No Churn Oreo Ice Cream

Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!

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Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!When I was a kid, my favorite ice cream flavor was Oreo.  Not Cookies ‘n’ Cream.  Oreo.  My recipe for Oreo Ice Cream was easy.  Let a couple scoops of vanilla ice cream sit in a bowl for a few minutes until they were kinda soft.  Add a couple Oreos on top.  Use your spoon to crush the Oreos and then stir ’em into the ice cream.  It used to drive my Dad crazy that I’d spend all that time creating my perfect dessert.  Sorry, Dad!  What can I say?  Crushed up Oreos in ice cream is a childhood rite of passage.

Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!I’m not gonna lie.  I still enjoy crushing Oreo cookies into my vanilla ice cream.  I tried explaining this to Robbie the other day, but he couldn’t quite understand why I’d crush up an otherwise perfectly fine Oreo cookie.  So that’s when I decided to take the bull by the horns.  I needed to make Oreo ice cream.  I took it one step further and made a No Churn Oreo Ice Cream.  After all, it’s summer.  There are soccer balls to be kicked, baseballs to be hit and frisbees to be lost in the bushes outside.  I needed something quick and easy to make so I could go back outside to search for that frisbee.

Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!No Churn Oreo Ice Cream

This No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is super easy to make!  I have no problem pulling out the ice cream maker, but it does require a bit of forethought to freeze the ice cream bowl overnight.  This No Churn Oreo Ice Cream requires less forethought.  You just have to be patient while the ice cream freezes for several hours.  (Tip: Make this ice cream in the morning – it’s easy – and then it’ll be ready for a late afternoon snack or evening dessert!)

Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!Have you ever made no churn ice cream?  It’s simple!  In fact, it requires just 3 ingredients…4 if you count the crushed-up Oreos.  (An Oreo or two might’ve disappeared as I was crushing ’em up to mix into this ice cream.  Oops.)  No churn ice cream will not get as hard as traditional ice cream.  In fact, you’ll find that it’s perfectly scoopable straight out of the freezer.  Just scoop it out, top it with a few more Oreos for good measure and you’re on your way!

Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!If you’ve never made a batch of no churn ice cream before, then be prepared for some good times!  No churn ice cream is creamy and smooth, and this is one perfect heck of a dessert for hot summer days!  Just make sure to have extra Oreos on hand…you know, in case some of them go “missing.”  Enjoy!

Did you make a batch of this No Churn Oreo Ice Cream at home?  Leave a comment, or better yet snap a photo and tag me on Instagram (@Spicedblog) so I can see your version!

Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!

No Churn Oreo Ice Cream

Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!
5 from 11 votes
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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Freezing Time: 6 hours
Total Time: 6 hours 5 minutes
Servings: 8 servings
Calories: 422kcal



  • Pour heavy cream into a large bowl. Using an electric mixer, whip heavy cream until soft peaks form (~1-2 minutes on high speed).
  • Add vanilla extract and sweetened condensed milk; continue whipping until stiff peaks form.
  • Using a spatula, fold in crushed Oreo cookies.
  • Transfer mixture into a freezer-safe container. Cover and freeze until ice cream is solid (5-6 hours).

Looking for an easy and delicious summer dessert?  This creamy No Churn Oreo Ice Cream is sure to be a family favorite!

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  1. 5 stars
    Our weather has been pretty decent so far David. I was just saying in a comment on a previous recipe of yours that I’ve already had the BBQ out twice this year. And here in Scotland, more than once is a record! So if the summer carries on like this I’m definitely looking for more summer desserts too. Especially ones like this oreo ice cream. YUM!

    1. Yes! I love that you’ve gotten the grill out twice already. *high five for that* I’m all about grilling and summer desserts…and I have to say that this no-churn ice cream is one heck of an awesome summer dessert. Cheers, my friend!

  2. 5 stars
    I’m all about easy desserts in the summer and no churn ice cream is THE BEST! I love the addition of Oreos! (Honestly, is there anything Oreos don’t make significantly better?) Have a great week, David!

  3. 5 stars
    I never made a no-chrun ice cream and like you said like me pulling out the ice cream maker is the problem, lazy to get them and clean them, so havent made some for a while. Now that you gave me an inspiration plus an easy way to make one, then I think I will whip up some for tomorrow.

    1. I’m with ya on the ice cream maker. I don’t mind pulling it out, but you have to plan in advance and then clean it up, too. This no-churn version is much easier! I highly recommend it, my friend! 🙂

  4. 5 stars
    Yay! I love a no-churn icecream, and I am a huge fan of a condensed milk/cream base. But, I have never added Oreos to mine before and this has to change!!!! Delicious 🙂

    1. Yup, Oreos make everything better! Try crumbling/crushing some cookies up into your ice cream, Alex – it’s a game changer!

  5. that’s funny. i was just reading another blogger’s post about cherry no-churn ice cream! i guess it’s the weather for it up your way – i.e. northern hemisphere:) i tried some red velvet oreos recently; they left my mouth soooo red. goodness knows how much colouring was in them…

    1. It definitely is ice cream weather up here – we’re hot and humid these days. But hey I’ll gladly take that over the bitterly cold, snowy days of winter! I’ve seen the red velvet Oreos in the store, but I didn’t try them. I guess I’m just a sucker for the original ones – either that or the Vanilla ones. Those are SO good! 🙂

    1. No-churn ice cream really is simple and delicious. I’m hooked on it! And adding in the crumbled up Oreos? That makes this one extra tasty! 🙂 Thanks, Dawn!

  6. 5 stars
    I love that you made your own Oreo ice cream when you were little, David. Cookies and Cream is a favorite in our house and I love how yours is loaded with Oreos – looks fantastic!

    1. Oh, that “homemade Oreo ice cream” when I was a kid was the best! It took some work to get the ice cream to be the perfect consistency, but it tasted SO good. Honestly, this version reminded me of it – and it’s a no-churn, too!

  7. I love no churn ice creams! Especially since I sold my ice cream maker! 🙂
    I usually make a dairy free version with coconut condensed milk and full fat coconut milk! And guess what? Oreos are dairy free!!!! So I can stop drooling and make a dairy free version of what you have here! Though it’s gonna be hard to not stop and uncream those Oreos first!

    1. What!? You sold your ice cream maker?? Shashi!! Ok, I guess I can get over that since no-churn ice creams are super delicious (and easy). Wait. Oreos are dairy-free? That’s awesome! That means you can make a dairy-free version of this no-churn ice cream. Perhaps you can beetify it, too? (Hah – just kidding!)

  8. 5 stars
    I must admit oreo cookies aren’t my favourite kind of cookies – they’re way too sweet and bland (I taste only sugar!) Still, I buy them once or twice a year (Especially to try some seasonal flavours), just to verify I’m still not a huge fan 🙂 Also, cookie ice cream/cookie dough ice cream won’t be my first choice either. But interestingly I don’t mind – and sometimes even crave – oreo ice cream. Somehow they are so much better when combined with ice cream. Strange, right? So, I totally approve this recipe. Besides it just looks so delicious!

    1. So I’m not a huge fan of the seasonal flavors, but I do enjoy the classic Oreo. And mix up some crumbled Oreos in ice cream? So good! Although I bet you could crumble up your favorite cookie in here instead, Ben. I can say that speculoos (Biscoff) also work quite well here.

  9. 5 stars
    Yummo!!! I’ve only made no churn ice cream once. I can’t even remember if I liked it. But, you’ve inspired me to try it again. Although Oreos are available here, you’d choke if you had to pay the price. But, I’ve a Swedish cookie in mind that’s a crispy oatmeal with a chocolate topping.
    You know I used to crush Wopper chocolate malt balls and mix them in my vanilla ice cream.

    1. Awesome! I’ve only made no-churn ice cream a handful of times myself, however I must say that this vanilla version is going up pretty high on the list. And mixing in the crushed Oreos? That’s a childhood heaven! I know what you mean about imported grocery prices – the same goes here for things that are probably common to you. I can say that crushed up speculoos (Biscoff) go really well in this ice cream, too. I know from personal experience!

      Also, I made a malted ice cream (regular, not no-churn) years ago with malt powder and crushed Whoppers. I wonder if I can transform that into a no-churn version? Me thinks yes!

  10. 5 stars
    I’ve never actually crushed Oreos into my ice cream but you’ve totally sold it to me, David. (The mouthwatering photos also help.) I am sure my kids would go crazy for this – although I imagine a few more than a couple of Oreo cookies might disappear in the making of this recipe! Delish!

    1. Ok, so you totally need to put “Crush up Oreos in soft ice cream” on your to-do list, Katerina! 🙂 And making a few of the Oreos disappear in the process is part of the fun…haha.

  11. I don’t know what it is about Oreos, but they’re so good. I’d have a hard time making this ice cream, because I’m sure I’d eat all the Oreos right away. I think I’ll focus on your genius childhood method.

    1. I’m with ya, Jeff. I shouldn’t admit this about a package of store-bought cookies, but Oreos are really good! Plus, they taste amazing when crushed up in ice cream.

  12. 5 stars
    Ok, so it’s Friday, it’s supposed to be sunny outside and this recipe is just perfect!! I love Oreo too, so I can totally understand why you’d want to create the perfect dessert as a kid with them by crushing up into ice-cream! I’m definitely gonna need at least 3 scoops of this one 😉 Happy weekend!! Pinned!

    1. Yes! We’re having the same weather here, Dawn. A nice sunny day. Hot but not too hot. I’m thinking a bowl of Oreo Ice Cream could be in order for later today. I don’t have any in the freezer, but the good news is this recipe is super easy. Hope you have an awesome weekend ahead, my friend!

    1. Hah! I’m not sure crushing Oreos into vanilla ice cream makes me a foodie. 🙂 However, I’ll take it! I’ve always loved food, and I’ve always loved making different recipes, too. This is a silly easy recipe, but it’s SO good!

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