No-Churn Oreo Cookies ‘n’ Cream Ice Cream

Vanilla ice cream speckled with crushed Oreo cookies. No-machine and no-churn recipe perfect for whenever you crave ice cream! 


It’s no lie that I LOVE ice cream. I don’t think there is flavour I don’t like! But if I had to pick a few of my favourites, Nutella and cookies ‘n cream would top the list. I’ve already shared a delicious, 4-ingredient AND no-churn Nutella ice cream recipe on the blog (you should definitely make that too!), and as I was craving homemade ice cream, it seemed the perfect opportunity to whip up a quick batch of Oreo ice cream!

As the warmer weather is coming, this ice cream would be great to make and enjoy when it’s too hot to bake. The other bonus, the recipe only requires 4 ingredients to make!


Like all my no-churn ice cream recipes, this Oreo variation starts off with a vanilla base. Whisk together double cream and vanilla until soft peaks form. Then fold through a can of condensed milk, followed by crushed Oreo cookies. Simple. Easy. Delicious.

Spread the ice cream mixture out into a tin, cover and leave to freeze until firm. Patiently wait – this is definitely the hardest part!

Creamy with a sweet vanilla flavour and crushed Oreo chunks in every single mouthful, this ice cream will make a delicious treat anytime! It’s ridiculously delicious and SO easy to make! Grab the ingredients, head into your kitchen and go make this NOW!


Creamy, chocolatey and with chunks of cookies ‘n cream in each bite. This is definitely my BEST no-churn recipe to date! I’ll definitely be making it all summer long!

Ingredients –

500ml (approx. 2 cups) double cream (heavy cream), chilled 

1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract

1 x 397g (14oz) can sweetened condensed milk

18-20 Oreos, crushed + extra for decoration

Method –

1. Whisk the cream and vanilla until soft peaks form.

2. Add the condensed milk and fold until incorporated.

3. Fold in the crushed Oreos and mix to combine.

4. Spread the ice cream mixture out into a regular sized loaf tin or large airtight container. Scatter over a few extra Oreo crumbs and cover.

5. Freeze for at least 6 hours or until firm and scoop-able. Overnight for best results. Once ready to serve, scoop into waffle cones or bowls and enjoy!


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Speculoos Cookie Butter Ice Cream

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Strawberry Shortbread Ice Cream

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Enjoy the recipe everyone!


63 thoughts on “No-Churn Oreo Cookies ‘n’ Cream Ice Cream

  1. I already taste it your speculoos one (that I put in my blog today) and now, you came again with another fantastic and terrific ice-cream !!!??
    Well, I think I’m gonna taste it this one as well 😉

  2. And to think, i’ve been saying to the.boy all week that I want to make a cookies and cream ice cream…it’s like you’re reading my mind!

  3. Jess! How did you know that cookies and cream is my favorite ice cream flavor? Everything is better with Oreos…and now I need to go make a batch of this ice cream right now! 🙂

  4. this looks amazing! Love the Oreos studded throughout the ice cream and that’s it’s no churn 🙂

  5. Yes yes and more yes to this deliciousness! Cookies n Cream is one of my all time favorites (so is nutella so I’ll have to check that one out) and I love how its no churn! Definitely going to try this out!

  6. How I LOVE no-churn ice cream (since I still haven’t got round to buying an ice cream machine) it’s so simple, yet always delicious and I love this Oreo version, it looks delicious!

  7. Ooh, this looks wonderful! I love how you have no-machine ice cream recipes. I do now have an ice cream maker, but I didn’t used to, and I would’ve especially loved having all your recipes then! =)

  8. I love how this is a no churn recipe, I don’t have my own ice cream machine! I’ve never tried making my own ice cream before but it looks so easy! Loving how you added Oreos, one of my faves 🙂

  9. I used to use this simple technique when I just started making ice cream at home. Cream and condensed milk work great together, without adding any eggs and so on. So, there is my approval of this lovely recipe:) You’ve got really nice pictures too – It was difficult to restrain from licking the laptop’s monitor:)

  10. This looks amazing-can’t wait to try as I have a ‘proper’ ice cream machine, but the bit that needs freezing is too big for my freezer! Thanks for posting-beautiful photos x

  11. Delicious, Jess! My husband would flip for this; it’s one of his favorites! And it’s so simple to make! I think perhaps he could even make it! (hehe!) Summer is sooo about Ice Cream, right? Thank you for this, my dear!

  12. When I saw this pic on instagram I couldn’t believe my eyes. So it’s true! I have to make this ASAP, even though summer didn’t arrive yet here in Ireland.

  13. We love cookies-n-cream-ice-cream!!! and this was the first ice cream we made the “no churn” method . . I love that I can make ice cream with my stand mixer!

  14. You know I’ve been so FED UP trying to find a good ice cream machine here, God alone knows the crazy amount of money I’ve spent purchasing them that never delivered results! This no churn version is so refreshing and something I can make so easily at home! yum yum YUM!!!!!!!! NEED TO MAKE THIS STAT! ❤

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