Dessert, Ice Cream, Ice Cream, No Bake, Pie, Recipes

{No Bake} Mississippi Mud Ice Cream Pie

Print Friendly

Oh. My. Goodness.  It is so hot at my house!!  My little swamp cooler is just not cutting it today and so I refuse to use my oven.  This is the ice cream mud pie I made for dessert tonight.
No Bake Mississippi Mud Ice Cream Pie

1 (15 oz) package of Oreo’s
1/2 cup margarine (or butter), melted
1 (12 oz) container fudge ice cream topping (I used hot fudge)
1/2 gallon vanilla ice cream
2 cups nuts, chopped (optional)
Whipped topping
Crushed Oreos to sprinkle on top


Crush the package of Oreo’s and mix with melted margarine. Press into 9×13″ cake pan or 2 pie pans. Soften ice cream at room temperature for about 30-35 minutes. Spread onto the Oreo crust. Freeze for 2 hours. Pour warm fudge topping over ice cream. Freeze until well chilled (I usually freeze it for about 6-8 hours to make sure that it is set up). Cut into serving-size pieces. Top individual pieces with whipped topping, nuts, drizzled hot fudge, and crushed oreos.

Looking for more delicious recipes with ice cream? Check out some of these:
Easy Cookies n Cream Ice Cream Cake Recipe
Fried Ice Cream Without the Fried
Oreo Chocolate Nummy Mess
Homemade Caramel Snickerdoodle Ice Cream
Peppermint Crunch Ice Cream Pie

Tidy Mom

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


  1. says

    My mother has been making this dessert this summer. When she first got the recipe she was describing it to me and said, ‘I wonder if you can substitute something less fattening for the chocolate and butter…’ I died laughing! I mean with a recipe like this, I don’t think the butter and chocolate are the only problem. I’m glad she got passed it though because this is sooooo good!!!

  2. says

    I hope things cool down a bit there soon, but in the meantime, it’s good to know that you’re finding creative and scrumptious ways to deal with the heat! Thank you so much for sharing this delectable recipe on “A Little Birdie Told Me…” Tuesday at Rook No. 17!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

three + = 11