Ingredients to have an Frozen Treats Sandwich Cake:
- 24 frozen treats sandwiches
- Chocolate syrup
- Caramel syrup
- Frozen whipped topping (thawed)
- Topping of preference (more about that in a moment!)
First, place 12 frozen treats sandwiches towards the bottom of the 9 x 13-inch dish.
As you can tell in the photo below, you will have to cut the final frozen treats sandwich in two to get it to slot in the pan. Believe me — this doesn’t need to be perfect (it'll still taste amazing)!
Permit the frozen treats sandwiches to melt a little, after which use the rear of a spoon (or perhaps your fingers) to lightly press them lower a bit.
Top the frozen treats sandwiches having a layer of whipped topping, drizzle with chocolate and caramel syrups, and sprinkle with toppings of preference (I made use of small M&M’s here).
Repeat the layers once again, and you’re done! Just pop the Frozen Treats Sandwich Cake to your freezer to set before slicing and serving.
This straightforward no-bake dessert is really easy that you simply truly cannot screw it up!
Stephanie offered a couple of different recommendations for flavor variations, and so i thought I’d share individuals ideas too. Enjoy your toppings!
- Try different flavors of frozen treats sandwiches. Additionally towards the standard chocolate and vanilla, stores now sell Cookies & Cream frozen treats sandwiches, Salted Caramel frozen treats sandwiches, and Neopolitan frozen treats sandwiches.
- Use different syrups, like a strawberry frozen treats syrup for any fruity twist!
- Combine the toppings. I made use of small M&M’s (that are a popular inside my house), but Stephanie also recommended coarsely crushed Oreos, Heath toffee bits, or choc chips. Stephanie’s friend even used crushed waffle cones and chopped peanuts so the Frozen Treats Sandwich Cake would taste just like a Drumstick cone! Love that concept.
- Garnish with various colored sprinkles to complement the approaching holidays. For example, one readers recommended using red, white-colored and blue sprinkles for Memorial Day or This summer fourth!