13 Deliciously Old-Fashioned Icebox Cakes (Slideshow)

These icebox cakes come together quickly and are delicious on any occasion

Bel Gioioso’s Tiramisu

One of the most classic Italian desserts, tiramisu has all the traits of a classic icebox cake. Soak ladyfingers in coffee, slather them in whipped mascarpone and leave in the fridge to transform into the perfect post meal pick-me-up!

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Black and White Malted Icebox Cake

This icebox cake is inspired by a love for Whoppers and extra thick malted milkshakes! It’s full of vanilla wafers, milk chocolate ganache, and malted whipped cream.

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Black Forest Icebox Cake

Kirsch — the cherry liquor required in all Black Forest gateaux — is featured in a kirsch pudding that balances the sweetness of the cherry jam in this beautiful and boozy icebox cake.

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake
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Peanut butter and chocolate is a combination that will never go out of style. This icebox cake is basically a giant, frozen peanut butter cup. What’s not to love about having that in your freezer?

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Chocolate Icebox Cake

Here’s an icebox cake that is vegan and gluten-free. The recipe shows you how to make coconut yogurt from scratch — which takes 24 to 36 hours. So if you do decide to make this cake, be sure to plan ahead! Once the yogurt is made, the rest of the cake comes together easily.

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Classic Icebox Cake

Classic Icebox Cake
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There are only four ingredients in this icebox cake! With chocolate wafer cookies and lightly sweetened whipped cream this really is the quintessential ice box cake recipe.

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Magnolia Bakery's Peanut Butter Icebox Pie Recipe

Brought to you by Magnolia Bakery in New York City, this cake uses a homemade crust. With a wonderfully excessive amount of peanut butter used throughout out, this cake is definitely an indulgence.

 

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Mint Chocolate Icebox Cake

Mint Chocolate Icebox Cake
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Do you love mint chocolate chip anything? Then you have to make this icebox cake! Mint whipped cream is layered over Oreo cookies, chilled, and then covered in chocolate shavings. Di-vine!

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S’more Icebox Cake

Bring the outdoors inside — this icebox cake has chocolate, marshmallow, and graham crackers in it, creating a perfect icy version of the campfire classic. As well as whipped cream, this cake has layers of chocolate pudding running through it for extra decadence.

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Strawberry Icebox Pie

A chilled strawberry pie is an excellent way to use seasonal fruit and take a break from the heat of summer. This icebox pie is easily made a day ahead so you can entertain easily and fuss-free.

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Strawberry Shortcake Icebox Cake

Strawberry Shortcake Icebox Cake
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Layer vanilla wafer cookies, whipped cream, and freshly sliced strawberries, then leave the cake to refrigerate for 24 hours for a dessert that’s tasty and delicious and looks divine.

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Lemon Shortbread Cookie Icebox Cake

Lemon Shortbread Cookie Icebox Cake
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Lemons and blueberries go perfectly together and add bright flavors to this icebox cake. To add even more lemony notes, this cake has lemon curd layers throughout and is garnished with roasted pistachios for a great crunch on top.

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No-Bake Boston Cream Pie Strata Recipe

Homemade pudding is always good anyway, so when you add graham crackers and fudgy chocolate frosting, what could possibly go wrong? Make this cake the day before you plan to eat it, leave it overnight in the fridge, and enjoy the cakey transformation that occurs!

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