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Igloo Refrigerator Cake

This cold encompassing the entire country inspired me to turn to a cold and snowy dessert.  I have always wanted to try one of these no-bake refrigerator cakes, and this seemed like the perfect cake to create into a an igloo.  I served mine up with some wonderful peppermint hot chocolate.

Igloo Refrigerator Cake

Don’t you think this little igloo looks all snowy and cold?

Construction of an igloo cake

You can make this cake easily using Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers.

Construction of Igloo Cake

I started out on a paper plate, forming the rough shape of an igloo with the entrance shown in the front.

Constructing an Igloo Cake

Continue forming the igloo shape by adding a little more whipped cream in between the chocolate wafers as you move around the circle.

Constructing an igloo cake

When the entire circle is complete, fill the middle with chocolate wafers and whipped cream, and build up the top of the igloo.

Easy Igloo refrigerator cake

Complete by frosting the entire igloo in whipped cream and freeze for 2 hours.

Igloo Cake

Slice and serve and enjoy!

Assemble your cake using whipped cream or schlag and Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers.  Freeze it for at least 2 hours to let the chocolate wafers absorb moisture from the whipping cream.  That is all there is to it!

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4 Comments

    1. Chloe Crabtree says:

      Sandra, thanks, it was so very easy to make, I think I will use this recipe again in the traditional log shape in the future, also.

    1. Chloe Crabtree says:

      It was so easy and yummy! Thanks for stopping by!

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