Cookies and Cream Freezer Cake
Our lightened up version of ice box cake is sure to hit the spot after any family dinner.
Ready-to-eat vanilla pudding
Whipped topping light or fat free
- Line bottom and sides of a 13- to 14-inch long pan with plastic wrap, making sure you use a big enough piece so you have enough extra wrap to cover prepared cake.
- Gently fold pudding into whipped topping in a medium bowl.
- Take a wafer and spread about 1 1/2 tablespoons of cream mixture over cookie surface. Top with another wafer and spread about 1 1/2 tablespoons of cream mixture over second cookie; repeat to form a stack of about 6 cookies and cream. Carefully turn stack on its side and place in pan so cookies are standing on their sides. Repeat with remaining cookies until you create 1 long row of cookies and cream in pan. (Reserve any broken cookies to crumble over top as a garnish.)
- When cake assembly is complete, use a spatula to scoop up any cream that has oozed out of sides of cookies and place back on top of cake.
- Wrap plastic tightly around cake in pan and freeze immediately for a minimum of 2 hours.
- Slice cake on a diagonal into 12 pieces and sprinkle each with shaved chocolate. Yields 1 piece per serving.
Feel free to swap chocolate pudding for the vanilla, if desired.