This comes at the perfect time as many of us are entertaining over the Labor Day weekend. You can serve up that deliciously creamy ice cream that everyone loves without breaking the bank.
Scoop into bowls or cones for a quick and delicious treat. OR…if you want to really impress your guests, use a tub of Breyers Homemade Vanilla to create my Brownie Ice Cream Cake. It’s a dessert that is sure to impress…but super simple to prepare!
Just bake up your favorite brownie mix and top it with that tasty Breyers Ice cream for a treat that can’t be beat.
Now, I like the look of a stacked cake so I split my brownie mix and bake into small 6″ pans. You can really use whatever size/shape pan that you want and still end up with great taste. Top with a little frosting and chocolate curls or just serve as is. There is really no way to mess this one up!
- 1 boxed brownie mix, prepared according to directions.
- 1.5 qt Breyers Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream, slightly softened
- Chocolate Frosting (if desired)
- Chocolate Curls or other decor (if desired)
- Prepare the brownie mix as directed on box.
- Line two 6" cake pans with parchment paper, covering bottoms and sides.
- Divide batter evenly among the prepared pans.
- Bake for 22 - 25 minutes or until toothpick inserted comes out clean.
- Remove from oven and allow to cool completely in the pan (DO NOT REMOVE FROM PAN).
- Once cooled, spread the softened ice cream over the brownie, filling the pan completely to the top.
- Freeze for 2 - 3 hours or until ice cream is firm.
- Pull the parchment paper to remove the ice cream topped
Why not go for those classic flavors that everyone loves? Grab delicious tubs of Chocolate, Homemade Vanilla, Natural Strawberry and get them at a super price. Stock up and serve your guests rich and creamy ice cream that they will love!
Take advantage of the Breyers Ice cream sale at your local Publix through 9/4 (9/3 for some).
*Suppliers of other ingredients such as cookies, candies and sauces can not be able to make this claim. The FDA states that no significant difference has been shown between dairy derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.