|by Robert Marshall|
This new edition reflects major developments in ice cream in the last five years; including the new FDA-approved labeling regulations and the deve...
11 - 20 of 64 for ice box cake vanilla wafer
Mix vanilla wafers that have been ... in rolls about 1 1/2 inches in diameter. Wrap rolls in wax paper or foil. Keep in refrigerator and slice as wanted.
Mix all ingredients ... pan lined with wax paper. Cover with wax paper and put in ice box. This is hard to mix up and will seem dry, but it is worth it.
Chop pecans, crush wafers mix them together with hands add pecans and milk. Keep covered in refrigerator to prevent drying out.
Pack in loaf pan and cover. Keep in refrigerator. Will keep in refrigerator for 2 or 3 months.
Crush vanilla wafers. Reserve 1 ... inch pan. Top with remaining cup of crushed wafers. Chill completely before serving. May be made the day before serving.
About 6 hours ... cream, sugar and vanilla until stiff peaks ... of 6 chocolate wafers; stack on ... To serve, top cake with remaining raspberries. ... an angle. 10 servings.
In bowl, stir ... condensed milk and vanilla wafers. Dough will ... refrigerator; the flavors will blend and all of the milk will be absorbed into the cake.
Crumble vanilla wafers and graham crackers. Add fruits, pecans, and condensed milk; mix well and pour in desired pan. Keep in refrigerator.
Crush vanilla wafers spread 3/4 on ... on crumbs. Cover with strawberries, then spread Cool Whip. Put rest crumbs on top. Cover and place in refrigerator.
Mix all ingredients in a medium size bowl until all ingredients stick together. Put on a piece of wax paper and roll into a log or ball. Put on a ...
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