Oreo Ice Cream Delight

"This is so good - you have to try it! I'm not a big dessert person, but I always have room for this stuff!"
photo by DuChick photo by DuChick
photo by DuChick
photo by DuChick photo by DuChick
Ready In:




  • Crush enough oreos for a layer in a casserole dish.
  • Slice ice cream (1/2 inch) and layer over oreos.
  • Next spread a layer of fudge topping (spreads easier if it is a little warm).
  • Spread layer of cool whip.
  • Sprinkle more crushed oreos over the top.
  • Freeze for 15 minutes.
  • Serve and watch it dissappear!

Questions & Replies

default avatar
Got a question? Share it with the community!


  1. Laudee
    To: Kathleen Talbot My Lord, Girl, wherever did you come up with this recipe? This is Food for the Gods!!!! If there's any left after I get done sampling, I'll serve it to the family and company! They don't make enough stars to properly rate this winner!! Thanks a million for an easy, quick to fix, and super-delicious recipe. My hat's off to you. Laudee C. Colorado
  2. LouiseS
    This was a very quick and easy dessert. My whole family loved this!
  3. Elizabeth Fullerton
    My little girls loved it!
  4. DuChick
    10++ stars!! I made this for the chocolate lovers who don't care for apple or pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving. (I know...very UNtraditional.) Once all eyes were set upon this dessert, the pies were set aside! I used a square glass dish and cut way down on the calories by using Reduced-fat Oreos, sugar-free/fat-free vanilla ice cream and Cool Whip Free. It was so easy and fun to prepare. I'm thinking it would be even more wonderful set atop a layer of fudge brownie. I may even try using chocolate ice cream rather than vanilla. Heaven help us!! :)
  5. mck.fam
    This was a huge hit at the family beach trip! Very easy to make and it served a large crowd. Great recipe.


I'm originally from Seattle but now live in another beautiful town...San Francisco. I work as a casemanager for street kids who I find jobs for through a Christian organization. I also spent 5 years living in Germany and would love to go back and spend some more time in Europe. I have a pet Beagle named Lucy. I'm single, but I live with a family that has 5 kids, so I get the best of both worlds!
View Full Profile

Find More Recipes