Klondike Bar Cake

Klondike Bar Cake

July is National Ice Cream Month


National Ice Cream Month might be my favorite month of all, and this Klondike Bar Cake is probably the best birthday cake I have ever made.  Not only is it easy to make and extremely delicious, but it’s also versatile.  You could use any Klondike bar + ice cream combination that you like!


Flavor Combination Ideas:

  • Reese’s Klondike with chocolate ice cream (that’s what I used!)
  • Mint chocolate chip Klondike with chocolate mint ice cream
  • Neapolitan Klondike with strawberry ice cream
  • Heath Klondike with coffee ice cream
  • S’mores Klondike with rocky road ice cream
  • Dark chocolate Klondike with black raspberry ice cream
  • Rocky road Klondike with butter pecan ice cream
  • Krunch Klondike with cinnamon swirl ice cream

The list is endless.  If you are willing to put in some extra work, you could even use my homemade Klondike bars and cookies and cream frozen yogurt.klondike_bar_cake_4

…but that’s enough talk.  Let’s eat some ice cream cake!



  • 5 Klondike bars (flavor of your choice; I used Reeses)
  • 5 cups ice cream (flavor of your choice; I used chocolate)


  • Line a loaf pan with parchment paper.  Place two and a half Klondike bars in the bottom of the pan.   Press gently to break the chocolate shell.
  • Let the ice cream melt slightly.  Scoop 2.5 cups of ice cream on top of the Klondike bars.  Smooth with an offset spatula.
  • Repeat the process, putting two and a half Klondike bars on top of the first layer of ice cream, and finishing with the rest of the ice cream on top.
  • Freeze for 2 hours or overnight.
  • When you are ready to serve, remove from the freezer and cut into slices.
  • Eat and enjoy!


P.S. I am linking up with Angie for Fiesta Friday!

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