Yield: 12 Servings
|1 \N||Box (large) of FF/LF chocolate cookies|
|1 gallon||FF ice-cream (or substitute FF frozen yogurt; sorbet, etc.)|
|1 \N||Jar FF chocolate fudge ice-cream topping|
|\N \N||Assorted candies; fruit (strawberries; etc) for decoration|
From: IND_STU_CIANO <LCIANO@...> Date: Wed, 14 Aug 1996 16:52:09 +0200 (IST) My cousin just gave a birthday party for her 5-year-old daughter and handmade the cake. It went over *fabulously* with the under-six set, and it's so nice and refreshing in this hot weather I can't see anyone not liking it. It's surprisingly easy to make, too. Please excuse the lack of "exact" measurements, as we tend to do things with a pinch of this and a handful of that in my family, but I tried to include exact amounts where known.
Spray a deep springform pan (the type you'd use for making a cheesecake) with Pam. Crush the chocolate cookies and make a layer on the bottom of the pan. Pack the ice-cream in on top of the cookies. (It can be a bit tricky to do this without lifting out all the cookies, so I suggest slicing some of the ice-cream first and laying the slices over the cookies. Then pack the remaining ice-cream in on top of the layers.) Spoon the fudge topping onto the ice-cream in large globs, then spread with a warm knife to form an even layer. Decorate the top of the cake with the candies and/or fruit. Freeze for several hours until everything is well set.
While certainly not low-cal, it's a nice LF treat and cheaper than buying a FF cake from a specialty ice-cream store! fatfree digest V96 #225
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