Oreo Ice Cream Cakes -no ice cream maker needed- @katrinaskitchen

You didn’t think that I would let America’s favorite cookie turn 100 without a little shout out from me, did you? Children and adults alike have been twisting, licking, and dunking since March 6th, 1912. As you know, Oreo has been celebrating with a special birthday cake flavored cookie. These cookies smell amazing when you open the pack; I could have opened it and closed it all day long but thankfully for everyone I was able to move on.

Oreo Ice Cream Cakes -no ice cream maker needed- @katrinaskitchen

Can you even believe that I made my own ice cream? I mean, that is so empowering. It’s like eating a salad made from your own garden. Except a lot less healthy. And sadly, you can’t grow Oreos. Seriously though, homemade ice cream- you should try it sometime. I had seen recipes that you make without an ice cream-maker but I was a little hesitant. That is until I saw Shelly do it. The girl has never been wrong yet so I thought I would give it a try.

Oreo Ice Cream Cakes -no ice cream maker needed- @katrinaskitchen

Oreo has been so good to you for 100 years. You owe it to those little cream filled wafers to celebrate this milestone. Make it today and eat it tonight!

Please trust me that you don’t need any special equipment besides your mixer. To make four mini ice cream cakes I used 6 inch springform pans. Feel free to just pour it into a plastic container and freeze if you don’t have mini springform pans. I am including the recipe here but I would encourage you to head over to Cookies and Cups to see Shelly’s tutorial. It has lots of pretty pictures for those of us who are visual like that. Bonus: learn how to make S’mores Ice Cream. Hello!?!

Oreo Ice Cream Cakes -no ice cream maker needed- @katrinaskitchen

Oreo Birthday Ice Cream Cakes from @KatrinasKitchen

Oreo Ice Cream Cakes Recipe

Haomemade Oreo ice cream cakes using only 4 ingredients- no ice cream maker required


  • 2 Cups heavy whipping cream
  • 1 14oz can sweetened condensed milk
  • 10 Oreos, coarsely chopped
  • ¼ Cup frosting, tinted blue if desired


  • In your mixer use the whisk attachment to whip the cream until stiff peaks form (2-3 minutes, maybe less depending on how powerful your mixer is). When you pull the whisk from the cream you don’t really want it oozing off.
  • Fold in the sweetened condensed milk until combined.
  • Add Oreos and frosting.
  • Transfer to 4 mini springform pans or a plastic container. Freeze 6 hours until firm or overnight.
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