what other ice cream would be good with this recipe?
For this recipe, we used vanilla ice cream, however, you could switch it up and use whatever ice cream you want.
This recipe is pretty rich, so you could definitely make it more chocolaty and rich, or keep it calm with the vanilla.
Here are a few other flavors that would be delicious:
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- Cookies and Cream (top it off with some extra Oreo’s and your tastebuds will be in heaven).
- Candy Bar Ice Cream (Kit Kat, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Snickers, Etc.).
- Rocky Road
- Brownies on the Moon
- Mint Chocolate Chip
- Raspberry Sorbet
Really any ice cream would be delicious with this recipe. You can’t really go wrong with any ice cream.
Related Recipe: Calling all chocolate lovers with this MISSISSIPPI MUD CAKE. It’s so easy to make and loaded with moist chocolate cake, gooey marshmallow and delicious chocolate frosting.
do i take out the Oreo middle when making the OReo crust?
For this recipe, we do not recommend taking out the Oreo middle when making the crust. We prefer to use a food processor to get it thoroughly combined (and it’s quick and easy). But the middle helps the crust stick a little better, so we recommend keeping it.
We also recommend not using double stuffed Oreo’s because sometimes it can make your crust a little too soft, and makes it difficult to set up.
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No Bake Mississippi Mud Ice Cream Cake Recipe
- 15 ounces Oreo cookies 1 package
- ½ cup butter melted
- ½ gallon vanilla ice cream
- 12 ounces fudge ice cream topping divided
- 1 cup whipped topping optional
- 2 cups chopped nuts optional
- 6 oreos crushed , optional to sprinkle on top
- This No Bake Mississippi Mud Pie Cream Pie is the perfect summer dessert. The best part is, you don't have to turn on your oven, and heat up your house. It's the perfect dessert to stay cool.
- Soften ice cream at room temperature for about 30-35 minutes. Spread ice cream onto the Oreo crust and 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.
- For this recipe, we do not recommend taking out the Oreo middle when making the crust. We prefer to use a food processor to get it thoroughly combined (and it’s quick and easy). But the middle helps the crust stick a little better, so we recommend keeping it.
- 9x13-inch Baking Pan