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KIT KAT® Ice Cream Cake

Details

Time
1 hour 40 minutes
Skill Level
Beginner
Yields
1 cake

Ice cream cakes are always in season, like this easy, three-ingredient KIT KAT® Ice Cream Cake made with KIT KAT® Bars, ice cream and HERSHEY'S Chocolate Shell Topping. Who wouldn't want a taste of the creamy, chocolaty crunch of this chocolate-covered frozen cake? You can whip up this no-fuss recipe quickly and have it ready to serve within hours. Enjoy this tasty frozen dessert cake for birthdays, anniversaries or parties.  Keep this KIT KAT® Ice Cream Cake recipe and our other easy ice cream dessert, Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie, in your back pocket for those occasions when you're short on time but still want to serve something spectacular.

Ingredients & Directions

Prep Time
20 minutes
Freeze Time
1 hour 20 minutes

Ingredients

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Directions

Equipment Needed 
Loaf Pan 9x5-Inch Loaf Pan
Plastic Wrap Plastic Wrap
Spoon Spoon
Freezer Freezer
Cooling Rack Cooling Rack
Baking Sheet Baking Sheet
1

Line 9x5-inch loaf pan with plastic wrap. Use one piece to line the pan lengthwise and a second piece to line the pan across the pan width. Remove wrappers from candy bars.

2

Spoon about 2 cups ice cream into the pan; press firmly to form an even layer and eliminate any air pockets. Place and press 4 candy bars side by side into ice cream so that candy bar fingers are running across width of pan. If necessary, break off any candy bar segments so that candy bars fit snugly in pan. Repeat layering process two more times, ending with candy as top layer. (Pan should be full to the top edge).

3

Cover cake; freeze at least 1 hour 20 minutes or up to overnight.

4

Lift cake out of pan using plastic wrap as handles. Invert ice cream cake onto cooling rack set on a baking sheet. Peel away plastic wrap.

5

Shake shell topping; pour evenly over cake sides, spreading to cover evenly. Finish by covering cake top. Slice and serve immediately or keep frozen for up to a month before serving.

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