Ree Drummond’s Ice Cream Layer Cake — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Wow your family with this easy, delicious ice cream cake.
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If you've never before made a homemade ice cream cake, start with Ree's easy recipe, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. She uses sliced store-bought pound cake, three classic ice cream flavors and crushed candies to make a cool and refreshing summer dessert —no churning or baking required. After layering the cake, ice cream and candies, Ree covers the cake with a chocolate-sauce shell to seal the layers and create a delicious, chocolatey topping. Take it from The Pioneer Woman: This is one dessert that “will make you very, very popular."

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