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Coffee-Toffee Ice Cream Cake with Butterscotch Sauce

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Coffee-Toffee Ice Cream Cake with Butterscotch Sauce
  • Prep Time 20 min
  • Total Time 6 hr 20 min
  • Servings 8
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Coffee-Toffee Ice Cream Cake with Butterscotch Sauce

A sinfully delicious dessert that is super simple to make. Fiber One™ brownie crust, coffee ice cream, and toffee frozen into a cake, topped with the simplest butterscotch sauce imaginable!

Ingredients

1
(1 1/2 quart) container coffee ice cream
1
box (6-count) Fiber One™ 90 Calorie chocolate fudge brownies
1
cup English toffee bars, chopped
1/4
cup butter
1/2
cup brown sugar
1/2
cup heavy cream
1/2
teaspoon salt
2
teaspoons vanilla

Directions

  • 1 Let ice cream soften, about 15 minutes. In the meantime, line a springform pan with plastic wrap. Add the Fiber One™ brownies to the bowl of a food processor. Pulse until crumbled. Press into the bottom of the pan. Set aside.
  • 2 Mix the softened ice cream in a large bowl. Add the chopped toffee bars and mix to combine. Spread ice cream over the brownies and cover with plastic wrap. Freeze for 6 hours, or until firm.
  • 3 Make the butterscotch by putting the butter, brown sugar, heavy cream, and salt in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil, and let boil for 5 minutes. Remove from heat, and add vanilla.
  • 4 Unmold the cake and cut into slices. Pour butterscotch over cake slices.
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Coffee-Toffee Ice Cream Cake with Butterscotch Sauce

As prepared by Baked Bree,

Everyone needs a showstopper dessert up their sleeve – something that prompts an audible gasp from the crowd when it hits the table.


My Coffee-Toffee Ice Cream Cake with Butterscotch Sauce is that dessert.

It is ridiculous how easy both the cake and the sauce are. Can you mix? Then you can do this. The cold ice cream cake is smothered with warm butterscotch and it is heaven. The butterscotch starts to melt the ice cream and makes a gooey mess – and I love everything about it!

The thing that I love about a dessert like this is how versatile it is. You can make this with any combination of ice cream and candy that you like. Peppermint with chocolate sauce at Christmas? Done. Peanut butter and chocolate? Yes, please. If you can dream it, you can make it.

Fiber One Chocolate Fudge Brownies in food processor

Start by softening your ice cream. Let it sit on the counter for about 15 minutes. While you are waiting for it to soften you can get on with the rest. Unwrap 6 brownies from a box of Fiber One Chocolate Fudge Brownies. Put them into the bowl of your food processor.

Fiber One Chocolate Fudge Brownies, turned into crumbs

Pulse until you have fine crumbs.

Lined springform pan

Next, line the bottom and sides of a springform pan with plastic wrap. Let it hang over the side. Then press the crumbs into the bottom of the pan.

English toffee in the food processor

Add English toffee to the food processor.

English toffee crumbles

Pulse until it crumbles.

Softened ice cream, mixed to texture of soft serve

Put the softened ice cream into a large bowl. I mix it until it is the texture of soft serve.

Mixing in toffee pieces

Mix in the toffee pieces. I keep some to the side to add to the top when it is about to be served.

Ice cream poured in pan

Pour the ice cream into the prepared pan.

Ice cream spread evenly

Spread it evenly.

Ready to freeze

Cover with plastic wrap and freeze until completely frozen.

Butter, brown sugar, cream, and salt in saucepan

Now, on to the butterscotch. Add butter, brown sugar, cream, and salt to a saucepan.

Butterscotch boiling

Bring the mixture to a boil, and let it boil for 5 minutes.

Vanilla added

Take the sauce off of the heat and add the vanilla.

Unmold the cake to slice

Unmold the cake to slice.

Coffee-Toffee Ice Cream Cake with Butterscotch Sauce, ready to eat

Pour sauce over cake. Done!

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