An easy 5-ingredient Oreo Ice Cream Pie that’s loaded with crushed Oreos, chopped pecans and plenty of chocolate syrup to satisfy any sweet tooth and cool you off all summer long.

Oreo Ice Cream Pie

I seriously can’t believe I’m just now sharing this recipe with y’all! I’ve been eating this Oreo Ice Cream Pie on every single one of my birthdays since I was a toddler. No joke! My mom or Brandon still to this day insures that I get my Oreo Pie every year on or near my birthday. It wouldn’t be my birthday without one.

Oreo Ice Cream Pie

Even though my birthday is in November and the weather is usually cooler, this ice cream pie is my absolute favorite. I love getting to eat a huge slice of pie that’s made of ice cream, Oreos, pecans and chocolate syrup and then getting to finish off any leftovers in the days that follow. Mmmm! Mmmm!

Oreo Ice Cream Pie

It’s the perfect summer dessert too. There’s no baking required and you can have it prepped and ready for the freezer in just about 15 minutes. It’ll cool everyone off and satisfy every sweet tooth.

Oreo Ice Cream Pie

The crust of the pie is a layer of crushed Oreos that have been mixed together with whipped topping. Then comes a layer of vanilla ice cream followed by a generous drizzle of chocolate syrup and sprinkling of chopped pecans. And you’ll just repeat all of those yummy layers one more time in a springform pan like this one or this one  to complete the pie before placing it in the freezer for at least 3 hours.

Oreo Ice Cream Pie

It’s almost too easy to believe and too darn yummy to be true.

Oreo Ice Cream Pie

Simple and irresistible. Everyone always raves about it and begs for another slice.

Oreo Ice Cream Pie

You’ve gotta make this Oreo ice cream pie sometime this summer or for any celebration for that matter. You’ll have so much fun making it and even more fun diving into the yumminess with your loved ones. Enjoy!


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Oreo Ice Cream Pie

  • Author: Maegan - The BakerMama
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 3 hours
  • Total Time: 3 hours 15 mins
  • Yield: 10-12 1x
  • Category: Dessert


This easy 5-ingredient ice cream pie is loaded with crushed Oreos, chopped pecans and plenty of chocolate syrup to sanctify any sweet tooth and cool you off all summer long.


  • 1 (14.3 ounce) package Oreo cookies, crushed
  • 1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 1/2 gallon vanilla ice cream, softened
  • 1/2 cup chocolate syrup
  • 1/2 cup chopped pecans


  1. Spray an 8 or 9-inch spring-form pan with non-stick cooking spray and set aside.
  2. Reserve 1/4 cup of the crushed Oreos for garnishing the top of the pie. Stir the remaining crushed Oreos together with the thawed whipped topping until well combined.
  3. Press half of the Oreo mixture evenly into the bottom of the spring-form pan. Spread half of the ice cream over the Oreo layer. Drizzle with 1/4 cup chocolate syrup and sprinkle with 1/4 cup chopped pecans. Repeat layers again with remaining ingredients. Sprinkle the reserved crushed Oreos over the top of the pie.
  4. Cover the pie with plastic wrap or foil and place in the freezer for at least 3 hours. Let the pie set out of the freezer for about 10 minutes before slicing and serving.


Oreo Ice Cream Pie

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  1. OH. MY. HEAVENS. This looks amazing! I love Oreo anything and I’m pretty sure I could eat this whole entire ice cream pie by myself. YUM!

  2. This looks so yummy…My husband can’t have chocolate so I’m thinking about doing this with the vanilla oreo cookies and strawberry ice cream.

  3. Wondering if you could use a regular round pan with this too? Or a disposable round pan? This looks yummy!!! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Cynthia! You certainly can. I would recommend lining it with plastic wrap or foil so you can lift it out if you want to slice and serve on a platter. Otherwise, just slice it right out of the pan. Enjoy!

  4. How do you crush the oreos? Food processor? About how big should the crumbs be? Totally fine or with some chunks left in?

    1. Hi Lorrie! Great question! I just put them in a large resealable baggie and crush them with the back of a wooden spoon. Mostly fine crumbs, with some little chunks as well. Hope this helps! Enjoy!

  5. Do you remove the cream filling/frosting from the Oreos before you crush them? I’m going to make a peppermint ice cream pie for Thanksgiving dinner, and your chocolate crust looks perfect. I also plan to try making your delicious looking Oreo pie sometime soon!

  6. Hi Maegan-
    Thanks! Who would want to waste that frosting?? I’m sure it will only make the crust more delicious! Have a wonderful holiday season.

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    1. Hi Vanessa! It’s similar to whipped cream. The brand I use is Cool Whip here in the US. It’s sold in the freezer section and then thawed before using. Hope this helps and hope you’re able to find it or make it. Enjoy!

  8. Our family is not a huge fan of Cool Whip. Would it be possible to make this with real whipped cream or do you think it might not freeze correctly and break down? Thanks so much.

    1. Hi Ro! I think real whipped cream would break down and/or be icy when frozen. You could try just mixing the crushed Oreos with melted butter so they come together to create the layers, similar to a chocolate cookie crust. Hope this helps. Enjoy!

  9. Thanks Maegan, I might just split the difference here: do the cookie crust you suggested on the bottom and go ahead and mix the second Oreo layer with Cool Whip. That way it would have the fluffy texture without the Cool Whip being so prominent. Thank you for your help.

  10. This is so good!! I have made it about 5 different times now. My husband requests it for every birthday we have in our house. 🙂 So easy and so good!

    1. Hi Mari! Yes, it should always be stored in the freezer except when serving since it’s made with ice cream. Enjoy!

  11. Looks very easy! I want to make this Oreo Ice Cream Pie but without using nuts. And tucked it in the freezer as my dessert inventory. Thank you very much!

  12. I made this for Easter using Frozen Custard from a local business and it was so delicious. Now getting request for it for all special occasions. Really want to try it with regular ice cream. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

    1. Hi Kate! You can use any equivalent size pan and just cut it right out of the pan. The nice thing about the spring-form pan is that you can remove the sides of the pan to slice it. Otherwise, any pan will do. Enjoy!

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