Ice Cream And Cake Go Together Like Simon And Garfunkel In this Yummy Recipe

You can make this Oreo ice cream cake for any rhyme or reason. Whether it be a birthday party or a family gathering, there aren’t going to be any complaints! Just make sure you have the recipe at hand – there are going to be a lot of people begging you for it!


Check out what my friends over at Over The Big Moon had to say about this dessert:


If you’ve never tried to make a homemade ice cream cake, then you need to change that now!  Today I’m sharing with you my moms famous Gooey Oreo Ice Cream Cake!  A lot of the recipes you’ll find out there, don’t include the GOOEY layer and it honestly makes the cake!


Gooey hot fudge and caramel? Crunchy cookies? Yes, please!




1 Package of Oreo Cookies

1 Boxed Oreo Ice Cream

1 Bottle of Hot Fudge

1 Bottle of Caramel

1 Carton of Cool Whip

1 Cube of Butter


Melt the cube of butter.

Using a food process or by hand, take the package of Oreo Cookies and crush them. Set aside 1/4 cup of the crushed Oreo’s to be used as a topping later on.

Combine and melted butter with the Oreo Cookies and push them into the bottom of a greased 9×13 glass pan to create a crust layer.

Remove the outside of the boxed Oreo Ice Cream and cut it into 6 pieces. Create a layer of ice cream on top of the Oreo crust. Use your (clean) fingers to push the push the ice cream into all the crevices and around the edges.

Using a spoon, spread the Hot Fudge layer on top of the ice cream. Then drizzle the caramel on top of the Hot Fudge layer!

Next, take the Cool Whip and layer it on top!

Lastly, sprinkle the left over Oreo Cookies on the top. Freeze at least 3-4 hours before serving.






Quick Tip: Use a knife warmed by hot water to slice into this frozen cake.

Thank you to Over The Big Moon for this great recipe.

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