End summer on a tasty note with our no bake Mississippi mud ice cream pie recipe. It might be a mouthful to say, but is one of the best no bake ice cream dessert recipes you have ever had.
My kids always ask for this dessert and devour it when I make it. So, don’t worry there won’t be any leftovers because everyone will love this recipe especially if you are bringing it to a potluck or family get together.
Plus this is a great recipe to make on those super hot summer days to help you cool down with a sweet dessert. Not to mention, since you don’t have to use the oven you won’t have to add to the heat just to make a tasty treat.
Ingredients Needed Our No Bake Mississippi Mud Ice Cream Pie:
- Oreo cookies
- Melted butter
- Vanilla ice cream
- Hot fudge ice cream topping
- Whipped topping
- Chopped nuts
- Crushed oreos
- Marachino cherries
How To Make Our No Bake Mississippi Mud Ice Cream Pie:
Begin by crushing the package of oreos with either a food processor, blender, or by hand.
Then mix the crushed oreos with the melted butter and press the oreo mixture into a 9×13 inch pan or 2 pie pans.
Allow the vanilla ice cream to soften at room temperature for about 30-35 minutes.
Once it is soft, spread the ice cream over top of the oreo crust and freeze the dish(es) for 2 hours.
The next step is to pour the warm fudge over top of the ice cream layer and pop the pan back in the freezer to let the fridge chill (we’ve found 6-8 hours works best to make sure it’s set up).
Now it is ready to go, so when you are ready to serve the mud pie just pull it from the freezer and top it with your favorite toppings!
To Make This Ice Cream Dessert Recipe You Will Need:
- 9×13 inch pan (THIS one works perfectly!)
- Small mixing bowl
- Microwave safe bowl
Switch Up The Flavors!
You can make this recipe as is, but you can also switch it up by changing the flavor of ice cream you use for this mud pie recipe and even with the toppings you use.
Here is a list of other ice cream flavors you can use:
- Mint Chocolate Chip
- Cookie Dough
- Moose Tracks
- Cookies and Cream
- Cake Batter
- Rocky Road
- Salted Caramel
Make Your Own Ice Cream
There is nothing wrong with buying your favorite ice cream to use for this recipe, but you can also make your own from scratch and use it for this recipe too!
Here is a great recipe by Barefeet In the Kitchen for the Best and Easiest Ice Cream that you can make for this ice cream dessert.
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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 hot fudge ice cream topping divided
- 1 cup whipped topping optional topping
- 2 cups chopped nuts optional topping
- 6 oreos crushed, optional topping
- maraschino cherries optional topping
- Crush the package of Oreo's (with a blender, food processor, or by hand) and mix with melted butter. Press into 9×13" cake pan or 2 pie pans.
- 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 middles of the cookie help the crust stick a little better, so we recommend keeping it.
- 9×13-inch Baking Pan
- Small Mixing Bowl
- Microwave Safe Bowl
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