No Bake Oreo Icebox Cake Recipe #TwoSweetiePies

Three ingredients, a little stacking, and an overnight chill is all it takes to have an out of this world Oreo Icebox Cake for dessert!Oreo Icebox Cake | Minimal ingredients and effort to make this marvelous no-bake dessert

Oreo Icebox Cake

Oreos are a given at our house. They’re the go-to dessert when we’re out of my homemade treats, or gasp, when I’ve made something with nuts, mint, coconut or caramel. Double Stuf is the preferred variety, but the traditional Oreos will do. I had never purchased Oreo Thins before making this Oreo Icebox Cake, but they were readily available. All this recipe entails is arranging these svelte Oreos on a plate, topping them with billowy whipped cream and repeating. I sweetened my whipped cream slightly, but feel free to leave out the sugar as the Oreos will provide plenty of sweetness. The chief Oreo eater in the house gave this cake his hearty approval.Oreo Icebox Cake | Minimal ingredients and effort to make this marvelous no-bake dessert

Two Sweetie Pies

Thanks again to my lovely friend, Danielle, for another magnificent recipe! She is my go-to blogger for decadent treats. I promise you will love whatever you try from her blog!!! We share a recipe from each other’s sites every second Monday of the month.

Check out Danielle’s take on Oreo Ice Box Cake as well as her social media sites! Plus make sure to stop by her blog and check out which of my recipes she made this month, too.

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No Bake Oreo Icebox Cake Recipe
 
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A super easy no bake icebox cake with 3 ingredients. Adapted from Hugs & Cookies.
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Recipe type: Dessert, No Bake
Serves: 6-8 servings
Ingredients
  • 2 boxes Oreo Thins
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • ½ cup powdered sugar, sifted, optional
Instructions
  1. Beat the cream to soft peaks, adding sifted powdered sugar if desire.
  2. Arrange a layer of cookies on small, round cake plate, making a circle. I used 12 per layer.
  3. Spread or pipe on cream and repeat placing cookies in a circular pattern
  4. Chill overnight, then cut into slices and serve!
Notes
Total time does not include overnight chilling.

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Comments

  1. What a great idea!!!
    love

  2. I could see girls making this for a sleepover:@)

  3. my god…I wish I were younger and could simply dig into this heavenly cake without a 2nd thought on my waistline!

  4. What a creative way to use oreos! I haven’t had one in so many years, I can’t even recall the last time I had one! Did it slice neatly? Does the cream soften up the oreos so you can slice through easily? Looks like a fun dessert that kids can make too!

    • Hi, Eva,
      Yes, the Oreos soften up after a night in the refrigerator and it slices surprisingly well with a serrated knife. Not perfect slices, but good enough 🙂

  5. Ooooh I love your pick!!!! So funny we both chose an easier yet still delish recipe!!! 😘😘

  6. Hi Liz – simple and delicious! We have LOTS of OREO lovers at our house who would be delighted to have a slice of this on their dessert plate. Have a beautiful Easter week my friend!

  7. This is a perfect dessert for my grandson oreo is his favorite

  8. I had one of these planned for later this season, you beat me to it! I love Oreo Thins, they’re my fave ~ and your cake looks incredible!

  9. MARY H HIRSCH says:

    Michael Hirsch’s fave cookie: Oreos. And, that’s why I never became of competent cookie baker like you, Liz. He would have LOVED this dessert only he would have never gone for Oreo Thins. With him it would be All or Nothing. This does look pretty darn tasty, even I have to admit that.

  10. This is brilliant! Love all those oreos 🙂 I’ve never seen the thins but that would make me happy since I never loved the cream middle anyway – yummy!

  11. This is pretty dang perfect. Simple desserts are just the best! And Oreos. . .they’re just irresistible :). Have a great week, Liz!

  12. We have a similar ‘family recipe’ with chocolate wafers but they are much thinner and absobrs the moisture of the cream so cuts easily. Would love to see a slice cut from this cake! Look harder?

  13. What a fun cake! Would love to try this.

  14. Yummy! What a delicious treat, Liz! Perfect for me!

  15. This is such a great idea to make with kids- looks insanely good too! xo

  16. LOL Your first sentence made me laugh. Looks good…sure kids like this one.

  17. I love easy dessert like this one. This looks delicious and fun!!

  18. What a dreamy ice box cake! This is cookies and cream perfection 🙂

  19. This is just awesome! My family would totally love it!

  20. This icebox cake looks a little too good to be true! I don’t keep Oreos in my house, but this recipe makes me want to go out and buy 2 packs lol. I’ve never made an icebox cake.

  21. What a delightful looking dessert.

  22. This looks so simple to make and even more delicious to eat!

  23. So beautifully put together and sooo scrumptious looking…Since you’re using thin Oreos, it is less calories right?

  24. Winslet @Dianabol UK says:

    Wow what an beautiful and mouth watery cake it is. Most importantly it is prepared quickly without baking so there is no loop hole for cake to get burnt. It can be prepared any time. All the ingredients are available in my kitchen.

  25. Oreo Thins are a big hit at my house, both the original and the golden ones. I’ve also vowed to churn out more no-bake desserts this summer. This beauty just moved to the top of the list!

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