I have made several of these and have lost my orginal recipe so I am just gonna try to explain how I made it and then if anyone has questions feel free to ask them in the comments :)
First I went to Walmart and bought the 2 quart ( I think that is what they are) boxes of Great Value ice cream. I bought one each of chocolate and vanilla. I also bought one package of Great Value sandwich cookies. The ones like Oreos.
Next I took a spring form pan, you know like you use for cheese cake, and used half the chocolate ice cream to put a layer on the bottom ( see picture above). You have to let the ice cream soften so it can be spread but not to soft. I did this on Thursday morning and then stuck the pan in the freezer
with a plate sitting under it.
Thursday after noon I made this Chocolate Syrup . While it was cooling I put my chocolate sandwich cookies through the food processer until crumbly then dumped them in a bowl and set aside until the chocolate syrup was cool.
When the chocolate syrup was room temperature I mixed about half of it into the sandwich cookies crumbs until the crumbs are well coated. I then spread that on top of the chocolate ice cream and put it back in the freezer.
Friday morning I added half the box of vanilla ice cream on top of the cookie/syrup mixture and again put it back in the freezer. Friday afternoon I drizzled a small amount of chocolate syrup over the top of the vanilla ice cream and spread it around a little, use your own judgement here. Again back into the freezer until we were ready to do the birthday celebrating.
In the past I have left off the chocolate syrup on the top and have done Cool Whip instead. I have also done frosting and chocolate and caramel sauce drizzle. I have also added caramel sauce to the middle layer after using the sandwich cookie crumbs. Lots of options to do here.....
We have 3 days left of school and then we will be on summer vacation. I hope to be back to regular posting very soon :)