Quick + Easy Frozen Oreo Dessert - Kailee Wright
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Quick + Easy Frozen Oreo Dessert

Does your family have one of those go-to favorite desserts? The kind you whip up for everything from fun family game nights to neighborhood bbqs and everything in between? For us this frozen Oreo dessert is for sure our go-to! It takes almost no time to throw together, can be prepped ahead, and is something your kids will die over! All the details on how to prep our favorite frozen oreo dessert and what ingredients you need are below!

oreo mud pie dessert

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oreo mud pie dessert


1 package of Oreos (you could use any flavor you like, or stick to the original)

1/2 gallon of ice cream (again you could use any flavor you like, or stick to vanilla)

small jar of hot fudge (or if you are feeling fancy, make your own)


Take your ice cream out of the freezer so it can start to soften a little bit. While that is softening, put your Oreos in a gallon sized plastic bag and crush them into small chunks. Layer about 1/2 of your oreos on the bottom of your 9×13 glass pan. Next, put a layer of softened ice cream over the Oreos. Now take your hot fudge and layer as much as you want over the ice cream. **I DO NOT have it heated up to avoid melting the ice cream.** Once you have your hot fudge drizzled over the ice cream, add your remaining crushed Oreos on the top. Pop it in the freezer until hardened again and you are ready to serve.

One thing I love about this recipe besides how delicious it is, is that it is so customizable. Like I mentioned you could swap out for different flavors of Oreos or ice cream. You could also switch it up and use a different chocolate like Reese’s or even fruit like strawberries! We hope you love it as much as we do!

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Hope you enjoy! It would be the perfect dish for your friends and families during Christmas break! Another one of our favorite holiday desserts are these snowball cookies! Tag me on your Instagram story if you end up making either of these!

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