Whether attending or hosting a Super Bowl party, no gathering is complete without great food. Buster Bar Dessert is the first dessert dish I can remember trying, and I want it to be my last.

Buster Bar Dessert

2 rows of Oreos, crushed

1/2 cup butter, melted

Vanilla ice cream, softened

2 cups of powdered sugar

1 cup of milk

1/2 cup of chocolate chips

1/2 cup of butter

1 teaspoon of vanilla

Before you're ready to begin, you'll likely have to crush up two rows of Oreos. Once the Oreos are crushed, mix in the melted butter and evenly cover the bottom of a 9x13 pan. Place in a refrigerator (or, let's be real, place outside) until the Oreo layer hardens.

Next, add a layer of vanilla ice cream on top of the Oreo layer until the pan is nearly 3/4 full (from bottom of the pan to the opening). This time freeze the pan's contents in a freezer (outside probably works again).

The remaining ingredients (powdered sugar through vanilla) will need to be cooked in a saucepan for about eight minutes or until the contents turn into a thick "fudge." Let the fudge cool and then spread evenly over the ice cream layer.

Lastly, freeze one final time.

Buster Bar Dessert is the only dessert that still sticks out from my childhood, and it's the one dessert I'll take to my grave. Do yourself a favor and try a big, square block of heaven.

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***Recipe courtesy of Gwen Hoogland

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