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Easy Oreo Mint Chip Ice Cream Cake

Posted By Bakerella On March 10, 2014 @ 12:52 am In Cakes,Chocolate,Desserts,St. Patrick's Day | 51 Comments

Oreo Mint Chip Ice Cream Cake [1]

I love the idea of serving ice cream in fun ways. And this one is just that.

A fun and easy no-bake mint chip ice cream cake!

Yes and yum!

Mint Oreos [2]

And it doesn’t hurt that it’s stuffed with mint Oreo cookies either.

They’re in the crust, in the “cake” and on top too.

Want to make one?

Chopped Oreos [3]

Okay good! First chop up some of the cookies for the crust.

Making Ice Cream Cake [4]

Mix the crumbs with melted butter and then press into the bottom of a 7-inch springform pan. But first cover the bottom section of the pan with plastic wrap before securing the ring on top. It will make it easier to transfer the cake to a plate when you’re ready to serve.

Mint Chip Ice Cream [5]

Time for the ice cream. You can use your favorite flavor. I’m going with mint chip today.

It’s not my fave…my first choice would be chocolate of course… but it’s a fun flavor for St. Patrick’s Day.

Ice cream layer [6]

Spread a layer of ice cream on top of the cookie crust base.

Oreo Layer [7]

Add in some oreos and then layer on more ice cream almost to the top edge of the pan.

Then layer on some whipped topping and place in the freezer for at least three hours.

Note: Next time I would break all the cookies into pieces to make the cake easier to cut.

Oreo Mint Chip Ice Cream Cake [8]

When you are ready to serve, unclasp the springform ring to slide it off from around the cake.

Then just separate the plastic wrap from the base to serve.

Oreo Mint Chip Ice Cream Cake [9]

Add some more oreos on top and you are ready to go.

Oreo Mint Chip Ice Cream Cake Slice [10]

Just slice…

Oreo Mint Chip Ice Cream Cake Slice [11]

And bite! Easy as pie… I mean ice cream cake!

Easy Oreo Mint Chip Ice Cream Cake

Servings: 1 7-inch ice cream cake

Ingredients

  • 30 Mint Oreos (1 package)
  • 2 Tbsp butter, melted
  • Plastic Wrap
  • 7-inch Springform Pan
  • 1.5 quart container Mint Chip Ice Cream, softened
  • 8 oz. container Cool Whip Topping, thawed

Instructions

  1. Crush 16 cookies in a food processor. Add melted butter and combine.
  2. Cover bottom section of springform pan with plastic wrap and secure ring in place.
  3. Press cookie crumbs into the bottom of prepared pan. Use the bottom of a glass to press the crumbs firmly in place.
  4. Chill pan in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  5. Remove and spread a layer of mint chip ice cream over the cookie base. Break seven Oreos into small pieces and place on top. Then layer more ice cream almost to the top edge of the pan. You'll have a little bit left over that you can enjoy straight from the box.
  6. Spread on a layer of whipped topping and place in the freezer for 3 hours. It helps to place your cake and serving plates in the freezer as well to keep the cake cold longer once you remove from the freezer.
  7. When ready to serve, unclasp the ring to remove it from the cake. Separate plastic wrap from bottom of cake and place on serving plate. Top with remaining 7 oreos. Cut into slices and serve right away. You can run a knife under hot water and wipe it dry to cut through the cake easily.
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Enjoy!


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