A brownie bottom topped with Reese's, Crunch Bars and fudge and vanilla ice cream. How could it be bad?
Not only was it more delicious, it only cost about $13 to make!
The best thing about these homemade ice cream cakes are that you can customize them with your favorite candies and ice cream flavors. Heck, you can even substitute a cake bottom instead of brownies.
Brownie/Cake mix and necessary ingredients to make
Candy (Reese's & Crunch bars)- chopped
Ice Cream- 1.5 quart
Cool Whip- one tub
First bake your brownie/cake in a 9x13 pan (can do smaller depending on party size). Let it cool completely. You can do this the day before.
Then smear fudge all over the brownies. Sprinkle the candy all over the fudge, reserving some of the candy for topping.
Then pack ice cream on top of the candy. You're going to top it with Cool Whip, so it's okay if it's not smooth and pretty.
Then spread the Cool Whip evenly on top. I use the back of a spoon or a plastic spatula. Then drizzle fudge on top and sprinkle with more candy if desired. I saved 2 Reese's and carved out 30 in them. I'm not the craftiest person, so I was pretty proud of this.