How to Make Oreo Ice Cream Dessert

If you love Oreos, you’ll go crazy for this easy dessert! It’s an easy no-churn Oreo ice cream cake with crushed Oreos in the crust, Oreos in the ice cream and more Oreos on top.

It’s a quick and easy make ahead dessert that’s perfect for parties and family gatherings! It’s also travel-friendly. Just pack it in a disposable cake box and a cooler with plenty of ice to freeze it up before transporting it.

Ingredients

The ingredients for this Oreo Ice Cream Dessert include a mix of cookies and cream ice cream, crushed Oreos, butter, and hot fudge. This easy frozen treat is perfect for birthdays, holidays, barbecues or any other occasion that calls for a sweet and refreshing dessert!

First, make a quick Oreo crust. Mix melted butter with the crushed Oreos and press into the bottom of a 9-inch square pan.

Once it’s evenly pressed, freeze for an hour or two to firm the ice cream. Next, pour the ice cream mixture over the Oreo crust and spread it out evenly.

Top with whipped cream and more Oreos, if desired. Serve immediately or store in the freezer for up to 7 days before serving.

Preparation

Toss a few dozen Oreo cookies into your food processor and pulse away until you have a nice sized dusting of fine crumbs. The best part is you can store the crumbs in a zip-top bag to be used in your next ice cream cake endeavor.

This ice cream dessert is a surefire hit at your next shindig. The secret to its success is to make a few small tweaks to the original recipe (oh, and don’t forget to test the ice cream). I’m thinking of making one in the morning, the rest for dinner and maybe another the next night? This is a family friendly ice cream cake with the potential to please everyone from your kiddos to the dog. It’s an easy to prepare dessert that will be a talking point at your next party or barbecue.

Freeze

This easy frozen dessert is perfect for the summer, when it’s too hot to bake. It has a decadent crust and topping made of crushed Oreos, layered with creamy frozen cream cheese filling.

Depending on the party you’re hosting, you can use different ice cream flavors and add sprinkles to make it special. Memorial day, 4th of July, summer birthdays and bridal showers are all great occasions for an ice cream cake!

Prepare the crust by mixing melted butter with crushed Oreos. Press this mixture into a 9×13 baking pan to form the crust.

Soften the ice cream in the freezer and spoon it over the crust layer, spreading it out in an even layer. Freeze for at least 4 hours until firm.

Top with jarred hot fudge sauce to drizzle on top. You can also make your own fudge sauce by heating butter, milk chocolate, sugar and vanilla extract in a saucepan over medium heat until smooth and slightly thickened.

Serve

Oreo ice cream is layered between a buttery, crispy Oreo crust, then topped with fudge sauce, whipped cream frosting and more Oreos! It’s a no-bake dessert that is perfect for birthdays, holidays, barbecues and more.

The crust is made with melted butter mixed with crushed Oreo cookies for an extra crunchy, incredibly delicious base. The ice cream filling is vanilla flavored, but you can swap out the Oreos for any flavor of ice cream you want.

Once the crust has set, smooth the softened ice cream over it in an even layer. Cover and place it back into the freezer for a few hours.

To finish off the Oreo ice cream cake, make the fudge topping by stirring together butter, milk chocolate, sugar and evaporated milk until well combined. Let cool to room temperature, then spread it over the ice cream cake and top with extra crushed Oreos before serving.

When you are ready to serve, remove the ice cream cake from the freezer and slice it into squares. Dip a sharp knife in hot water to lightly thaw the edges so you can cut into nice slices.

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