Birthdays are nature’s way of telling us to eat more cake!!!!
And being born with a sweet tooth, i intend to do exactly that, on diet or not!!!!
A few weeks ago, while going through innumerable food blogs, i stumbled upon this wonderful recipe. The icing on the cake ( pun intended ) was that it fits exactly with the requirements of a food cheat like me……no, its NOT a low fat cake or an eggless cake!!! Its just a no-fuss cake, hence already goes way ahead in my priority list 🙂
There is always some chocolate fudge icing hidden deep inside the cake cupboard, waiting to be used and cookies n cream ice-cream is always welcome in our house. Oreo biscuits , of late, because of clever advertising, has become a ‘must have’ amongst kids, so getting the ingredients together is not an issue at all.
Hence, Rhea decided to make this for mama and of course, with the ever so dutiful helper, aka, me!!!! ( Now i realise all my mum had gone through years ago!!! )
OK, so here goes….
Collect all ingredients…..
The main cook mixes it all 🙂 ( mix brownie mix, oil, egg, ice-cream and chocolate icing)
Layer oreo biscuits over a layer of batter and top it with the remaining batter. ITs so difficult to keep your hands off , even at this stage!!!! Go ahead, you can definitely lick the bowl clean 🙂
Bake in the oven for 40 minutes or until cooked…. mmmmm, it so delicious……
Serve hot with a dollop of vanilla ice-cream……The kids and me finished half of ours within minutes of getting it out of the oven!!!
Rhea- mum, you are the best!
Varun- uh huh….mmm, its good.
Me: flying high in blissful motherly delight 🙂
1 pack brownie cake mix
eggs and oil according to the recipe in the cake mix
3 heaped scoops chocolate fudge icing
1/2 cup cookies and cream ice-cream
1 packet oreos biscuits
Combine eggs and oil with the brownie mix as instructed at the back of the box.
add ice-cream and fudge instead of the water.
Preheat oven and spray an 8″ square pan with cooking oil.
add a layer of batter, then a layer of oreos and then cover with a final layer of batter on top.
Place in the oven and cook till done ( takes approximately 40-50 minutes )
Serve hot with a generous dollop of vanilla ice-cream.