Oreo Ice Cream Pie makes a decadent and refreshing treat! It’s super easy and a brilliant make-it-ahead dessert + you don’t even need an ice cream machine to make it!
TGIF! It’s finally Friday! The weekend is just around the corner and I’m heading off on summer holidays in just a few days! I’m super excited to share with you all my latest creation! The Oreo Ice Cream Pie.
I’ve had lots of readers tell me how much they’ve enjoyed the ice cream recipes I’ve been sharing and particularly my no-churn Oreo ice cream. So as you guys liked that recipe so much, I thought I would take that ice cream recipe and transform it to a new level of deliciousness!
Buttery Oreo cookie crust, topped with no-churn Oreo ice cream and then frozen. What could bet better then an ice cream pie loaded with Oreos? I’m sitting here writing this blog post whilst devouring a slice of this frozen delight. Trust this, I’m in total Oreo heaven. I polished off a good two slices as soon as it left the freezer – but who can blame me when you make something that tastes this good!
Me and my sister Becky made this pie ready for a family members birthday earlier in the week. I wanted to make something different to the usual cake. Birthday cake is ok, but for me it gets a tad bit boring and predictable and I wanted the bake to have the wow factor. So I remembered this seriously good no-churn Oreo cookies ‘n cream ice cream I made a few months ago – it’s was creamy, decadent and exploding with cookies ‘n cream in each bite! A definite favourite and I knew it was the perfect base for something even more special!
It really is so simple to make, start by mixing together crushed Oreos with melted butter and press into a cheesecake tin. For the filling I just followed my own recipe for Oreo ice cream using the magic no-churn method. 4 ingredients, a little bit of whisking and folding and you’re there! Spread over the base and freeze. The next day, decorate with even more Oreo goodness, whipped cream and then slice up and enjoy!
If you read the blog regularly, then you’ll will have seen how much I LOVE Oreos?! One of my most popular recipes is this divine No-Bake Oreo Cookies ‘n Cream Chocolate Tart. If you’re an Oreo lover then you’ve gotta make that recipe soon too!
This ice cream pie is not only the perfect dessert for a birthday party but it is amazing to make and serve up when it’s too warm to turn on the oven – as I experienced this past week. We’re currently going through a heatwave here in England and it’s been way too hot for my liking! Wednesday was the hottest day in July ever on record, so this pie was great to cool down with. Also, a note to myself, do not photograph frozen bakes in humid 35 degree heat. It’s not a good idea, but the bonus is you get the devour yet another slice of ice cream pie!
Oreo Crust –
18-20 Oreos or other chocolate cookies
75g (5tbsp) butter, melted
Oreo Ice Cream –
500ml (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
- Oreos – I used double stuf
- Whipped cream
- Chocolate fudge sauce
1. 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 into the tin and press down until firm. Place in the refrigerator whilst you make the filling.
2. To make the ice cream: Whisk the cream and vanilla until soft peaks form. Fold through the condensed milk, followed by the crushed Oreos and mix to combine. Pour the mixture into the tin. Cover the top and leave to freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight. *Overnight is recommended for best results.
3. 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 whipped cream and Oreos.
What Jessica Baked Next original recipe.
Now for a summer break for 2 weeks! I have one more recipe scheduled for sometime next week and then I’ll be back with more treats very soon! Have a great weekend everyone! 😀
79 thoughts on “Oreo Ice Cream Pie”
Oh you had me at oreos, Jess! This ice cream cake looks delicious! I love how pretty this looks!
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?
Thanks Ben! Glad you like it! 😀
A bit slice of this would go down so well at the moment. I have never had ice cream cake before, but it is so hot today. Great recipe Jess!
Thanks Dannii! It’s the perfect dessert to survive in this heatwave…:D
Such a beautiful pie, love it! Need a slice right now!
Thank you Mira!
Wonderful pie for the Fourth of July…cool, creamy and who doesn’t love an oreo, or two? Happy Holidays!
Thanks Teresa! Yes – it definitely makes a great dessert for any occasion! 😀
Yum! You can’t go wrong with oreos and this is the perfect cold treat for a hot summery day 🙂
Thanks Medha! 😀
Oh goodie! What a yummy and delicious ice-cream pie! loving everything here! A perfect summer treat! 🙂
Thanks Anu! 😀
Looks delicious and perfect for summer! Love Oreos in any type of dessert!
Thanks Jenna! Any Oreo dessert is pretty much my favourite! 😀
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!
Haha – glad you like it Manali!
OH. MY. HEAVENS. This looks amazing!! I LOOOOVE Oreo anything. So going to try this. Looks perfect for summer!
Thanks so much Erin! 😀
This looks good enough to sell in a restaurant! I would love a slice – or two!
Thanks Eva! 😀
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.
Thanks Erin – you’re so right, you could add any of your favourite Oreos. Golden Oreos would be amazing in this too! Happy Weekend! 😀
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♡
Thanks so much Cheyanne! Glad you like it! 😀
That ice cream pie looks super awesome, Jess! And I love the Oreo’s through-out!! I’ll take a huge slice, pinned! 🙂
Thanks so much Christina!
This has all of my favorite things in it. I love this!!
Thanks Cathleen – glad you like it!
This is my kinda pie! Yum!
Jess – this looks absolutely delicious and decadent…..would love to indulge in a slice or two of this fabulous oreo pie!
Thanks so much Allie! 😀
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!
Thanks Nagi – you really should! 😀
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! 🙂
Thanks so much David! 😀
ahhhh!! This looks so good!! YUM and perf for summer! LOVE it! 🙂
Wow, this looks so good! I’m in love with no-churn ice creams at the moment and your oreo one is just begging to be made!
Thanks Jasline! 😀
Jess, it is winter here and I have the heater on, and I still want to dive right in and try this ice cream! It looks amazing 🙂
Thanks so much Tandy! 😀
I believe you when you said that this recipe is a new level of deliciousness! It sounds like been in paradise ! So good !
Thank you Eva! 😀 x
Have so much fun on your vacation!! True, the only thing better than oreo ice cream is oreo ice cream PIE. Because, CRUST.
Thanks Joanne – we had a fab time! 😀 Glad you like the recipe! x
Have a great time during your summer holiday, thanks for leaving us with this ice cream I think it could work very well for a birthday party too
Thanks so much Emanuele! 😀
YUM! I love pies like this, so refreshing and perfect for summer 🙂
Oh, wow! So delicious!
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!
Thanks Harriet Emily! 😀
Jess, you definitely nailed the wow factor here! I would love to have some of this Oreo Ice Cream Pie! Enjoy your holiday!
Oreos + Ice Cream + Pie = pure bliss!!
Thanks Zainab! 😀
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!!
Thanks Sam! Glad you like it! 😀 x
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!
Oreos are definitely one of my guilty pleasures – way too addictive! 😀
This looks so delicious! Even though it’s time intensive, I think I could do it.
Thanks Dani! It really doesn’t take any time to make – it’s only waiting for the pie to freeze! You would definitely love it! 😀
I love oreo everything! I also create various different recipes on my blog such as strawberry ice cream and a starbucks cotton candy frappucino!
Thanks! Oreos are one of my favourite biscuits – love your different flavour ideas! YUM! 😀
Me too! Thank you 😋
Definitely making this soon! It looks amazing, Jess!
Thanks so much Shiran! I hope you enjoy the recipe! x
omg I’m drooling!
Thanks Ema – it was delicious! 😀
This looks fantastic!! I’ll have to try this out… I love oreos!
You definitely should – it’s the perfect recipe for all oreo lovers! 😀
Please to make the base of the pie and ice cream uses the filling of the Oreo?
Hi Julia! Yes – the base and the ice cream both require to use all the Oreo cookie (cookie and filling). Hope that helps and enjoy the recipe!
Yum! I know it’s only 8 am, but I could definitely go for these right now!
Haha – Oreo pie for breakfast is definitely a great idea! 😀