Oreo Fudge Crust

Love Dairy Queen ice cream cakes? Me too. That’s why I wanted to find a way to make my own chocolate crust for ice cream cake. Using Magic Shell creates a more crunchy crust if that’s what you’re looking for. In my household I have to avoid coconut oil, so I instead use straight fudge topping. Not as crunchy, but just as chocolatey good.

~ Theresa

What you need:

Oreo fudge crust


  • 10-15 chocolate sandwich cookies (homemade or 1 sleeve store-bought)
  • 11.5 oz fudge topping or 7.25 oz Magic Shell chocolate sauce


  • food processor or rolling pin and ziploc bag
  • mixing bowl

Time: 5 minutes

Freezeable: Yes

Serves: Makes enough for one 9-inch pie plate or springform pan

Multiplying the recipe: Yes, the recipe can be doubled, but be careful dividing the crust to keep them even.

Oreo Fudge Crust:

Pulse cookies in a food processor or crush them with a rolling pin. In a mixing bowl, mix crushed cookies and the fudge (or Magic Shell).

Press into pie pan. Fill with your favorite filling! Try this ice cream cake.

Oreo fudge crust

Oreo fudge crust

1 Response to Oreo Fudge Crust

  1. Pingback: How to Build Your Own Ice Cream Cakes | Cooking for the Fam

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