Cookies n’ Cream Oreo Fudge Ice Cream

Cookies n’ Cream Oreo Fudge Ice Cream – Oreo lovers will go absolutely nuts for this fudge-swirled cookies n’ cream ice cream! No machine needed!


You know what’s a bad idea?

Photographing the best ice cream you’ve ever tasted in your life on an empty stomach right around lunch time.

Not my best moment folks. Well, not my best as far as wise, healthy, responsible grown-up moments go. But possibly one of my most enjoyable guilty pleasure moments.

Yeah……. this stuff is good.


I’m talking ohhhh my gosh I think I might die if I don’t have another bite right this instant good.  I’ve had a lot of ice cream in my day, a lot of ice cream, but I am telling you right now... this, is one of the most amazing ice creams I’ve ever had the pleasurable misfortune of coming in contact with.

I only say misfortune because I have not one lick of self control with ice cream. And when we’re discussing the top ten ice creams of my life….

There’s just no hope for me.


Can you believe this stuff doesn’t even require a machine?? Of course, I’m pretty obsessed with my Kitchenaide ice cream maker, don’t get me wrong. But sometimes I just don’t feel like taking the bowl out of the freezer, attaching it to the stand mixer, waiting for it to churn slowwwwwwly……

Sometimes I just wanna stick it  in the freezer before I go to bed and have incredibly creamy, fudgey, cookie-stuffed ice cream waiting for me the next day.

I’m gonna do you a huge favor here and offer you some sound advice. Add every last drop of that hot fudge sauce to the ice cream. Every. Last. Drop. Because you will find yourself digging through the container looking for the most fudge-laden scoops of ice cream to add to your sky-high dessert bowl. So save yourself a lot of agony and wishes for more fudge. Just pour the whole stinking jar in and call it good.

And please, rather than try to test your will power by facing a serving of this ice cream on a famished stomach, have a sandwich or something first. Take it from me.


Cookies n' Cream Oreo Fudge Ice Cream

Oreo lovers will go absolutely nuts for this fudge-swirled cookies n' cream ice cream! The best part? No machine needed! Just mix it up, freeze it, and you've got a bowl-full of frozen Oreo heaven!
Course Dessert
Keyword chocolate, ice cream, oreo
Prep Time 10 minutes
Freezing Time 10 hours
Servings 2 quarts
Author Tiffany


  • 1 quart half and half
  • 1 pint heavy cream
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1 large box Oreo cookies n' cream instant pudding mix
  • 12 oreos, crushed or roughly chopped
  • 1 jar hot fudge topping (or about 1 cup homemade fudge sauce)


  • In a large bowl combine half n' half, cream, vanilla, and sugar. Mix until sugar is dissolved. Mix in pudding mix until no longer lumpy. Stir in crushed oreos.
  • Pour ice cream into 2 or 3 shallow containers. Heat fudge sauce until pourable. Pour into ice cream containers and swirl gently with a knife. Cover and freeze overnight or 24 hours for deeper containers.


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Okay, seriously. You have a gift for food photography.
This is only the 2nd post I’ve looked at of yours and it has me drooling too 😉

    Ha, thank you so much! I’ve worked so hard on my photography, I can’t tell you how much it means to hear you say that!!

I don’t know how you kept from eating any while photographing this! It looks so utterly delicious. Your photos are gorgeous as well.

    Oh my gosh I didn’t! Seriously, this was my lunch, ha!!

I saw this on Tastespotting and had to come over. Unlike you, ice cream is not my go-to snack, but your recipe and pictures make this look insanely good. Pinned to try and following on G+.

This looks amazing. Very very good job with the photography.
Love your blog as well.. Cheers!
Ice 🙂

I was wondering if it would still work if I put it all into one big container and froze for 24hours?

    I can’t promise how long it will take to freeze completely but you can definitely freeze it in one big container. 🙂

Hi, I just came across this post on Pinterest and I was wondering, do you have to heat all these ingredients in a sauce pan, or do you just combine them in a mixing bowl?

    You just combine – no heating required!

So I made this and it was super delicious! BUT! It got pretty icy. Do you have any tips or recommendations to avoid it, did yours get icy? I stored it in low flat shallow containers!! Thanks!! 🙂

    Ah, this ice cream will be the death of me – I can’t stop eating it!! As for any icy texture, I haven’t had that issue before so I really can’t say for sure… were your containers & lids airtight?

Can you make this in an icecream machine?

    I haven’t made this recipe in an ice cream machine, but it should probably work! I can’t guarantee it though because I haven’t tried it myself.

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