Oreo Ice Cream Cake

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Indulge in the sweet and creamy delight of Oreo Ice Cream Cake, a scrumptious dessert that combines the beloved flavors of Oreos, ice cream, fudge, and whipped topping. This no-bake treat is perfect for special occasions or a refreshing summer delight.

Why Make This Recipe

If you’re a fan of Oreos and ice cream, this recipe is a dream come true. With layers of crunchy Oreo crust, creamy ice cream, gooey fudge, and fluffy whipped topping, this ice cream cake offers a mouthwatering combination of textures and flavors.

How to Make Oreo Ice Cream Cake


  • 1 package of Oreos, crushed (see notes)
  • 1/4 cup butter, melted
  • 1/2 gallon cookies and cream ice cream, softened
  • 16 oz jar of hot fudge, warmed
  • 8 oz carton of whipped topping, thawed


  1. Prepare the Oreo Crust:
  • Crush the Oreos and mix them with melted butter. Press the mixture into a pan to form the crust.
  1. Add the Ice Cream Layer:
  • Soften the ice cream and spread it over the Oreo crust. Freeze until firm.
  1. Add the Hot Fudge Layer:
  • Warm the hot fudge and drizzle it over the ice cream layer. Freeze again.
  1. Add the Whipped Topping and Oreo Crumbles:
  • Spread the whipped topping over the fudge layer and sprinkle with reserved Oreo crumbs.
  1. Final Freeze:
  • Freeze the cake until firm. Let it sit at room temperature before serving.

How to Serve Oreo Ice Cream Cake

Serve the Oreo Ice Cream Cake chilled. Cut into squares or slices using a sharp knife. Enjoy the creamy, crunchy, and chocolaty layers in every bite.

How to Store Oreo Ice Cream Cake

Store the cake in the freezer, covered with plastic wrap or aluminum foil. It can be kept for up to a week for optimal freshness.

Tips to Make Oreo Ice Cream Cake

  • Use high-quality ingredients for the best flavor.
  • Ensure the ice cream is softened but not melted for easy spreading.
  • Press the layers firmly to avoid air pockets and ensure a solid cake structure.


For a twist on the classic recipe, try using different flavors of ice cream, such as mint chocolate chip or vanilla. You can also add chopped nuts or caramel sauce for extra indulgence.


  1. Can I use a different type of cookie for the crust?

    • Yes, you can use any chocolate sandwich cookie or graham crackers for the crust.
  2. Can I add extra toppings to the cake?

    • Absolutely! Get creative with sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, or caramel drizzle on top.
  3. How far in advance can I make this ice cream cake?

    • You can make the cake up to a week in advance and store it in the freezer until ready to serve.

Enjoy the simple pleasure of Oreo Ice Cream Cake, a delightful dessert that’s sure to be a hit with friends and family.

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