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Thin Mint Ice Box Cake!

Posted by on March 9, 2014

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That’s right.  Ice Cream, Thin Mints, and Hot Fudge combined in one delicious recipe.  The best part? It only takes about 10 minutes to make, if even, but a good 3 hours to freeze, if not, overnight.

I personally love Girl Scout Cookies, but when I saw fellow friend Jill from Sandy Toes and Popsicles create these delicious cheesecakes out of Girl Scout Cookies, my mind instantly went to Thin Mints and wondered what I could create.  This, my folks, was the answer.

Ice Box Cake

See that deliciousness?   I loved EVERY bite and you will too.  This is a great recipe just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, or for a special treat during those hot summer days. I loved using these foil pans so I could easily throw out the pan when we demolished our ice cream cake. These Party & Catering Supplies – Jiffy-Foil Casserole Pans with Lids, 11¾x9⅜” (Set of 2) are the perfect ones.

Thin Mint Ice Box Cake!
 
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Looking for something to make with those extra boxes of Girl Scout Cookies? This Thin Mint Ice Box Cake will do the trick.
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 1 Box Girl Scout Thin Mint Cookies
  • ½ Stick Butter
  • ½ Gallon Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
  • ½ Gallon Vanilla Ice Cream
  • 1 jar Hot Fudge Sauce
  • 1 Container Cool Whip
  • Andes Mints
Instructions
  1. Crush up your box of Thin Mints into small pieces. Mix together with butter and crush on the bottom of your cake pan.
  2. Spread out a ½ gallon of mint chocolate chip ice cream on top of cookies bottom.
  3. Spread your jar of hot fudge over the mint chocolate chip ice cream.
  4. Spread your ½ gallon of Vanilla ice cream over that.
  5. Top with Cool Whip.
  6. Freeze for at least 3 hours.
  7. Decorate the top with hot fudge sauce and Andes Mints.

Thin Mint CakeSee? I tried a piece this morning and let me tell you, this stuff is dangerous but oh so good.  A special treat is in order.  Hope you enjoyed the recipe.  One more photo for you:

Thin Mint Ice Box Cake

4 Responses to Thin Mint Ice Box Cake!

  1. Liz

    That looks DELICIOUS. Yum.

    • Jamie

      Thanks Liz… yes, lets just say I’ve been enjoying this fun treat this week 😉 a little too much hah

  2. Bibi @ Bibi's Culinary Journey

    I never ever made Ice box cake, but it looks delicious, Jamie 🙂

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