One thing we love is vintage desserts, and icebox cakes literally take the cake on this one. They were popular during World War I because of a shortage of ingredients, and so this is a simple cake to put together, sometimes with as little as two basic ingredients. Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers was the first product to include the recipe for these cakes on the back of its packaging, and those wafers are the first ingredient. The second ingredient is whipped cream, which holds the wafers together, forming either a traditional log or a layered dessert (like a trifle).
You can find several variations of this classic cake, sometimes using different kinds of biscuits (like graham crackers) or pudding as the filling. Get creative, and chill out with an icebox cake.
We're loving the simplicity of this chocolate and cream icebox cake recipe, the perfect introduction to icebox cake making.
The classic chocolate-berry combination in this berry Oreo icebox cake is perfection.
These bite-size chocolate icebox cupcakes are a perfectly sweet afternoon treat for kids and adults alike.
If you love anything coffee flavored, then this icebox tiramisu is the perfect dessert for you. Maybe you can even pretend it's just a cup of coffee and have it for breakfast...
Use seasonal berries to make this strawberry-blueberry cheesecake icebox cake for after dinner tonight.
Who doesn't love a good banana split? It's even better when it's a banana split icebox cake.
The combination of fresh cherries and chocolate makes this Black Forest icebox cake a divine recipe.
A twist on the classic, this banana pudding icebox cake uses pudding instead of whipped cream.
Perfect use of fresh blueberries enhanced with fresh lemon, this lemon-blueberry icebox cake just screams summer.
Who doesn't love Nutella? This no-bake Nutella chocolate icebox cake would make the perfect weekend dessert.
For all the candy lovers out there, this Butterfinger icebox cake is a dream come true.
Love beer and pies? Then this chocolate stout and dulce de leche icebox pie is just the version of an icebox cake you need.
This lemon-lime icebox cake shines with bright, citrus flavors, and we're sure you can use whatever citrus fruit is available to you. Think oranges, mandarins, clementines, grapefruit and more.
The perfect blend of coffee and buttery goodness, this iced coffee butterscotch icebox cake will become a family favorite for generations to come.
Ever heard of Brownie Brittle? It's like crunchy, thin cookies, but each piece is actually a brownie. We love the creative use of them in this Brownie Brittle-strawberry "lasagna."
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