I made this dessert for an Independence Day cookout at my aunt and uncle's house. It was a huge hit! There were 3 other desserts on the table, and mine was everyone's favorite. I assembled this dessert in a Corning Ware 13"X9" dish, which isn't exactly square as the sides of the dish are at an angle. I wasn't counting the ice cream sandwiches as I was assembling the dessert because ice cream sandwiches melt rather quickly! When I looked in the 24 ct. box of ice cream sandwiches, I had 6 left over, so I didn't use 22 ice cream sandwiches as the recipe stated. Oh, well! The next time I make this I will try cutting 4 ice cream sandwiches in fourths in an attempt to completely fill up the bottom of the dish.
**Helpful hint: For those of you who have a side-by-side refrigerator, the freezer side is very narrow. I think my Kenmore has 22 cubic ft. of storage capacity. I had to empty a shelf in order to put this dessert in the freezer. The dish WILL NOT sit flat on a shelf, so it will have to sit at an angle. After 30 minutes, I took the dish out and turned it around so everything wouldn't slide out the side. I rotated my dish at least twice before it actually began to freeze/set.
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I made this dessert for an Independence Day cookout at my aunt and uncle's house. It was a...