Oreo Ice Box Cake — (No Bake)

Oreo Ice Box Cake — (No Bake)
Summer is here and we had a surge of heat wave for a week where the temperature soared to 90s. I did plan to make icebox cake for a long time and decided to do on this uber hot day. However, I didn’t expect, it will be so difficult to take pictures. The moment I set my dish on the plate it started to melt, poor thing couldn’t stand the heat giving the literal meaning to the phrase “melt into a puddle”. Hey! Don’t come to conclusion with my pictures, try it, I guarantee you’ll like it.

Oreo Ice Box Cake — (No Bake)


  • Rocky road ice cream — as needed
  • Ice Cream sandwiches — 4 to 5 (I needed 4 as my ceramic pan was not wide enough to fit 5)
  • Oreo cookies — 12 (crushed with 1/4 cup reserved for topping)
  • Hot fudge or caramel sauce topping — 1/2 jar (I used caramel sauce)
  • Reddi-whip or whipped cream — 1 can (optional)


  1. Line 9″x5″ loaf pan with plastic wrap(I used a ceramic tiramisu pan), leaving some wrap hanging along the sides.
  2. Soften ice cream by leaving them out on the counter for few minutes. This will help in spreading them easily. Spread about 1/2 inch thick layer in the bottom of the pan. Using a knife push the ice cream to all corners and smooth the top to get an even layer.
  3. Add ice cream sandwiches on top of the rocky road and press to make sure they are set tightly.
  4. Pour hot fudge or caramel sauce on top of the ice cream sandwich and spread evenly with a knife. Now add crushed oreo cookies on top of the sauce, reserve 1/4 for the final topping.
  5. Add another layer of rocky road ice cream and fold the hanging plastic wrap to cover the pan. Place the pan in freezer for 4 hours or more to set.
  6. When ready to serve, take the pan out of the freezer and remove the entire cake by lifting the plastic wrap and place the cake on a serving platter. Top off with whipped cream and remaining crushed oreos. Enjoy!!!



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Eva Rosenberg

Eva Rosenberg

Welcome to Eva's Kitchen where I share my adventures in cooking. My creations may not always turn out Pinterest perfect, but I usually end up with a funny picture or an interesting meal. Thanks for stopping by!


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