It’s easier than you think to make your own ice cream cake. This Homemade Oreo Fudge Cookie Dough Ice Cream Cake is seriously the best ice cream cake I’ve ever eaten!
This is such an easy recipe for an impressive dessert that will wow any ice cream lover! I made this for my husband’s birthday a couple weeks ago. He was hinting that an ice cream cake sounded good, and I wanted to make it extra special by making my own. Best decision ever! It seriously took just minutes to put together and it tasted amazing
I don’t know about you, but my favorite part about ice cream cake is the fudge cookie crumble in the middle. It is super simple to make, too! Just crush some Oreos and stir them into hot fudge. That’s all folks! It’s so incredibly delicious and really makes the cake something special.
This is such a versatile recipe, too. You can make it with any combination of ice cream flavors to customize it to your liking. Chocolate peanut butter? Fudge mint? Hmmm, I think I need to make another one!
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Homemade Oreo Fudge Cookie Dough Ice Cream Cake
|Prep time||15 minutes|
- 10 Ice cream sandwiches
- 3/4 bags Oreos (crushed)
- 1 jar hot fudge (warmed, reserving 1/4 cup for topping)
- 1/2 carton cookie dough ice cream (1/2 gallon size)
- 4oz Cool Whip (or whipped cream)
- sprinkles (optional)
- chocolate chips (optional)
|Line the bottom of a 10" spring form pan with wax paper. Unwrap ice cream sandwiches and lay them in the bottom of the pan in a single layer. You will need to break some to make them fit.|
|Stir together the crushed Oreos and warmed hot fudge (reserving 1/4 cup for topping) and spread it over the ice cream sandwich layer.|
|Spread softened cookie dough ice cream on top of the fudge layer. Top with Cool Whip, sprinkles, chocolate chips, and reserved hot fudge, if desired. Freeze until ready to serve.|
|Remove sides of the pan and carefully peel off the wax paper and set the cake on a stand or serving plate. Run a sharp knife under hot water to slice. Freeze leftovers.|