Oreo Mint Chocolate Chip Freeze

Victoria Whitfield Recipe

By Victoria Whitfield ILove2Bake2006

1 Hr
No-Cook or Other

This is one of my favorites that my mother used to make for us as a child. I am grown and still love making it for my Hubby :) Try it once and there's no turning back!!

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Oh my! This is so good, I just can't stop eating it! The perfect treat for a special party or on a warm summer afternoon.


oreo cookies
1/3 c
butter, softened
1/2 gal
mint chocolate chip ice cream
1 small
jar fudge topping
1 pkg
cool whip

Directions Step-By-Step

Mix cookies and butter together and pat into Glass baking pan 9 x 12 inch. Spread 1/2 gal. ice cream on cookie mixture.
Spread with fudge topping then Cool Whip. Sprinkle 2 crushed Oreo's on whipped cream.
Freeze 2 hours.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: American
Collection: Summer Desserts!
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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Jan 27, 2012 - Victoria Whitfield shared a photo of this recipe. View photo
Christina Vasquez mendozavasquez
Jan 28, 2012
This sounds like my son and I are going to love this. Thank you for sharingツ
Kitchen Crew JustaPinch
Apr 25, 2012
Janet awarded this recipe a Blue Ribbon!

Oh my! This is so good, I just can't stop eating it! The perfect treat for a special party or on a warm summer afternoon.
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Christina Webber Christina531
May 1, 2012
MY mom used to make something similar to this. We used every kind of ice cream. She called it Oreo freak out .This sure brings back memories. Thanks
Anne Harrell 4myfamilyof5
May 12, 2012
I make something like this but we call it Oreo Cookie Delight. the only differance is I back the cookies (mixed with butter) to make a crust then I use vanilla ice cream, will have to try it with the mint we all like that :-) Thanks for the idea.
Turria Duenas Turria
May 12, 2012
I am assuming that you crush the oreo cookies, before mixing with the butter?. Figured, but just wanted to be sure. This sounds awesome. Having a BBQ next weekend and this sounds like the ultimate dessert. Thanks for posting.
Maria Schuerman craftybpmom
May 13, 2012
We made this all the time at home. We called it ice cream cake. We press the Oreo cookie crumb/butter mixture into the pan for the crust. Any ice cream works. We also used a graham cracker crust and caramel topping with a vanilla or butter pecan ice cream.
Virginia LeTourneau MorMor50
May 14, 2012
If you're a strawberry fan (my DIL is) layer golden Oreo crumbs, strawberry ice cream, crushed strawberries or thawed frozen, then top with Cool Whip. I've found that the cream filling is enough to "hold" the crumb crust together...no need for butter. Regular Oreos also go great with coffee ice cream, too.
Anne Harrell 4myfamilyof5
May 14, 2012
Turria Duenas - yes you crush the cookies :-) I just put them in a gallon size zip lock and use my rolling pin to hit the cookies :-)
Victoria Whitfield ILove2Bake2006
May 14, 2012
Thanks everyone for all of your comments!! I recieved the Blue Ribbon in the mail the other day and it put a smile on my face :) This reciepe is really good and I encourage everyone to try it!!
Karen Birdwell kmbird
May 15, 2012
How much more awesome would this be with Girl Scout Thin Mints?
Deb Piva DIP
May 15, 2012
this is a must try :O) it sounds like a BLUE RIBBON TO ME!
Sally Walton whoever
May 15, 2012
I make it at Christmas using peppermint ice cream...makes a pretty holiday dessert.
May 15, 2012 - Scott Hayes shared this recipe with discussion group: The Single Dad's Recipe Page