Easiest Ice Cream Cake Recipe

Serves 8-10

This is it! The one and only ice cream cake recipe you will EVER need! Seriously, if I’m being 100% honest, I love ice cream cake but I am not a fan of any store bought ice cream cake. I truly think homemade is the way to go. This is the perfect summer treat and I also love it at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Just in time for the weekend. I want to see/hear what you design for your cake. I think it will take you less time than ordering and picking up a store bought cake and guests will think you are a miracle worker 🎉

Here’s what you will need:

Oreo cookie crumbs

Salted butter (1/4 cup)

Choice of ice cream (full container)

Choice of chocolate (we chose Reese’s peanut butter cup) 4 packs chopped

Chocolate syrup

6 inch springform pan


Take 1 1/4 cups of Oreo cookie crumbs and put them in a bowl

Melt 1/4 cup of salted butter in microwave (about 20 seconds)

Pour butter over the cookie crumbs and stir until fully mixed

Spoon Oreo cookie crumb mix into the bottom of the springform pan and press firmly to pack it down.

Next add some chocolate and ice cream in layers. You can add chocolate sauce in the layers too.

Let freeze for minimum 4 hours or overnight.

It’s that easy. Cut into 8-10 pieces and serve

We LOVE to experiment with different ice cream and chocolates and two bite brownies and cookie pieces. The best thing is you could change it up every time so it always something new.

You can also make it in a pie pan if you don’t have a springform pan 🙂

Check out this two bite brownie with skor ice cream. Delish. I’d love you to share your creations. Email me at kimtessier@ktinspiredhome.com or visit me on social @ktinspiredhome

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