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Turn one of your favorite flavor duos into a decadently delicious no-bake cake

Turn one of your favorite flavor duos — chocolate and peanut butter — into a simple icebox cake by layering chocolate wafer cookies with homemade peanut butter whipped cream.

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1/4 Cup smooth peanut butter, slightly warm
  • 1 package chocolate wafer cookies
  • 1 Cup hot fudge, for garnish
  • peanut butter cups, chopped, for garnish

Servings6

Calories Per Serving603

Folate equivalent (total)52µg13%

Riboflavin (B2)0.2mg10.1%


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

Layers of chocolate wafers, a peanut butter-cream cheese filling, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups make up this simply stunning no-bake icebox cake.

Icebox cakes are my new favorite thing. They’re fun, easy, and require no baking. The only real challenge is patience. Icebox cakes need a good 24 hours or more to work their magic and if you can wait that long, you will be well-rewarded.

The other thing I love about icebox cakes is how versatile they can be. Any flavor and ingredient combination you can dream up is possible. Are you a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lover like me? Then you’ll fall head over heels for this Reese’s chocolate peanut butter icebox cake. I’ve been dreaming it up for months and last week I finally made it a reality.

This cake was even better on the second and third day (though I have no idea how it lasted that long), after all the components really had a chance to become one. The chocolate cookies get super soft, the peanut butter filling fills in all the cracks and firms up, and the flavors just get so much more intense. Every bite had me oohing and aahing.

This is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream.

Project Peanut Butter

While I am extremely fortunate enough to be able to enjoy decadent desserts like this on a regular basis, so many people, especially children, struggle just to get enough to food to keep them alive. Severe Acute Malnutrition is the largest killer of children under 5 in the world, approximately 3 million every year.

That’s a sobering statistic, I know. But there’s hope!

Project Peanut Butter is a nonprofit hoping to end malnutrition in children living in impoverished African countries like Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, and through the development of a peanut-based ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) they are accomplishing just that. These RUTFs are packed with vitamins and nutrients and cure up to 95% of children in just a few weeks.

The Hershey Company is a proud partner of Project Peanut Butter, and is responsible for helping to bring the nonprofit to Ghana. The Hershey Company has been working for years to support education and community development programs in rural Ghana, a leader in cocoa production. Building a RUTF factory in Ghana with Project Peanut Butter is one more way they’re helping to raise up the communities that bring us happiness in the form of chocolate.

And that little fact makes me enjoy that Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (and this icebox cake!) even more.


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