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March 13, 2011

I want to introduce you all to Elizabeth from

She is such a dear, precious friend and her blog is filled with fabulous, yummy recipes. 

Have I mentioned that she makes & eats each recipe before she posts?! 

I asked her to share a fun, yummy dessert recipe with you all in honor of Aiden's birthday week approaching! She is amazing, check out her darling blog!


Hi! I am Elizabeth Ann from Elizabeth Ann’s Recipe Box and I am honored that Casey wanted me to share this recipe with you! I have known Casey since our days at Kanakuk and adore her sweet spirit and contagious smile!

I love spending time in the kitchen, cooking and baking for others, and I ADORE home-cooked meals with lots of friends and family around the table! My husband, Nate, is a small town country boy with “steak and potatoes” taste buds and is my number one food critique! 

And he loves this Snicker’s Ice Cream Pie!


Snickers Ice Cream Pie

2 pints Dulce de Leche Ice Cream
14 Snickers Fun size bars, unwrapped and cut into thirds
Soften ice cream by leaving it out for 30 minutes to an hour or microwave each pint for 10 to 20 seconds. 
 Line an 8 x 4 1/2 inch loaf pan with parchment paper. 
 Let it hang over the edges.
Arrange chopped Snickers in the bottom of the pan. 
 Press ice cream gently into the pan. 
 Freeze until firm, about 6 hours. 
Pull overhang of parchment paper to invert snickers pie onto a plate and slice immediately with a sharp knife.


  1. i found her blog through you casey & my husband & i have been making all of her recipes, thanks for sharing

  2. thanks for your sweet words, Casey! :-) You are the best! :-)

  3. oh can't do this to a pregnant woman. can we say food to-do list??

  4. no way! need to try this! looks sooo good :)

  5. Oh my goodness...this looks amazing!! And, super easy!! Can't wait to try it out :)

  6. This looks amazing for this Snicker's bar lover! I'm trying everything in my power not to run to the grocery store right now at 10:30pm. to make it. Yumm!!

  7. oh my word....this looks AMAZING! And, what torture...I gave up desserts & candy for lent! I want this pie, like RIGHT now! I just found your blog through Blessed Little Nest & am now following! I just read that you worked at Kanakuk! I worked at Kanakuk! For 2 summers! What kamp did you work at? What years?

  8. Yummy goodness! Gonna have to make it!