(And if you think that's a unique name, we've got a couple other non-traditional names, like GG, which is a story for another time.)
This is her classic celebratory dessert and I looked forward to it every birthday that was thrown at her house!
It's easy (kid-friendly!) and delicious, the only catch is that you need the have time to let it freeze.
**Note: As you can tell from the above picture, I let the ice cream melt too much! Which made it impossible to remove easily from the pan it set in.
2 pints chocolate ice cream
1.5 pints vanilla ice cream
3 (1.6 oz) reese's peanut butter cups, crushed
1 banana, sliced.
Chocolate syrup that hardens
Remove ice cream to 2 large bowls. Let stand, stirring occasionally; let soften.
Meanwhile crush oreos in ziploc bag with rolling pin (or strong armed boys)
Chop reese's cups.
Stir reese's cups into vanilla ice cream.
Spoon 1/2 oreoes on the bottom of a 9x5 loaf pan. Top 1/4 of chocolate ice cream onto oreos. Spoon all of vanilla and reese's ice cream on top. Press down to release air bubbles. Sprinkle remaining oreos into pan on top of vanilla ice cream. Add banana slices into remaining chocolate ice cream. Spoon mixture onto cookie layer. Smooth out and cover with plastic wrap. Once frozen, remove upside down and drizzle with hardening chocolate syrup.
Your ice cream loving Aly