Cake/ice cream desserts from a freezer tray
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Cake/ice cream desserts from a freezer tray
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:42:34 AM. Recipe ID 1592. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Cake/ice cream desserts from a freezer tray
 Categories: Ice cream
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
  1 1/2    Tablesp. sherry, and another
           -1/2 pt. ice cream. Freeze.
           -Serve sliced,
 
  The freezer tray of your automatic refrigerator makes wonderful
  cake-and-ice-cream specialties in jig time.
  
  FROZEN LADYFINGERS: Pack tray two thirds full with vanilla ice cream.
  Split ladyfingers, sprinkle generously with rum- arrange crosswise,
  with flat sides down, on ice cream. Freeze. Before serving, spread
  generous layer whipped cream over ladyfingers. Serve sliced.
  
  BUTTERSCOTCH-ALMOND ICE-CREAM CAKE: Line bottom of tray with strips of
  bakers' poundcake. Spread with 1 pt. vanilla, coffee, or chocolate ice
  cream. Freeze. Serve sliced, with butterscotch sauce and toasted
  almonds.
  
  CHOCOLATE CHARLOTTE: Slice 8 spongecake layer crosswise into
  1/4"-thick slices. Use to line bottom and sides of tray. Sprinkle
  with 2 tablesp. sherry; then spread with 1/2 pt. chocolate ice cream.
  Top with rest of cake, with whipped cream. Makes 6 servings.
  
  FREEZER-TRAY TRIFLE: In tray, alternate layers of spongecake strips
  with layers of vanilla, coffee, chocolate, butter-pecan, or
  strawberry ice cream, ending with cake. Sprinkle with 1/4 cup rum.
  Freeze. Serve sliced with crushed berries and bottled eggnog sauce or
  custard sauce flavored with rum.
 




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Recipe ID 1592 (Apr 03, 2005)

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