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Cookies 'N Cream Cake
This is an absolutely delicious little Cake, and it couldn't be easier to make! It's just a matter of Layering Whip Cream and Chocolate Wafer Cookies...
1 Package of Chocolate Wafer Cookies. (I like Mr. Christie Chocolate Wafers)
1 Mid-Size Container of Whipping Cream
I Tsp. Vanilla
1/4 Cup Sugar
This Cookies 'N Cream Cake takes about 15 Minutes to Make.
Step One: Get out a Plate or a Baking Dish. I always make this little Cake on a Pretty Plate, and put the Chocolate Wafer Cookies in a Flower Shape. (One Cookie in the Middle, and enough cookies to go around it like petals...) Arrange One Layer of the Cookies.
Step Two: Whip up the Whipping Cream. Put the Bowl (preferably Metal) and the Beaters in the Freezer for a while before you whip the cream. The Cold Metal seems to help in the Whipping Process... Slowly add the Sugar, then the Vanilla. Whip until Fluffy.
(Keep in mind that if you go mad with the 'whipping', you might just end up with a big ol' batch of Butter, so stop whipping while the Whip Cream looks Fluffy enough.)
Step Three: With a nice Spatula, carefully spread each cookie with Whip Cream. Be generous with the Whip cream. If you are in a real hurry, just put a 'dob' of Whip Cream on each cookie, then go ahead and do about 5 or 6 Layers of Cookies and Cream.
Step Four: When you have a whole Layer of Cookies all covered with Cream, start the next Layer of Cookies. It's easier to hold the cookie in your hand while you spread the cream on it, then plop it down it's it's rightful place. Then just keep going until you have as many Layers that you want, or until you run out of Cookies!
Step Five: Cover the entire Top and Sides (unless it's in a Baking Dish! ha,ha!), then pop the Cake into the Fridge for at least 4 hours. If it's still in there, and no-one else has already eaten it, this makes a fabulous and light Dessert with Dinner!
Oh, and by 'Light', I don't really mean 'Low in Calories', because my take on Dessert is that you might as well enjoy it -- just don't eat the whole thing yourself -- in one sitting! yuff, yuff!
And here's a very shadowy picture of Aidan and Cara enjoying the Cookies 'n Cream Cake!
Happy Cooking! Ailsa!
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