Recipe by Jennifer Fredericks
"My mom made this recipe up years ago. It is absolutely sinful. My husband and son can't get enough of it, and it is VERY easy to prepare!"
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chocolate ice cream, softened
double chocolate fudge ice cream, softened
1 (12 ounce) jar
hot fudge topping
1 (9 inch)
prepared chocolate cookie crumb crust
1 (8 ounce) container
frozen whipped topping, thawed
This recipe is AWESOME! I have tried it with several different types of ice cream and it is always DELICIOUS! It is the BEST SUMMER dessert YET!
Just a hint: You may want to wait more than 15-20 minutes in between layers. I have found the pie comes out better!
I honestly was not impressed. I seem to be the only one who didn't love it, so it might be me. The icecream became crystalline and was weird with the fudge sauce. Oh well, there are other recipes out there to try!
This recipe was great! I used vanilla ice cream for the bottom layer and chocolate on top. I added some crushed Oreo's before the hot fudge layer. Everyone loved it!
I made this pie for Thanksgiving dinner and it was a huge hit! I used Vanilla on the bottom and Chocolate on the top. I read some other reviews and think the caramel sauce would be great as well as crushed Oreo's in the middle. Yum!!! I will be trying all variations of this!!!
This recipe was really delicious...I used cookies and cream and chocolate ice cream and decorated the top with mini oreo cookies for my hubbie's birthday. One thing I didn't realize was how soft the ice cream needed to be before you put it in the pie crust. It was almost melted but when I tried to spread it, the crust cracked. For the second layer I stirred the melty ice cream in a separate bowl before I added it to the pie. Much easier to spread. If you love ice cream, you should definitely make this.
I used vanilla ice cream on the bottom and chocolate on the top layer with hot fudge sauce and crushed Oreos in the middle... yum! Everyone loved this recipe - adults and children! A couple of alterations were needed: 1) It takes longer than 15 minutes to freeze each layer - probably at least 30 minutes. 2) Be sure the 1st layer of ice cream is extra soft, but not liquidy, so that the crust doesn't break apart and stick to the ice cream. 3) Don't use too much not fudge, or it over takes the pie. This is very easy - a definite keeper!
Fantastic. I used chocolate ice cream and mint chocolate chip ice cream. I also topped it with andes mint pieces (I snuck some in the middle fudge layer too). My housemates inhaled it :)
I made this the same day of my son's 2nd birthday party! I used M & M's to decorate the top as well as store bought decorating icing. What's so great about this recipe is that you can use whatever ice cream you want. I used vanilla on the bottom and Heath Bar ice cream on top. It turned out great and was so easy!! I'll definitely be making this again-thanks for sharing the recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ma's Premium Ice Cream Pie
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 198
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