Extremely Refreshing Brownie Ice Cream Cake Recipe

A nice treat on a hot day!

I love making frozen desserts and this Ice Cream Cake is just a perfect match!
I once visited my friend and she served me with this amazing 7-layer ice cream cake! I have never tasted such an amazing thing before! I adore it! It’s so lip-smacking! Since then, I seem never to get enough of it!

If you want something so good for summer or you want to finish your day with something cool and tasty, try this frozen dessert!

This Extremely Refreshing Ice Cream Cake Recipe is so cool and awesome!.
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Here is the video guide for this mouthwatering recipe! Watch how quick and easy it is made!

Extremely Refreshing Ice Cream Cake Recipe

Course Dessert


  • 2 Gallons Ice Cream of choice (I used Oreo in chocolate & vanilla, vanilla and then Mrs. Fields Brownie Blast in chocolate)
  • ½ Recipe Angel Food Cake baked into 2- 7" layers
  • 1 Package Oreo Cookie s (separate 1½ cups for the crust- the rest for garnish and fillings)
  • 4 Tablespoons (56g) Butter (salted or unsalted)
  • ½ Recipe Ganache
  • **Sprinkles, Nuts, Cherries for garnish optional
  • ¼ Recipe Buttercream for the rosette garnish and if you decide to do a crumb coat this will be enough


  1. Line the cake pans with plastic wrap and press ½ gallon of ice cream into each pan then freeze immediately for at least 4 hours or best overnight.

  2. On day 2, prepare the oreo crust by combining 1½ cups crushed oreo cookies with the melted butter.

  3. Press mixture into the bottom of a greased and parchment paper lined 7" cake pan orring mold as shown in the video

  4. Bake in a preheated 350°F oven (177°c) for approximately 10 - 12 minutes.

  5. Cool completely, meanwhile set up a double ring mold (or spring form pan with out the bottom attached as shown in the video) and place the cooled oreo crust in the bottom of the mold, then begin layering the ice cream on top of the oreo crust alternating with the angel food cake until no ice cream layers or cake layers remain.

  6. Freeze again until solid.

  7. Ice with your choice of icing and then cover with melted ganache and garnish as you wish.

Recipe Notes

Recipe from: gretchensbakery.com