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Ice cream. It simply makes the world go ’round. Now, mix the cold, creamy confection with cake and pretzels and you have a bit of a masterpiece on your hands. That is is exactly what Rhee Drummond of the Pioneer Woman did. She came up with a totally tantalizing summer dessert that even the grumpiest person on the block would crack a smile for. Have you ever heard of peanut butter and pretzel ice cream cake? Well, folks, you are in for quite a treat! This cake takes the “cake” on all desserts. It is rich, creamy, and oh so good.
Imagine taking a bite of a wonderful dessert that tickles every part of your taste factor. You sense decadent cake, sticky peanut butter, chocolate, and cool ice cream. Talk about a little slice of heaven! Oh, and top it all off with crushed pretzels. Can it get any better? Nope.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Pioneer Woman.
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Quick Tip: Use miniature Reeses’s Cups to garnish this cake to perfection.