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Oreo Ice Cream Pie

Oreo cookies take centre stage in this decadent ice cream pie. A crumbly Oreo cookie base with a layer of vanilla Oreo ice cream.

I’m taking a step back in time and revisiting an older blog recipe from 2015 with some brand new photos. My Oreo Ice Cream Pie is a sweet and refreshing summer dessert recipe.

I’m willing the sun and summer weather to come back with this recipe. As I write this blog post, it’s been pouring down outside and doesn’t feel like July. I have this ice cream ready for a sunny day, hopefully not too far away!

This amazing pie starts with an Oreo cookie base. Made with 2 packs/28 Oreo’s in total, mixed with 75g of melted butter. Give these ingredients a quick mix together, then press onto the base of a 23-inch/9-inch cake tin. I use a spring form tin, but a pie dish is also a good choice.

For the no-churn ice cream, take some double cream (make sure it’s nice and chilled so it whips well), grab a can of sweetened condensed milk, followed by some vanilla extract.

Firstly, whip the cream until stiff peaks start to form, pour in your tin of condensed milk, along with the vanilla, continue whisking until the mixture has thickened again. The final step is folding in another pack and a half of crushed Oreo’s, then spreading the mix on top of the cookie base.

Cover and pop in the freezer overnight. Decoration is totally up to you. I whipped the remaining 100ml of cream I had leftover and piped that on top of the pie and sprinkled over extra crushed Oreo’s.

When ready to serve, allow the ice cream pie to sit at room temperature for about 10 minutes before slicing. This gives the ice cream a chance to soften slightly and you get to enjoy the creaminess of this pie!

It lasts in the freezer for up to 3 months, so you have a slice of ice cream pie whenever you want!


Oreo Ice Cream Pie

Oreo cookies take centre stage in this decadent ice cream pie. A crumbly Oreo cookie base with a layer of vanilla Oreo ice cream.
Prep Time 8 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 1 day 30 minutes
Servings 12
Author What Jessica Baked Next


Oreo Base:

  • 28 Oreo's (this is 2 x standard packets)
  • 75 g butter (salted or unsalted) melted and cooled slightly

Oreo Ice Cream:

  • 500 ml double cream chilled
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 397 g can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 and 1/2 packs Oreo cookies (this is 21 Oreo's) use the remaining Oreo's to decorate


  • To make the crust: Crush the Oreo cookies in a food processor. Add the melted butter and mix through to combine. Scatter the cookie mixture intoa 23cm / 9-inch springform tin or pie dish, and press down until compact. Place in the fridge while you make the filling.
  • To make the ice cream: Whisk the cream and vanilla until soft peaks form. Fold through the condensed milk, followed by the crushed Oreo's and mix to combine. Transfer the mixture into the tin. Cover the top and leave to freeze for at least 8 hours, or overnight for best results.
  • To decorate: Once the ice cream pie is set, allow it sit outside the freezer for about 10 minutes to soften slightly. Now carefully remove from the tin - if you’re having trouble removing it from the tin, it’s helpful to dip a knife into hot water, wipe and then run around the sides to release more easily. Finish by decorating with swirls of extra whipped cream and Oreo's, if desired.
  • The pie will keep in the freezer for up to 3 months.

More ice cream treats!

White Chocolate Ice Cream (Easy Three Ingredient Recipe)

No-Churn Oreo Ice Cream

Speculoos Cookie Butter Ice Cream

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79 thoughts on “Oreo Ice Cream Pie

  1. Do you know what could be better than a scoop of ice cream? Right – a large piece of ice cream pie! Well done, Jess! If by any chance during your vacation you are around Toronto, could you drop one for me, please?

  2. Yum! You can’t go wrong with oreos and this is the perfect cold treat for a hot summery day 🙂

  3. Oh goodie! What a yummy and delicious ice-cream pie! loving everything here! A perfect summer treat! 🙂

  4. looks divine! feel like eating the whole pie all by myself, I wish we had the technology to take food straight out of the screen,haha I would have totally done that! Love it!

  5. Jess – Have a wonderful time this weekend! I want to make this pie. 🙂 It really can be adjusted to a person’s taste preference too because their are so many different kinds of Oreos.

  6. Holy wow!! This Oreo ice cream pie has my hubs name written allllll over it!! (It would have mine if I could eat chocolate!!!) This pie looks seriously delicious and SO perfect for all this hot weather! Love that it is easy (as pie) to make, yet looks elegant! Thanks fo sharing and hope you enjoy your holiday vacay!! Cheers♡

  7. Right, that does it! THIS is the recipe that is making me try this no churn ice cream that I keep seeing everywhere! I MUST try it, I’m just amazed that you made THIS without an ice cream maker!

  8. Oh yes, this recipe is right up my alley, Jess! Oreo ice cream has long been my favorite kind…and now you turned it into a pie. Sign me up for a slice! Nah, forget that, sign me up for a whole pie! 🙂

  9. I believe you when you said that this recipe is a new level of deliciousness! It sounds like been in paradise ! So good !

  10. Have so much fun on your vacation!! True, the only thing better than oreo ice cream is oreo ice cream PIE. Because, CRUST.

  11. This oreo ice cream pie looks perfect! Nothing beats oreos and ice-cream. They’re such a blissful combo. What a delicious summer recipe – I love it!

  12. I saw these photos on instagram and was so excited to see this recipe on your blog! This looks amazing, absolutely my type of dessert!! Pinned!!

  13. I’ve always had a secret crush on Oreos. I can’t even remember the last time I had one but I think I might just have to hide a box in my shopping cart so I can make this. It looks so good!

  14. Hello Jess,
    Please to make the base of the pie and ice cream uses the filling of the Oreo?
    Sincerely, Julia

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