Quick Ice Cream Pie

IMG_4312Ever forgot you needed to bring dessert to an event or party? Don’t have a lot of time? Our Ice Cream Pie is the perfect solution to this dilemma.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 1 package of oreosIMG_4269
  • 1 tub of mint chocolate chip ice cream
  • 1 tub of cookies and cream ice cream
  • 1 bottle of chocolate topping (not hot fudge – its too thick to spread around)
  • 1/4 cup of butter

Before you make the crust pull the ice cream out of the freezer, you’ll want it to be thawed. It makes it easier to spread.

Take 25 oreos and place them in a food processor. No need to scrape the filling out, just throw them in whole. Mix until there aren’t any chunks. Empty the cookie crumbs into a round pie tin or pan.

Next take that 1/4 cup of butter and let it melt on the stove on low heat. After its melted pour over the cookie mixture in the pie pan. Using a fork mix the cookie and butter and break up any chunks that may be left behind. Now using a spoon press the cookies up and around the pie tin so that it creates the crust. Try and make it as even as possible. After we take a piece of plastic wrap and put it around our hand and use our hand to flatten and spread to make it even and really press it down. After place in freezer to harden.

Remove pie crust and add your first layer of ice cream, we usually use mint chocolate chip first. We use about 1/2 tub of ice cream for each layer. After the ice cream has been spread take the chocolate syrup and place enough to make a light layer over the ice cream. Place back in the freezer.

After about 20 minutes remove and place your final layer of ice cream. The top layer you might use a bit more than half a tub of ice cream. After you have the layer take your chocolate syrup and drizzle some kind of design over the top. Place back in the freezer until you’re ready to serve. Check out the quick how to video below!


Easy Ice Cream Pie

 

 

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