everyone behaved like little angels! Well, those are magic words for kids: Oreo and ice cream.
I managed to look after the lot of them while my cousin made her concoction in the kitchen. It didn’t take her long! Just took about a few minutes. It’s the freezing that took a bit long, but it was enough to keep the kids behave until dinner. It was all worth it!
Photo and recipe courtesy of The Marathon Mom.
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Quick Tip: Drizzle with more hot fudge sauce if you love it richer.