This simple no-bake ice-cream cake is a great DIY cake for any occasion. This can be done over a couple of days to allow the ice-cream to freeze properly.
- 44 Kit-Kat (4 blocks of KitKat chocolate)
- 2 one-litre containers of whatever ice-cream you want (I used Connoisseur Cookies & Cream + Weis Vanilla)
- 1 packet of malt-o-milk biscuits (or 250 grams of any sweet biscuit)
- 1 tablespoon of milk
- Optional: 1 packet of crispy m’n’ms
- Line a cake tin with baking paper.
- Break up blocks of Kit-Kats into individual Kit-Kats and line the sides of the cake tin with them, trying to get them vertical and close together.
- Smash up the biscuits in a bowl and place half of the crumbs in another bowl.
- In one of the bowls of biscuits, add the tablespoon of milk and mix thoroughly.
- Place the milk-biscuit mixture on the bottom of the cake tin, spreading it out evenly with a spatula, making sure the biscuit is spread out to the bottoms of the Kit-Kats
- Now place the cake tin in the freezer for at least 1hr.
- Let one ice-cream flavour soften for a bit out of the freezer before you take the cake tin out again.
- Add the ice-cream on top of the biscuit-milk layer, spreading it out evenly with a spatula. Place the cake tin back in the freezer for at least 10 min.
- Smash up the remaining Kit-Kat. Take out the cake tin and add the smashed Kit-Kat, spread evenly on top of the ice-cream layer. Place tin back into the freezer for at least 10 min.
- Let the other ice-cream flavour soften for a bit out of the freezer and then add that ice-cream layer on top of the cake. Place back in freezer for at least 10 min.
- Take out cake tin just before serving and add the remaining crushed biscuit and decorate with the M’n’Ms (you can write out things with these).
Recipe derived from: http://familyspice.com/recipes/recipe/?recipe_id=91